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Windows 7: Windows 7 Update fails to update when running updates


14 Jul 2012   #1
AGB

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 
Windows 7 Update fails to update when running updates

After installing Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade on a new seagate 320 g hdd on a Toshiba L300 Laptop with 32 bit that had Vista with latest SP on a 120gb hdd.then installing the sp1, the windows updater will not download and install updates. As it was I had to manually download the sp1 to a flash drive from my desktop and put it on the laptop. No problems there, but was hoping it would solve the Update problem, but didn't. I get the "Fail" error codes. 1. 80070570 and 2. 8007001F. I have 52+ KB updates and not one of them will download and install. Called MS help and for two days they had me try different things. They even took control of the computer and couldn't figure it out. I checked memory and did a chkdsk on the new HDD. In desperation for trouble shooting I put the Vista HHD back in and ran updates with no problems at all then I reinstalled the 320 G HHD. I didn't have a BSOD at all. But I downloaded and installed Microsoft Security Essentials and when I did that I would get the BSOD for what ever reason. I had a hard time getting it uninstalled because as soon as you would start windows, within a few seconds I would get the BSOD. When I finally got the Security Essentials uninstalled the BSOD Went away. Have no Idea what one had to do with the other. I just want to get the updater to work. Any Help
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14 Jul 2012   #2

MS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
 
 

AGB,
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After installing Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade on a new seagate 320 g hdd on a Toshiba L300 Laptop with 32 bit
What???

That makes zero sense.

one thing at a time.

Which computer do you want to install Win 7 on?

Do you have license?

One license = 1 machine.
1 machine = 1 license.
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14 Jul 2012   #3

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Are you having problems downloading updates or installing them?
If only downloading fails.... download the patch from microsoft and try to install manually. Does that work?
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14 Jul 2012   #4

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Only service pack 1 fails or also other windows updates?
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14 Jul 2012   #5
AGB

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

I will try to rephrase: It is one computer. Old hard drive has Vista on it. Put in new larger capacity hard drive and custom installed Windows 7 HmPrm. After Installation and before installing SP1 the Windows updater would show updates available but wouldn't install. Keep getting error codes 80070570 and 8007001F. SP1 was one of the updates. I manually downloaded SP1 to a Flash drive from my desktop. Ran it on the Laptop. No problems. Thought it would take care of the updater but didn't. I tried installing several of the updates individually to see if it would install and wouldn't. After all that I installed Manually, Security essentials, and in the middle of running SE I got the BSOD. Uninstalled and didn't get the BSOD. I then reinstalled the HD with Vista to see what would happen. Ran updater from within vista and worked normally. No BSOD when running Sec Esent. Reinstalled HD with Windows 7 and returned to same problems.
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15 Jul 2012   #6

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So SP1 does install after downloading it manually. Others DON'T install after installing them manually. Correct?
What error when installing manually? error codes 80070570 and 8007001F then?
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15 Jul 2012   #7

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15 Jul 2012   #8

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
So SP1 does install after downloading it manually. Others DON'T install after installing them manually. Correct?
What error when installing manually? error codes 80070570 and 8007001F then?
80070570 means file not found, and 8007001F means "unknown error"

Does this happen by many windows updates you install MANUALLY?
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15 Jul 2012   #9
AGB

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

When I Installed SP1 from the flash drive I didn't get the error codes. Only when I tried to install it from the automatic updates which was before I did it from the flash drive. I have tried to do the other automatic updates one at a time and got the error codes. I haven't gone to the Microsoft sights to do manually yet. Just trying to find out why the automatic updates aren't working or if I am going to have to redo a format on the hard drive and do a fresh install again and hope it works. If I do the updates manually where do I find them at microsoft?
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15 Jul 2012   #10

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AGB View Post
When I Installed SP1 from the flash drive I didn't get the error codes. Only when I tried to install it from the automatic updates which was before I did it from the flash drive. I have tried to do the other automatic updates one at a time and got the error codes. I haven't gone to the Microsoft sights to do manually yet. Just trying to find out why the automatic updates aren't working or if I am going to have to redo a format on the hard drive and do a fresh install again and hope it works. If I do the updates manually where do I find them at microsoft?
First step in "windows update" is download them. Then install them. Is the error in the download step?

Try to install some updates manually
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