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Auto Update Of M$ Last Night Causing Browser Problems


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#1 booker t

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Posted 12 July 2007 - 10:45 AM

I have only had my Acer notebook a couple of weeks now and just minor glitches and now I have a major one.
The Staples tech when other apps were installed was to have set M$ updates to Manual, as I like to have control; but obviously he did not.

I browsed all night for a prolject i am working on and got a lot of info. Then I shut off the notebook and was ready cto call it a night. Then the Windows started to d/l 4 updates, much to my chagrin and I did not know how to stop it.

Now today I get up to resume my and the IE 7 vers. 5.1.2600 sp2 bld 200 keeps encountering a problem and must close.

Everything was working fine until after those 4 patches.
They are:
1. Malicious software tool kb890830
2.Update Windows XP
3, Security Network Framework Version 1.1 s/p kb928366
4. Security Network Framework vers.2 kb928365

How do I shug off this stupid auto update and how do I figure out which is the culprit or maybe there are more than one causing the issue???

I really need to get the project done and need advice as soon as possibel.
Thankyou.

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Posted 12 July 2007 - 11:27 AM

Have you tried to remove the updates through Add/Remove, from the Control Panel?
When the list of programs is populated, make sure Show updates, at the top, is checked.
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