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    soumya is offline Windows Enthusiast
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    Did you install or do anything after which these problems started?

    Let's try to solve the problems manually.



    Take a look at these links.

    How to Enable or Disable the Windows Experience Index in Vista

    Fix Error 80070002 When Using Windows Update in Vista

    8007002 error

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    Thanks soumya... appreciate your willingness to help.. this thread is really focussed on in-place upgrade for OEM Vista; my mentioning WEI and 8007002 in Microsoft Update (not Windows Update- the former is obsolete for Vista onwards now) was only explanatory - why I was pursuing an in-place upgrade.

    All my efforts on WEI came to nothing, and links on a page related to it are dead. So I'll leave that aside.

    Normal Windows Update works fine. It's the exception cases where apparent leftovers in Vista routed me to MS update that revealed the odd registry issue. So that's minor, a curiosity.

    So essentially my vista is functional, with three minor unresolvable oddities that might be solved by an in-place repair- but that's not possible, thanks to MS policy now.

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