Error code 8007000B when trying to install updates

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by arf011, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. arf011

    arf011 Guest

    I am running Vista Ultimate and I cannot install any updates. It fails and
    gives this error code.
     
    arf011, Feb 3, 2007
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  2. arf011

    bloomcat Guest

    Same here, been in touch with tech support 2 times, the first time, he
    was "perplexed", and couldnt resovle the issue. Second time, got an
    email from someone higher up the food chain, he asked for all kinds of
    info such as my Windows update log, and sys config info. He gave me a
    list of stuff to try, but none of it worked, so I sent the stuff to
    him and I'm still waiting. Been just over 24 hours now. Will keep ya
    posted if they fix it.
     
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  3. arf011

    arf011 Guest

    Thanks so much. Yeah I have searched all over for this error and have not
    found it any place.
     
    arf011, Feb 3, 2007
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  4. So, why not post those suggestions for the OP?
    They may work for someone else too.

    Has your support person given you more details about your error?
    Just because you have the same error code as the OP doesn't mean
    that you have the same problem, especially with this code:

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

    <quote>
    0x8007000B -2147024885 COR E BADIMAGEFORMAT
    The format of the DLL or executable being loaded is invalid
    </quote>


    E.g. are you both failing for the same .dll or for a different one?
    Same component at least? Etc.


    Post better details if you want more help.


    Good luck

    Robert Aldwinckle
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    Robert Aldwinckle, Feb 3, 2007
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  5. arf011

    arf011 Guest

    - EventData

    errorCode 0x8007000b
    updateTitle Hold Em Poker Game
    updateGuid {81F44A10-0212-4BC6-8E46-F9A41BD4275D}
    updateRevisionNumber 104

    - EventData

    errorCode 0x8007000b
    updateTitle BitLocker and EFS enhancements
    updateGuid {52F3A8F9-A3DB-4D6C-90AB-0EE0AA6D198D}
    updateRevisionNumber 102

    Here are the errors that I see in the event log.

    Thanks,
    Alan

     
    arf011, Feb 4, 2007
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  6. arf011

    chrisminett Guest

    Yes, please post any fixes you have, this problem is driving me crazy. And I
    think it might also be manifesting itself elsewhere, as I can't alter the
    installed Windows features (Control Panel --> Programs and Features --> Turn
    Windows features on or off), I can select and deselect items as I wish, but
    the installer errors when the progress bar is almost complete.

    The worrying thing is, at the same time as trying to do the Windows updates,
    or alter the Windows features, there are multiple errors in the system event
    log saying "The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable.
    Please reun the chkdsk utility...." for my system drive, sometimes reffering
    to it by it's letter, sometimes by the volume name. I should point out that
    this is not a drive as such, but two in a RAID 1 array, using my
    motherboard's nForce4 SATA RAID controller. A few times, these errors are
    later followed by a warning "The file system structure on volume (name) has
    now been repaired." But I am now used to seeing chkdsk run when booting the
    PC in the morning!

    Hope someone can offer some insight here!

    Regards,
    Chris Minett

     
    chrisminett, Feb 5, 2007
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  7. ....

    Can you translate that into a .dll or .exe?
    E.g. try to find instances of it in the registry
    and any associated .dll


    Alternatively you may get some clues about the module involved
    by running ProcMon (Process Monitor, now being distributed from TechNet.)


    Good luck

    Robert
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    Robert Aldwinckle, Feb 5, 2007
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  8. arf011

    stb Guest

    I have the same thing. Most of the windows updates are failing and I can't
    turn Windows Features on and off. Has MS tech support responded to this yet?

     
    stb, Feb 7, 2007
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  9. arf011

    Kim Nyberg Guest

    Same problem here. I only experience it on my laptop though (32-bit Vista
    Ultimate),
    my 64-bit Vista Ultimate desktop at work has no problems, neither does my
    32-bit
    Vista Ultimate desktop at home. This is driving me nuts ...

    Some relevant log lines (trying to apply KB930857):

