Windows 7 Pro SP1 install issues

I have a new pc that came with some issues.  It will not allow Windows 7 SP1 to be installed.  It fails on Office 2010 install. It fails on .Net upgrades.  

I can install most other programs and software just not the critical Microsoft updates Or upgrade of Office.    I have tried running the MS fixes for SP1 fail install but they have not worked.
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MaddogMarineAsked:
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ded9Commented:
Uninstall security software...reboot computer and then run system readiness tool..reboot computer again and then install all updates including sp1.

If still having issues installing then upload checksur.log for analysis.



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ded9Commented:
If u have win7 64 bit then run this
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=20858

If u have win7 32bit then run this
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=3132



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johnb6767Commented:
Description of the System Update Readiness Tool for Windows Vista, for Windows Server 2008, for Windows 7, and for Windows Server 2008 R2
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947821

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MaddogMarineAuthor Commented:
John & Ded yes, I ran V12 and now V14.  They install fine with no issue restart and try update and office upgrade and No good.  I also did remove Norton 360 vs 5 prior to the install.  Attached is the Win Update message.  I know that there is a cause and effect.  Here is what happend, bought pc, son setup and did updates installed office 2007 working fine.  Other son move pc to desk location. Hooked up HDMI and DVI cable to one monitor, the machine would boot up but nothing on screen.  So they kept Hard booting the pc.  Once I got home took off the DVI cable the pc booted up and there was picture on monitor.  The computer could not run with two cable coming into it from the same machine.  Since then I have not been able to do updates or any Microsoft related installs.  Some issues with games ect.  I think the multiple hard boots caused issue with OS and Reg.  So that is where I think the issue lies.  

Any ideas.

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johnb6767Commented:
"I think the multiple hard boots caused issue with OS and Reg."

If this is still a new PC, you might be best off doing a Factory Restore, using either the DVDs or the Recovery Partition.....

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ded9Commented:
Upload checksur.log for analysis

OR

Perform repair install

Boot to desktop...insert the windows 7 disc...launch setup...click upgrade option....this will repair your windows install... complete the repair install.

You will not loose any data or programs during the repair install process

After repair install try installing all updates.




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