Error number: 0x800706D3

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by myst, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. myst

    myst Guest

    Error shows up when trying to use windows update on friends comp.with win.2000
     
    myst, Nov 13, 2008
    #1
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  2. myst

    Phil Diakun Guest

    I have opened this case with Microsoft Support, this solution worked for me.



    This computer was a relatives and was infected with the following virus, in
    which I removed and scrubbed prior to reporting this issue. I also think the
    virus removed the Microsoft Client as well,

    File Name: __c003AE46.dat Virus Name: Trojan.Vundo
    File Name: ddeml32.dll Virus Name:Downloader
    File Name: dbmsadsn32.dll Virus Name:Downloader
    Action Taken: Left alone (all 3)
    Location: C:\WINNT\system32 (all 3)
    Status: Infected (all 3)

    Just to note the "TCP/IP protocol" and the "File and Printer Sharing for
    Microsoft Networks were not affected and the computer was otherwise
    functional after the scrub.

    I think it might be a good idea to post this solution on the microsft site
    associated with with the error code 0x800706D3. As there are hits for this on
    the net with no solution.

    Please close Case ID ----- with the highest customer satisfaction rating.

    Best of luck with your carreer and thank you again for the excellent work,
    Sincerely, Phil Diakun
    =============================================================================
    From the problem description, I understand that the computer failed to do
    updates with the error code 0x800706D3. Please feel free to let me know if I
    misunderstood.

    I understand the inconvenience you have experienced. Please be assured that
    I will do my best to resolve the issue.
    This error may occur if Client for Microsoft Networks component has not been
    installed or applied on the system. At this time, let's make sure Client for
    Microsoft Networks component has been installed on the system. Here are the
    detailed steps:

    1. Click "Start"->"Settings"->Click "Network and Dial-up Connections". A new
    window titled "Network and Dial-up Connections" opens. In this window, open
    the "Local Area Connection" item.

    2. Click the "Properties" button one more time to reach the full "General"
    tab.

    If Client for Microsoft Networks is unchecked, please put a check on it and
    click OK. After that, restart the computer to check this issue.

    If Client for Microsoft Networks is not installed (listed), please continue
    with the following steps.

    3. Click the "Install..." button to begin the process of installing this
    component.

    4. Select "Client" as the type of component from the list in the new window
    that appears. Click the "Add..." button to continue.

    5. Click "Have Disk".

    6. Type "C:\WINNT\inf", and then click "OK".

    7. Choose "Client for Microsoft Networks" from the list of "Network Clients"
    on the right side of the window. Click the "OK" button to continue.

    8. Complete the installation by clicking the "OK" button to close the
    window, then proceed to reboot the computer. After the computer has
    restarted, Client for Microsoft Networks will be installed.

    NOTE: You will probably also need to install the "TCP/IP protocol" and the
    "File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks" service to fully network a
    Windows computer on a typical LAN.
     
    Phil Diakun, Dec 27, 2008
    #3
  3. myst

    diakun Guest

    I have opened this case with Microsoft Support, this solution worked
    for me.



    This computer was a relatives and was infected with the following
    virus, in which I removed and scrubbed prior to reporting this issue.
    I also think the virus removed the Microsoft Client as well,

    File Name: __c003AE46.dat Virus Name: Trojan.Vundo
    File Name: ddeml32.dll Virus Name:Downloader
    File Name: dbmsadsn32.dll Virus Name:Downloader
    Action Taken: Left alone (all 3)
    Location: C:\WINNT\system32 (all 3)
    Status: Infected (all 3)

    Just to note the "TCP/IP protocol" and the "File and Printer Sharing
    for Microsoft Networks were not affected and the computer was
    otherwise functional after the scrub.

    I think it might be a good idea to post this solution on the microsft
    site associated with with the error code 0x800706D3. As there are hits
    for this on
    the net with no solution.

    Please close Case ID ----- with the highest customer satisfaction
    rating.

    Best of luck with your carreer and thank you again for the excellent
    work, Sincerely, Phil Diakun
    =============================================================================
    From the problem description, I understand that the computer failed to
    do updates with the error code 0x800706D3. Please feel free to let me
    know if I misunderstood.

    I understand the inconvenience you have experienced. Please be assured
    that I will do my best to resolve the issue.
    This error may occur if Client for Microsoft Networks component has
    not been installed or applied on the system. At this time, let's make
    sure Client for Microsoft Networks component has been installed on the
    system. Here are the detailed steps:

    1. Click "Start"->"Settings"->Click "Network and Dial-up Connections".
    A new window titled "Network and Dial-up Connections" opens. In this
    window, open the "Local Area Connection" item.

    2. Click the "Properties" button one more time to reach the full
    "General" tab.

    If Client for Microsoft Networks is unchecked, please put a check on
    it and click OK. After that, restart the computer to check this issue.

    If Client for Microsoft Networks is not installed (listed), please
    continue with the following steps.

    3. Click the "Install..." button to begin the process of installing
    this component.

    4. Select "Client" as the type of component from the list in the new
    window that appears. Click the "Add..." button to continue.

    5. Click "Have Disk".

    6. Type "C:\WINNT\inf", and then click "OK".

    7. Choose "Client for Microsoft Networks" from the list of "Network
    Clients" on the right side of the window. Click the "OK" button to
    continue.

    8. Complete the installation by clicking the "OK" button to close the
    window, then proceed to reboot the computer. After the computer has
    restarted, Client for Microsoft Networks will be installed.

    NOTE: You will probably also need to install the "TCP/IP protocol" and
    the "File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks" service to fully
    network a Windows computer on a typical LAN.
     
    diakun, Dec 27, 2008
    #4
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