Windows 7 service pack 1 installation problem

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Hi, recently MSWindows 7 SP 1 has been downloaded from the website of MSDN. The installation is completed successfully and the first reboot begins.  BIOS test passes and then it proceeds to move registry settings and files.  

However, the error appears here and the code is Error C0000022. Then the system seems to try the process again. Eventually the process ends with a fatal error message with code of C0000022.  Then all activities on the machine stop.

Please help me to solve this problem.  Many thanks.

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Windows 7 service pack 1 installation problem

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There is a fix that Microsoft has provided which can solve this problem.

  • Use the link below download the file from site which may solve your problem.
  • Clearing registry files and optimizing it may solve this problem.
  • Remember you need to have administrative access to run this file.
  • Link : Microsoft Fix it Solution Center: troubleshooting software issues
  • You can also download registry Optimizer. Some of the popular ones are “Tune Up Utilities”.

You can download ARO 2011 from RegistryOptimizer.com

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Windows 7 service pack 1 installation problem

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Polard,

Have you tried seeing your OS status, if it is activated. You can see this by: Right clicking on My Computer and selecting properties. You will see your Windows there if it is activated.

Another thing, I recommend is to uninstall your OS. It maybe a corrupted installation, your installing it in a wrong way.

Note this requirements before uninstalling:

  • You must have free drive space of  of 4.1GB, if your system is x86-based
  • You must have free 7.4 GB if x64-based. This is for stand alone installation for DVD and ISO SP1 download.

Steps to follow before you install Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1

Try other possibilities by disconnecting your LAN before applying SP1 update. Kirk25

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