Fault Code 80244022

flavallee

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The recovery disc kit that you created contains not only the Windows 7 operating system, it contains all the ASUS-branded bloatware and apps that was placed in your laptop before you purchased it.

If you do have an .ISO file for Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit and can create a bootable install disc with it, you should be good to go.

1. Do a clean install.

2. Follow the install and update guide afterwards.

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znord737

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Frank, thank you for that information, late last night I discovered that after several trys using your advice the end result was I was nowhere and back where I started .
From Memory I never received a Factory Disk, the Win 7 Software was all loaded on when i got PC, was advised by ASUS when i purchased the POC that I made up a set of recovery disks to use in emergencies and it was with those disks that I reloaded or wound back from win 10 to win 7, one thing is that at when I did try to get the windows updates it churned on for 10 mins or more looking for update before the red screen came back with 80072EE2.
I believe I do have an ISO copy of the Windows 7 Programme if I can find it .That way I could do a complete clean install , and then follow your guidelines, maybe if I do the clean install it may totally fix the problem , what do you think?
Znord737
Frank further to the last update, I have searched high and low for a windows installation disk but could not find one, thinking back I believe that I never received a windows 7 Installation Disk. The O/S was already installed and I recollect being reminded every time I switched on the PC to make the 4 Windows Recovery Disks which I did so that convinced me that I never did receive a Windows Installation Disk.
I have in mind to download an ISO copy of Win 7 now that I have found one (Microsoft have taken their download for the Win 7 ISO off the web). In the interim I also managed to download a whole heap of MS Win 7 Updates from the MS Catalogue and things have improved somewhat however the Win Update is still not functioning . I had a look at the
Windows Update Log and came across this "Windows update could not be installed because of error 2148204809 "A certificate chain processed, but terminated in a root certificate which is not trusted by the trust provider." (Command line: ""C:\Windows\SysWOW64\wusa.exe" "C:\Users\Znord\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Low\Content.IE5\TJHEHPES\windows6.1-kb4523206-x64_c5d5005c02c76fc021c99d2d1d0c38ab7af87971[1].msu" ") What is your take on this report Frank ?
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flavallee

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The wusa.exe file is associated with Windows Update Standalone Installer.
I have no idea why your ASUS laptop is displaying that message.

Microsoft has not removed the download for the Windows 7 ISO file.
It requires you to enter a valid "Retail" product key.
It will not accept a valid "OEM" product key - which is what the COA sticker on your ASUS laptop has.

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one thing is that at when I did try to get the windows updates it churned on for 10 mins or more looking for update before the red screen came back with 80072EE2.
Error description:
0x80072EE2
WININET_E_TIMEOUT
The operation timed out
This error message can be caused if the computer isn't connected to Internet.
To fix this issue, following these steps:

make sure these URLs are not blocked:
http://.update.microsoft.com
https://.update.microsoft.com
http://download.windowsupdate.com

Additionally , you can take a network trace and see what is timing out.

it was only when I went to try and down load Win 7 Update that this 80244022 Fault Code appeared
Error description:
WU_E_PT_HTTP_STATUS_SERVICE_UNAVAIL
Same as HTTP status 503 - the service is temporarily overloaded.
Service unavailable.
The request is sent to an application pool that is currently stopped or that is currently disabled.
 

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