Solving Installation Failed With Error Code 0xc8000247

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My system is Win Seven 64bit. The latest updates I received at the launch were KB978601 AND kb979309. When attempting to integrate Internet Framework 4.0, the error zeroxc8000247 failed. (The failed log entry is “Exe (failure of C: \ c37f8aa0f44d24a8ae1da251 \ Windows6.1-KB958488-v6001-x64.msu) with 0xc8000247 (null).”) I even tried the standalone version, which n is not installed or proposed. same mistake. Windows Update does not work, it indicates that the service is not running. I even checked the Services utility and found that all the update and installation devices were working. How can I fix this installation failed with error code 0xc8000247?

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Solving Installation Failed With Error Code 0xc8000247


After formatting the data on the hard drive and before reinstalling and before doing the rest online or using/inserting a flash drive, connecting to another computer or nearby network or reinstalling other programs or restore your secure knowledge of the PC do you have:

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4. Was the manual check for Windows updates completed?

Answered By 590495 points N/A #325209

Solving Installation Failed With Error Code 0xc8000247


If you receive error code “0xc8000247” either in Windows Vista or Windows 7, the message may appear as one of the following:

“Windows Update Service is not running”
“Windows Update could not run”
“Installer encountered an error: 0xc8000247”

The easiest way to fix the problem is to use the Microsoft Fix it tool. Unfortunately, the tool is no longer available and Microsoft replaced it with a different tool. To use the new tool, go to Fix Windows Update Issues and select your correct operating system to download the tool. Download the program, run it, and follow the instructions.

Try installing the update again once the tool is finished. If this doesn’t work, check if you have “Intel Matrix Storage Driver” installed on your computer. Click “Start”, “Control Panel” then “Programs and Features”. Next, look for “Intel Matrix Storage Driver”. If you see it, select it then click “Uninstall”. When uninstall is complete, close the Control Panel then restart the computer.

After booting, install the Windows Update again.

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