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Windows 7 - Applications/OS Freezing after 2/13 Patch Tuesday Updates

Q: Windows 7 - Applications/OS Freezing after 2/13 Patch Tuesday Updates


Here's my post - after I installed all the Windows updates on 2/13, we starting getting intermittent freezing of the applications and operating system (Windows 7 32 bit). After a while, trying to open an application returns "not enough system resources to complete the requested operation." IE, etc. I also cannot shut down the computer. Once I do a hard re-start, it all comes back until it locks up again. I increased the virtual memory capacity. System restore fails each time after the updates on 2/13.

Any suggestions would be great!

thanks so much!

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Preferred Solution: Windows 7 - Applications/OS Freezing after 2/13 Patch Tuesday Updates

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I got 18 important updates downloaded & installed & rebooted to finish updating.
So far no problems from the updates.
Everything running smoothly.

I then updated Ccleaner to the new version.
Ran it & cleaned up junk.
Ran sfc & dism & sfc again from a batch file.


Updated Shockwave.
Ran a virus scan.{Clean}
Did Extended Disk Cleanup & chkdisk.

Disk Cleanup Extended - Add to Context Menu in Windows


Then made a Macrium image.

I think I'm good to go for a while.

A:Patch Tuesday Updates

Nice one David, good housekeeping

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I have been tasked with getting patch updates from 2008 thru 2014. I started looking them up in the TechNet library, is this the only way to access the old ones or is there an easier way?


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OK, so after getting spooked by the "hidden agenda" of a series of recent 7 updates that apparently track your computing habits and install Windows 10 nagware, I uninstalled all the updates on my computer and have decided to start from scratch.

I just got a notice about a series of updates coming in on "Patch Tuesday" (9 June) of this month. I've looked up some of them and they seem to be somewhat important (I hid all the "recommended" ones which were nothing more than Windows 10 crap), but I'm curious to know what exactly do they "patch" or otherwise do, and how do they do it.

In layman's terms.

Microsoft's security bulletins are too technical for my understanding and I want to make sure I'm not installing adware, nagware, spyware -- or upgradeware.

The updates are:
KB3058515, Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (and which has apparently had some problems)
KB3033890, Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (apparently something to do with Windows Media Player)
KB3057839, Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems
KB3059317, Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems
KB3063858, Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems
The last one is just MRT (KB890830) which I know to be safe.

For the first two, do I need to install them if I never use IE or WMP? I actually have them "turned off" (inaccessible) in Programs & Features. Should ... Read more

A:June 2015 Patch Tuesday updates: What do they do?

I installed them all including 11 or 12 for MS Office products. The only problem I had was with Word on the first use after the updates. For some reason, it reset Add-in security and I had to OK one that I have but don't use often. (PDF generator)

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Just in case several of you are wondering why today's updates haven't been released yet, Microsoft announced a delay in releasing them, but no specific reasons have been given yet.




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MS Patch Tuesday for June 2010, has the largest number of Windows Vista and associated Updates I have ever seen in one hit......16 in all!!

Get ready for the raft of problems that some folks will no doubt have, in completing a successful download of all this lot.

A:MS Patch Tuesday, June 2010 - 16 Updates

Only one has failed for me (haven't restarted yet though!)

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I've found: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/4558998 which I *think* is the July patch Tuesday update for WIndows Server 2019 (long term support channel).
1. Is there any way to confirm which KB is the "patch Tuesday"?
2. Why doesn't the above link, list all of the fixed KBs that have been rolled into it?
I did find this site: https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-US/security-guidance/advisory/CVE-2020-1350
3. For example, for CVE-2020-1350, it does list 4558998 in the Security Updates table at the bottom. Does this imply CVE-2020-1350 is fixed by applying 4558998? But again, why isn't there just one page for 4558998 which lists all addressed CVEs?
My overall goal here is to be able to have a definitive list of cumulative updates and know exactly what is included in them.

