Windows 7 SP1 released to the public this week and available for download. Although it does not come with any new features, it includes all the previous updates which was delivered through Windows update. Here comes the actual problem regarding the installation of Windows 7 SP1. If you are a regular updater of Windows 7 in the past and your PC performs well,then there is no need to install Windows 7 SP1 because there is no additional features for a ordinary user.
If u never updated your PC in the past,find a best way to install Windows 7 SP1 correctly without an errors.
Windows 7 SP1 Installation List of Problems you may face
Problem 1: Installation Error: 0x800F0A12. If you receive error “0x800F0A12″ when trying to install Service Pack 1 (SP1) for Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2, it means the installer can’t access the system partition of your computer’s hard disk to update files. Microsoft has detailed on how to solve the issue.
Problem 2: “Installation was not successful” error message due to your Antivirus,Anti-Spyware programs and inconsistency in the Windows Servicing Store. System Update Readiness Tool can help fix problems that might prevent Windows updates and service packs from installing.
Problem 3: If you try to install SP1 with Microsoft Security Essentials or Microsoft Forefront Client Security already installed on your computer, your security program might prevent the successful installation of the service pack. So uninstall the two and install it later.
Problem 4: “Windows has detected unsupported languages files” error message. Choose the standard Languages in W7 and start the installation
Problem 5: Samsung Galaxy S phone drivers, Chrome 10 and 11,EVGA Precision Utility 2.0.2, and Third Party firewalls may cause the installation error in Windows 7 SP1.
Problem 6: Windows 7 Update error code FFFFFFFE. This problem is usually caused by a virus infection.To solve this problem, the recommended method is to reinstall Windows 7 using the Custom installation option and format the hard disk.
Problem 7: Windows 7 Update error is 84C40007 (for Windows Server 2008), which means an update to SQL Server 2008 can’t be installed because of a problem with a .NET Framework installation. To solve this problem, you need to install the full Microsoft .NET Framework 4 package.