0x80248015 update error

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Bob, Jun 15, 2005.

  1. Bob

    Bob Guest

    Does anyone have any idea how to correct this update error? It occurs when
    automatic update attempts an update. Any ideas would be appreciated.
     
    Bob, Jun 15, 2005
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    pdlo269dl Guest

    message Error number: 0x80248015 i found NO help with this, i think it has
    to do with security certificate validation. failure of the home pc to be
    authenticated is viewed by the home pc as a probelm of the security
    certificates of the site it is attempting to contact. isn't there an index
    of references?
     
    pdlo269dl, Aug 23, 2005
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  3. Try a search?

    http://docxp.mvps.org/WU5-ERR.htm

    (MSN search for
    0x80248015
    )


    <quote>
    0x80248015 -2145091563 SUS E DS SERVICEEXPIRED the caller has requested a service whose registration has expired

    </quote>


    Is your computer's date correct? <eg>


    HTH

    Robert Aldwinckle
    ---
     
    Robert Aldwinckle, Aug 23, 2005
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    biobrasil Guest

    just update the date/time and it will work.

    for nothing.

    brazilian guy.
     
    biobrasil, Oct 7, 2005
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    Jertsh Guest

    Thank You Robert because I was on with a tech from Microsoft and never
    checked the year above the time and noticed it said year 2150. I'll change it
    and see if it helps
     
    Jertsh, Nov 30, 2005
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    Vrainchek Guest

    I tried the other solutions, but found my computer's date was somehow set to
    2120. When that was corrected, all the security updates loaded properly.
    THANKS! In a big way.
    -- Jim
     
    Vrainchek, Jan 11, 2006
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    Scott Guest

    I've found that the computer's year was set to 8006. Once that was changed
    to 2006, the updates proceeded to work as normal, plus iTunes worked.

    Thanks for the write up.
    Scott
     
    Scott, Sep 20, 2006
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    vmguy Guest

    I just got the same error; my year was set to 2065.
    I viewed the EventLog to see what happened as the year changed.
    It was a reboot ... and the reboot was to run Gibson's SpinRite program.
    I'll follow up with them to see if there is an issue with date changing.
    Sure did screw up a lot of things, not just MS Update :)
     
    vmguy, Nov 7, 2006
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    me Guest

    wow that was very simple !!! my date was set on 2015 . this thing made go
    crazy i was tryin every thing . thanx
     
    me, Mar 15, 2007
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    Anthony Guest

    Happy Holidays our date was set for 2008


     
    Anthony, Dec 25, 2007
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    vmguy Guest

    Microsoft Update has so many sand traps, it's hard to keep up with them all.
    So here's a suggestion ... why don't they check the computer date in the
    ActiveX code that interfaces to the Update site?

    It sure would save all of us a heap of trouble.
     
    vmguy, Dec 26, 2007
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  12. Yes, why should people know what date it is ? Microsoft should tell them
    and also tell them what time it is ... in fact, Microsoft should also
    provide a calendar with significant dates already circled.
    MS should also inform people when their bills are due.
    They can do that, right ?

    OK, why stop there ? MS should tell folks who to vote for, provide
    directions when folks are driving, tell them when they're low on petrol,
    choose a mate for them, ad infinitum.
    Why should Folks be responsible for anything when Microsoft can be their
    Big Daddy ?
    Makes sense to me ...

    MowGreen [MVP 2003-2008]
    ===============
    *-343-* FDNY
    Never Forgotten
    ===============
     
    MowGreen [MVP], Dec 26, 2007
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    vmguy Guest

    My goodness, you are an idiot. Santa didn't bring you the toys you wanted?

    Why the hell should I be checking the date on my system?
    I expect it to be kept in sync, especially when I've told Windows to keep
    it sync'd with an external source.

    You're an "MVP" .... please, god ... don't let me ever achive this level of
    sophistication.

    Just in case you missed it, idiot, the reason for Microsoft ActiveX client
    to check the date is because their stupid updates are sensitive to such stuff.

    I can still pay my bills without the assistance of Microsoft,
    (or valuable assistance from dim-bulbs like you).



     
    vmguy, Dec 28, 2007
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    seemonie Guest

    Man! U saved my life BIG TIME! Thank u 4 helping me with the date thing, it
    said 18005!?!? :Q Thanks Again!
     
    seemonie, Feb 16, 2008
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    resul Guest

     
    resul, Mar 16, 2008
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    Bindy Guest

    i would have never checked my year to fix this problem. thank you!
     
    Bindy, Apr 7, 2008
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    Rick Guest

    Robert, check your computer date, especially the year. I have this problem
    lots and somehow my computer date changes. Not sure why the year changes but
    every time I have problems with updates or certificates I find my year has
    changed.

    Rick
     
    Rick, Dec 1, 2008
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    Anthony09 Guest

    Thanks Rick this worked and is so easy to overlook. The date issue can play
    havock with other software as well. Especially trialware :)
     
    Anthony09, Jan 4, 2009
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    Bash Guest

    excuse me , i have tried to set my clock and date of the computer , im 100%
    sure that im right but it just doesnt work , same error "0x80248015" please
    any other suggestions ?
    Windows : xp Sp 2
     
    Bash, Nov 22, 2009
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