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Windows 7 SP1 and Server 2008 R2 SP1 got KB4041681, which you can manually download here. Here's what got fixed:

Addressed issue with docking and undocking Internet Explorer windows.
Addressed issue with form submissions in Internet Explorer.
Addressed issue with URL encoding in Internet Explorer.
Addressed issue that prevents an element from receiving focus in Internet Explorer.
Addressed issue with the rendering of a graphics element in Internet Explorer.
Addressed issue where USBHUB.SYS randomly causes memory corruption that results in random system crashes that are extremely difficult to diagnose.
Security updates to Microsoft Windows Search Component, Windows kernel-mode drivers, Microsoft Graphics Component, Internet Explorer, Windows kernel, Windows Wireless Networking, Microsoft JET Database Engine, and the Windows SMB Server.

There's also a known issue to be aware of, which also affects the update for Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2.

Symptom Workaround
After installing KB4041681, package users may see an error dialog that indicates that an application exception has occurred when closing some applications. This can affect applications that use mshtml.dll to load web content. The failure only occurs when a process is already shutting down and will not impact application functionality. Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

There's also a security-only update, KB4041678, which only contain the security f... Read more

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If you have Windows XP SP3 configured to keep receiving security updates, these are the ones that were released today:

KB4018271 - for Internet Explorer 8

KB4017101 - for Microsoft .NET Framework

KB4019206 - for Windows XP


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It is now Friday and my Windows 7 - 64 bit OS hasn't found this month's updates yet. It's using 50% CPU usage on one of the svchost.exe for system functions in Task Manager (see attached screen shot). I tried to find help on the Web but there are many and conflicting theories and solutions why this is happening. Apparently I am not the only on having this problem. IS there any easy and sure remedy?

A:System still searching for "patch Tuesday" updates

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Patch for "Critical" bug fix on Patch Tuesday
"After being forced to rush out an emergency patch for its Internet Explorer browser last month, Microsoft plans to release just one security update in its first patch release of 2009. The update will be a critical fix for server and desktop versions of Windows, Microsoft said Thursday. It fixes at least one bug that could allow attackers to install unauthorized software on a victim's computer.
Microsoft did not say which bugs it would be fixing with next week's updates, but the company has several to choose from.
In the past month, Microsoft has warned of flaws in its WordPad Text Converter and SQL Server database software.
The researcher who disclosed the SQL Server flaw said recently that Microsoft has known about the issue since April, and had written a patch for it back in September.
One security researcher has also claimed that there is a bug in Microsoft's Windows Media Player, but Microsoft has disputed his findings.
But none of these flaws is in all versions of the underlying Windows operating system, which are being patched next week. According to nCircle Director of Security Operations Andrew Storms, Microsoft could be fixing a known Windows flaw that would allow hackers to gain unauthorized privileges on a computer. "An exploit has already been published for some time along with a whitepaper by the author," Storms said in an instant-message interview.
Microsoft has offered work-arounds ... Read more

A:Critical Windows Bug Fix on Patch Tuesday

Thanks Norm, I'd already seen the notice about this one, that's not to say there wont be more when the time comes,
There will be the usual removal tool update as well I suppose and we'll see how many Office updates sneak in

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Hi, just had a look and saw I had some updates for the patch Tuesday they all installed ok apart from this one plus I get error "code 9C59"

A:Patch Tuesday Windows Update Error

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I've had issues trying to install all of last Tuesday's updates, some of the updates refuse to install & some change the boot drive from C to D & Windows automatic repair wont fix the issue.

Now I have issues with Windows update, it just keeps reporting an error that Microsoft's Fix It tool cant fix.

I've run the SURT tool & done the SFC scan & both haven't fixed the issue either.

