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  1. Hi and welcome, ttoutenhoofd :)


    Try this (below) or Wise Program Uninstaller , if it doesn't help :)


    1 - Open IE Explore
    2 –Via “Tools->Internet Options”,Open “Internet Options” panel
    3 – Click “General” tab
    4 – Delete qvo6 homepage link and set a new homepage link
    5 – Click “Settings” button in the “Search” area,open “Manage Add-ons” panel
    6 – Remove qvo6,then close “Manage Add-ons” panel
    7 – Click “Apply” or “OK” on “Internet Opens” panel to save the changes
    1 – Open Firefox explore
    2 – Via “Firefox->Options->Options” open “Options” panel
    3 - Click “General” tab
    4 - Delete qvo6 homepage link and set a new homepage link
    5 - Via “Firefox->Add-ons” open “Add-ons Manager” panel
    6 – Click “Remove” button in the right of qvo6
    7 – Choose “Manage Search Engines” in the search list
    8 – Remove qvo6,then click “OK”
    9 – Restart Firefox explore
    1 - Open Chrome explore
    2 – Click “Customize and control Google Chrome” in the right-top of the page
    3 – Choose Settings ->click “Set pages” link ->delete qvo6 homepage link ->click “OK”
    4 – Click “Manage search engines”->delete qvo6,then click “OK”
    5 – Via “Customize and control Google Chrome->Tools->Extensions” open “Extensions” panel
    6 – Remove “qvo6”
    7 – Restart Chrome explore
    Uninstall Shortcut

    1 - Find the shortcut of the browser (IE,Firefox,Chrome) in all locations of the computer,including but not limited to the desktop;
    2 - Right click and find the "Option";
    3 - Delete qvo6 in "Target" of the tab "Shortcut".

  2. Hi and welcome, Felix :)


    Try and look here:


    1. Re-register the .dll files that handle the update process

    A .dll file is a something that tells Windows just how to run some of the automated processes behind almost anything that you can do on a computer. Obviously, as a regular user there is no need for you to know just how to work these files but here are the simple 3 steps you need to go through in order to solve the windows update error 800b0001.

    • Go to Start and click on the Run button. If you don’t have it there you can use the search feature and type Run and hit Enter.
    • In the Run window type cmd
    • Depending on your version of Windows write the following commands and hit enter after each one.

    REGSVR32 SOFTPUB.DLL                   (for XP, Vista & Win7)

    REGSVR32 MSSIP32.DLL                    (for XP, Vista & Win7)

    REGSVR32 WINTRUST.DLL                (for XP, Vista & Win7)

    REGSVR32 INITPKI.DLL                       (for XP & Vista)


    2. Manually Install Update KB 2720211

    This particular update usually comes pre-installed on most Windows versions but sometimes the installation process skips it. So what you need to do is to manually search for KB 2720211 download. Once you find it, download it and install it to your system. It should ask for a reboot but if it does not make sure that you reboot anyway and check if you are still getting the 0x800b0001 message.

    3. Reinitialize the Download Folders

    This may sound like something fancy but in actuality Windows needs to download every update just like you download the installation kit for you Yahoo messenger. And sometimes those folders get so filled with data that errors turn up. And you can reset those folders by following these steps:

    • Open a Notepad file by writing notepad in the search option in the Start menu
    • Write the following code

    net stop wuauserv
    net stop CryptSvc
    ren %windir%\system32\catroot2 catroot2.old
    ren %windir%\SoftwareDistribution sold.old
    net start CryptSvc
    net start wuauserv

    • Save the file to your Desktop with the file name rename.bat.
    • Right click on the file on your Desktop and select Run as administrator.
    • Restart your computer and see if the problem has been resolved.

    4. Use the System Update Readiness Tool

    If nothing has worked so far you can also try using the Windows automatic repair tool by going to their website and searching for the System Update Readiness Tool. You will have to enter your version of Windows and they will give you a program to install and run. In nothing else has worked than you have essentially eliminated every other possible cause for error and with this program you should be able to get passed the Windows Update error 800B0001.

  3. Hi and welcome, ran :)


    Use the Notepad:


    1. Type Y and save it in Local disk C: as Yes.txt


    2.Use same pane delete the Y and copy this:



       DEL *.*\<C:\<YES.TXT>NULL



    3 Paste and save it in Local disk C:as Del_Temp.bat


    4. Open Local disk C:and find  Del_Temp.bat


    5. Right-click Del_Temp.bat and create a desktop shortcut


    6. Click Start button and find the StartUp folder.


    7. Right-click and choose Explore All users


    8. Paste it and click Contiune


    That's it :)

  4. Hi and welcome, tallofero :)


    If your old program has problems with Windows 7, follow these steps:


    1. Right-click the program’s icon and choose Properties.

    2. Click the Compatibility tab.

    3. In the Compatibility Mode section,

        select the Run This Program in Compatibility Mode For check box.

    4. Select the program’s desired Windows version from the drop-down list.




    5. Click OK and then try running your program again to see whether it works better.



  5. Hi and welcome, sjenk :)


    Do the following:


    1. Click Start button


    2. Right click on Computer iand choose Properties


    3. Advanced system settings (On the left side of pane)


    4. Choose  Advanced tab 


    5. By Performance section, click Settings...


    6. Check Enable Aero Peek and Apply.

  6. Hi and welcome, Wychling:)


    The links in the text is directly..

    Try to use Wise Program Uninstaller against MSE and select Force Uninstall if it does not work with Safe Uninstall.
    I think you should take avast! antivirus instead,
    you are much better equipped with avast! than MSE :)



    As for Windows, I think that you should use Wise Care 365 to give your PC a shot of total cleaning :)



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