Re: Can't update Vista anymore
How do you launch an elevated command prompt in Vista?
> Thank you for the help,
> The first method didn't work and continued to produce the same error code,
> but the second method listed by you, worked and vista is now up to date
> Much appreciated.
> "DevilsPGD" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > In message <9ECD6024-7CF2-454E-B974-20C089765E93@microsoft.com>
> > "Lakesidezx" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >>When I try to update vista, I get the error code of 8007000B
> >>I've used the Get help link and followed the instructions (80070002, as
> >>there is no help for 8007000B) about 20 times and it still doesn't work.
> >>suggests after following the instructions that I contact their support who
> >>want to charge me $59.00 for the support email.
> >>This bothers me because I had a similar problem after first installing
> >>and the techie emailed me that there is never a charge for support for
> >>windows update issues, but theres no way to bypass giving them my credit
> >>card to let them charge me for the incident.
> >>Any other assistance is appreciated.
> > Try the instructions at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910336 for
> > 0x80070002 first. If that doesn't help, launch an elevated command
> > prompt, enter the following command and reboot:
> > fsutil resource setautoreset true C:\
> > --
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