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    Internal error when updating Windows XP

    I am receiving an internal error 2908 when my updates are being installed in my PC which runs in Windows XP. What should be done in such a situation?



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    vincent.daniel Array
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    Re: Internal error when updating Windows XP

    Hello.

    This issue may occur due to corrupted registry key.

    Click on Start

    Select Run

    In the Run command box, type in REGEDIT

    Hit enter.

    Now, locate to the following Key.

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Mi*crosoft\Windows\Cur rentVersion*\RunOnce

    Under RunOnce key, fine the entry in the right pane window which is causing this issue.

    Right click on it.

    delete it.

    Note: Before you delete the key, it is a good idea to take the backup of the registry.

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    ak47 Array
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    Re: Internal error when updating Windows XP

    To resolve this issue, you must replace the current copy of the Licdll.dll file by using a copy from the original Windows XP media. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. Insert the Windows XP CD into the CD drive.
    2. Click Exit on the Setup Wizard as soon as it starts.
    3. Click Start, and then click Run.
    4. Copy and then paste (or type) the following command in the Open box, and then press ENTER:explorer
    5. Click My Computer.
    6. Note the drive letter that contains the Windows XP CD.
    7. Click Start, and then click Run.
    8. Copy and then paste (or type) the following command in the Open box, and then press ENTER:cmd
    9. Type or copy and paste the following text into the Command Prompt window, and then press ENTER:Expand CD_Drive_Letter:\i386\licdll.dl_ C:\Windows\system32\Licdll.dll
      Note In the command in step 9, replace CD_Drive_Letter by using the actual drive letter for the drive that you noted in step 6.
    10. To install Windows XP SP3, visit the following Microsoft Windows Update Web site:http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com

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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Internal error when updating Windows XP

    Hi,

    To solve the problem take following action :

    Click Start > Run > type Explorer in Open box > ENTER.

    Click My Computer > the drive letter that contains the Windows XP CD should be noted.
    Click Start > Run > type cmd in Open box > ENTER.

    Type the text into the Command Prompt window :Expand CD drive :\i386\licdll.dl_ C:\Windows\system32\Licdll.dll, press ENTER.

    This should replace the licdll.dll that is corrupt and place the good one from the CD.

    Once the file is replaced the system should reboot and work normally.

    Thanks.

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    navjotsidhupamal Array
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    Re: Internal error when updating Windows XP

    Hello friend,

    -->>If you got any internal error when you update windows XP then my friend according to me,this may occurs due to Bulky or can say corrupted registry key.


    -->>To solve this problem, you have to replace the Licdll.dll file by using a copy from the original Windows XP media.To go for this idea,you have to follow the below steps:-


    1.The very first step is you have to insert the CD into the CDS drive.
    2.When the set wizard starts,click on exit to close it.

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    3.You have to go to Start and click on it and then type RUN and click on it.
    4.Write the following Command in the command promt.
    Expand CD drive :\i386\licdll.dl_ C:\Windows\system32\Licdll.dll
    5.Click My Computer.
    6.The window CD gives you the drive letter so not that drive letter.
    7.Replace the Drive letter by actual drive letter.


    With Regards
    Navjotsidhupamal

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