Microsoft Search Enhancement Pack installs. 0x6B2 error code.

My computer is repeatedly trying to install Microsoft Search Enhancement Pack, but it still fails. 0x6B2 error code. Windows XP Media Center SP3. How can I fill or stop attempts to update?

Hi Tom,

I suggest you to turn off all third-party services in following step sup 5 step 2 in method 2 of the article that I provided in the previous post.

Hope the helps of information.
Please post back and we do know.

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