Windows update gives error code: 8024402F


Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0):
Windows Validation Data-->
Validation Code: 0
Cached Online Validation Code: 0x0
Windows Product Key: *****-*****-QDT6Q-QJRG4-FQFXH
Windows Product Key Hash: J2INfTiYKjgUFP8m8l8Ftd6PGhk=
Windows Product ID: 00371-168-2821062-85183
Windows Product ID Type: 5
Windows License Type: Retail
Windows OS version: 6.1.7601.2.00010100.1.0.048
ID: {29232CBE-8D91-4498-A5FF-910018F47DDD}(3)
Is Admin: Yes
TestCab: 0x0
LegitcheckControl ActiveX: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Product Name: Windows 7 Professional
Architecture: 0x00000000
Build lab: 7601.win7sp1_gdr.120830-0333
TTS Error:
Validation Diagnostic:
Resolution Status: N/A
Vista WgaER Data-->
ThreatID(s): N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Windows XP Notifications Data-->
Cached Result: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
File Exists: No
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
WgaTray.exe Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
WgaLogon.dll Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
OGA Notifica... Read more

A:Windows update not working since last patch tuesday

Hello Forky, and welcome to Seven Forums.

You might see if using OPTION TWO in the tutorial below to reset and reregister Windows Update may help.

Windows Update - Reset

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as per this website
Susan Bradley states

I got word back as follows: Outlook 2010 Calendar Folder property is empty - Microsoft Community

As of now, the product group has consolidated similar cases and currently working on the fix for the Event 27 issue, which is planned for the December 2013 Cumulative Update. Timelines can change for a number of reasons, and if a change does occur I will provide you with an update. You can find information on the Cumulative Update release schedule here:

go to the 5th page and you will see it

A:Office 2010 sp2 patch should be in Dec Patch tuesday

Hotfix for this issue.

Description of the Outlook 2010 hotfix package (Outlook-x-none.msp): December 10, 2013

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July 7, 2011

Microsoft today announced plans to patch 22 serious security vulnerabilities in its Windows operating system and Office productivity suite.

As part of the July Patch Tuesday releases, Microsoft will ship four bulletins. One of the bulletins will carry a “critical” rating because of a high risk of remote code execution attacks.

Three of the four bulletins will address security holes in Windows, the company’s flagship operating system. Affected Windows versions include Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

The Microsoft Office update will ship patches for security problems in Microsoft Visio 2003 Service Pack 3.

The bulletins are slated for release on July 12th at 10:00 a.m. PDT.


MS Patch Tuesday head-up: 22 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office | ZDNet

Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification issued: July 7, 2011


A:MS Patch Tuesday heads-up: 22 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office

Sigh ... guess I need to put aside some extra time - again. I install just a few updates at a time, never all at once.

Thanks for the heads up.

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Only had 7 updates this month, 1 for the usual Windows Malicious Software Removal, one was for Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 and 5 other security updates related to Windows 7, surprisingly there was no update for IE or no updates for Office 2013 Professional Plus

A:Final Patch Tuesday of Windows 7 Mainstream support so how did it go

It went fine. Did all 7 of the updates and rebooted without issue. System had not checked for updates since early this morning, so I had to manually start the search. Also surprised that IE wasn't patched (or so it wasn't listed) in the updates. I didn't look at each of the 5 details to see if IE was buried in any of them. No problems with either user on this machine after the reboot. I did a system image backup last night in preparation for tonight's update.

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Microsoft’s September batch of security patches will include fixes for 13 documented vulnerabilities affecting Windows, Internet Information Services (IIS), and Microsoft Office. According to the company’s advance notification for this month’s Patch Tuesday, there will be a total of 9 bulletins (four rated critical) addressing flaws in all versions of Windows, including Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008.

The Microsoft Office bulletins will cover security holes in Microsoft Office XP, Microsoft Office 2003 and Microsoft Office 2007. It is likely these will include fixes for the DLL load hijacking attack vector that affects hundreds of Windows applications.

Seven of the nine bulletins address flaws that could lead to “remote code execution” attacks so it’s important for affected Windows users to pay close attention to this patch batch.

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Patch Tuesday heads-up: 9 bulletins, 13 Windows vulnerabilities | ZDNet

A:Patch Tuesday heads-up: 9 bulletins, 13 Windows vulnerabilities

Allow me to give my little sermon now, rather than wait for the Thursday after patch Tuesday.