    2007-02-07 09:38:34:535 1168 1240 AU AU received approval from Ux for 1
    updates
    2007-02-07 09:38:34:535 1168 1240 AU AU setting pending client directive to
    'Progress Ux'
    2007-02-07 09:38:34:964 1168 1240 AU BeginInteractiveInstall invoked for
    Download
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:006 1168 1240 AU Auto-approving update for download,
    updateId = {78B3CE90-3AE6-48EC-ACFF-B3AAE709DCCD}.100, ForUx=1, IsOwnerUx=1,
    HasDeadline=0, IsMinor=0
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:006 1168 1240 AU Auto-approved 1 update(s) for download
    (for Ux)
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:008 1168 1240 AU UpdateDownloadProperties: 1 download(s)
    are still in progress.
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:008 1168 1240 Agent Setting download properties on call
    BC9AF914-436E-4FB0-B6C8-8223A7699638: priority=1, interactive=0, owner is
    system=1, proxy settings=1, proxy session id=1
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:191 1168 1240 DtaStor Update service properties: service
    registered with AU is {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:192 1168 1240 DtaStor Update service properties: service
    registered with AU is {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:192 1168 1240 AU #############
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:192 1168 1240 AU ## START ## AU: Download updates
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:205 1168 1240 AU #########
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:205 1168 1240 AU # Approved updates = 1
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:210 1168 350 DnldMgr *********** DnldMgr: New download
    job [UpdateId = {16692806-E9C8-41FC-B883-43D125769021}.100] ***********
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:210 1168 350 DnldMgr * Update is not allowed to
    download due to regulation.
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:264 1168 1240 AU AU initiated download, updateId =
    {78B3CE90-3AE6-48EC-ACFF-B3AAE709DCCD}.100, callId =
    {4A3D741F-FCE1-45C2-A7FE-C0CEF32CEF1F}
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:264 1168 1240 AU Setting AU scheduled install time to
    2007-02-08 01:00:00
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:340 1168 1240 AU # Pending download calls = 2
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:340 1168 1240 AU <<## SUBMITTED ## AU: Download updates
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:482 1168 350 DnldMgr *************
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:482 1168 350 DnldMgr ** START ** DnldMgr: Downloading
    updates [CallerId = AutomaticUpdates]
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:483 1168 350 DnldMgr *********
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:483 1168 350 DnldMgr * Call ID =
    {4A3D741F-FCE1-45C2-A7FE-C0CEF32CEF1F}
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:483 1168 350 DnldMgr * Priority = 3, Interactive = 1,
    Owner is system = 1, Explicit proxy = 0, Proxy session id = 1, ServiceId =
    {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:483 1168 350 DnldMgr * Updates to download = 1
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:483 1168 350 Agent * Title = Update for Windows
    Vista (KB930857)
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:483 1168 350 Agent * UpdateId =
    {78B3CE90-3AE6-48EC-ACFF-B3AAE709DCCD}.100
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:484 1168 350 Agent * Bundles 1 updates:
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:484 1168 350 Agent *
    {9E18D463-1862-4636-9461-EED74D92CE73}.100
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:487 1168 350 DtaStor Update service properties: service
    registered with AU is {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:488 1168 350 DtaStor Update service properties: service
    registered with AU is {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:578 1168 350 DnldMgr *********** DnldMgr: New download
    job [UpdateId = {16692806-E9C8-41FC-B883-43D125769021}.100] ***********
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:578 1168 350 DnldMgr * Update is not allowed to
    download due to regulation.
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:579 1168 350 DnldMgr *********** DnldMgr: New download
    job [UpdateId = {9E18D463-1862-4636-9461-EED74D92CE73}.100] ***********
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:582 1168 350 DnldMgr * Queueing update for download
    handler request generation.
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:582 1168 350 DnldMgr Generating download request for
    update {9E18D463-1862-4636-9461-EED74D92CE73}.100
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:833 1168 350 Handler Generating request for CBS update
    9E18D463-1862-4636-9461-EED74D92CE73 in sandbox
    C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download\288344d10e06b833976013b26a11d979
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:834 1168 12d0 AU AU checked download status and it
    changed: Downloading is not paused
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:841 1168 350 Handler Selected payload type is ptExpress
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:955 1168 350 Handler UH: DpxRestoreJob returned
    0x80070002
    2007-02-07 09:38:35:956 1168 350 Handler Detected download state is
    dsHavePackage
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:398 1168 1240 Handler FATAL: CBS called Error with
    0x8007000b,
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:399 1168 350 Handler FATAL: UH: 0x8007000b: Async stage
    operation failed in CUHCbsHandler::StageCbsPackage
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:401 1168 350 Handler FATAL: Request generation for CBS
    update complete with hr=0x8007000b and pfResetSandbox=0
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:401 1168 350 Handler FATAL: Error source is 106.
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:401 1168 350 DnldMgr FATAL:
    DM:CAgentDownloadManager::GenerateAllDownloadRequests:
    GenerateDownloadRequest failed with 0x8007000b.
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:401 1168 350 DnldMgr Error 0x8007000b occurred while
    downloading update; notifying dependent calls.
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:652 1168 350 DnldMgr *********** DnldMgr: New download
    job [UpdateId = {16692806-E9C8-41FC-B883-43D125769021}.100] ***********
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:652 1168 350 DnldMgr * Update is not allowed to
    download due to regulation.
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:655 1168 350 DtaStor Update service properties: service
    registered with AU is {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:656 1168 350 DtaStor Update service properties: service
    registered with AU is {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:656 1168 350 Agent *********
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:656 1168 350 Agent ** END ** Agent: Downloading
    updates [CallerId = AutomaticUpdates]
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:656 1168 350 Agent *************
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:656 1168 12d0 AU >>## RESUMED ## AU: Download update
    [UpdateId = {78B3CE90-3AE6-48EC-ACFF-B3AAE709DCCD}]
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:656 1168 12d0 AU # WARNING: Download failed, error =
    0x8007000B
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:657 1168 12d0 AU AU checked download status and it
    changed: Downloading is paused
    2007-02-07 09:38:37:657 1168 12d0 AU Setting AU scheduled install time to
    2007-02-08 01:00:00
    2007-02-07 09:38:38:987 1168 1240 AU BeginInteractiveInstall invoked for
    Install
    2007-02-07 09:38:38:987 1168 1240 AU Auto-approved 0 update(s) for install
    (for Ux), installType=0
    2007-02-07 09:38:38:988 1168 1240 AU WARNING: BeginInteractiveInstall
    failed, error = 0x8024000C
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:041 1168 5e4 AU AU received handle event
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:042 1168 5e4 AU UpdateDownloadProperties: 1 download(s)
    are still in progress.
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:042 1168 5e4 Agent Setting download properties on call
    BC9AF914-436E-4FB0-B6C8-8223A7699638: priority=1, interactive=0, owner is
    system=1, proxy settings=1, proxy session id=-1
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:046 1168 5e4 DtaStor Update service properties: service
    registered with AU is {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:047 1168 5e4 DtaStor Update service properties: service
    registered with AU is {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:050 1168 5e4 AU Triggering Offline detection
    (non-interactive)
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:050 1168 5e4 AU AU setting pending client directive to
    'Install Complete Ux'
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:050 1168 5e4 AU WARNING: Pending directive, 'Install
    Complete Ux', is not applicable
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:051 1168 5e4 AU AU setting pending client directive to
    'Download Approval'
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:051 1168 5e4 AU WARNING: Pending directive, 'Download
    Approval', is not applicable
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:097 1168 5e4 AU #############
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:097 1168 12d0 DnldMgr *********** DnldMgr: New download
    job [UpdateId = {16692806-E9C8-41FC-B883-43D125769021}.100] ***********
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:097 1168 5e4 AU ## START ## AU: Search for updates
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:097 1168 12d0 DnldMgr * Update is not allowed to
    download due to regulation.
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:097 1168 5e4 AU #########
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:254 1168 5e4 AU <<## SUBMITTED ## AU: Search for updates
    [CallId = {4DB36CE1-7C1A-4099-BF88-D4C8D26C5194}]
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:254 1168 1270 Agent *************
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:254 1168 1270 Agent ** START ** Agent: Finding updates
    [CallerId = AutomaticUpdates]
    2007-02-07 09:38:39:254 1168 1270 Agent *********
     
