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Old 12-15-2008
flipcyde
 

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"WindowsUpdate_80244019" error message
I'm currently running Windows Vista Home Premium. I had completely restored
my computer because of a virus/spyware infection. Before the restore, I had
SP1 installed but it was completely deleted afterwards. Everything seemed
fine but when I tried running windows update, I received "Windows Update
80244019" error. I researched it in the forum and the closest thing I could
come up with is that I still have the infection. If anyone can help me out
with this, I would greatly appreciate it.
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Old 12-15-2008
PA Bear [MS MVP]
 

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Re: "WindowsUpdate_80244019" error message
How did you "completely restore" your computer? Did you format & reinstall
Vista?

Is the machine-in-question on a network with other computers? Do you
connect via a router? If so and if you're dealing with a DNS.Changer
infection, (1) all networked computers (if any) will have to be disconnected
from the network & router and cleaned-up; then (2) the router may need to be
either Reset or Reinstalled before any of the machine(s) is/are reconnected.

Otherwise, see this archived discussion about the error:
http://groups.google.com/group/micro...6d3f6e0c901d2d
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flipcyde wrote:
> I'm currently running Windows Vista Home Premium. I had completely
> restored
> my computer because of a virus/spyware infection. Before the restore, I
> had
> SP1 installed but it was completely deleted afterwards. Everything seemed
> fine but when I tried running windows update, I received "Windows Update
> 80244019" error. I researched it in the forum and the closest thing I
> could
> come up with is that I still have the infection. If anyone can help me
> out
> with this, I would greatly appreciate it.


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