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Automatic Update Is Inactivated

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#1 OliVa


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Posted 18 June 2008 - 03:25 AM

Hi! As i said automatic update is inactivated and i can't start it.

I have tried to update manually but it don't works.

I click Start > Windows Update and the i have to wait IE opens and it checks if I have the ActiveX thing that is needed and the i click " Advanced installation" and the I get this: (It's in swedish because I have Windows XP SP2 Swedish, just tell me if you want it traslated and i'll do my best)

Det har inträffat ett problem och den begärda sidan kan inte visas. Via länkarna nedan kan du söka information om problemet.

What shall I do?
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#2 rowal5555


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Posted 18 June 2008 - 05:15 AM

Hi OliVa

Did you get your Virtumonde problem solved?

When you say that Automatic Updates are disabled, have you been to Start>Control Panel>Automatic Updates and tried to set your preferences there?


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