PT - WARNING : SyncUpdates failure, error = 0x8024400D

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by MrSoftware, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. MrSoftware

    MrSoftware Guest

    In examining WindowsUpdate.log I noticed the following entities.

    1768 b84 PT +++++++++++ PT: Synchronizing server updates
    1768 b84 PT + ServiceId =
    {7971F918-A847-4430-9279-4A52D1EFE18D}, Server URL =
    1768 b84 PT WARNING: SyncUpdates failure, error = 0x8024400D,
    soap client error = 7, soap error code = 300, HTTP status code = 200
    1768 b84 PT WARNING: SOAP Fault: 0x00012c
    1768 b84 PT WARNING: faultstring:Fault occurred
    1768 b84 PT WARNING: ErrorCode:ConfigChanged(2)
    1768 b84 PT WARNING: Message:(null)
    1768 b84 PT WARNING:
    1768 b84 PT WARNING: ID:ca99a5b7-02d8-4258-a56a-5d0c9caf3388

    Does anyone know the following;

    [1] Where can I find the description of ErrorCode:ConfigChanged(2)?

    [2] Where can I find the description of SyncUpdates failure, error =

    I search MSDN and TechNet but a lot of results come up.

    Note : My Computer environment is;

    OS-------: Windows XP - Version: 5.01.2600 Service Pack 3
    Browser--: IE (Internet Explorer) - Version 8.0.6001.18702 - Build 86001
    AntiVir--: Microsoft Security Essentials Version: 1.0.1961.0
    Firewall-: MS Firewall

    Microsoft Security Essentials Version: 1.0.1961.0
    Antimalware Client Version: 2.1.6519.0
    Engine Version: 1.1.5605.0
    Antivirus definitions: 1.79.953.0
    Antispyware definitions: 1.79.953.0
    MrSoftware, Apr 9, 2010
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  2. PA Bear [MS MVP], Apr 9, 2010
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  3. MrSoftware

    MrSoftware Guest

    I found an article describing error 0x8024400D.

    MS Article ID - 836941

    You may encounter temporary connection-related errors when you use Windows
    MrSoftware, Apr 9, 2010
  4. MrSoftware

    MrSoftware Guest


    I'm a Sr. Developer with over 650 utilities and applications installed on an
    XP system
    that is almost a decade old.

    To install and setup on a 'clean XP' system would take a long time.

    Some time later this year I'll build a new machine and start to manually
    install my
    tools on a new Win 7 machine.

    In the mean time I'm doing a 'deep clean' on the current machine.

    A lot of these 'IT related' security issues have taught me a lot that I need
    to know anyway :)

    All my data, etc is always backed up on two different backup devices.

    Finally, as always, I want to thank you so much for all the help you have
    given me!

    MrSoftware, Apr 9, 2010
  5. I don't care who you are or what you've got on the box or how old it is.
    The computer's missing so many critical security updates (and will be
    missing several more come next Tuesday*) that the only way you're going to
    return it to a totally secure state is by doing a clean install. Until you
    do so, the computer and ALL of your data remain at-risk, especially if the
    computer's allowed to connect to the internet or any local networks.

    Do NOT assume that your data is safe enough to be transferred to any other


    PA Bear [MS MVP], Apr 9, 2010
  6. MrSoftware

    MrSoftware Guest

    This is a development machine specifically tasked for this purpose.

    I have several open support cases and the Microsoft support people and I are
    researching some problems with Windows update.

    MrSoftware, Apr 13, 2010
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