er=0x2 2010-06-20 , Info CBS SPI: Failed to register package for SQM (hr=0x80070002).
See KB2817430 for more information about acquiring Office 2013 SP1 for client products, and KB2880552 for more information about SP1 for Office 2013 server products.
Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) provides support for more types of hardware and includes all of the updates that were released after Vista's Service Pack 1 (SP1) rolled out in February 2008.
Windows Update is used to keep Microsoft Windows and several other Microsoft programs updated.
Updates often include feature enhancements and security updates to protect Windows from malware and malicious attacks.
How you access Windows Update depends on which Windows operating system you're using: Windows 10: Windows update is part of System Settings, available from the Start Menu.
Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista: Windows update is integrated as a Control Panel applet and is accessible from within Control Panel.
In no situation that I have seen has an SP cycle been halted so that it can include a fix for some issue that has been discovered in the meantime - depending on the nature and severity of the issue, they may "fast-track" a post-SP CU, or they may issue a separate on-demand hotfix.
I've seen both of these scenarios happen (more below on the latter).
Typically, though, the first CU after the SP was released includes all of the fixes from the last CU or two from the previous branch, kind of a "catch-up." So, please, wait for Service Pack 2 Cumulative Update 1 (should be end of July, according to this post) before installing Service Pack 2, or be willing to lose the fixes in CU #10.
I am running Vista x64 Home Premium on an HP Pavilion Laptop.
It will reboot, do its thing, get to 3 of 3 100% complete and stay there for hours.