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I suggest you reboot your PC after the installation of Internet Explorer 8.

Update for Windows XP (KB927891): This is the update to fix or prevent the 99% CPU usage issue.

No pressure, but I'm REALLY hoping someone here can help me with this.

It has been driving me crazy(er) for 4 or 5 days now. I've searched & tried 20 different fixes & nothing has helped. I've installed Windows XP Pro 32-bit on a system that built from parts. In addition to that, I've installed XP no less than 50 times over the last 10-12 years or how ever long it has been out. I can't help but think that since XP is at EOL in a few months, that Micro Soft has just put some kind of weirdness on their update tool so people HAVE to upgrade to 7 or 8. ran the CD that came with the Motherboard & installed all of the software for the chipset, VGA, etc. I then clicked on the "Windows Updates" link & went to go install updates as I have EVERY time. I had Auto Update set to download, but not install. I went back to the update site & was able to run the update tool, but when I went to install ANY updates, I get the error, "Some updates were not installed" & NO updates are installed. I searched for, found, downloaded & ran 10 different MS "Fix it" apps & some things were fixed, but MANY were not.

Most fresh installs of Windows XP SP3 come with Internet Explorer 6 by default.

You’ll need to make sure you “uncheck” install updates as searching for updates is still non-functional at this point in time.

Edit: Well, now I've installed Got this problem too on a VM I'm setting up for IE8 testing for websites.

This was happening even after patching to IE8 and SP3 manually. The guts of what is suggested is: This will download the fixit app to attempt to resolve the problem (note that it needs framework 2.0 so you can save time by pre-installing this).

Windows Update Agent 3.0: Install Windows Update Agent 3.0.

today I installed Windows XP SP2 Home on a computer.

I went to try to run Windows Update on it and was greeted with "The website has encountered a problem and cannot display the page you are trying to view -- error number 0x8024400A" I've encountered this kind of problem a lot of times.

Googling for the error number never came up with any solutions either.

What is it that causes this problem and how do I fix it?

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