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Win XP system automatically updates the event of failure often the solution

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In the following narrative are based on the Windows installed to c drive, for example, if the user will be Windows install to other partition, please find the text in the corresponding partition is mentioned in the folder and files.

When using WindowsUpdate encountered "CryptographicServiceError" error, and prompts "installation file could not be verified Update.inf, make sure that the system has started Cryptographic services."


① When you install SP1 when the above error. Click "Start → Settings → Control Panel → Administrative Tools → Services" in the "service" the right of the window to find "CryptographicServices" option, double-click it to open "Properties" window, its "Startup type" is set to "Automatic" (as shown). Should be noted that, "CryptographicServices" dependency "RemoteProcedureCall (RPC) service", if your RPC service is not enabled the service, then you can enable it. If the "Service" window can not be enabled, you can use the WindowsXP installation CD-ROM to start the computer, enter "Recovery Console", enter the command "EnableRPCSSService_Auto_Start" enable the RPC service.

If, after the above steps failed to resolve the problem, then the rest is click "Start → Run", type "cmd" to open a command prompt window after the carriage return, followed by running the following three commands:


renc: windowssystem32catroot2oldcatroot2


If it still not work, we can also remove the "c: windowssystem32catroot2" directory all the files, if the system prompts can not be deleted, you should delete it into safe mode.

At this point should be able to successfully upgrade. How, still does not work? Devoted to the issue then download the Microsoft patch release Q817287 bar!

② regular patch updates error. First, try the above solution, if the problem still not resolved, click the "Start → Run", type "cmd" to open a command prompt after the carriage window, run "netstartcryptsvc" command, then use the regsvr32 command followed by registration softpub.dll , wintrust.dll, initpki.dll, dssenh.dll, rsaenh.dl, gpkcsp.dll, sccbase.dll, slbcsp.dll, cryptdlg.dll. If the registered softpub.dll the format: "regsvr32softpub.dll".

When I use the WindowsUpdate encounter "ERROR643" or "ERROR126Thespecifiedmodulecouldnotbefound" (can not find the specified module)

Solution: The "ERROR643", we can open a command prompt window, run "del / qc: windowsSystem32Catroot2Edb.log" command to delete Edb.log this record has been updated data file, the system re-established, and then re-run WindowsUpdate.

"ERROR126" more common, we can open the WindowsSystem32catroot2 directory, delete all the files in the directory. If does not work, you can copy from the installation disk Cryptui.dll, Certcli.dll replace WindowsSystem32 file under the same name. If you are still an error, use the "regsvr32/u.dll" command to uninstall the "fault 2" referred to in the number of DLL files, restart your computer and then re-use "regsvr32xxx.dll" command to re-register them.

When using WindowsUpdate encountered "0x800A138F", "0x800C-0008", "0xC00CE55F" and other similar mistakes.

Solution: First, clear the IE temporary files folder, and then view your browser's security settings, in order to more easily solve the problem, temporarily set it to the lowest level. In IE, click "Options → Internet Options", then "Internet Properties" window to switch to the "Content" tab, click "Clear SSL state", select "Automatic" to complete, in the pop-up window click "Clear Forms" and "Clear Passwords." Then switch to the "Advanced" tab, make sure that "Use SSL2.0" and "use SSL3.0" 2, clear the "Check for server certificate revocation" option.

Then check your system time settings are correct, check whether the system is opened 443 ports, delete the C: programFilesWindowsupdate directory and C: ProgramFilesWindowsupdateV4 directory of all files.

Check your IE whether to adopt a 128-bit digital encryption method is in the IE "About" window in the view, if not you need to re-install IE.

View System's Host Files, Host file location is: C: WINDOWSSYSTEM32DRIVERSetc (WindowsXP), C: WINNTSYSTEM32DRIVERSetc (Windows2000), C: WindowsHosts (Windows98), see inside if there "Akamai", "Microsoft" word of the line, if there is Remove the line.

Open the WindowsUpdate later, press the "Install Now" button to accept the "User Agreement", the download stalled.

Solution: Open the C: Windowssystem32inf directory (note that the directory is hidden directory), find IE.inf, right-click the file, select "Install." If the failure can not be resolved, to the http://download.microsoft.com/download/msninvestor/patch/1.0/win98/en-us/mcrepair.exe download the patch. Then copy the C: WindowsSystem directory Asycfilt.dll, Oleaut32.dll, Olepro32.dll, Stdole2.tlb 3 files to C++ root directory, run the downloaded Mcrepair.exe file, run finished restart your computer, the above copy the file to C: WindowsSystem covered under the same name.

Using WindowsUpdate, when a sudden power failure, once again, when prompted to update the already downloaded patch, can not be updated.

Solution: Windows temporary files when the update on the C: WUTemp directory, locate the directory inside the patch file manually installed and installed again using WindowsUpdate to update. If the fault persists, try to WUTemp directory delete, and delete the C: ProgramFilesWindowsUpdatewuhistv3.log document (which records the history WindowsUpdate installed), can be updated again using WindowsUpdate.

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