|I've tried several things, including trying to download from |
microsoft in safe mode (with networking.)
However, I've got nothing.
I'm beginning to believe it's either my ISP blocking downloads
from microsoft.com or Microsoft blocking me from
downloading. I can access the rest of microsoft, but I just
can't download any software from there.
I know it can't be the conicker virus either, as I've been able to
download software from AVG and other antivirus suites.
However, I went to download.cnet.com and attempted to
download Windows Live Messenger there. It was a successful
download, however on the installation it attempted to connect
to the internet and came up with an error:
[Couldn't set up the installer
Check to be sure you are connected to the internet.
Error: OnCatalogResult 0x8104000b
Next Steps: You cannot download windows live programs
unless you are connected to the internet.
(link)Get Help With This Error(/link)
And that link too doesn't work.
I've downloaded the Windows Malicious Software and
Removal Tool from download.cnet.com also. Ran a full
system scan, and it too came up with nothing in both safe
mode and regular mode.
However, I am blatantly connected to the internet. Is there
anyway to find out if this is an ISP problem? My ISP is Cox in