error code 800706BA

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Security' started by Gunforhire, Mar 17, 2007.

  1. Gunforhire

    Gunforhire Guest

    I use windows live onecare and it alerted me that some of the updates I
    needed didnt download. I went to windows update and viewed the update
    history and found that the windows defender didn't update. It gave me this
    error code: 800706BA. Does anyone know how to fix this?
     
    Gunforhire, Mar 17, 2007
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  2. Gunforhire

    Jesper Guest

    I use windows live onecare and it alerted me that some of the updates I
    This is an RPC error. It means the server closed the connection. there could
    be many reasons for this, but one may be network troubles. Try it again and
    see if it works that time (yeas, I know that sounds trite, bit it's a first
    step).
     
    Jesper, Mar 17, 2007
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    DWong Guest

    Many programs can generate this error code. It simply means time out error.
    Most of the time is network and remote procedure call related. But MS Access
    2000 running on a desk top can have this error during print report. It just
    time out due to I did not turn off 'Auto name correction' option.
     
    DWong, Mar 17, 2007
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  4. Gunforhire

    Pataz Guest

    That means that messenger cannot connect to the Windows messenger
    service. It may go away tomorrow, or it may be some setting in the
    computer.

    Try this first:
    Go to start- run and type

    Services.msc

    Then find:

    "Dcom Server Process Launcher"

    Right mouse click, goto Properties.

    Set to "Automatic", apply, and then click "Start".

    Click ok.
    if it saycould not start the DCOM server process launcher on local
    computer.
    Error 1053: the server did not respond to the start or control request
    in a timely fashion

    then try this
    Start > Run > type in sfc /scannow

    sfc then space then /scannow

    then try again.
     
    Pataz, Mar 31, 2010
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  5. Ǝиçεl, Mar 31, 2010
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