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Windows vista ultimate not updating

Microsoft has released a cumulative update to resolve the majority of these technical issues for both the 32 and 64-bit versions of the Windows Vista operating system.

Although the Service Pack does not contain anything new to add to the operating system it does contain many performance enhancements and fixes to previously irritating problems.

Before you begin the link below tells you what you should do prior to installing the Vista service pack 1 Service Pack should automatically download via Windows Updates, with the download being between 60 and 435MB depending upon whether your machine currently has all of the latest Windows Updates.

In addition to failure to launch, one of the major symptoms of this vulnerability involves the corruption of the media library when running multiple instances of Windows Media Player (WMP) 11.

After re-opening WMP 11, your media library then appears to be empty until you re-scan your computer for media files.

Remember the 32 bit version will not update a 64 bit system and visa-versa; they are not interchangeable.

To check which System type you need click the Start button followed by Control Panel. When the view basic information about your computer window opens look at the system section.

When we checked if the Windows Update Service was running, we found that it was running. In this situation, you can solve the problem by deleting all the currently downloaded updates and retrying.

Sometimes an update gets corrupted and then Windows gets confused and thinks the service is no longer running.

Once you have deleted everything, go back to the Services dialog and right-click on the Windows Update service and choose Start.

All the files and folders will be re-created and hopefully you can start downloading updates for your PC.

Even running a standalone version of WMP 11 while running a Web browser that has an embedded WMP element can corrupt your media library.