Posted 14 June 2008 - 01:27 PM
Hey, everyone, glad to be here...but not happy about why....
Nevertheless, I am sure that I will find the answer here!!
I had to re-install Windows, that is, do a repair of a "previous installation", after which, already knowing that all the windows updates will HAVE to be installed, along comes that "update icon" telling me that Updates are ready to be installed to my computer. So, having been through this before, I proceed to give the go ahead nod, and the process begins but only to result in receiving notification that NO updates have actually been installed. Now, I have checked in "Services" and Automatic Updates is set to Automatic and Started, as is Background Intelligent Transfer Service. As well, in "system properties", Automatic Updates IS set to Automatic.
So...why would this happen? Why would Wimdows continue to try and try again to Auto Update but repeatedly fail to be able to "finish the job"???
By the way, I am talking about Windows XP Professional running on a Intel Celeron 1MHz cpu powered Intel motherboard.
Thanks for reading and if applicable, for responding.
"The right direction's all that counts and there's no way for me to get there late!!"