Check the WindowsUpdate.log to see if this is the update that was
offered: How to read the Windowsupdate.log file
The most recent entries are towards the bottom of the WU.log.
Unless you've installed it previously, KB977864 should be showing as one
of the updates that was detected.
(KB977864) February 2010 Cumulative Update for Windows Media Center TV
Pack for Windows Vista
First try - Remove the proxy server entry from the WinHTTP proxy
" To remove the proxy server entry from the WinHTTP proxy configuration
for Windows Vista, follow these steps:
1. Click Start, and then type cmd in the Start Search box.
2. *Right-click* cmd.exe in the Programs list, and then click Run as
Note If you are prompted for an administrator password or
confirmation, type the password or click Continue.
3. Type the following command and then press Enter:
netsh winhttp show proxy
Note The proxy setting is listed next to Proxy Server. If there
is no proxy server, Direct Access <no proxy server> is shown in the
Command Prompt window.
4. To remove the listed proxy setting, type the following command
and then press Enter:
netsh winhttp reset proxy "
To close the Command Prompt window type
Open Windows Update in the Control Panel. Click the 'Check for updates'
link in the left frame. Can the system access the Update servers and
download the update now ?
"Security updates should *never* have *non-security content* prechecked
Lost_Soul O_o wrote:
> This is a problem I have been having, this morning I wanted to use the WMC
> (Windows Media Center) TV internet service, but when I launched it in WMC it
> said for me to update WMC. I used Windows Update to check but I encountered
> "ERROR 80072efd", with that I decided to manually update WMC.
> Now that is my problem, I can't find the update for WMC.
> I have Windows Vista Home premium 32-bit, unknown WMC version.
> I request simple and strait forward responses, and I do not wish to update
> to Windows 7.