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GTP (11-22-08, 03:51 AM)
I want to use system update, but I( keep getting an error hat says to enable
auto update in the services.msc.

When I enable that, and start the service, I get this script error, so I
can't get the latest MS updates. It points to this file.
res://C:\WINDOWS\System32\mmcndmgr.dll/views.htm

What do I need to do?

Thanks,
greg
Engel (11-22-08, 05:01 AM)
Hello Greg,

Test this WGA diagnose test, connection to MS, that scripts working.

Reboot
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For XP
Go ahead and download Dial--Fix.
<http://wiki.djlizard.net/Dial-a-fix>
Scroll down about 2/3 of the way to Download Dial--fix
Click the Double green checkmark and click Go.
Reboot
Try the
<http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/>
and D/L your updates
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AND OR

See if running this tool resolves the error in Vista:

AU Check (v78a)
<http://www.codeplex.com/aureset/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=17263>

Download and *save* it. After the download completes close all open
programs and browsers.

*** Temporarily disable the installed antivirus/security
suite/anti-malware/3rd party softwares. This includes all services nd
processes associated with them. Either consult the User Guide or the
manufacturer's web site to learn how this is accomplished.
You can use the following steps to Clean Boot Vista if the above task is
too complicated: How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean
boot in Windows Vista
<http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135>

*Enable* the native Vista firewall as the system must be connected to
the net when the tool runs so that it can downloaded needed updating
software components. ***

Now run au_check_v78a_codeplex.exe by *right* clicking it and choosing
'Run as administrator'. Allow it time to complete it's operation.
Restart the computer afterwards.

See if the system can update now.

I hope this post is helpful.

Let us know how it works ut.

???l
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"GTP" wrote:
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PA Bear [MS MVP] (11-22-08, 09:42 AM)
Start by stating your full Windows version (e.g., WinXP SP3; Vista SP1), as
you should always do when posting to this newsgroup.

There's a very strong possibility that you have a Vundo infection, which is
usually accompanied by ZLOB and/or SDBot infections, all of which are
protected by a rootkit.

1. See if you can download/run the MSRT manually:


2. Run this online scan (in safe mode w/networking, if need be):


3. Run additional checks for hijackware, including posting your hijackthis
log to an appropriate forum.

Checking for/Help with Hijackware











When all else fails, HijackThis v2.0.2
() is the preferred tool to use (in
conjuction with some other utilities). HijackThis will NOT fix anything on
its own, but it will help you to both identify and remove any
hijackware/spyware with assistance from an expert. **Post your log to
,
,
, or another appropriate forum for review
by an expert in such matters, not here.**

If the procedures look too complex - and there is no shame in admitting this
isn't your cup of tea - take the machine to a local, reputable and
independent (i.e., not BigBoxStoreUSA) computer repair shop.

==========================================

Start a free Windows Update support incident request:


Support for Windows Update:


For home users, no-charge support is available by calling 1-866-PCSAFETY in
the United States and in Canada or by contacting your local Microsoft
subsidiary. There is no-charge for support calls that are associated with
security updates.
tamunagordeziani1978 (07-12-14, 10:18 AM)
On Saturday, November 22, 2008 5:51:01 AM UTC+4, GTP wrote:
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visalhang76 (02-09-19, 11:32 AM)
On Saturday, 22 November 2008 08:51:01 UTC+7, GTP wrote:
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