Re: Repeated downloads of the same updates
Please start a new thread. Let us know what operating system you've got, what
service pack is installed, and which update is repeatedly installing.
> Wow - I guess I'mlucky I've only just now been experiencing this issue - I
> had no idea it was this old. I called the free microsoft number for security
> issues and had a worthless 49 min. call (AFTER the 30in. wait) with a guy who
> told me to rename my msxml4.dll file as msxml4.old. Then, I was to reboot
> and that would solve my problems- and he hung up. Naturally, it didn't.
> When I found the instructions at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927978/, I
> did that (like you suggested) - but it isn't version 4.20.9841.0 like I was
> informed it should be. I can't seem to find that version. Any ideas?
> "MowGreen [MVP]" wrote:
>> There will be an msxml4 log file in each randomly named folder that is
>> generated for every attempted installation of KB927978.
>> Find the latest randomly named folder and post the END of that log,
>> please. It should contain an error code or reference a subkey in the
>> registry from whence the Windows installer error is emanating from.
>> OR, open the Event Viewer by going to Start > Run > type in
>> Click OK
>> Click on Application in the left frame and look for Errors in the right
>> frame. Look for Errors with the Source being MsiInstaller.
>> There should be a few MsiInstaller entries in a row. Double click on
>> them to bring up the specific entry. IF one of them contains an error
>> code or points to a registry setting that is denying the installation,
>> then click the file icon right under the up and down arrows to copy it
>> to the clipboard.
>> Post it in your next reply, please.
>> MowGreen [MVP 2003-2007]
>> *-343-* FDNY
>> Never Forgotten
>> Kristian Boe wrote:
>>> Sorry - Guy's but your fix don't work for me. I don't have either KB927978 or
>>> KB925672 listed and still I get a Windows installer error - pls. I you have
>>> an idear I'm all ears - thanks