Paul Lennon replied on 26-Apr-07 09:33 AM
Thank you for the suggestion. I found this KB earlier today and gave it
a try. Of these, I tried the following and all failed to fix the problem.

Method 1: Rename the Edb.log file
Method 2: Set Cryptographic Services to automatic
Method 3: Rename the Catroot2 folder
Method 4: Reregister DLL files that are associated with Cryptographic
Method 5: Remove the hidden attribute from %Windir% and from its subfolders
Method 6: Set non-driver signing policy to silently succeed
Method 8: Verify the status of all certificates in the certification
path and import missing or damaged certificates from another computer
Method 9: Clear the temporary file and restart the hotfix installation
or the service pack installation
Method 10: Clear all files in the software distribution folder

Does anyone know of other procedures I can try?

Paul




PA Bear replied on 26-Apr-07 03:01 PM
Try posting instead to this newsgroup:
microsoft.public.windows.64bit.general

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Paul Lennon replied on 30-Apr-07 08:56 AM
Thank you for your advice. I found that KB earlier and tried it, none of
the article suggestions worked. Do you know of any other options?

Thanks,

Paul

Windows 7 - Updating Window XP Pro 64 to SP2

Asked By PA Bear on 30-Apr-07 11:22 AM
No, I don't, Paul.  Try posting to this newsgroup instead:
microsoft.public.windows.64bit.general.

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