Re: Need help with SP1 install problem
- From: Quiksilver <Quiksilver@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 07:00:17 -0700
I have done all that and still get error code 8024200D
Try pulling out and uninstall from Device Manager whatever hardware you do.
not need (USB k-board, mouse, BTooth devices, webcam, external USB ports,
sound-card etc); while in Dev Mgr see what hardware issues you might have
(yellow"!" sign). Check to have the latest BIOS and chipset drivers.
If this fails, uninstall programs that are incompatible w/ SP1 - check MS
site for a list of such programs.
"Quiksilver" <Quiksilver@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Still have not got a solution to this if anyone can help still pls
and yes I have been e-mailing the sp1 support who don't know or maybe just
It's same with my situation.
I think I'm getting desperate with Windows Vista, yet I've been
my OS twice since I bought this software! There is no support answering
"Pete in NM" wrote:
Here's my situation. I bought a custom gaming PC about a year ago and
with Vista Home Premium 32bit. Since SP1 was released, I've tried
times to install it both through Windows Update and manually but it
fails. I looked at the information in the Knowledgebase article about
error message I was getting and it suggested running a system scan
through the command line interface which I did. The utility said that
fixed some files but I had corrupted files that it was not able to
I went out and bought an upgrade version of Vista Home Premium that
contained SP1 thinking I could just upgrade it as a workaround. No
upgrade option is disabled unless you already have SP1 installed. It
only let me do a clean install. This brings me to my first question. If
the clean install, it's going to format my HD right? I'll have to
all my software?
My second question is, does anybody know how I can get SP1 to install
current installation? Any way to find and repair those supposedly
Thanks in advance