When trying to install an update to the computer, some users might annoyingly receive a message saying “The update is not applicable to your computer”. This might also appear even though they are sure to install the proper architecture version. But why is it telling you the version is not applicable and how can you install the available updates properly?
Having a hard time in installing available Windows updates on your computer? Wanting to install the recommended Vista updates but keep on getting an error with Code 80070641, Code 641 and Code 80070005? The Windows Vista update error 80070641 usually appears when the Windows Installer Service could not be accessed due to an improper installation or corruption. No matter what the cause is, fix it instantly so as to install all available updates and enhance PC performance.
An error code 0X80004002 usually occurs while you are trying to install an update to the computer. Sometimes, it might happen after incorrectly installing a Windows XP Service Pack or as a result of software conflicts with your current version of Windows Update. Simply speaking, the code 0X80004002 error might stop you from downloading important updates properly, greatly affect the stable PC performance.
When you try to install updates by using Microsoft Update or Windows Update, you may receive an error 0X80070005 message. Typically, you may receive such a message when you do not don’t have the appropriate permissions to install a particular update. How to do if it happens when trying to install an update on Windows 7?