Set your automatic update to notify and not install. Now don't argue this point, because I am speaking from the experience that I have acquired from helping others. If you receive a large number of updates they will be all installed at the same time. If more than several require a restart, a conflct will develop. Then on Thursday, the posters come and tell me that "The update is jammed and my computer will not boot", etc.
Dont be one of them. Set the update to notify.
Windows Update Settings - Change

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See http://news.com.com/Microsoft+preps+critical+Windows+patch/2100-1002_3-5739542.html?tag=nefd.top
for full article

As part of its monthly patching cycle, Microsoft plans to release on Tuesday 10 security alerts for flaws in Windows and other programs.

-- Tom

A:Microsoft Critical Windows Patch Tuesday June 14th

wow, this is because of a new vulnerability in PCP/Ip stack and they never issied any patches last month, ketchup time!

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USERS OF THE WINDOWS 10 Technical Preview have been advised to uninstall Microsoft Office before applying this month's Patch Tuesday security updates, then to reinstall it.
Testers have been warned since the announcement and release of the Preview to expect complications and irregularities with the operating system as it is in no way considered finished.
It is rather an opportunity for people to feed back on its development before consumer release in the second half of 2015


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Microsoft's Patch Tuesday this month will be a big one: 10 bulletins
fixing 34 vulnerabilities in Windows, Office and Internet Explorer.
Read the full story
Patch Tuesday heads-up: 10 bulletins, 34 flaws (IE, Windows affected) | ZDNet

A:Patch tuesday heads-up: 10 bulletins, 34 flaws (ie, windows affected)

Thanks Borg for the update information. . .always good to know in advance.

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Desktop with Asus Z77 Sabertooth MB. First boot after last patch Tuesday's successful restart and I get the Boot Manger error Windows Failed to Start 0xc000000f. Put the original Microsoft (as in purchased from) Windows 7 Ultimate x64 DVD in the drive, click repair, and I receive "This version of Windows Recovery Options is not compatible with the version you are trying to repair".

Put in 2 different iso's of Win 7 x64 that I had created some time back. Get the same error messages.

I had never requested the Win 10 download and uninstalled the icon KB to get it off the taskbar.

Booted an old Macrium reflect backup for the machine (wish I'd written the date on the disc) and it shows one instance of Windows 7 x64 on the correct HD.

Booted UBCD 5.2.7 and ran a quick disk check with no errors.

Suggestions welcome. Not sure why I'm getting an incorrect OS error on the restore.

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My folks PC has Windows 7 and since it has been working perfectly they chose NOT to install SP1 until absolutely required.

This past Tuesday their computer received none of the normal security updates or patches. It did strangely receive the May 2013 Malicious Software Removal Tool but that was it.

What I want to know is it OK to manually download the latest security updates (for May 2013) and will the OS recognize them without a problem and if I do this would it conflict with when I actually install SP1 at a later date.

Any experts please chime in. Thanks.

A:Windows 7 WITHOUT SP1. No may updates on tuesday. Manual updates ok?


I recommend installing Service Pack 1 first before you install the security updates . Windows requires the SP to get the recent security updates .

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I have enough pain in my mouth already, but life goes on so before I attempt to do my computers,
can someone explain what these two i marked in the picture are for please?

A:Patch Tuesday again so?

Also problems with any of the bunch of them also?

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Even W8CP has a Patch Tuesday.

A:Patch Tuesday

The only way to end patch Tuesday would be to abolish Tuesday.....But it's good some things never change

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I need some information regarding Patch Tuesday. 

What time on the Tuesday are they released in UK time?
A monthly roll-up covers last month or the month ahead? i.e if I was to download updates tomorrow would it be for October or November?


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Windows update advised me of 7 updates available today. I immediately ruled out 4 of them. Those that remain are:


All 3 carry the following description:

"A security issue has been identified that could allow an unauthenticated remote attacker to compromise your system and gain control over it."

Has anyone installed/tested these yet? I'm going to need a little more info than MS is offering before I install these.


