wimdows upadate error 8024402c

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plexor

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My operating system is windows7. I am now hindered by windows update error 8024402c. I ran the windows update repair and it seems the main problem is " service registration is missing or corrupt". I have always downloaded all updates with no problems until now. Your help would be sincerely appreciated!
 

plexor

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went to Microsoft download center:
Downloaded:
SYSTEM UPDATE READINESS tOOL FOR WINDOWS 7 FOR X64 BASED SYSTEMS (KB947821)


IT WORKED!!!! ALL 16 UPDATES DOWNLAOADED AND INSTALLED!!! I HOPE THIS HELPS SOME OF YOU OUT THERE THAT GOT THE ERROR CODE 8024402C AND WERE TOLD YOUR SERVICE REGISTRATION IS MISSING OR CORRUPT.
 

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Thanks for posting that solution. :)

As you said it should help others with a similar problem.
 

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vemutech


I have tried that approach and it didn't solve my error problem. Of course, everyone's windows update situation can be different. I tried every windows 7 "fix" and always came up just as frustrated. The download that I posted above "plexor", describes this very problem and has worked flawlessly "for me" as of this reply date.I share everybody's frustration on this matter and it is my hope that it will help someone with the same problem.


Sincerely, Plexor
 
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