Windows 7 Error Code 9C48 for IE

Okay so Windows has been unable to perform the update:
Windows Internet Explorer 9 for Windows7 for x64-based Systems  ..........  36.7 MB

 

If this update is just downloading the program, I understand why it would fail, given that I already installed IE9 manually before it came in a Windows Update. I would however like it to acknowledge that it's installed then, and just stop trying to do an update I don't need.

 

If it's an update for IE9, I'd prefer to have it solved. Any help in this regard would be very appreciated. Thanks!

If it's 36.7 MB, it's prolly not an update for IE9.

 

Is IE8 currently installed or...?

 

Is Win7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) installed?

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SP1 is installed.

I think that IE8 was uninstalled upon installation of IE9, but I don't know for sure, it was a long time ago. If you know how I could check, that would be helpful.

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1. Are ALL of the following updates listed in View installed updates (not Update History)? [1]

 

    (a) KB2792100 [or KB2761465], KB2797052, KB2789645, KB2778344, KB2799494, KB2790655 & KB2790113;
    (b) KB2769369, KB2742599, KB2756921, KB2736422 & KB2757638 or possibly KB2758694.
    (c) KB2753842, KB2758857 & KB2727528;
    (d) KB2705219 & KB2712808;
    (e) KB2676562 & KB2644615.

 

 

2. When (exact date) was Windows Internet Explorer 9 installed according to Update History (this time)?

 

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[1] Start | Control Panel | Programs and Features | View installed updates (in left-hand menu)

 

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1. No not all of them are installed. The ones I've bolded are not installed.

 

(a) KB2792100 [or KB2761465], KB2797052, KB2789645, KB2778344, KB2799494, KB2790655 & KB2790113;
(b) KB2769369, KB2742599, KB2756921, KB2736422 & KB2757638 or possibly KB2758694;
(c) KB2753842, KB2758857 & KB2727528;
(d) KB2705219 & KB2712808;
(e) KB2676562 & KB2644615.

 

2. 4/19/2011

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1. Open IE9: Help | About [Alt+H+A] & tell me what Update Version is displayed on the second line of text (e.g., Update Version: 9.0.4)?

 

2. What is the full name of your installed anti-virus application or security suite andwhen (approx. date) does your current subscription expire? What anti-spyware applications (other than Defender) are installed? What third-party firewall (if any)?

 

3. Has a(nother) Norton application or a McAfee application EVER been installed on the computer

since you bought it?

 

4. Did a Norton free-trial or a McAfee free-trial [pick one] come preinstalled on the computer when you bought it? (Doesn't matter if you never used or Activated it.)

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1. Version: 9.0.8112.16421
    Update Versions: 9.0.4 (KB2618444)

    Cipher Strength: 256-bit
    Product ID: 03553-997-9044182-94290

 

2. Vipre: Internet Security 2013
    Expiration Date: PC Lifetime
    Vipre covers all of those catogories to my knowledge.

 

3. No.

 

4. No.

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KB2618444 was released on 12 December 2011 so your computer's missing the last nine (9) Cumulative Security Updates for Internet Explorer and should NOT be connected to the internet or any local networks in its current state. All of your personal data (e.g., online-banking & credit card passwords) should be considered at-risk, if not already compromised.

 

[And it's a pretty good bet that Vipre Internet Security isn't installed or working properly!]

 

Chances are you're seeing the effects of an ongoing & longstanding hijackware infection.

 

OPTION A: For home users, no-charge support for security updates (only!) is available by calling 800-MICROSOFT (800-642-7676) in the US or 877-568-2495 in Canada. [1]

 

For more information about how to contact your local Microsoft subsidiary [i.e., in other regions] for support issues relating to security updates (only!), visit the following Microsoft International Support website: http://support.microsoft.com/common/international.aspx?rdpath=4

 

OPTION B: Residents of North America (US & CA), the UK (and perhaps other regions now) may obtain Microsoft-sponsored Premium (i.e., paid) Support via the Answer Desk => http://answerdesk.microsoftstore.com [2]

 

Good luck!

 

[PS: I detest Conan O'Brien!]

 

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[1] Monday through Friday, 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM Pacific Time; Saturday and Sunday, 6:00 AM – 3:00 PM Pacific Time

[2] $99.00 USD for "up to 2 hours" of remote support; fee must be paid up front ;no guarantees whatsoever!

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