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~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
MS MVP-Windows (IE, OE, Security, Shell/User)
AumHa VSOP & Admin; DTS-L.net
> Hi ho
> I've got Windows Vista (no service pack), and I'm having some problems
> my automatic update. It often stops at 0%, or sometimes even just at a
> random percentage, while downloading. I once kept him going for hours, but
> he still was at the same percentage.
> Now I actually succeeded downloading most automatic updates, by
> Sporadicly it goes to 100% in no time after restarting, and finishes the
> But now I've got a problem. It doesn't start automatically anymore, but
> he has 13 new updates (and one optional). This includes SP3 for MS Office
> 2003, SP1 for MS Office 2007, and many important security updates. The
> optional one is nVidia Video Geforce 8600M GT. He gives me a list of all
> updates instead of starting right away. Anyway, this doesn't really
> because when I tell him to install the updates, he starts downloading
> but doesn't ever go further than 0%.
> I can give you some update log if you want. I don't post it now because I
> don't know if there's anything private in that update log (like
> authentication code or so).