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Old 11-13-2008
Jacob
 

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Problem updating XP proffessional
when I try to install updates on my computer I get the error 80070002
everywhere.
I noticed that when I update it opens folders in the local disk D:\\ and
I've had problems with it in the past. I tried the help that microsoft
offers, didn't work.
Does anybody know how perheps I can change the place to which the updates
are downloaded? or some other solution?

thanks.
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Old 11-13-2008
Kayman
 

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Re: Problem updating XP proffessional
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 21:02:01 -0800, Jacob wrote:

> when I try to install updates on my computer I get the error 80070002
> everywhere.
> I noticed that when I update it opens folders in the local disk D:\\ and
> I've had problems with it in the past. I tried the help that microsoft
> offers, didn't work.
> Does anybody know how perheps I can change the place to which the updates
> are downloaded? or some other solution?


Google for: 80070002
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Old 11-13-2008
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Re: Problem updating XP proffessional
Next step - To contact Microsoft for support issues, visit the International
Support Web site:
https://support.microsoft.com/common/international.aspx
To make sure you receive the appropriate support information for your
location, select your region setting from the list and then click the arrow
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"Jacob" <Jacob@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> when I try to install updates on my computer I get the error 80070002
> everywhere.
> I noticed that when I update it opens folders in the local disk D:\\ and
> I've had problems with it in the past. I tried the help that microsoft
> offers, didn't work.
> Does anybody know how perheps I can change the place to which the updates
> are downloaded? or some other solution?
>
> thanks.



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