Computer crashes after updating to sp2
Is there a different comparable update for 64 bit OS or is there a different problem? After installing this 64 bit OS update "windows update" ran successfully for the first time in over a week.
I must have spent 30 hours trying various fixes without success!
Have you used Norton removal tool to completely uninstall Norton?
Did you have newest Norton version prior to the update? Yesterday I installed only adobe flash player update and java update.
Actual install of the updates only took about 30 minutes. After installing this patch, checking for updates is completed in 10 minutes. And be prepared to see a longer black screen before desktop appears.
This was the case with KB3145739 as well on my system.) Edited by devilus, - AM.
Although my system is 64 bits the listed requirements did not specify 32 bits.
However, when I attempted to install it stated update not for my system.
High CPU usage came back, causing by Trusted Installer this time. auth=1 "Resetting the entire Windows Update Component manually" I did this using the command prompt as outlined in the article.I used file "Windows6.0-KB947821-v35-x86.msu" and the resulting "Check SUR.log" file said there were no remaining unfixed errors. Reran the Fix It tool and it still detects error code 0X80070057 None of these bright ideas worked. However, when I attempted to install it stated update not for my system.OS: Windows Vista 32 Bit Home Premium I am unable to install recent Windows Vista updates because the updater hangs at "Checking for updates". and "Most recent checks for updates" says "never" ... which I assume is the reason for the "never" labels mentioned above. I used file "Windows Update Agent30-x86.exe" with the /wuforce switch and ran it from a HDD not containing the OS. "Troubleshoot problems with installing updates" I ran the Fix It tool ... If not, you can try to download and install it manually: https:// Later you can enable it again if you want.) Edited by devilus, 22 April 2016 - AM.Attempts to fix the problem seems to have made the problem worse. and it fixed a couple of things but didn't fix error code 0X80070057 4. Having the same problem and pursuing similar solutions with out success, I tried downloading the recommended update for my Vista Home Premium SP2 64 bit OS.
Norton is system level application including series of registries.