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Edit: Well, now I've installed Got this problem too on a VM I'm setting up for IE8 testing for websites.This was happening even after patching to IE8 and SP3 manually. The guts of what is suggested is: This will download the fixit app to attempt to resolve the problem (note that it needs framework 2.0 so you can save time by pre-installing this).It is recommended you see the basic troubleshooting overview for your hardware device or software program.If you are having difficulties with a hardware device, see the basic troubleshooting overview for steps that can be taken to help resolve your hardware issues.In my case there were three areas that it fixed: Microsoft support has a KB related to this error KB836941 I have also seen this error and even with no changes, the updates work at a later time.
You’ll need to make sure you “uncheck” install updates as searching for updates is still non-functional at this point in time.
It's an AMD CPU, ECS Motherboard, 4GB RAM, 1GB Hitachi HD, a 400Watt PSU & a 1Gb/s NIC. When I got there, the site gave me errors about not being able to find itself or some ridiculous Micro Soft thing. Then I manually downloaded & installed IE 8 & some patches for it & rebooted. The next morning I looked & low & behold there were 150 updates downloaded & waiting for me to install. I've tried & tried a bunch of things to get passed this, but no matter what, I get the same error message & cannot install updates. Right now here are the things it says it can't fix: - Service registration is missing or corrupt- Windows Update error 0x800B0100(2013-12-09-T-12_35_38P)- Problems installing recent updates- Problems installing recent updates- Cryptographic service components are not registered If anyone would be so kind as to help me with some ideas on how to proceed or fix some of the above errors, I would REALLY appreciate it.
I did some searches that told me to manually download & installed Service Pack 3 for XP. NOR do they automatically show up as they did the other day.
I remember when I worked at a computer repair shop 6 or so years ago I encountered it on a lot of computers running Windows XP.
I never figured out how to fix it other than to do a reinstall of Windows.
No pressure, but I'm REALLY hoping someone here can help me with this.