I tried to update my windows Explorer, but I get a message saying "Service Pack is not supported". When I try the link to get an update, it fails.
My e-mail link has a s aying of message that the system is no longer supported with a link to get an update. When I try the link, I get a message saying "Service Pack is not supported" with a link to get an update. When I try the link, it fails.
1 did you change on your computer before this problem?
2. update you are trying to install?
3 are. what email link you referring?
4. you receive an error message?
Follow the suggestions and see if it helps.
Run the system update readiness tool, and then check.
Description of the preparation tool system update for Windows Vista for Windows Server 2008, for Windows 7 and for Windows Server 2008 R2
You can reset the Windows Update components.
How to reset the Windows Update components?
Problems with installing updates
I have already installed SP1 and did all my updates. I don't know why, it always says that my service pack is not supported. I have windows vista. you will need to be upgraded since the Explorer 7 to ie8 or better.
Click Start > right click on computer > left click on properties > see if you have Vista 32 bit or Vista 64-bit installed.
It will also tell you here what Service Packs, if any, are already installed.
Then, choose the download of 'bit' OK to use to install Service Packs, first of all the installation of SP1.
Vista SP1 32-bit (x 86): http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30
Vista SP1 64-bit: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=21299
Vista SP2 32-bit (x 86): http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=16468
Vista SP2 64-bit: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17669
And if you have any problems:
There is a Forum that Microsoft has put in place for problems with Vista Service Packs. If repost you the Forum they will definitely try to help you here...
See you soon.
I tried and tried to install the updated Windows vista 32 bit service pack 1, but also try to update manually, however I continuously get the update error 80073712. I tried the scan tool update service, troubleshooting automatic on the Microsoft Support Web site, as well as research on the Microsoft Answers site for more assistance. However, I still have the same problem, then what else could be the cause so many dell used laptops for not updating this service pack. Either way, I haven't installed service pack 2 either, as I mentioned on some of the answers.
Microsoft says that the operating system is corrupt, so SP1 or SP2 fails. Follow this link for repair.
In addition, the article is ok, but he fails to mention that, after analysis of the Sfc runs, must complete the process.
It is, done Sfc, you must also type: CHKDSK C: /F agree to restart, type: EXIT
restart the pc... When the computer reboots, the repairs are installed/fixed, w/o this cmd, just retry the update is not
possible, installations/repairs, can take place only when the pc is restarted...
When windows starts the user name is not displayed, almost all programs do not work, or I get a message saying that they have permission to run the service, sometimes windows not loading some programs of initialization and I can't turn off the pc by using the start menu, when it arrives, sometimes everything works normally when I turn on the pc except of my antivirus (avast!) and firewall (comodo) , they are responsible, but avast! said that the service is disabled and when I him there is a message saying that he had ceased to maximize or in an inconsistent state and comodo said that the application of the agent is not running.
My Windows is XP Professional SP3.
Thanks in advance.
(Sorry for my English)
* original title - I have starting problems I've ever had and I can't find a TomTom.*
Salvation exodus REV,
You did it of any material changes or software on the computer before this problem?
I recommend you to uninstall Avast! & Comodo temporarily from Add / Remove Programs. Later, check to see if the problem persists.
To uninstall Avast!, you can use utility aswClear to uninstall Avast!.
For more information, refer to this link: Uninstall Utility
You can not install Comodo since Avast! has a built-in & antivirus firewall.
Hope the helps of information.
Please post back and we do know.
When I try to open firefox, the firefox message is already running on this computer I had a few times in the past, but it has become more common recently. I know that the application is not running. Thus, the only cure is to restart my computer then it's ok.
hoping someone can help kind regards Paul
Probably a process firefox.exe "hung."
I created a character of fuse
added to my library
update of Photoshop
found the character in the library
BUT the character poster in charge and I can't open
Hello! These features are only available in the new version of Photoshop 2015.1 CC which was published on 30 November 2015. You will need to update via the creative Cloud desktop application to get the last updated to recognize the type of file character 3D.
I write a question on behalf of a client. The client tries to download the Fix It tool: http://support.microsoft.com/mats/hardware_device_problems/
for its hardware problem Windows XP when it has encountered an error that the store does not apply to its system. According to the error current configuration of the computer system is not compatible. Windows XP was purchased from Dell.
The reason that the client downloaded the tool is because it can not use the TV as a monitor because exclamation point in device for VGA Manager.
Please help solve us this problem. Thank you.
- What is the full error message received when installing the tool on the computer fixit?
- The problem persists during the installation of any other tool fixit?
- Did you the latest changes on the computer?
