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Windows Update for Vista 32-bit - Update reappears


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#1 fisherziggy

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 12:22 AM

Hi Everyone,

 

     Recently, the same Windows Update for .Net Framework keeps popping up. It says it installed successfully but then reappears a few minutes later. I ran sfc /scannow as suggested on the Microsoft support website. After running, it said it could not fix all problems and to check the CBS.log file... attached below. I don't quite know what to do with this. I've done some successful troubleshooting over the years, but looking at that file for a few minutes and my eyes began to glaze over. The first part is attached below, but it's much longer and exceeds the limit for an attachment. I'll certainly post the rest of the CBS.log if necessary. The System Update Readiness Tool was also unsuccessful.

 

Any help is greatly appreciated!

 

 

- Tom

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 06:36 PM

Try to apply this registry :
http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/win-services/vista/msiserver.reg



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Posted 25 June 2014 - 09:27 PM

Bulgaristan,

 

   Thanks for the response. Do I simply right-click and select Merge to apply?



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Posted 26 June 2014 - 09:40 AM

Hi Tom,

 

Yes this is a registry file simply double click, than agree on the pop screen you will receive.

 

In case this, fail to fix your issue you can try this :

Windows Repair (All in one)
 
Please download and install Windows Repair (All in one)
 
To open the program click on the Start orb.
 
Click on All Programs.
 
Click on Windows Repair (All in one), this may be listed as Tweaking.com.
 
If you are running Windows Vista, 7, or 8 right click on Windows Repair (All in one)  and then click on Run as administrator.
 
Notice:  You will need to disable your antivirus in order to run this program, for this reason you should run this while off line.
 
Go to Step 2 and click on the Do it button to allow CheckDisk to run. 
 
windowsrepairstep2-1_zps08aed02b.png
 
Go to Step 3 and click on the Do it button to run System File Check.
 
windowsrepairstep3-1_zps935b7603.png
 
Go to Step 4 and click on the Create button under System Restore.
 
windowsrepairstept4-1_zpseb336401.png
 
Go to Start Repairs and click on the Start button.
 
Important: Do not make any changes to the check marks.
 
For those running Windows 8 please note that  Reset Registry Permissions is not checked by design.
 
When the page below opens click on the Start button.
 
windowsrepairstartrepairs-1_zpsa179850d.
 
Please copy and paste the Windows Repair Log in your next post.  This log (_windows_repair_log.txt) is located in the following folder:
 
*  64-bit systems file path - C:\Program Files (x86)\Tweaking.com\Windows Repair (All in One)\Logs
 
*  32-bit systems file path - C:\Program Files\Tweaking.com\Windows Repair (All in One)\Logs
 
Copy the file path for your version of Windows (32-bit or 64-bit), click on the Start orb and paste it in the Search all programs and files box.
 
Click on Logs.
 
Click on _Windows_Repair_Logs.
 
Copy and paste this log in your next post. 
 
Many thanks,
Andy 





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