vista SP1 home

I followed the instructions on the Web site of microsoft to do a windows update for service pack 1, but even after updatind. I don't get service pack 1. How to do it

Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 service Pack is not available for installation via Windows Update
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/948343

How to obtain the latest Windows Vista service pack
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/935791/
Links: Download Windows Vista Service Pack 1

TaurArian [MVP] 2005-2010 - Update Services

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    I had Vista Home Premium SP2 race and now I have only blocks of service of the House of Premium.No. I tried to install SP1 via Windows Update.It takes about 20 seconds. Update history said he "succeeded" but when I look in "Installed updates" is not there. Since then I have "successfully" updated for SP1 20 + times and the only one available for me now (available on several occasions) updated is SP1. My last installed update was September 21. Although windows update history shows "successful" updated all the way up to 15 October.

    In the meantime I had went to the MS downloads site and found the stand-alone (936330 KB) version 5. I tried to install that and it seemed to work. For about 50 minutes. or so he worked there and then it is simply disappeared. Gone.No error message, nothing. I tried again and this time, it still seemed to work, but it has taken longer to disappear this time. After several other attempts, I gave up.

    Since then, I tried a fix to this. Unfortunately, as evidenced by this post, I had no luck. I hope that someone out there has thought about it. I'm reasonably computer literate. More technical it more it receives, but I learn constantly.

    I use a Dell Inspiron 1720, Vista Home Premium, Version 6.0.6000, 32-bit, x 86, circa 2008. Intel Core 2 Duo CPU T5750 @ 2.00 GHz 2000 mhz carrots 2, 2 logical processors.  2 hard drives @ 320 GB ea. BIOS A09, 11/07/2008. Ver.2.4 SMBIOS.

    I'm currently downloading a set of files to install vista home premium 32 bit x 86 with SP1. I hope that it will work. My other alternative is this Dell factory image restore point but I think it'd probably just in the same situation? Help.

    Hello

    I don't know why you have problems with standalones.

    This is the advice that we give the posters who have problems with Service Packs:

    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 which SP you have installed.

    Then, choose the download of 'bit' OK to use to install Service Packs, installation of SP1 first if it is not already installed.

    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

    This Information Microsoft can help you resolve problems that you encounter during the installation of Service Packs for Vista.

    http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/947366

    See you soon.

  • Help with Windows Vista SP1 download

    Hello

    I am a user of Windows Vista Home Basic Edition. My machine is running on 32-bit architecture. I want to upgrade to SP2, but it says that I should install SP1 before SP2. I downloaded a file on the microsoft site, but it gives an error message. Please give me the link to download Vista SP1 32-bit and also tell me what are the updates available for Windows Vista.

    Error code: 0 x 80070002. See http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=101139 for more details.

    Thank you

    Ankit chikh

    Hello

    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 which SP you have installed.

    Then, choose the download of 'bit' OK to use to install Service Packs, installation of SP1 first if it is not already installed.

    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

    This Information Microsoft can help you resolve problems that you encounter during the installation of Service Packs for Vista.

    http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/947366

    See you soon.

  • Repeated installation of Windows Vista SP1 in Windows Update and fake notification of successful Installation.

    I was using Windows Vista Home Basic 32 bit OS in my Dell Inspiron 1501. The operating system is preinstalled and Windows Update updated to SP2. But recently an unknown problem has occurred and my laptop cannot connect to the internet. As no reason was found, experts have advised the reinstallation of Windows Vista. I reinstalled Vista by running the operating system provided by Dell with my laptop DVD. The laptop started to connect to the internet normally.

    I started to receive an update to Windows Vista SP1. I installed it. Installation has suddenly didn't have that about five minutes and the computer also has not restarted several times on its own as expected. At the end of the Windows Update notification "Update" successful installation Update history shows also succeed installing SP1. However, I am receiving the same updated daily and installed in exactly in the same way with the same result. After installation, the Windows version does not display Windows Vista Home Basic SP1 but only Windows Vista Home Basic. What should I do?

    I had the same problem and it really irritated me. Even when you install SP1, and he says there are successful (takes like 1 sec inst) and you click on updates search is there once again. He said in the story who is has been installed, but is not there, when I tried to install SP2 maually it is said first install SP1, and then I tried to manually install SP1 and it says that I have already. But if you go to start > right click on 'computer' > properties it does not say you have SP1. So here's what I just did and now it worked and SP2 as well.

    When you click on the support link that he gave u get the ability to run a thing 'fixit '. That run. And it still didn't work. (read everything in the support page) Then I went on this link and ran the virus Hunter MS. Nothing was found, problem still there. so I ran again the file 'fixit '. (twice he said them that something was fixed.) then I restart my computer and tried to install the SP1 Setup again and it worked perfectly :) then SP2 and it worked as well manually. and he has actally took like an hour to install. maybe try, worked for me. lol, don't know what measures was unnecessary, but it worked. You can download the SP to install it manually, simply google "manually install SP1/2 for vista" or something and download it.
    Sorry for the bad grammar/spelling. In a hurry, lol. I hope that you manage!
    (if the link does not IE - http://www.microsoft.com/security/scanner/ )

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