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Old 11-12-2007
J.Skar
 

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Constant request to Reboot for Updates
HELP!! I'm about to pull my hair out!
After I performed an XP-Pro reinstall, I keep getting the Auto-Update shield
which keeps asking me to restart my computer for the last updates to take
effect. If I visit the Windows Update site, I always get the same update
available, KB922582- Filter Manager (It states that it contains 0k bytes.).
In the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution\ReportingEvents.log file, It states
that this same update installed successfully. If I try Windows Updates again,
I get a 0x8ddd0007 error.
I have tried EVERYTHING recommended by Microsoft and the Tech help people:
- I deleted all TEMP files,
- I deleted the "BootRequired" key in the registry,
- I ran "Dial-a-Fix" to un/re-register all of the AU dlls,
- I insured that registry permissions were "Full Control",
- I deleted the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution folders,
- I reregistered the Wups2.dll file (and even tried deleting it. This was
Microsoft site's main answer to the XP reinstall problem.)
- I ran (per Microsoft site) the Windows Update Agent (KB910437 or KB943144):
WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe /wuforce
(this would NOT run because it stated that I had to "allow prior updates
to complete")
- I ran (per Microsoft site) KB927891, which would not run due to lack of
"prerequisites",
- I submitted "run sfc /scannow" successfully,
- .dll registrations per MS Knowledge article 555989 did not fix this problem,
- Performed actions detailed in MS Knowledge article 822798.

WindowsUpdate.log does not seem to be any help.
I know that very many Microsoft users have had similar problems.
HOW DO I MAKE THE "Restart Now or Later" shield GO AWAY!
WHY does Microsoft not fix this problem once and for all?!?!?!?
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I appreciate collective knowledge. J.
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Old 11-13-2007
PA Bear
 

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Re: Constant request to Reboot for Updates
1. If the 922582 is listed in Add/Remove Programs, uninstall it & reboot.
(NB: the Show Updates option must be checked)

2. Download the update from the following link (SAVE it to your desktop; do
not Run it):
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...1-3886AFDC6E73
(Validation Required)

3. Double-click on the saved file (WindowsXP-KB922582-x86-ENU.exe) to
install it.

4. Reboot.

5. Now follow the instructions in this KB article (ignore the title):
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/943144
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~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
MS MVP-Windows (IE, OE, Security, Shell/User)
AumHa VSOP & Admin http://aumha.net
DTS-L http://dts-l.org/


"J.Skar" <j.skar@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:E990C3A3-9BE2-41C1-9646-2ECAA36F10DA@microsoft.com...
> HELP!! I'm about to pull my hair out!
> After I performed an XP-Pro reinstall, I keep getting the Auto-Update
> shield
> which keeps asking me to restart my computer for the last updates to take
> effect. If I visit the Windows Update site, I always get the same update
> available, KB922582- Filter Manager (It states that it contains 0k
> bytes.).
> In the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution\ReportingEvents.log file, It states
> that this same update installed successfully. If I try Windows Updates
> again,
> I get a 0x8ddd0007 error.
> I have tried EVERYTHING recommended by Microsoft and the Tech help people:
> - I deleted all TEMP files,
> - I deleted the "BootRequired" key in the registry,
> - I ran "Dial-a-Fix" to un/re-register all of the AU dlls,
> - I insured that registry permissions were "Full Control",
> - I deleted the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution folders,
> - I reregistered the Wups2.dll file (and even tried deleting it. This was
> Microsoft site's main answer to the XP reinstall problem.)
> - I ran (per Microsoft site) the Windows Update Agent (KB910437 or
> KB943144):
> WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe /wuforce
> (this would NOT run because it stated that I had to "allow prior
> updates
> to complete")
> - I ran (per Microsoft site) KB927891, which would not run due to lack of
> "prerequisites",
> - I submitted "run sfc /scannow" successfully,
> - .dll registrations per MS Knowledge article 555989 did not fix this
> problem,
> - Performed actions detailed in MS Knowledge article 822798.
>
> WindowsUpdate.log does not seem to be any help.
> I know that very many Microsoft users have had similar problems.
> HOW DO I MAKE THE "Restart Now or Later" shield GO AWAY!
> WHY does Microsoft not fix this problem once and for all?!?!?!?
> --
> I appreciate collective knowledge. J.


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Old 11-14-2007
J.Skar
 

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Re: Constant request to Reboot for Updates
I could not install "WindowsXP-KB922582-x86-ENU.exe" (per your step 3) due to
the following error: The system must be restarted before installing KB922582
to allow some prior update to complete." This IS the problem. This message
always appears even if I delete the "BootRequired" key in "AutoUpdate" in the
registry. I cannot make the "reboot" AU shield in the tray disappear.
--
I appreciate collective knowledge. J.


