Tuesday, February 21, 2012 8:19 PM
UPDATE KB2633952 Failed, Error code 80070643- No Microsoft Office components.
Ran FixIt Engine 4 times, reset update register.
Can't Intsall Newer Security Updates, Please HELP!!
Vista Ultimate 64-bit
- Edited by LibertyChamp Tuesday, February 21, 2012 8:19 PM
Saturday, April 21, 2012 12:51 PM
Have you resolved your issue?
If not, then: Make sure these services are not disabled
( use MSCONFIG to review or run SERVICES.MSC):
Background Intelligent Transfer Service(BITS)
Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
From main Windows Start menu, select RUN, type in
& press <Enter-key>
type into the Command prompt window
net stop wuauserv
Go to Windows Explorer ( or My Computer on Desktop).
Look on your system drive (usually C ) and look at the Windows folder name. Like Windows or WINNT.
Modify following as appropriate.
If your Windows folder is C:\Windows. Look at this folder
If you find files in there, delete them. That folder is where files are stored from Windows Update downloads.
Go back to Command prompt window.
net start wuauserv
& press <Enter-key>
Type into the command prompt
and press <Enter-key>
Now try again a visit to Windows Updates.
If still the same issue, then:
Post an *extract* from the Windows Updates log, but only for the very last failed session(s).
Around 40 to 50 lines from very bottom of the log will suffice.
Use Notepad and open & look at the Windows Update log file
C:\Windows\WindowsUpdate.log or C:\WINNT\WindowsUpdate.log
Scroll down all the way. Get / copy / paste into a reply the set of lines for (today's ) the last session.
And tell me How long this issue has been around?
Maurice Naggar ~ MS-MVP (Oct 2002 - Sept 2010) DTS-L
Friday, June 22, 2012 5:12 PMHello there! -thought i'd post this, since i havn't seen this fix yet, which totally helped me.. Check out your services manager (aka, start, run and then type services.msc) check to make sure what is supposed to be running is and what not (easier if you have another computer handy that actually updated correctly) Especially pay attention to RPC, (remote procedure call) and what it relys on. But would look for some article or something to rely on, you don't want to just start changing these settings without knowing what to do. (could crash puter if done wrong) I synced mine with one that went through! -went through no problem! :) -good luck