Can a Windows 10 SP1 work with a 2008 SP1?

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Can a Windows 10 SP1 work with a 2008 SP1?

Windows 7 SP1 install fails: ERROR_SXS_ASSEMBLY_MISSING (0x80073701) is commonly caused by incorrectly configured system settings or irregular entries in the Windows registry. This error can be fixed with special software that repairs the registry and tunes up system settings to restore stability

Windows 7 SP1 install fails: ERROR_SXS_ASSEMBLY_MISSING (0x80073701) is commonly caused by incorrectly configured system settings or irregular entries in the Windows registry. This error can be fixed with special software that repairs the registry and tunes up system settings to restore stability

System Update Readiness Tool for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB947821) [August 2011] successfully installed Windows 7 SP1. Then I will test 1 more system, but for now I feel like this is finally a solution to this long standing problem. Thanks a lot for the good advice. After many attempts, I finally succeeded.


This command does not work with Add-WindowsFeature: Request to add or remove features in a specific system error message. Failed to install one or more traits, role services, or features. The mentioned build cannot be purchased. Error: 0x80073701

How To Fix – 0x80073701 ERROR_SXS_ASSEMBLY_MISSING 1 Clear the CBS log. The CBS log on my two servers was only over 400MB causing Notepad to whistle running Notepad++ which 2. Try installing a windows update and you get an error 3. Open the CBS newspaper. Documents hang in the editorial office of the issue – with a twist.

Can a Windows 10 SP1 work with a 2008 SP1?

It doesn’t say at all if 2008 SP1 works but 2010 SP1 works with Windows 10. I’m guessing they do, but I’m not 100% sure… One of the simpler machines has accumulated a lot over the years from many and before their W7 was upgraded to W10. All of them coexist comfortably in W10. I’ve never heard of a VC++ redistributable that doesn’t do this.

Can a Windows 10 SP1 work with a 2008 SP1?

It doesn’t matter if 2008 SP1 and this year’s SP1 work with Windows 10. I think so, but I’m not 100% sure… One of my sewing machines has accumulated a few over the years, including before upgrading from W7 to W10. All of them coexist comfortably in W10. I’ve never heard of VC++ that doesn’t have a redistributable.

Can a Windows 10 SP1 work with a 2008 SP1?

This doesn’t repeat if 2008 SP1 and 2010 SP1 are running Windows 10. I suspect they do, but I’m not 100% sure… One of my computers has accumulated quite a bit over the years, many of them long before its W7 was upgraded to W10. All of them coexist comfortably in W10. I’ve never heard that VC++ could just be redistributed, which is not the case.