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Windows 2000 update error 0x800A0007

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by yoggle635, Oct 20, 2003.

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  1. yoggle635

    yoggle635 Thread Starter

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    I am having a problem on five our computers. When I click on Windows update (using Windows 2000), I get the error message 0x800A0007. I have researched that error and have found it to be due to low memory issues. I do not see how that could be possible. These are new machines running 512 MB Ram. If anyone has encountered a similar problem or has an idea what to do, please advise.

    Wayne
    Duncan and Son Lines, Inc.
     
  2. Bruce319

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    I haven't gone through that problem, but perhaps it's the virtual memory of which they speak of. Try increasing the amount.
     
  3. yoggle635

    yoggle635 Thread Starter

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    I tried increasing the amount of virtual memory, but to no avail. Thanks for the advice though....any other ideas?

    Wayne
    Duncan and Son Lines, Inc.
     
  4. yoggle635

    yoggle635 Thread Starter

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    I checked the windows update log files, and found a different error message: 0x80040154. If this is any help to anyone, PLEASE let me know.

    Thanks,
    Wayne
     
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