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Windows 7: KB970789 Install keeps failing

25 May 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
KB970789 Install keeps failing

Hi there...windows upgrade is trying to install the KB970789 hotfix, it downloads it but once it starts to install it, i get a window saying installation failed. Says "errors found: Code 800B0100"

Any ideas what's up?

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29 May 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

how can there be nothing online about this...am I the only one in the US that can't install this dumb update?
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29 May 2009   #3
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
 
 

Is this what you're referring to?
A folder that is created under the root of the system drive is missing entries in its security descriptor, which may cause some application failures on the English version of Windows 7 Release Candidate 32-bit Ultimate

The error code 800B0100 is because either your antivirus or firewall is blocking the update or preventing it from being installed.
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29 May 2009   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Yeah..that's the one...i never do whatever to get the "access denied" error people are getting without that update...so I prob dont need it..but rather just have all the updates installed.

I'll look into the firewall/antivirus thing...I never installed anything..just the Windows 7 defender and whatever for protection.
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01 Jan 2010   #5

Windows 7
 
 

Hi There,

I have been regularly updating my system & I see that I ALWAYS have the KB970789 update. I tried to install it with the AV off.. The problem is that IT INSTALLS EVERY TIME!. et, there is no log, & it appears the next time I try to update... I checked MS.. came to this: A folder that is created under the root of the system drive is missing entries in its security descriptor, which may cause some application failures on the English version of Windows 7 Release Candidate 32-bit Ultimate
It says:
Quote:
If you have already installed the operating system without formatting your drive, make sure that your settings are correct. To do this, run the following command from an elevated command prompt: Cd \
Icacls \

When you run the command, the following text should appear: \ BUILTIN\AdministratorsF)
BUILTIN\AdministratorsOI)(CI)(IO)(F)
NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEMF)
NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEMOI)(CI)(IO)(F)
BUILTIN\UsersOI)(CI)(RX)
NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated UsersOI)(CI)(IO)(M)
NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated UsersAD)
Mandatory Label\High Mandatory LevelOI)(NP)(IO)(NW)



If the text that appears differs from this text, and you have not previously made any other expected changes, you must install the hotfix.
I checked.. My command results were flawless.... could anyone help me with this?
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05 Jan 2010   #6

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,
 
 

The way it works is that if there is already a better update installed the new one won't install correctly but it will keep showing up.

You just need to click on the update to highlight in blue then right click and choose "hide update", it won't show up again after you do that.
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