For the exclamation mark next to VGA device is the Device Manager I would suggest that you manually download and install the latest driver for graphics card on the computer by visiting the card manufacturer's Web site and see if it helps.
How to manage devices in Windows XP
Original title: cannot install Windows Service Pack 2.
I tried to install Windows Service Pack 2 and you know how when you lock your laptop, it's how he like to appear. Service pack filed to install, so now have him, he said, 'Service Pack was not installed. Restoration of the changes. Do not turn off computer. "I'm not going to let me at all to connect to my computer... Alls for this is restarts by itself and when it turns on, it says the same thing. I already tried to remove the battery and leaving out the laptop for a little while and then when I put the battery in and re - turn on the laptop, it says the same thing and continues to do exactly the same thing and I'm getting really aggravated and crazy. Is there anyway that I can fix it without going through a computer technician?
Have you been able to successfully install the other updates?
If you have the Windows Vista installation disc, follow this link and check if the problem persists:
Hope the helps of information.
original title: error with ehshell.exe
I have Windows XP Media Center Edition Version 2002 with Service Pack 3 and I tried to run Media Center but I get an error message with ehshell.exe. Could you help me?
This problem exists since the 1st Media Center. SP2 and SP3 had a difficulty, but it is obvious that it doesn't always. The same problem still exists in Vista today with a lot of other carried over from XP. System restore would work, but you do not have any good restore points so reinstall an operating system seems to be your only option.
You probably don't want to do an OS reinstall you need for Media Center, but since it does not at all, you might want to play then remove the Media Center updates and or SP3 and reinstall them.
Original title: Powershell
My commputer won't allow updates. When I try the blue bar just continues to run. I tried to run Powershell, but it stops and says error has occurred. What should I do
1 - what you mean that you can not install Windows Update? If Yes, then the updates?
2 are. what Powershell you referring?
3. you receive an error message? If so, then post back the exact error message.
Answering these questions that could help us help you better. The following article could be useful if you are referring to the Windows updates.
Problems with installing updates
Tried to open the Excel spreadsheet in Sharepoint, but get the message "cannot open the window because it contains the following features that are not supported by Excel in the browser: sheet Protection.
I tried to open this Excel spreadsheet in Sharepoint and received the following message.
"Cannot open the window because it contains the following features that are not supported by Excel in the browser:
You want to try to open the message in Excel? »
Learn more about the unsupported features.
When I type 'Yes', I had then the second message.
"To open this workbook, your computer must have a version of Microsoft Excel is installed and your Web browser must support opening files directly from Excel in the browser".
What should I do?
Original title: sharepoint excel files
I have 64 bit explore. So I guess that the thought is that the error message was generated by the incoming file, as I have other files Excel I can access in Sharepoint with no problem? I sent the file Outlook e-mail and was able to open it with no problem at all. .
Thanks for the information,
Today, I took my laptop and that fixed it. They installed Windows 7 (I have problems with Windows 10). Now I'm adding all of my programs, and was told that I needed "Service Pack 1" installed. It shows that I have Windows 7 when I right click on computer and click Properties. I don't have Service Pack 1. When I go to Windows update, it says "Windows is up-to-date. But if I don't have Service Pack 1, how Windows Update? And how to fix this?
You can download a setup of Service Pack 1 offline:
Select the appropriate language, and then run the installation program
original title: Windows Update acts confused - kb955759 does not appear when I check the updates manually, but it appears with the yellow shield after you have enabled the automatic updates.
I just reset my CMOS settings, writing zeros for my hard drive, repartitioned, reformatted and used the recovery cd Gateway system to get my computer to Windows 98se - factory settings, except at the beginning of the recovery of the system, when it says "press any key for advanced options," I pressed a key and then I unchecked all the default (3rd party) applications including Norton and left only 2 checked: "Updated USB Hub" and "Windows Shutdown Supplement," while nothing has been installed, leaving only win98.
Then I used my disc XP Home (SP2) update. I, immediately after the upgrade to Windows XP, installed "Office XP with Frontpage, Developer Edition", then Norton 2012 before never connect to the internet.
Then, I connected to the internet and continuously update of Norton, before ever hitting the Windows Update page. The first thing I did then was to activate Windows, and then activate the office.
Then I hit the update of Windows "button" that says "get all your updates in one place... upgraded"Microsoft Update". I, then, just kept hitting the page update and restart, until I find the SP3. Then, I took a break, until the next day.
I have an ADSL broadband, with a Linksys EtherFast PCI card.
Then I got SP3, which installed without any problems.
So I just kept "microsoft continuous update" manually (and reboot), until there is no more updates - EXCEPT, I always uncheck Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool - which was the only screening at the final stop for the night. I think that I ticked the box "don't ask me about this update".
