RE: Error 0x80072EE2
After mucking around for about three days, reading all the KB's I could find
and fiddling with the firewall, trusted zones and countless other settings to
no avail, changing the MTU's via Speed Guide's TCP Optimiser nailed it in
about 30 secs of my time + a reboot.....
> "Happy GUy" wrote:
> > IT WORKS, I just changed my MTU to 1452 on my dlink router and whalah!!!
> > updates work. just wish i hadn't exchanged to brand new laptops to find this
> > out.
> > "Kraven" wrote:
> > > I just recently ran into the exact same problem. I've
> > > got a wireless network set up at home and tried to run
> > > Windows Update on both my notebook and desktop to no avail.
> > > After much searching and frustration, I finally tracked the
> > > culprit down. The problem wasn't with Windows, the problem
> > > lay with the router. I have a Dlink DI-624 router
> > > connecting to my DSL modem. After visiting the Dlink page
> > > and almost contacting customer support, I decided to try
> > > their troubleshooting page. It seems if you click on the
> > > WAN button in the router configuration menu, there is a
> > > small box at the bottom labelled "MTU". By default, the MTU
> > > is set to 1500. Per Dlink's instructions, I lowered that
> > > value to 1452 and, amazingly, Windows Update magically
> > > began working. I'm not sure if all routers will have this
> > > MTU setting, but hey, it's worth a shot. Hope this helps.
> > >
> > > >-----Original Message-----
> > > >Since getting the latest windows update software, I get
> > > this error (it is a
> > > >timeout error). I have made the adjustments; setting the
> > > advanced internet
> > > >options to use http 1.1, and http 1.1 through a proxy, as
> > > described in the
> > > >windows update troubleshooter, but still get the same
> > > error...it just takes
> > > >longer now.
> > > >
> > > >I would appreciate any feedback.
> > > >.
> > > >
> > >