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    Windows 7 Service Pack does not install

    My computer is not allowing me to install Windows 7 service pack. I tried standalone installer after downloading the service pack. But it is not working. Please tell me the necessary steps.



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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Windows 7 Service Pack does not install

    Hi,

    How many TSR programs are installed in your Windows? TSR means Terminate and Stay Resident, programs such as antivirus, firewall and many utilities are in this group.

    Try to deactivate them and install Service pack, possibly you will be successfull.

    Thanks.

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    zeeshan12 Array
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    Re: Windows 7 Service Pack does not install

    Hello friend,

    Click the Start button The Start button, right-click Computer, and then click Properties.

    If Service Pack 1 is listed under Windows edition, SP1 is already installed on your computer.

    Disk space requirements is must install original with keys..!!!!!!!

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    ak47 Array
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    Re: Windows 7 Service Pack does not install

    Steps to follow before you install Windows 7 SP

    Step 1: Back up your important files

    Back up your files to an external hard disk, DVD or CD, USB flash drive, or network folder. For information about how to back up your files, see Back up your files.

    Step 2: Update device drivers

    Update device drivers as necessary. You can do this by using Windows Update in Control Panel or by going to the device manufacturer's website.

    Important: If you are using an Intel integrated graphics device, there are known issues with certain versions of the Intel integrated graphics device driver and with D2D enabled applications, such as certain versions of Windows Mail.

    Step 3: Visit Windows Update and Install Windows Updates KB2454826, KB2534366, or KB2533552 if offered

    Run Windows Update and if you are offered the option to install update KB2454826, KB2534366, or KB2533552, install them. If you install the service pack from the Microsoft Download Center and do not install these updates, you could encounter a Stop error in Windows in rare cases.

    These updates will automatically be installed when you install the service pack by using Windows Update. However, these updates are not automatically installed when you install the service pack from the Microsoft Download Center.

    Step 4: Check for Virus and Malware

    Check your computer for malware by using antivirus software. If you do not currently have Virus or Malware software installed on your computer, Microsoft offers Microsoft Security Essentials, free antivirus software that you can download from the Microsoft Security Essentials.

    You can also visit the Microsoft Consumer security software providers webpage to find third-party antivirus software.

    Important If your computer is infected with malware and you install SP1, you could encounter blue screens or a Windows Update error such as 8007f0f4 or FFFFFFFF. If malware is detected, Windows Update will be unable to install SP1.
    Step 5: Install Windows 7 SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1

    Visit Windows Update and install Windows 7 SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1If Windows Update does not offer you the option to install the service pack, see Microsoft Knowledge Base article 2498452. If you are encountering a problem when you install the service pack from Windows Update, see Troubleshoot problems installing a service pack for Windows 7. For more information about how to install SP1 by using Windows Update, see How to install Windows 7 SP1.

    Or

    Install Windows 7 SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 from the Microsoft Download Center. The Download Center offers the Windows 7 SP1 Network Installation Package for IT Professionals and Developers.


    To check whether you are using the Intel integrated graphics device driver Igdkmd32.sys or Igdkmd64.sys versions 8.15.10.2104 through 8.15.10.2141, follow these steps:
    1. Start DirectX Diagnostic Tool. To do this, click Start, type dxdiag in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
    2. Click the Display tab.
    3. Note the driver and driver version.
    4. If you have the Intel integrated graphics driver Igdkmd32.sys or Igdkmd64.sys versions 8.15.10.2104 through 8.15.10.2141, visit the computer manufacturer's website to see whether a newer driver is available, and then download and install that driver.

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