As you can see in Figure D, my example download was about 67 MB.

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System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion Elite 495UK OS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit CPU Intel Core i7 870 @ 2.93GHz Motherboard MSI 2A9C (CPU1) Memory 8Gb Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 664MHz Graphics Card n Vidia Ge Force GTX 460 1024MB dedicated RAM Sound Card Realtek HD Audio Monitor(s) Displays HP2310i Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 Keyboard Logitech K750 solar-powered keyboard Mouse Logitech Wireless M180 mouse PSU 460W Case HP Elite Cooling Air cooled Hard Drives 1x1954GB Hitachi HDS22020ALA 330 (RAID), 1x1954GB Hitachi External for backup and storage Internet Speed 2Mb Other Info Pure Avanti Flow Internet Radio with i Pod Dock, 64Gb i Pod, HP USB Speakers, Sony MDR-V500 Headphones, Sony Vaio F-Series Laptop Hank S, Some reading for you re Error Code 800B0100.

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Last week, Microsoft officially unleashed Windows Vista Service Pack 1 ("SP1") to the public at large.

There are eight possible causes for a no-show, all explained in detail in a Microsoft Help and Support article titled "Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Is Not Available For Installation From Windows Update And Is Not Offered By Automatic Updates." Here is a brief overview of the eight possible causes: Accessing Windows Update from within Vista is a snap!

Just click Start, select All Programs, and then select Windows Update.

Is there a way to get this update in an ISO file and install it manually? Hank Sundermeyer Newark, DE Try here for the standalone update: Download: Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (KB976932) - Microsoft Download Center - Download Details You can also download and install the System Updates Readiness Tool, you haven't said whether you have the 32-bit version of Windows or the 64-bit version so I'll give the links for both versions of SURT. Just bought new never used factory fresh PC Acer AXC-605-UR29 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 manufacrtured this year, I checked for latest updates and sure enough Service Pack 1 shows up in updates Windows 7 Service Pack 1 for x64-based Systems (KB976932) Download size: 9.1 MBI'm havin' a bit of trouble installing Service Pack 1.

64-bit: 32-bit: System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion Elite 495UK OS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit CPU Intel Core i7 870 @ 2.93GHz Motherboard MSI 2A9C (CPU1) Memory 8Gb Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 664MHz Graphics Card n Vidia Ge Force GTX 460 1024MB dedicated RAM Sound Card Realtek HD Audio Monitor(s) Displays HP2310i Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 Keyboard Logitech K750 solar-powered keyboard Mouse Logitech Wireless M180 mouse PSU 460W Case HP Elite Cooling Air cooled Hard Drives 1x1954GB Hitachi HDS22020ALA 330 (RAID), 1x1954GB Hitachi External for backup and storage Internet Speed 2Mb Other Info Pure Avanti Flow Internet Radio with i Pod Dock, 64Gb i Pod, HP USB Speakers, Sony MDR-V500 Headphones, Sony Vaio F-Series Laptop First clean all temp files and try again ... Radeon HD5650 Monitor(s) Displays 17.3" High Definition Brightview LCD. Either that or Windows Update wants to make an excuse and stop the installation halfway and then spit out a random error code.

The download on my example system took about 30 minutes to complete.

Once the download finishes, you'll see the Install Windows Service Pack wizard appear on the screen (Figure E), and the first phase of the actual installation procedure will begin. The wizard consists of a total of three screens, with the main objective of prompting you to accept the Microsoft Software License Terms (Figure F).

Some other repair actions refer to Windows Fix-it actions, but those seem to have been withdrawn for Windows Vista. Maybe on downloading and sequencing the updates via the Microsoft Update catalof?