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Can't install KB929547

When I clicked on your solution, I get "web page cannot be displayed" I have been trying all night to install the above patch so I can install the free AVG 8 edition without success. I get the error message 0x8007000d, data is invalid. I would really like to see your remedy if you can help. Thanks.

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  • shadygrovefa Jul 17, 2008

    I couldn't get rid of the previous download as it didn't show up on the programs list--or is there somewhere else I should look (I don't know much about computers). I ran the windows defender & adaware to check for malware & didn't find any. I use AVG 7.5 (free) as my antivirus & am trying to upgrade to the 8 (free) as they told me to as they will not support 7.5 much longer. After I download the patch, I get to the page that says "thank you for downloading KB929547", etc. but instead of seeing the file box they say you should, I get the 0x8007000d error & data invalid box.

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Http://www.microsoft.com/DownLoads/details.aspx?familyid=101BA074-12C1-46B3-8AF6-159AFEE195B9&displaylang=en

All right, let's try this again ! Sorry that other link appears to have broken. This should lead you to the Microsoft downloads page...you will first have to validate, then you should be able to download the fix.

Now, on to the data is invalid issue. It seems like the patch you have may have been corrupted. Try to redownload, and apply a new patch, and see if that works.

There doesn't seem to be a lot of info out there on your particular issue, so we may have to wing it to start with. A possible cause of this, so you know, may be some kind of malware already on your pc. Are you installing AVG to get rid of something ? Or just for protection ?

Anyway, try getting rid of the earlier download ( use add/remove) and redownloading the kb fix. If that doesn't work, then we'll go from there.

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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