Now, automatic updates seem to be working though, so I guess that's good enough –Earlz Aug 18 '12 at 19:21 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Fresh install of Microsoft does it again, botches KB 2992611 SChannel patch on IDG Answers How to fix problem with document cache in Microsoft Office? It is downloading updates,now. The update will install successfully but you may notice that Windows Update will continue to loop while searching for updates. have a peek here
Nothing is being repaired. share|improve this answer edited Jan 11 '14 at 3:42 Journeyman Geek♦ 93.2k29171291 answered Dec 22 '13 at 20:31 Fiasco Labs 5,47211429 See answer by @MrFridey as this is a It sure would be nice if updates happened automatically, but, with only 4 more updates ahead of us, I don't see this as much of a problem... I never figured out how to fix it other than to do a reinstall of Windows. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/883614
Barry, #9 2013/11/02 James Martin Geek Member Joined: 2003/05/15 Messages: 2,414 Likes Received: 73 Trophy Points: 493 Location: North Carolina Computer Experience: e-Machine mechanic Barry said: ↑ It downloaded 163 updates, I ma using Windows XP Professional. Windows XP SP2 has dead components that need to be replaced and a root cert list that's mostly expired Windows XP uses IE6 which is long dead and it's rotten stinking share|improve this answer answered Aug 18 '12 at 18:56 ahmed 1,58941318 I installed IE8 and that doesn't help any.
Ask a question Members get more answers than anonymous users. I recommend installing the updates in order; some updates are required to be installed before you can move on to the next update. Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription. 0x80072eff Windows Xp Windows Update Agent 3.0: Install Windows Update Agent 3.0.
Barry, #17 2013/11/09 James Martin Geek Member Joined: 2003/05/15 Messages: 2,414 Likes Received: 73 Trophy Points: 493 Location: North Carolina Computer Experience: e-Machine mechanic Barry, look at my XP thread here Wish I had your list today. The rest are getting DBANned from existence and sent to eCycle. http://blog.dabasinskas.net/solving-the-website-has-encountered-a-problem-and-cannot-display-the-page-you-are-trying-to-view-the-options-provided-below-might-help-you-solve-the-problem-windows-update-error/ Please try the request again.
Everything was working fine here, so I was sure the problem is with this specific computer. Error Code 80244019 Can anyone email me with any help please and its driving me mad!!! After applying all these, you might have to go muck with one of the fixit's out there for Windows Update issues, don't bother beforehand because you're attempting to fix the unfixable. Do I have to go and register all the .dll files the same as there are quite a few?
I got a little behind. 30 updates made me search for a solution. her latest blog Being a member gives you additional options. The Website Has Encountered A Problem Windows Update Server 2003 You can usually go to MS Updates from the BA page. Windows Update Error 0x80072eff The problem was that when I had pressed either “Custom” or “Express”, Windows Update page showed me the following error with the error code 0xC80003FA: The website has encountered a problem
more of a curiosity. Ever since I, in january 2011, installed XP Professional SP3, it has worked well. Could not register the wups2.dll file either as directed but updating windows finally at this moment!!!!!! Starting on Nov. 18, some Server 2003, Windows Home Server 2003, and Windows XP SP3 machines suddenly refused to connect to Microsoft Update.
share|improve this answer answered Nov 5 '13 at 19:16 user269718 111 Back in November this was a definite way of fixing the problem. retiredlearner, #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next > Share This Page Tweet Log in with The options provided below might help you solve the problem. http://devstude.net/windows-update/windows-update-services-encountered-an-error.php This was happening even after patching to IE8 and SP3 manually.
If that’s the case you can proceed with the next set of updates. I have tried everything and I just dont know what else it can be.