Then, in the morning, after you have enabled automatic updates, I noticed the yellow shield - Windows security icon (or whatever it's called), so I clicked on it and checked it was tellimg me was available [when I checked "Custom Install (advanced users)"]. What showed was 1 update - 955759 KB.
After the problem, already at the reformat (months and months), see the yellow shield telling me there are updates available, which were already installed (before rebooting), I checked manually on the internet with IE 8, pressing alt, "T", "U". There is no updated list. Then I checked through my history of update (twice), and KB955759 had not been installed.
My update setting is to let windows download ('important') updates, but let me choose when to install them.
What is the right - Windows Update (NO update important reporting) Site, or the yellow shield (reports [a] kb955759 [update])?
I can not yet confirm he is supposed to be an update for XP home kb955759, because I was unable to locate any detailed documentation on this 'thing' that protect the yellow safety seems to think is a significant update.
Comment 1: To my rquest, a moderator merged your thread in the Sub-forum Win7 updates with your wire in the Sub-forum of updates of Windows XP 20 Feb-12, c. 07:50 UTC.
Comment 2: If you will not contact the MS Support on this issue?
Just for the heck of it, I have disabled the automatic updates, cleared my browser cache, checked manually, updates from microsoft (windows) and found none (with the exception of software malware removal tool windows [which I have not installed]). Then, I turned the automatic updates on, and without even being connected to the internet, the yellow shield popped up with the kb955759 "update"...
2 after no. 1 above [<>], is the 'yellow shield' icon appears in the Notification area (on the left of your clock)? .. and if yes, by clicking on the 'yellow shield' icon tells you that KB955759 or any other updates is ready-to-be-installed? .. .and if so, you manage to install it?
3 after doing 1 # & #2 above [<>], is KB955759 or any other updates offered as a ready-to-install update when you go off your computer? .. .and if so, you manage to install it?
... I guess that clearing the browser cache does not erase 'downloaded' updates.
Nope. If you want to clear the queue of the update...
1. stop the automatic updates service:
Start > run > (type or copy/paste) services.msc > click OK
Double-click automatic updates > click stop
(Stopping the service will take a moment)
2 remove the contents of the download folder:
Start > run > (type or copy/paste) %windir%\SoftwareDistribution > click OK
Open the download folder and delete its content
Close the window.
3. start the automatic updates service:
Start > run > (type or copy/paste) services.msc > click OK
Double-click automatic updates > click Start
(Starting the service will take a moment)
1. open Internet Explorer (only!) to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910336 [don't know the titles, etc..]
2. make disappear/close the Troubleshooter automatically pop up.
3 repaired 50202 in DEFAULT modes and AGGRESSIVE. 
Does anyone know how to determine if software mailicious removal tool is installed on XP? [source ]
Check the located log file...
C:\Windows\Debug\ MRT. NEWSPAPER <>
... This leaves us with the malicious software removal tool don't appear not.
I guess I'll have to leave "auto-update" (I often have less than 65 M of free memory left and do not have enough memory to msrt) and don't assume no other current error. [source; 17 Aug-11]
It's no wonder that you ended up having to do a clean install of Win98SE & then upgrade to Windows XP again!
 full Disclosure: the difficulty operating in AGGRESSIVE mode will remove your update history but not updates installed in Add/Remove Programs list.
I have a digital signature, but when trying to install its software, it says "(Package of Installation not supported by the processor - it comes to i3)?
1. what software are you trying to install?
2 are. what digital signature you referring?
3. What is the brand and model of the computer?
4. you made any hardware or software comes to the computer before the show?
Also check out the links for more information:
What is a digital signature?
How can I decide that drivers are safe to install?
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My Word service pack download is blocked when trying to update a service pack for office
How can I stop it I have and not because of the upgrade for some reason, it does not?
You are able to install other updates to Windows?
You can follow the General troubleshooting steps that helps solve the problem of Windows Update.
Run the Windows Update troubleshooting tool.
If your computer is experiencing problems find and install updates of the operating system, try using a troubleshooting Windows Update tool to solve the problem. He makes sure your computer is connected to the Internet and checks to see if your network card and Windows Update services are running properly.
Please follow the steps below to run the Windows Update Troubleshooter.
(a) key Windows + W key set.
(b) write the Troubleshooting in this search field on the upper right.
(c) click the Troubleshooting option after the search.
(d) click the option show all present on the upper left.
(e) select Windows Update and follow the steps that are invited to perform troubleshooting.
You can download and install the update manually from the Download Center using the number of the update.
In addition, if the question is limited to the Microsoft office program then please ask your question the link desktop stand for better assistance.
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