    Kim Nyberg, Feb 7, 2007
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  10. (cross-post added to Vista General)

    This looks as if the code being reported is a secondary code.
    The first code may be a primary code, in which case there are
    standard resolutions which you could try.

    Try a search?

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910336

    (Live Search for
    0x80070002 site:support.microsoft.com
    )


    That's just the most common suggestion, clear or rename
    the SoftwareDistribution folder.


    Otherwise, as usual, I think that this log does not show enough detail.
    E.g. 0x80070002 may mean file not found but then *which* file is not being found?

    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms695782.aspx


    In order to answer that question I think you would need to activate
    verbose logging (ref. KB902093) or, what I would do, run ProcMon
    (or FileMon) to see what other file access errors are occurring just before
    that log record is written. Note that although ProcMon can show you
    AU's log records being written you will still need to *infer* which ones
    are which based on the order they are written and their respective sizes.


    BTW I don't know how usable ProcMon is with your OS.
    Seems it may be?

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/FileAndDisk/processmonitor.mspx

    (Live Search for
    ("process monitor" OR procmon) vista
    )

    Cross-posted to Vista General.


    Good luck

    Robert Aldwinckle
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    Robert Aldwinckle, Feb 7, 2007
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  11. arf011

    chrisminett Guest

    OK, some progress.

    I've just been able to sucessfully install SOME updates. The ones that have
    always been causing problems still fail, but the new ones that ony recently
    appeared in my updates list (I've named them below) have worked. Has anyone
    else experienced this? Is it oly some updates that you are having problems
    with?

