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    Service Pack 1, Not Installed (Vista Home Premium)

    After 45 minutes to an hour for Installation and through Restart Step 3 at 100%, received the message: "Service Pack did not install, Reverting changes.".

    Error details: Code 80041315
    As usual with Microsoft, the Help was of no help.

    Does anyone have information on the Error Code?
    Or experiencing this problem?

    My system is current with September Updates.
    I also am running Mc Afee Security Center.

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    Re: Service Pack 1, Not Installed (Vista Home Premium)

    Did you disable your McAfee Security Software before the install? See Service Pack 1 Error 80041315 - TechNet Forums & Windows Vista SP1 Failed to Install with WU Error Code 800704C8 or 80041315 Tip and Trick for more discussion.

    If you have the bandwidth, I'd recommend you download the full SP-1 from Download details: Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Five Language Standalone (KB936330) and burn it to a CD. That way if you have any other problems with it you won't have to download it again.

    Also note that Microsoft provides free support for Vista SP-1 installation and compatability issues until March, 18, 2009 - Help and Support

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    Re: Service Pack 1, Not Installed (Vista Home Premium)

    Joe,
    Unfortunately killing McAfee did not help. <img src=/S/brickwall.gif border=0 alt=brickwall width=25 height=15>
    I had seen the TechNet entry; however, I am a little puzzled how McAfee could be interfering since, the failure is during Restart, at the end of Stage 3.
    McAfee is not active at that point.

    Anyway, maybe I will try the download.
    Had to resort to a CD for installing SP3 on my wife's XP.

    Any other ideas would be appreciated.

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    Re: Service Pack 1, Not Installed (Vista Home Premium)

    Anti-virus software interacts with the system at a very low level and sometimes does wierd things. Could be it caused some component to not respond fast enough. Could be it thought some component was malware. If you have a problem with the whole install package, you could try booting into safe mode to try the install. Safe mode loads the bare minimum to get your system running so that may be your best bet. If all else fails I'd recommend contacting Microsoft. It is free support and they are anxious to make sure SP-1 is in Vista installations ASAP.

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