I trying to update the windows of my desktop, but the only result im getting is Error number: 0x8007000B. If there is anyone out there who knows how to solve this kind of computer problem, im begging you co'z i really need your help, please help me.......
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Re: DELL Optiplex GX 270 windows update failure
please try this solution that i search in the net:
"Reboot the computer. If you have a 3rd party firewall, disable it after enabling the Windows Firewall: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=283673 Disable any pop up stoppers. Disable any anti spyware. Disable and download accelerators. Disable your anti virus.
Otherwise follow the Windows Update Checklist: http://www3.telus.net/dandemar/updtcl.htm"
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Is your windows updates disabled? Is your anti virus up to date? Do you have a Malware program, updated? If you do not have MALWAREBYTES download and install :http://www.filehippo.com/download_malwarebytes_anti_malware/ Run a FULL SCAN, may take hours, depends on HDD size. Delete ALL RESULTS. I don't know your OS? Vista? win7? 32? 64? Her is a standalone windows update for both 32/64:
Have you tried pressing F8 as the computer is booting? Press it repeatidly as the computer starts. If the computer is not that far gone you should get a Multi-options menu-choose safe mode, then post back after you get into safemode. Post back if you cannot get onto safe modeand let me know the results
Did you mean for MSI Installer (window Installer)??
First take all updates from Microsoft then it will be automatically install or repaired.
Let me know clearly if you getting error in any application.
Hi there. My name is Alex and Im here to help solve your problem
First of all, AVG has always had a problem installing when windows updates are enabled and download and install automatically. I would recommend uninstalling all updates that have been installed to your computer and disable automatic updates which I will explain to you below
To uninstall the updates.
Click start, settings and click control panel.
On the icon add and remove programs, please double click
You will now see all the programs and updates installed on your computer. The microsoft updates are located near to the bottom of the list and there may be a lot of them installed. You can only uninstall one update at a time. You may be prompted that uninstalling a windows update may cause a program not to work properly, this is normal so you can continue uninstalling them. When you have uninstalled these updates please restart your computer.
To disable the automatic updates
Right click on your icon My computer or My pc which is located on the desktop or on the start menu (if you are running windows xp) and select properties
You will then see a sub menu called 'Automatic updates' and inside this menu you will have the choice to disable the updates
If you are using windows xp and you have system restore enabled on your computer, then you will be able to take the computer back to an earlier time when it was working correctly. Please save all documents first to insure that nothing will be lost if you decide to do a 'system restore'. There is a very friendly wizard to help you restore your computer. You can get to the system restore by clicking start, programs, accesories, system tools and selecting system restore.
Regarding your problem about your desktop disappearing, to restore your icons on the desktop, right click anywhere on the desktop and select organise icons and be sure that the heading 'show desktop icons' is ticked. This will restore your desktop items
Last of all try installing AVG, if you still experience problems with this issue, then please let me know. Im happy to help