Scan quickly goes to 100%


78f Error
824145 causes Scrolling Proplems
%1 from %2
0x800c0005 & 0x800c0008
0x80092026 or 0x800b0004
Access Denied Installing SP-2
Administrator Only
Active X needs to  be enabled
Cryptographic Services
Delete Update Uninstall files
Driver Updates
Force SP-2
Hang at 0%
Microsoft Update
Need Update again
Not a Valid Win 32
OE Removed access
Pay for patch?
Product Key Invalid
Quick to 100%
Service Pack Installation
Do not install SP-2
Update Loop
Windows XP Service Pack 2
You must be running


1. Go to Internet Options in the Control Panel:
Delete Cookies
Delete Files (check box "Delete all offline content")
Clear History
Perform Disk Cleanup:
Start/All Programs/Accessories/System Tools/Disk Cleanup
Check all boxes except "Compress Old Files"
Click OK and follow prompts.

2.  Set a language in Internet Explorer:
To check the language setting in Internet Explorer:
(1.) Click "Tools" and then select "Internet Options".
(2.) Click "Languages" button
(3.) Make sure at least one language is listed in the "Language Options" dialog box

3.  Check Date/Time (Look Closely, this is a major cause of update issues).
Also verify the computer is set to the correct Time Zone:
Double click Clock in Notification area (bottom right corner normally)
Click Time Zone tab.

4.  Follow the Windows Update Checklist


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