Windows Xp update page is not working

I wish report a error on the windows xp update page 

http://www.update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate/v6/default.aspx?ln=en-us

what happen is it will go through a scan as normal then I get the error 

0x80244019

I tested on more then one computer can someone please report this to the proper department 

I wish report a error on the windows xp update page 

http://www.update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate/v6/default.aspx?ln=en-us

what happen is it will go through a scan as normal then I get the error 

0x80244019

I tested on more then one computer can someone please report this to the proper department 

We don't work for Microsoft.

But I suggest that you read this as to why it is no longer working:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4569557/windows-update-sha-1-based-endpoints-discontinued

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it said something about still being able to continue to use old operating systems if I update to sha 2 How exactly do I do that ?

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You can't update XP to SHA-2

That's what it is telling you at that link.

For most of the impacted versions of Windows, a SHA-2 update will add the support necessary to continue receiving updates through Windows Update. The following table shows the impact on the various versions of Windows. Some platforms are no longer supported, therefore they will not be updated.

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Then how the hell is people suppose to get their updates I was told that would never shut down and no I do not want to install my updates manually who do I talk to about getting that changed 

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We don't work for Microsoft.

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To contact Microsoft Support:

Contact support        

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/contact-support

Also: https://partner.support.services.microsoft.com/en-us/contactus/windows/tech-services/

"Microsoft office locations around the world"

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/worldwide.aspx

"Global Customer Service phone numbers"

https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/13948/global-customer-service-phone-numbers

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The link for contact support does not work...

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The link for contact support does not work...

All those 4 links work.

But if you are using XP and Internet Explorer 8, the last version of IE for XP, you are out of luck.

It is not supported.

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No I was using chrome but the link was not working

if you go to thelink https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4569557/windows-update-sha-1-based-endpoints-discontinued

as you said 


and scrool down close to the bottom when it says:


How to update Windows devices to SHA-2

it says


 To continue using Windows Update for your older Windows devices, you must download and install the following two specific updates:


But I can not find anything fo xp and xp falls into the catagory of a older OS

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It is all written there:

Which Windows devices are impacted?

Most users will not be impacted by this change. Starting with Windows 8 Desktop and Windows Server 2012, connections to Windows Update service endpoints use a more modern algorithm (SHA-256). Older versions of Windows connect to Windows Update service endpoints by using the less secure SHA-1 algorithm.

For most of the impacted versions of Windows, a SHA-2 update will add the support necessary to continue receiving updates through Windows Update. The following table shows the impact on the various versions of Windows. Some platforms are no longer supported, therefore they will not be updated.

Windows Desktop

Support state

Windows 2000

Device is out of support

Windows Updates will no longer be supported.

Windows XP 64-Bit Edition

Windows XP SP3

Windows Vista

Windows Vista SP1

Windows Vista SP2

Windows 7

Windows Update support will be impacted.
Can be mitigated by manually installing KBs.

Windows 7 SP1

Windows 8 and later versions

Not affected
No need to update

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