"PA Bear" wrote:

> 1. If the 922582 is listed in Add/Remove Programs, uninstall it & reboot.
> (NB: the Show Updates option must be checked)
>
> 2. Download the update from the following link (SAVE it to your desktop; do
> not Run it):
> http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...1-3886AFDC6E73
> (Validation Required)
>
> 3. Double-click on the saved file (WindowsXP-KB922582-x86-ENU.exe) to
> install it.
>
> 4. Reboot.
>
> 5. Now follow the instructions in this KB article (ignore the title):
> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/943144
> --
> ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
> MS MVP-Windows (IE, OE, Security, Shell/User)
> AumHa VSOP & Admin http://aumha.net
> DTS-L http://dts-l.org/
>
>
> "J.Skar" <j.skar@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:E990C3A3-9BE2-41C1-9646-2ECAA36F10DA@microsoft.com...
> > HELP!! I'm about to pull my hair out!
> > After I performed an XP-Pro reinstall, I keep getting the Auto-Update
> > shield
> > which keeps asking me to restart my computer for the last updates to take
> > effect. If I visit the Windows Update site, I always get the same update
> > available, KB922582- Filter Manager (It states that it contains 0k
> > bytes.).
> > In the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution\ReportingEvents.log file, It states
> > that this same update installed successfully. If I try Windows Updates
> > again,
> > I get a 0x8ddd0007 error.
> > I have tried EVERYTHING recommended by Microsoft and the Tech help people:
> > - I deleted all TEMP files,
> > - I deleted the "BootRequired" key in the registry,
> > - I ran "Dial-a-Fix" to un/re-register all of the AU dlls,
> > - I insured that registry permissions were "Full Control",
> > - I deleted the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution folders,
> > - I reregistered the Wups2.dll file (and even tried deleting it. This was
> > Microsoft site's main answer to the XP reinstall problem.)
> > - I ran (per Microsoft site) the Windows Update Agent (KB910437 or
> > KB943144):
> > WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe /wuforce
> > (this would NOT run because it stated that I had to "allow prior
> > updates
> > to complete")
> > - I ran (per Microsoft site) KB927891, which would not run due to lack of
> > "prerequisites",
> > - I submitted "run sfc /scannow" successfully,
> > - .dll registrations per MS Knowledge article 555989 did not fix this
> > problem,
> > - Performed actions detailed in MS Knowledge article 822798.
> >
> > WindowsUpdate.log does not seem to be any help.
> > I know that very many Microsoft users have had similar problems.
> > HOW DO I MAKE THE "Restart Now or Later" shield GO AWAY!
> > WHY does Microsoft not fix this problem once and for all?!?!?!?
> > --
> > I appreciate collective knowledge. J.

>
>

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Old 11-14-2007
PA Bear
 

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Re: Constant request to Reboot for Updates
Open a free support incident.

Start a free Windows Update support incident request:
https://support.microsoft.com/oas/de...spx?gprid=6527

Support for Windows Update:
http://support.microsoft.com/gp/wusupport

Customers in the U.S. and Canada can receive technical support from
Microsoft Product Support Services at 1-866-PCSAFETY. There is no-charge for
support calls that are associated with security updates. When you call,
clearly state that your problem is related to a Security Update and cite the
update's KB number (e.g., KB931678).

In other countries, see
http://support.microsoft.com/default...r=securityhome > "No-Charge
Support...for virus and other security-related" issues in right-hand menu
for localized contact information.
--
~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
MS MVP-Windows (IE, OE, Security, Shell/User)
AumHa VSOP & Admin http://aumha.net
DTS-L http://dts-l.org/


J.Skar wrote:
> I could not install "WindowsXP-KB922582-x86-ENU.exe" (per your step 3) due
> to the following error: The system must be restarted before installing
> KB922582 to allow some prior update to complete." This IS the problem.
> This
> message always appears even if I delete the "BootRequired" key in
> "AutoUpdate" in the registry. I cannot make the "reboot" AU shield in the
> tray disappear.
>
>> 1. If the 922582 is listed in Add/Remove Programs, uninstall it & reboot.
>> (NB: the Show Updates option must be checked)
>>
>> 2. Download the update from the following link (SAVE it to your desktop;
>> do
>> not Run it):
>> http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...1-3886AFDC6E73
>> (Validation Required)
>>
>> 3. Double-click on the saved file (WindowsXP-KB922582-x86-ENU.exe) to
>> install it.
>>
>> 4. Reboot.
>>
>> 5. Now follow the instructions in this KB article (ignore the title):
>> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/943144
>> --
>> ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
>> MS MVP-Windows (IE, OE, Security, Shell/User)
>> AumHa VSOP & Admin http://aumha.net
>> DTS-L http://dts-l.org/
>>
>>
>> "J.Skar" <j.skar@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:E990C3A3-9BE2-41C1-9646-2ECAA36F10DA@microsoft.com...
>>> HELP!! I'm about to pull my hair out!
>>> After I performed an XP-Pro reinstall, I keep getting the Auto-Update
>>> shield
>>> which keeps asking me to restart my computer for the last updates to
>>> take
>>> effect. If I visit the Windows Update site, I always get the same update
>>> available, KB922582- Filter Manager (It states that it contains 0k
>>> bytes.).
>>> In the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution\ReportingEvents.log file, It
>>> states
>>> that this same update installed successfully. If I try Windows Updates
>>> again,
>>> I get a 0x8ddd0007 error.
>>> I have tried EVERYTHING recommended by Microsoft and the Tech help
>>> people:
>>> - I deleted all TEMP files,
>>> - I deleted the "BootRequired" key in the registry,
>>> - I ran "Dial-a-Fix" to un/re-register all of the AU dlls,
>>> - I insured that registry permissions were "Full Control",
>>> - I deleted the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution folders,
>>> - I reregistered the Wups2.dll file (and even tried deleting it. This
>>> was
>>> Microsoft site's main answer to the XP reinstall problem.)
>>> - I ran (per Microsoft site) the Windows Update Agent (KB910437 or
>>> KB943144):
>>> WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe /wuforce
>>> (this would NOT run because it stated that I had to "allow prior
>>> updates
>>> to complete")
>>> - I ran (per Microsoft site) KB927891, which would not run due to lack
>>> of
>>> "prerequisites",
>>> - I submitted "run sfc /scannow" successfully,
>>> - .dll registrations per MS Knowledge article 555989 did not fix this
>>> problem,
>>> - Performed actions detailed in MS Knowledge article 822798.
>>>
>>> WindowsUpdate.log does not seem to be any help.
>>> I know that very many Microsoft users have had similar problems.
>>> HOW DO I MAKE THE "Restart Now or Later" shield GO AWAY!
>>> WHY does Microsoft not fix this problem once and for all?!?!?!?
>>> --
>>> I appreciate collective knowledge. J.


