Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
I would agree with Solution 1. If you can't get HIS way working, go to Microsoft Online Downloads.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
I wondered the same until I had loaded all available updates, including optional ones (but I don't know if that last was necessary). Then "voila" SP1 was shown as an available update! You can manually download the SP1 from the update site, but this is a 400+ Mb download. Give it a try. Download and install all available updates (this may take several inspections and installs [each probably requiring a reboot in between] so persevere). Don't think that because you have installed all the (visually) available updates that you have in fact installed ALL the updates, some require a previous update be installed before the next update is identified. This is probably what happens with SP1. Good luck
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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To resolve Windows Update error 8000FFFF, try the following steps:
1) Launch REGEDIT
2) Go into HKLM\COMPONENTS, and check if these three values exist under the COMPONENTS key:
3) Providing they do exist, back up the Components key, then delete the three above values.
4) Restart the computer, and Windows Update should now be working fine.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions
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