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  #1  
Old September 16th 04, 04:07 PM
Patty
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it wont
download the update, its still at 0%. I can't remember
what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty
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  #2  
Old September 16th 04, 04:16 PM
Carey Frisch [MVP]
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

Windows Update Is Not Installed
http://support.microsoft.com/default...9&Product=wupd

The installation of an update from Windows Update unexpectedly stops at zero percent
http://support.microsoft.com/default...4&Product=wupd

You cannot install some updates or programs
http://support.microsoft.com/default...8&Product=wupd

--
Carey Frisch
Microsoft MVP
Windows XP - Shell/User

Be Smart! Protect Your PC!
http://www.microsoft.com/athome/secu...t/default.aspx

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"Patty" wrote:

| I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it wont
| download the update, its still at 0%. I can't remember
| what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty
  #3  
Old September 16th 04, 04:40 PM
Julian
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

hi, there. let me know if you're able to get it working.
i have the same problem...i cant even click on the icon
to stop it or close it, whatever. my post is just a
couple posts before yours.
-----Original Message-----
I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it wont
download the update, its still at 0%. I can't remember
what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty
.

  #4  
Old September 16th 04, 04:53 PM
Patty
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

Okay I will, I am on aol . Patty
-----Original Message-----
hi, there. let me know if you're able to get it working.
i have the same problem...i cant even click on the icon
to stop it or close it, whatever. my post is just a
couple posts before yours.
-----Original Message-----
I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it wont
download the update, its still at 0%. I can't remember
what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty
.

.

  #5  
Old September 16th 04, 05:10 PM
Julian
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

Hi, again. if your problem sounds something like this...

(...Three days ago the MS update icon appeared at the
bottom right of the Windows (XP Pro) taskbar. I'm used
to this happening as I have my browser set to
automatically accept MS updates. However, it has stayed
there for the past three days and always indicates
"Downloading updates: 0%". Is there a way to get rid of
the icon?)...

then try out this solution.

http://v5.windowsupdate.microsoft.co...umer/showartic
le.aspx?articleid=11&ln=en

i dont know if it'll work, but let me know. thanks.


-----Original Message-----
Okay I will, I am on aol . Patty
-----Original Message-----
hi, there. let me know if you're able to get it

working.
i have the same problem...i cant even click on the icon
to stop it or close it, whatever. my post is just a
couple posts before yours.
-----Original Message-----
I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it wont
download the update, its still at 0%. I can't remember
what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty
.

.

.

  #6  
Old September 16th 04, 05:12 PM
Patty
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

I did go to the Windows Update website and the only
update it says I need is the SP2 and I dont want it. Do
you know how I can find out what update I clicked to
install cause the sp2 might be another update and might
not be why my windows update is stuck on 0%. Thanks Patty
-----Original Message-----
Windows Update Is Not Installed
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-

us;811269&Product=wupd

The installation of an update from Windows Update

unexpectedly stops at zero percent
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-

us;836924&Product=wupd

You cannot install some updates or programs
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-

us;822798&Product=wupd

--
Carey Frisch
Microsoft MVP
Windows XP - Shell/User

Be Smart! Protect Your PC!
http://www.microsoft.com/athome/secu...rotect/default.

aspx

---------------------------------------------------------

-----------------

"Patty" wrote:

| I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it wont
| download the update, its still at 0%. I can't remember
| what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty
.

  #7  
Old September 16th 04, 05:19 PM
Patty
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

No Im not getting any error codes. Do you know how i can
check on my pc to find out what windows download i
clicked to install because that is the program that wont
download and stuck on 0%. I still havent found a
solution. I did go the windows update and the only update
that I need is the sp2 but, I dont think is the update i
accepted to install a few days ago. Thanks Patty
-----Original Message-----
Hi, again. if your problem sounds something like this...

(...Three days ago the MS update icon appeared at the
bottom right of the Windows (XP Pro) taskbar. I'm used
to this happening as I have my browser set to
automatically accept MS updates. However, it has stayed
there for the past three days and always indicates
"Downloading updates: 0%". Is there a way to get rid of
the icon?)...

then try out this solution.

http://v5.windowsupdate.microsoft.co...sumer/showarti

c
le.aspx?articleid=11&ln=en

i dont know if it'll work, but let me know. thanks.


