Jun 5th 2010 - by in: News | 0 Comment
Are you being haunted by the windows update 0×80072ee2-0×80072efd error message? If you have no clue of what that is or how to fix this problem. You do not need to worry anymore, because I had this problem and I managed to get rid of it. Continue reading to learn more about this.
How does it manifest?
When Windows tries to run the update service, the update 0×80072ee2-0×80072efd error code appears and terminates the update service. Since this error is rare, Microsoft concluded that this is not caused by Windows. Rather, it is due to lack of computer maintenance.
Every Windows operating system has a registry. The registry holds information about your computer and determines your computer performance. Did you notice that after a short period of time, your computer no longer works as fast as it used to be? This is caused by invalid entries that exist in your system registry. These entries might exist because of software you no longer using or software that was not properly removed. Note that adware & spyware will always cause damage to your windows registry. Even though they are properly removed, they will always leave a broken registry.
A broken windows registry will not only cause this windows update 0×80072ee2-0×80072efd error code. Here are few examples:
PC keeps crashing
PC needs frequent rebooting
Unable to remove a program
Unable to load *.dll errors
Cannot find *.exe errors
PC runs slower than when you first bought it
This will become worse if you do not repair it.
How do I repair this?
Some people might attempt to repair their windows registry on their own. I highly not recommend this unless you are a professional. Editing it without proper knowledge can render your windows operating system unusable. Hiring a technician to do it for you is too expensive. You can scan your computer using the registry cleaner for free, and find out what is wrong easily.
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