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However, a copy of Windows XP purchased at retail in a shrink-wrapped box had no problems with Windows Update.

If you've had problems with Windows Update after installing Windows XP SP3 leave a comment below.

I don't use Automatic Updates, but if you do, and find the yellow shield never goes away, you may be experiencing this problem.

It turns out that Windows Update has 2.5 activity log files.

It was included in the debugging information sent to Microsoft and revealed that my problem was an error 0x80004002.

Support for SP3 and IE7 is offered on the phone (866-234-6020), although, I had Windows Update in IE6 and IE7) and click on the "Get help and support" link in the gray stripe on the left. The best way to do this is with Internet Explorer on the computer with the problem.

This allows Microsoft to download an Active X control that gathers assorted debugging information and sends it back to them.

A technician at Microsoft suggested getting the software from here.