I got simular the same, Also a new install of the System with Recovery didn`t
solve the Problem. There is also a known update Problem by McAfee. Maybe it
can be solved by writing into the registry Files. If anyone has suggesten
wich Files in the registery need to be changend.
"PA Bear [MS MVP]" wrote:
> PA Bear [MS MVP] wrote:
> > Are you running Vista SP1 or Vista SP2? Is Office 2010 installed?
> > Was KB980248 offered & eventually installed via Windows Update or did you
> > (attempt to) install it manually?
> > What anti-virus application or security suite is installed and is your
> > subscription current? What anti-spyware applications (other than
> > Defender)?
> > What third-party firewall (if any)?
> > Has a(another) Norton or McAfee application ever been installed on the
> > computer (e.g., a free-trial version that came preinstalled when you
> > bought
> > it)?
> > Office 2010 (Beta) Support Forums
> > http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/office2010/threads
> > Enzo wrote:
> >> I was installed Update for Windows Vista (KB980248). After the install,
> >> the
> >> machine rebooted. The install failed and I recieved error 800700C1. It
> >> was
> >> midnight so I threw up my hands and went to bed.
> >> At 3am, Windows Update ran automatically, and this time it said it
> >> succeeded
> >> but it definately did not reboot.
> >> The update was done using a "Standard" user with no administration
> >> rights.
> >> When I startup IE 8, no fonts appear. When I startup Word, it says is
> >> cannot find any fonts and throws an out of memory error loading fonts.
> >> Other portions of windows are also turning up blank because of the lack
> >> of
> >> fonts!!!!
> >> Obviously, there is a permission problem!!!!
> >> When I login as a local admin, everything seems to work (this is how I am
> >> able to write this post). Problem is, I have several "standard" users
> >> setup for various family members that I do not trust to run as Admin.
> >> I tried searching, but either its too early or this problem is unique to
> >> me
> >> but I cannot find any information regarding this problem anywhere.
> >> How can I undo what this update was suppose to have done? I just want to
> >> run my standard users and I don't care about Office 2010! I don't know
> >> there is a restore point because this was suppost to be a permission
> >> change.
> >> Anyway, really frustrated right now and hope someone can help!