SE 8024008 error when you try to update Windows Vista 32 Service Pack 1 to Service Pack 2


This Dell Inspiron notebook running Windows Vista 32-bit Service Pack 1 and Windows Vista stopped editing about a year ago.  I just got the Service of update to start working again, a sort of...
However, when I tried to update to Service Pack 2, it gave me error 80246008 and when I tried the link to fix, Services did not show the background BITS Intelligent Transfer Service () in respect of the services, so I followed the suggestions of Jose Antonio Ponton Posada CEO and tried the repair tool valid my Windows Vista 32 BIT and run the tool , but he said that repair BITS is not required on this computer.
I checked the State of the Windows event log, and it was running.
Please tell us how can I update Windows Vista Service Pack 1 running on this computer for the current Service Pack.
Thank you

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