    Successful updates:
    Microsoft - Other Hardware - HID Non-User Input Data Filter
    Definition Update for Windows Defender - KB915597 (Definition 1.15.2231.7)
    Microsoft - Other Hardware - HID Non-User Input Data Filter

    Failed updates:
    BitLocker and EFS enhancements
    Hold Em Poker Game
    Update for Windows Vista for x64-based Systems (KB929427)
    Update for Windows Vista for x64-based Systems (KB929735)
    Update for Windows Vista for x64-based Systems (KB931573)
    Update for Windows Vista for x64-based Systems (KB928089)
    Update for Windows Vista for x64-based Systems (KB930857)



     
    chrisminett, Feb 8, 2007
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  12. arf011

    red Guest

    I have exactly the same problem with Vista Ultimate. It installed updates
    perfectly until those released 29th January. It will happily install Defender
    and driver updates, but will fail with all other updates, giving the same
    0x8007000B error that you describe.

    Reading through the WindowsUpdate.log I think it looks like it can't
    download these updates...

    2007-02-10 12:56:57:443 1144 d70 DnldMgr *********** DnldMgr: New download
    job [UpdateId = {9E18D463-1862-4636-9461-EED74D92CE73}.100] ***********
    2007-02-10 12:56:57:446 1144 d70 DnldMgr * Queueing update for download
    handler request generation.
    2007-02-10 12:56:57:447 1144 d70 DnldMgr Generating download request for
    update {9E18D463-1862-4636-9461-EED74D92CE73}.100
    2007-02-10 12:56:57:661 1144 d70 Handler Generating request for CBS update
    9E18D463-1862-4636-9461-EED74D92CE73 in sandbox
    C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download\288344d10e06b833976013b26a11d979
    2007-02-10 12:56:57:661 1144 d70 Handler Selected payload type is ptExpress
    2007-02-10 12:56:57:662 1144 c84 AU >>## RESUMED ## AU: Download update
    [UpdateId = {BBADB38C-B3FF-42C4-A396-76F14B7E9DE2}]
    2007-02-10 12:56:57:662 1144 c84 AU # WARNING: Download failed, error =
    0x8007000B
    2007-02-10 12:56:57:663 1144 c84 AU Setting AU scheduled install time to
    2007-02-11 03:00:00
    2007-02-10 12:56:57:684 1144 d70 Handler UH: DpxRestoreJob returned 0x80070002
    2007-02-10 12:56:57:684 1144 d70 Handler Detected download state is
    dsHavePackage
    2007-02-10 12:56:58:807 1144 440 Handler FATAL: CBS called Error with
    0x8007000b,
    2007-02-10 12:56:58:870 1144 d70 Handler FATAL: UH: 0x8007000b: Async stage
    operation failed in CUHCbsHandler::StageCbsPackage
    2007-02-10 12:56:58:904 1144 d70 Handler FATAL: Request generation for CBS
    update complete with hr=0x8007000b and pfResetSandbox=0
    2007-02-10 12:56:58:905 1144 d70 Handler FATAL: Error source is 106.
    2007-02-10 12:56:58:905 1144 d70 DnldMgr FATAL:
    DM:CAgentDownloadManager::GenerateAllDownloadRequests:
    GenerateDownloadRequest failed with 0x8007000b.
    2007-02-10 12:56:58:905 1144 d70 DnldMgr Error 0x8007000b occurred while
    downloading update; notifying dependent calls.
    2007-02-10 12:56:58:943 1144 d70 DtaStor Update service properties: service
    registered with AU is {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}

    I've tried deleting SoftwareDistribution and reinstalling Windows Update,
    and I've also tried it with and without a firewall, and with and without
    Microsoft Update. I'm not using a proxy server (and another Vista build on
    the same network works perfectly...).
     
    red, Feb 10, 2007
    #12
  13. ....

    See my reply to OP? Diagnosis suggestions given there,
    e.g. use verbose log or ProcMon to find out which module
    is causing the error code.


    Good luck

    Robert
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    Robert Aldwinckle, Feb 10, 2007
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  14. arf011

    chrisminett Guest

    I've tried one of the problem updates with Process Monitor running (no
    problems on Vista x64), and although I can work out where the error occurs by
    checking against when the relevent log file entries are written, that still
    leaves a few thousand entries, in which I can see nothing screamingly obvious.

