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New fix released for Windows 7 SP1 0xC000009A language pack issue

New fix released for Windows 7 SP1 0xC000009A language pack issue

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Some of you hit the 0xC000009A exit code when installing Service Pack 1 for Windows 7/2008 R2 on systems where multiple language packs have been installed.  This issue has now been resolved and is published here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2534366

Note, this fix must be installed on multi-langpacks system BEFORE installing Service Pack 1 to ensure that the multitude of servicing operations generated on these types of installations doesnt fail the service pack install.

--Joseph

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  • I'm getting an issue with the x64 link in the Email sent to me. As if the file doesn't exist. [HTTP 500]

  • I think they were repackagig the fix, it should be back up soon.  I just checked the internal servers and they are available there so you can also call in and an engineer can give it to you.  Hotfix calls are no charge.

  • Nothing yet. I can wait a bit.....

  • Should be up there shortly Andre.

  • Ok. It's up.... :-)