Cannot update Windows XP Pro after the reinstallation of the Message, the website has encountered a problem and cannot display the page you are trying to view. There is no error code displayed

Cannot update Windows XP Pro after the reinstallation of the Message, the website has encountered a problem and cannot display the page you are trying to view. The error number is 0x8024400A.

Should I turn off my Anti virus software is what could be stopping my updates? some sites would sugest that I use Kaspersky 2012, if that's the case, then why do all my other programs that are installed to date OK?

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Hello

Check your level of service current pack...

  • Hold down the Windows (between Ctrl and Alt) key and press Pause break
  • Examine what is listed in the system: section

If there is no service pack designated first level you must download SP2 from...

http://www.Microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&ID=28

.. .and then run the downloaded program to install SP2.

Once you have done this, or if you were already in service pack 1, 1a or 2, then install SP3 by downloading and running from...

http://www.Microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&ID=24

For both of the above, you can ignore the text that says it's for network installations and also ignore the text advising windows/microsoft update if a single update of a PC.

So try and get up-to-date with the Windows updates.

Tricky

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