-----Original Message-----
Okay I will, I am on aol . Patty
-----Original Message-----
hi, there. let me know if you're able to get it

working.
i have the same problem...i cant even click on the

icon
to stop it or close it, whatever. my post is just a
couple posts before yours.
-----Original Message-----
I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it wont
download the update, its still at 0%. I can't

remember
what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty
.

.

.

.

  #8  
Old September 16th 04, 05:48 PM
Patty
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Default Found Problem--Thank You

I just wanted to let you know I did solve my problem.
Maybe it will help you "Julian" (I hope). I clicked to
install the sp2 update I had and then cancelled it and
that took the windows download icon off my taskbar. What
happens is that I get the updates on aol and always have
but, something with the new aol 9.0 (I think) I have will
install the updates from windows but, wont download them.
I have to go to the windows website to actually download
them. Hope this helps.

Patty


-----Original Message-----
Hi, again. if your problem sounds something like this...

(...Three days ago the MS update icon appeared at the
bottom right of the Windows (XP Pro) taskbar. I'm used
to this happening as I have my browser set to
automatically accept MS updates. However, it has stayed
there for the past three days and always indicates
"Downloading updates: 0%". Is there a way to get rid of
the icon?)...

then try out this solution.

http://v5.windowsupdate.microsoft.co...sumer/showarti

c
le.aspx?articleid=11&ln=en

i dont know if it'll work, but let me know. thanks.


-----Original Message-----
Okay I will, I am on aol . Patty
-----Original Message-----
hi, there. let me know if you're able to get it

working.
i have the same problem...i cant even click on the

icon
to stop it or close it, whatever. my post is just a
couple posts before yours.
-----Original Message-----
I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it wont
download the update, its still at 0%. I can't

remember
what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty
.

.

.

.

  #9  
Old September 16th 04, 06:10 PM
Julian
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

Hmm...sorry, but i'm at a loss. i dont use aol(other than
AIM), so i doubt my problem was caused by AOL installing
updates or whatever. another thing is that i already have
sp2...my system is pretty much up to date. so i'll keep
researching. PS, did you delete out the folders mentioned
in the link??

-----Original Message-----
No Im not getting any error codes. Do you know how i can
check on my pc to find out what windows download i
clicked to install because that is the program that wont
download and stuck on 0%. I still havent found a
solution. I did go the windows update and the only

update
that I need is the sp2 but, I dont think is the update i
accepted to install a few days ago. Thanks Patty
-----Original Message-----
Hi, again. if your problem sounds something like this...

(...Three days ago the MS update icon appeared at the
bottom right of the Windows (XP Pro) taskbar. I'm used
to this happening as I have my browser set to
automatically accept MS updates. However, it has

stayed
there for the past three days and always indicates
"Downloading updates: 0%". Is there a way to get rid

of
the icon?)...

then try out this solution.

http://v5.windowsupdate.microsoft.co...nsumer/showart

i
c
le.aspx?articleid=11&ln=en

i dont know if it'll work, but let me know. thanks.


-----Original Message-----
Okay I will, I am on aol . Patty
-----Original Message-----
hi, there. let me know if you're able to get it

working.
i have the same problem...i cant even click on the

icon
to stop it or close it, whatever. my post is just a
couple posts before yours.
-----Original Message-----
I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it

wont
download the update, its still at 0%. I can't

remember
what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty
.

.

.

.

.

  #10  
Old November 2nd 06, 03:02 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
Julie A. Knotts
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

I can't download updates need someone to help remotely please
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Julie A. Knotts


"Patty" wrote:

I have the Windows Update on my Icon tray and it wont
download the update, its still at 0%. I can't remember
what it was for. How do I fix it? HELPPP Thanks Patty

  #11  
Old May 5th 14, 08:05 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
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Default Windows XP Update Icon 0% Won't Download

Hey i have faced the same problem but i resolved the problem with the help of this link.

http://www.microsoftsupportchat.com/...-stuck-downloa...
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Old May 5th 14, 03:21 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
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wrote:
Hey i have faced the same problem but i resolved the problem with the help of this link.

http://www.microsoftsupportchat.com/...-stuck-downloa...


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