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Security updates for Vista after end of support - Windows Server 2008 patches


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#106 esrman

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Posted Yesterday, 06:46 PM

You are amazing?

I ran wusa and it installed 2 of 5 updates i had dowloaded then I rebootedand raan windows update from the control panel and it found 26 updates And iiinstalled them!

 

Thank you so much!!

 

Howie



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#107 mike_shupp

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Posted Today, 03:11 AM

Imacri, I thank you also.



#108 esrman

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Posted Today, 04:09 AM

Now if somebody could tell me how to reinstall IE9.

 

Mine doesn`t work at all.

 

Howie


Forgot,it won`t uninstall either.

 

Howie



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Posted Today, 09:23 AM

Now if somebody could tell me how to reinstall IE9. Mine doesn`t work at all...

 

Hi esrman:

It might be better if you start a new topic about your IE9 browser so that Sardoc's thread doesn't go off-topic.  When you create your topic please explain what you mean by "doesn't work" [e.g., IE9 throws a specific error when it's started, web pages display an error message if you browse to a secure (https://) site, etc.] and what steps, if any, you've taken to try and fix the problem.  Also let us know if you have another browser like Firefox ESR (extended support release) installed on your system.
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32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox ESR v52.5.3 * NS Premium v22.11.2.7 * MB Premium v3.3.1 * MS Office 2003 Professional SP3






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