Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by biju, Jun 15, 2012.
How to slove this error ..
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not working same problem
Struggling with same issue when I continue to get error code 80004002 when I use Windows Update from the control panel of my Vista Home Premium 64 bit computer.
my problem slove...my pc 64 bit support system..i am used always 32bit operating system...i am back 64bit...now every thing perfect...now all update ok...thanks all comments
its not because of 32 bit.. its because its a bad iso or virus.
ive enever had issues with 32 bit on 64 compatible hardware.
u have win 7 32bit original oem iso...can u give .....thanks
i am re format my pc 32 bit same problem...i am use ur give link ..iso...same problem updating error...change 32bit and reformat 64bit every thing perfect....
ur worng information brother
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im not wrong.. just your hardware is not right. (im not the noob around here)
i bet u did something wrong... have u tested ram with memtest?
Thanks ur great information...thanks
Windows update Agent
For any of you guys that haven't gotten it to work try updating your WUP Agent.
I was reading a article about how people were able to solve their problem for Windows update on Windows XP SP2.
Considering this says win 7 here.. It might help to check out the WUP agent on microsoft downloads or something.
Search for Windows update Agent Windows 7.
Since I am new here I cannot post links: Just search for "Windows Update 0x8024400A" with out quotes and its the second link down with the website named social technet microsoft ect.
Click on that and it talks about it
Disclaimer : Mind you.. I am not fully sure if this applies to Vista and up OS versions... They didn't speak of that on the forum thread I read; they only speak of having to do fresh installs of windows XP sp2 issues and such which I had to recently do.. apparently the WUP agent has been changed drastically on Microsoft's servers that the older versions no longer have access to the update servers now because they changed everything around.
Your 32 bit installation .iso program is suspected as being corrupt, which I tend to believe is the case too. Downloads are often corrupted, that's why several means to detect corruption are mentioned often on this forum. You'd be wise to download the 32 bit version again via links provided by this forum, make the HASH comparison as oft suggested and create a whole new installation media of your choice.