|28 Jun 2011||#1|
I cannot install certain windows updates and IE9
My problem is that my current install of Windows 7 Professional 64bit (SP1) is partially corrupted. I cannot install certain windows updates and IE9, I have already done days of searching for answers with the errors I'm getting but it appears the only solution is to simply repair install or clean install.
When I originally attempted the repair install (following the guide on this forum) I ran into the exact same problem as the first poster,
Your current version of Windows is more recent than the version you are trying to upgrade to. Windows cannot complete the upgrade.
I have followed what was said in this thread, by slipstreaming SP1 into a new Windows 7 Pro disc which the process was successful, I now have a new DVD of Windows 7 Pro 64bit SP1. Unfortunately when I tried this new disc, I ran into the "exact" same error! apparently this version of Windows is newer than my slipstreamed SP1 disc!
I have completely ran out of ideas now, at the moment it looks like ill have no choice but to do a clean install which I have of course been avoiding. I really hope someone here can give me some advice to solve my problem of trying to do a repair install with this error message.
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|29 Jun 2011||#2|
Ta for moving the thread Brink!
The first thread doesn't make much sense now of course so ill just re-write some things here to make this problem more clearer.
Running Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit, (Student).
I have a problem installing certain windows updates, specifically;
If anyone can help with these errors that would be fantastic! But if the only way to solve this is a repair install I am happy with that, which that would bring me to explaining in more detail on what my first post is about.
I have attempted a repair install (following the guide here) which failed because it said the version of windows is newer on my PC. So, I slipstreamed SP1 into a new copy of my Windows 7 disc (also from a guide here) and that also failed with the same error, apparently my windows is still newer
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