Re: Vista SP2 - Error 80073712 corrupt files with 64-bit Vista SP2 download failure

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Flavius, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. Flavius

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    leecris;1198977 Wrote:
    > I have Vista 64 bit home edition that came loaded on my computer, and
    > have tried all the suggested fixes (prohibited from reinstalling SP1;
    > ran the Update Readiness Tool; ran a different update tool from this
    > forum; tried to install the update separately in Clean Boot mode; do
    > not
    > have a file "pending.xml" to rename) to get Service Pack 2 to load,
    > without success.
    > I have TWO corrupt files that need to be replaced, but I have no idea
    > how to get functional copies of these files. The corrupt files (from
    > the
    > Update Readiness Tool CHS log) are
    > winsxs\manifests\wow_64_microsoft-windows-wpfcorecomp_31bf3856ad364e35_6.0.6001.18096_none_0
    > a4c4cd82b5b4d4f.manifest
    > winsxs\manifests\msil_system.xml.resources_b77a5c5
    > 61934e089_6.0.6000.20935_en-us_609f9f60396a36f1.manifest
    > Can anyone tell me how to get functional files to replace these corrupt
    > ones, and how to do the replacement? (I've already taken ownership of
    > the folders.)
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    I'm attaching here required files here: 17664,download
    it and unpack anywhere

    1.Navigate to *C:\Windows\WinSxS\Manifests* folder,takeownership of
    this folder and add your account to have full control
    2.Copy my file to this folder -Even if you have already this file then
    replace it.
    3.Remove your account from permissions to Manifests folder
    4.Restore ownership of Packages folder back to "NT

    Useful links:'Take Ownership of file'
    'TrustedInstaller - Restore as Owner'
    'Folder Permissions'

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    Flavius, Dec 13, 2009
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