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Old 11-15-2007
antioch
 

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Re: Constant request to Reboot for Updates

"J.Skar" <j.skar@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:E990C3A3-9BE2-41C1-9646-2ECAA36F10DA@microsoft.com...
> HELP!! I'm about to pull my hair out!
> After I performed an XP-Pro reinstall, I keep getting the Auto-Update
> shield
> which keeps asking me to restart my computer for the last updates to take
> effect. If I visit the Windows Update site, I always get the same update
> available, KB922582- Filter Manager (It states that it contains 0k
> bytes.).
> In the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution\ReportingEvents.log file, It states
> that this same update installed successfully. If I try Windows Updates
> again,
> I get a 0x8ddd0007 error.
> I have tried EVERYTHING recommended by Microsoft and the Tech help people:
> - I deleted all TEMP files,
> - I deleted the "BootRequired" key in the registry,
> - I ran "Dial-a-Fix" to un/re-register all of the AU dlls,
> - I insured that registry permissions were "Full Control",
> - I deleted the %Windows%\SoftwareDistribution folders,
> - I reregistered the Wups2.dll file (and even tried deleting it. This was
> Microsoft site's main answer to the XP reinstall problem.)
> - I ran (per Microsoft site) the Windows Update Agent (KB910437 or
> KB943144):
> WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe /wuforce
> (this would NOT run because it stated that I had to "allow prior
> updates
> to complete")
> - I ran (per Microsoft site) KB927891, which would not run due to lack of
> "prerequisites",
> - I submitted "run sfc /scannow" successfully,
> - .dll registrations per MS Knowledge article 555989 did not fix this
> problem,
> - Performed actions detailed in MS Knowledge article 822798.
>
> WindowsUpdate.log does not seem to be any help.
> I know that very many Microsoft users have had similar problems.
> HOW DO I MAKE THE "Restart Now or Later" shield GO AWAY!
> WHY does Microsoft not fix this problem once and for all?!?!?!?
> --
> I appreciate collective knowledge. J.


Apologies if you have already been here, but the below seem to be a good
read.

http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/...hen-tryin.aspx

http://www.dozleng.com/updates/lofiv...hp/t11172.html

It would appear that 922582 was an optional for WINXP with SP2 and was
itself a cure for update problems(sounds familiar)
Quote-
Today we are announcing the availability of an update that does not address
a security vulnerability, but is a high priority for customers in keeping
their systems updated. The update addresses the following issue:
You may receive error code 0x80070002 when you try to update a computer
running on Microsoft Windows that has a minifilter-based application
installed. This error code could occur when updating using any of the
following Microsoft tools:

The rest is here -

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sec...ry/922582.mspx

AND

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922582#appliesto

I hope I have not sent you off on a wild goose chase, but it seems you are
at the 'clutching straws' time :-)To me it would appear that if you have one
of these minifilter-based applic installed you might need this update - if
you don't, then you don't need it.I think I might go into WU Home and stick
it in the Hidden Folder for the moment - at least it wont keep worrying you.

KB922582 does appear to be a barsteward to download let alone install.But as
it appears to be straw clutching time how about

1. DL to a disc on another machine

2. Try installing off line and with all security disabled and nothing
running in the background.

I wish you the very best of good fortune in your quest for a solution.

I had hoped MowGreen might have joined this one - it had him pulling his
hair out, judging by the posts :-)

Rgds

Antioch




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