A:Patch Tuesday - 6/9/10

Have you tried the security bulletins, e.g. MS10-032: Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel-Mode drivers could allow remote code execution ?

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Take this action, now. Dont be one that will come on the day after patch Tuesday with problems

Patch Tuesday heads-up: 9 bulletins, 13 Windows vulnerabilities - Windows 7 Forums

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OK Gang its the second Tuesday of the Month soon, which means that we will be getting updates from Microsoft. To try to ensure a problem free installation set your windows update to notify and then install only one or two updates at a time. Doing them all at once or having them done automatically by Windows update is the cause of many problems experienced by members of this and The Seven Forums. Dont become a statistic, take your time to install
Windows Update - Windows Automatic Updating

A:Patch Tuesday

Thanks Rich Does this only apply to Vista?

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I thought today was the day to get our update?

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any problems with the windows updates yet?
thank you

A:Patch Tuesday again so?

I don't know yet. I always wait until Saturday before installing them. That way, if there is a problem, there is time for the word to get out before updating. So far, when there has been a problem, M$ has had time by Saturday to pull the problem updates, if not fix them.

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Any problems so far this month only 6 security updates for me one for IE10, 3 updates for Windows 7, one security update for Windows 7 and the Windows Malicious Software Tool April 2014, here is my screenshot

A:here we go again- Patch Tuesday

I had 7 Win 7 updates & 1 MSE update. All installed without a problem & required a restart. Total update including Explorer 11 update 68Mb approx.

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when I first looked at the preview there were only 5, now I look and I have 20 sheesh
So any problems with the installs?
here are mine but I have not done them yet
Thanks as always

A:Here we go again- Patch Tuesday

This may help you

Only have one update this Tuesday

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I have not gotten them yet, i normally get them 4 pm est. but before i go and put them on has anyone had any problems with them as of yet or later today or even into tomorrow
After last month i want to see what others experienced before i put them on mine and others

A:Here we are again-Patch Tuesday

has anyone experienced when click on the "more information" in windows updates for any one of the updates it goes to a page and says OOPS "The page you are looking for may have a new location, or is no longer available.
It is doing this for every one
Did Microsoft just not put the info in yet?

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hi Guys,
i use windows 2000 pro. for the last 2 days my PC and Laptop want to update windows.
the patch is "KB832894". i reboot the both machines but i keep getting the update notice and when i click install it keeps installing the KB832894 security patch. then says it was successful.
about 10 min. later its back again.
anyone else have this problem???
any one heard of it???

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OK I downloaded and installed all 21 patches (took an age) but I still get the occasional "Windows Explorer has stopped working" message.
I've run SFC /scannow several times and all seems well.
Any ideas?

A:Patch Tuesday

Quote: Originally Posted by prospero

OK I downloaded and installed all 21 patches (took an age) but I still get the occasional "Windows Explorer has stopped working" message.
I've run SFC /scannow several times and all seems well.
Any ideas?

There are several ways to find what the problem is. The best is to go into event viewer (type eventvwr in search). Go to the windows log>application tab.

You want to look for critical errors (they have red in the left column ).

When you find them you want to look for critical errors that say app hang, app crash, or anything that relates to the problem.

When you find them please note the event ID, and the source codes and tell us what they are.

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It is a snowy patch Tuesday here but I would like to know how it went for everyone
I am a bit confused, when looking at mine there is one that says security update for windows kb2887069
when clicking on more info- it shows that one is a kernel drive one but the kb is different kb 2880430Also I have the same thing and it also says it is a kernel drive on for kb28993984 and when clicking on more info it says it is also kb2880430- huh?

A:Here we are again- Patch tuesday

what I seem to gather is that kb2887069 and kb2893974 are both for kernel drivers?
Am I correct?
and if so why would Microsoft make 2 kbs the same thing?

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A total of 15 updates for me this month. There are two large .NET 4 updates which are initially not selected. Apply these after the main bunch they take a long time to apply. On the shutdown for restart it sat at the preparing updates screen for over 30 minutes so be patient.

