RE: error 0x8009310B
Patricia, you a genius! Updates are working now. I have another problem on
another machine. Maybe you have an idea. It's running XP pro. No logon or
logoff sounds. This started after a virus from a bad site. I cleaned the
computer and did a repair install but no sounds. The system sounds are in
\windows\media and all play manually. All the other sounds work fine. I've
tried checking the beep on errors box in Tweakui and all the fixes from
Kelly's site. Any ideas would be most appreciated.
Thanks for your post.
> 1.Click on start. choose run
> 2. In the open box, type SIGVERIF
> 3.Click o.k
> 4. Click on 'Advanced' button and select. Look for other files that are not
> digitally signed
> 5.In the "Look in this folder" box, click on the browse button and point to
> the folder C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CATROOT
> 6. Check 'include subfolders'
> 7.click ok and then click on start.
> 8.Once the scan is complete a window will appear with a list of unsigned files
> DO NOT CLOSE THIS BOX
> Now you have to create a temp folder on your desktop.
> NEXT STEPS..
> 1.Go into my computer click on local disk (C)
> 2. Click on windows
> 3.Click on system32
> 4.Click on catroot
> 5.Click on any folders there and now comes the tricky part.
> The Box that you first opened the one I said not to exit from all the files
> that are in that box must be taken frome the folder last opened and
> transferred to the temp folder on your desktop. make sure you transfer only
> the files stated in the first box.
> If you understand this ok if not let me know.
> Now you can go into Windows update and download, the issue should be resolved.
> DONT ASK ME WHAT TO DO WITH THE TEMP FOLDER. JUST KEEP IT ON YOUR DESKTOP