Problems updating windows vista service pack 1

15-Jun-2017 20:11 by 6 Comments

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I did a clean install of Windows Vista Business Service Pack 2 64bit iso on my desktop computer.I have activated windows and passed genuine validation.

The only solution I found was to reset Windows Mobile.

I've let my Vista Home Premium x32 run for 36 hours on Windows Update and zero/zip/nada. Worse, Windows Update drives svchost memory use up to 650,00-729,000 !

Worse, Windows Update drives svchost memory use up to 650,00-729,000 ! I've tried the MS "fixit" both normal and aggressive modes - no joy. see: »[WIN7] MS updates taking too long While I can't and don't know if the root cause is the same or not, I think it is not unreasonable to assume that the issue has the same root cause, and the same or comparable KBs can fix the issue.

Microsoft suspended the automatic distribution of this update.

I installed this update before, but I didn't experience this problem.

So it seems like this issue is not as bad as it seemed at first.

KB949358 has details on how to solve this problem if you are affected.I've tried the MS "fixit" both normal and aggressive modes - no joy. I realize this thread is from April 2016, but wondering if anyone has any suggestions, please ? Start with KB949104 and KB3102810 to see if there's a Vista version -- if they don't help, install the Vista versions of other KBs mentioned in there if you don't have them already. It IS something which MS did (or failed to do) for/to paying customers of older Windows versions.I realize this thread is from April 2016, but wondering if anyone has any suggestions, please ? I set Vista to automatically download updates (but allow me to decide when to install). Whether they reduced priority of their update servers for the older Windows versions, did something to the those versions themselves on end-users' computers thru earlier Windows updates, or both, we can be sure that MS did SOMETHING.It is in their own interest to have done so, and that is enough evidence for ME. That, coupled with FUDD (Fear, Uncertainly, Deception, and Doubt) tactics by MS about what might happen to our computers if we stay with what we have and do nothing, is intended by MS to nudge users to spend more of our hard-earned good money on either Windows 10 and/or on new PCs already containing 10.My Vista box has been displaying 57 MB of updates available for over a week, and after leaving it to "update" for over 36 hours, they finally downloaded and installed successfully.Milo reports that some systems with SP1 crash when attempting to wake up their PC from sleep mode.