Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I'm going to delete everything prior to 2012. Hard to say. There are some companies out there that are still struggling with 40gb drives and cannot afford to upgrade them or have the SoftwareDistribution folder hog the space. click site
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Edited by t0lkien Monday, January 16, 2012 6:58 AM Monday, January 16, 2012 6:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote The WinSXS can be safely deleted. You can search this forum for the keyword 'timeout' and find dozens of discussions of this condition. If you delete them, you will be unable to roll back updates. Regarding the WinSXS directory, it is full of files you may or may not require to run applications that were designed for an older operating system.
Please advise what to do? My point was that not even deleting the SoftwareDistribution folder is an appropriate methodology to repair Windows Update *except* in the very specific and well-known scenarios where diagnostic information demonstrates that Anything outside of those steps, I typically recommend reimaging the machine as any other troubleshooting will probably take more than 20 minutes, which is the time it takes to reimage a Windows 7 Update Error 0x80070003 A 250GB drive is $80 at BestBuy; even cheaper on eBay.
So far I have been able to install upates, both manually and using the Control Panel. Windows 7 Update Error 80070002 You've helped solve an issue that's been bugging me for more than a month and until now I'd been unable to find a remedy and one that was very easy to Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. Kindly help me Comment by Robin Paulose -- January 5, 2015 @ 9:42 am | Reply please follow below link http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971058 Comment by Rahul Patel -- January 5, 2015 @ 12:25
I think this topic is about a technical person living in his own world and real people trying to find answers in the real world. Windows 10 Update Error 0x80070002 Not a member? Totally blind since birth; Using #FireFox to read these articles. In fact, you can delete anything dated prior to June 28th. :-) But the other point is it seems Microsoft is being a bit sloppy in not doing a better job
I realize where you are coming from and if you were working for his company, you would do things differently. Clicking Here Actually, when the SYSVOL has less than 20% free space, it's a signficant issue. Windows Error 0x80070002 it worked!! Error 0x80070002 Windows 10 I couldn't find anything too wrong with anything he stated, as evangelistic as he is.
Thanks. get redirected here Furthermore, I was intrigued by your arrogance and decided to look up your credentials...impressed I am not. When a machine reaches the point that uninstalling a particular patch is not likely needed (because it broke something), or was installed so long ago (so is not practical to uninstall), Now I am a Senior Programmer/Analyst with a MS in Computer Science (woohoo) and I can tell you that when Windows 7 is using 80% or more of a 64GB SSD, Error Code 0x80070002 Windows 10
Ensure sure that your computer's date and time are correct. Everything seems to be running fine. Reply Oll Korrect Mar 27, 2015 @ 20:26:51 Hi there I too had a very stubborn Windows Update problem (error 0x80070003 / Win 8.1 Home), and was finally able to fix http://introbuilder.net/update-error/windows-error-update.php Sunday, November 20, 2011 12:27 PM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote No offense, but standard MS response to these issues seems to be similarly unhelpful.
I am still getting the same error code. Error Code 0x80070002 Windows 7 I definitely appreciated every part of it and i also have you bookmarked to check out new stuff in your site. Start Windows update service.
Reply lakonst Jul 21, 2013 @ 09:30:17 Boot Windows in Safe mode and then try the operation again. (Using all steps in Method 2). Reply XpanD Feb 24, 2014 @ 16:36:41 Your first method worked great for a machine I was setting up, thanks! If you installed the RTM version of Windows 7, and then applied a year-and-a-half worth of updates to the machine in 2 days, then a 1.3GB Download folder is **NORMAL** and Windows 10 Update Error 0x80070003 Every time I try to run it I get an error that states: "Installer encountered an error: 0x8007000d The data is invalid." Reply lakonst Dec 10, 2013 @ 18:16:16 Is your
To do that, type "net start wuauserv" Or go to this link: http://support.microsoft.com/Default.aspx?kbid=971058 Like this:Like Loading... There are some companies out there that are still struggling with 40gb drives and cannot afford to upgrade them or have the SoftwareDistribution folder hog the space. Thanks for the real answers chaps, stop service, delete folder, start service, jobs a good un. my review here Comment by Pratik Maheta -- December 17, 2008 @ 10:43 am | Reply Thank you for this invaluable advice.
Because the files have only been downloaded and not installed, you can safely delete them without worrying about harming other programs or files that contain your company's important data. Reply vicky Apr 21, 2015 @ 11:50:33 I am fed up with this error 0x80070002.. Saturday, July 07, 2012 11:49 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote My main reason for wanting to nuke it is the malware scan is taking forever Strictly speaking, Reply r.vasanth Jul 15, 2013 @ 08:27:28 microsoft fix it 50202 did a splendid job, Halleluiah!!!.
When the system in question has less than 1 GB of free space, that's a significant issue. Recent Comments News Posts on TWCNEvery Service on Windows 10 to get its own svchost.exe processMicrosoft to overhaul Windows Defender in Windows 10 Creators UpdateSurface helps Apple MacBook owners trade up Thanks in advance for your input. Yes.Lawrence Garvin, M.S., MCITP:EA, MCDBA, MCSA Principal/CTO, Onsite Technology Solutions, Houston, Texas Microsoft MVP - Software Distribution (2005-2012) My MVP Profile: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/Lawrence.Garvin Thursday, February 16, 2012 5:46 AM Reply | Quote
I think this topic is about a technical person living in his own world and real people trying to find answers in the real world.