Updates Windows XP Home Edition.Microsoft.

No number error but this message apears when I go to the update site:-"the website has encountered a problem and cannot display the page you are trying to view. The options provided below may help you solve the problem. Please help as the options did not help. Thank you for all the ideas that will be committed to fix the problem/s.

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Try this: how to reset the Windows Update settings?
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/971058

Otherwise FYI.

Error message when you try to install updates from the Windows Update Web site on a Windows XP-based computer: "Windows Update has encountered an error and cannot display the requested page.
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/914226

Error code when you use the Windows Update or Microsoft Update Web sites to install updates: "0x8024D00C."
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/958053

TaurArian [MVP] 2005-2010 - Update Services

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