    I also tried it with verbose logging enabled, and the first 'FATAL' entries
    are as follows, only problem being that I have no clue what it means, even if
    it is at all useful:

    2007-02-12 00:30:21:579 532 11bc Handler FATAL: CBS called Error with
    0x8007000b,
    2007-02-12 00:30:21:579 532 458 Handler FATAL: UH: 0x8007000b: Async stage
    operation failed in CUHCbsHandler::StageCbsPackage
    2007-02-12 00:30:21:579 532 458 Handler FATAL: Request generation for CBS
    update complete with hr=0x8007000b and pfResetSandbox=0
    2007-02-12 00:30:21:579 532 458 Handler FATAL: Error source is 106.
    2007-02-12 00:30:21:579 532 458 DnldMgr FATAL:
    DM:CAgentDownloadManager::GenerateAllDownloadRequests:
    GenerateDownloadRequest failed with 0x8007000b.
     
    chrisminett, Feb 12, 2007
    #14
  15. I have a machine which is acting identical to what you are describing. Very
    frustrating.. I have since pulled the drive out of my system, and am playing
    with 64 bit until a solution is found.
    --
    Hey.. I''''m learning..


     
    Thomas Prevett, Feb 12, 2007
    #15
  16. arf011

    red Guest

    Yes, I did see your post. I've done quite a lot of reading about this, and am
    keen to find a solution.

    I'm not here to spend hours fixing the problem myself, though. I'm a paying
    (corporate) customer and there are plenty of other users with this problem.

    I'm happy to send off a log-file or two as I have done, but it's not like
    I'm running some Open Source program and need to support myself. :) I'll
    contact Microsoft directly now, but that's an immensely painful process, even
    with our licensing agreement.

    I've had Vista RTM running on a few machines since late November with mixed
    degrees of success. 3 of the 4 builds have problems. You would've thought
    they'd have tested Vista a bit more before it was released. They emasculated
    Longhorn to the point of reskinning XP -- that should've be enough to keep it
    stable!

    The last RCs were horrendous. XP was far more stable when it came out, and
    was much more of a leap forward.

    Roll on SP1. Of all the things that should work, the patching mechanism
    should!
     
    red, Feb 12, 2007
    #16

  17. What filter were you using? E.g. perhaps try filtering on the program
    name which is doing the write to WindowsUpdate.log?


    I suspect you are probably chopping off useful context here.
    E.g. what was happening just before this?

    Similarly if you find the write for this record in your ProcMon trace
    what was happening before that regarding *other* file accesses
    by the same program? Etc.

    The rest of this will only be useful to someone who has access
    to internal documentation. E.g. that would be where things like
    CBS and 106 would be defined and described, as well as the
    overall program flow.


    Good luck

    Robert
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    Robert Aldwinckle, Feb 12, 2007
    #17
  18. arf011

    chrisminett Guest

    The line before was simply the download process reporting that it had the
    file OK, followed by a rather long gap in time (abot 0.5 seconds) where the
    process monitor shows a few thousand entries.
    Yeah, the problem is that I can't see anything particularly obviously wrong,
    and there are so many entries, I'm not really sure where to begin looking
    anyway.
    I did look in the CBS log for the same time, and found a code (possibly
    error code) which appeared in process monitor for some entries too: 0xc0190005
    That mean anthing to anyone?
     
    chrisminett, Feb 12, 2007
    #18
  19. Hi,
    We are sorry for issues in installing the updates.

    Can you please follow the instructions below and let me know if it resolves
    the updates failing with 8007000b issue.

    1. Open an Administrator command prompt by right clicking on Start -> All
    Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt and selecting "Run as
    Administrator" and clicking "Allow" for the elevation prompt
    2. In the command prompt, type the command below
    fsutil resource setautoreset C:
    (This assumes that C: is the drive in which Vista is installed. If it is
    installed on another drive like D:, please change the drive letter
    appropriately)
    3. Reboot the machine

    After reboot, please try to install the updates again and let me know if
    that resolves the issue.

    --
    Sudheer GN
    Microsoft, WU Client

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    Sudheer GN [MSFT], Feb 13, 2007
    #19
  20. Hi,
    We are sorry for issues in installing the updates.

    Can you please follow the instructions below and let me know if it resolves
    the updates failing with 8007000b issue.

    1. Open an Administrator command prompt by right clicking on Start -> All
    Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt and selecting "Run as
    Administrator" and clicking "Allow" for the elevation prompt
    2. In the command prompt, type the command below
    fsutil resource setautoreset C:
    (This assumes that C: is the drive in which Vista is installed. If it is
    installed on another drive like D:, please change the drive letter
    appropriately)
    3. Reboot the machine

    After reboot, please try to install the updates again and let me know if
    that resolves the issue.

    --
    Sudheer GN
    Microsoft, WU Client

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    Sudheer GN [MSFT], Feb 13, 2007
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