|17 Jun 2012||#1|
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Windows 7 x64 Professional SP1 Fails 0X80073712
I know that there have been a number of threads attempting to solve an SP1 installation. I am certainly open to a new suggestion, but my practical question at this point is whether it is worth the continued effort to find a solution? I have not seen any symptoms that I am aware of (once I hide the update). Thoughts?
If you have a suggestion for how to resolve, I am all ears. This is what I've tried:
1) Automatic update
2) Stand-alone installer: windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe
3) Update fixer: Windows6.1-KB947821-v22-x64.msu
4) sfc /scanall
5) Clean boot install
The fixer and sfc do not return any problems. Similarly, the CheckSUR.log does not show any problems.
The sbs.log returns error messages that I cannot understand. E.g.:
SPI: (SPIRegQueryStringValue:700)Failed to query registry value: MiscString2 er=0x2
SPI: (CSystem::GetMachineName:395)Failed to query machine name from RAC hr=0x80070002
SPI: (CheckForPendingFlag:90)Failed to open component hive at C:\Windows\System32\config\components er=0x0
SPI: (SPIRegQueryDWORDValue:413)Failed to query registry value: ComponentsRemoved er=0x2
Thanks for any suggestions!
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