A:August Patch Tuesday

Quote: Originally Posted by kado897

On the shutdown for restart it sat at the preparing updates screen for over 30 minutes so be patient.

Odd. I received the same updates as you did since I, also, have Office 2010 (plus two additional ones for my MS Keyboard and mouse) but the restart was maybe 5 minutes at most.

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My system got its monthly update - without me watching it this time - and now one of my applications, WordPerfect won't open. I don't think the problem is with the application, because it was working fine early this a.m.

Can you tell me how to UNDO today's patch?


Also, anyone else having problems after the patch?

A:Patch tuesday problem?

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hi Guys,
i wanted to install the latest round of updates from MS and an luck would have it the power company changed feeders and flipped power. the install failed. now when i go to the update site it says i need the update, but when i install it says that a file in the .net frame work failed.
it does not show up in add and remove programs. i can not uninstall. tried the "go back" trick
did not work. the OS is XP pro with SP2. I tried to search the MS site but had no luck. (maybe not the right search words). Any thoughts?


A:Patch Tuesday problem

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It's Wednesday morning here. I spent last night in Vista after installing Windows Update packages.
This morning I've been trying to boot in W7 (7057) and I keep getting a BSOD.
On my first attempt everything seemed fine but I got a restart to load security patch message from Kaspersky so I clicked restart now.
Since then I've had BSODs every time (about 8 attempts)
I've tried Safe Mode but can't find what's wrong other than superfetch and security center are not starting (?)
I have EVGA precision running at startup and it seems to get to the point where that would normally request permission and crash.
In other words it gets past the Welcome screen, I see my wallpaper and then BSOD.
Could it be the Windows Updates I installed last night?
It's been working like a dream before that.
Any help would be appreciated, John

A:BSOD after patch Tuesday. Help!

*several* users have reported that Kaspersky is going nuts on Win 7 - end result has been (for the most part) to get rid of Kaspersky....

Take a look in the Security forum....

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hi, i have windows xp sp3 home edition,,i have windows update set to download automatically but i will install updates myself...
last month ,august, & this month,september, i haven't had any patches,,so i try to get patches manually..
when my computer is scanned by windows to check for latest updates i get the result that there are no updates..i use the express install & not the custom to check for latest updates,(when it's not done automatically).
any answers?

A:patch tuesday not downloading

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Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for September 2011 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/bulletin/ms11-sepAdvanced Notification for the September 2011 Bulletin Release http://blogs.technet.com/b/msrc/archive/2011/09/08/advanced-notification-for-the-september-2011-bulletin-release.aspxAdobe to ship critical Reader, Acrobat patches September 13, 2011 http://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/apsb11-24.htmlAdobe plans to release "critical" patches to cover code execution vulnerabilities in Reader X software (Windows and Mac OS X)., Adobe Acrobat X (10.1) and earlier versions for Windows and Mac to resolve critical security issues.Affected software versions Adobe Reader X (10.1) and earlier 10.x versions for Windows and Macintosh Adobe Reader 9.4.5 and earlier 9.x versions for Windows and Macintosh Adobe Reader 8.3 and earlier 8.x versions for Windows and Macintosh Adobe Acrobat X (10.1) and earlier 10.x versions for Windows and Macintosh Adobe Acrobat 9.4.5 and earlier 9.x versions for Windows and Macintosh Adobe Acrobat 8.3 and earlier 8.x versions for Windows and Macintosh

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August will be another substantial patch month for Microsoft, with the vendor releasing 12 security bulletins next Tuesday to fix holes in its Windows OS (operating system) and the Office productivity suite.Ten of the patches will affect Windows, with at least one rated as a 'critical' update. The other two security updates, at least one of which is also rated critical, affect Office...pcadvisor.co.ukMicrosoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification

A:Another Big Ms Patch Tuesday Coming

Don't you just love MS, especially on patch day?

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Russian roulette time again. Anyone seen these materialise yet? Trouble free?

A:October patch tuesday

Luckily I'm in the UK so it's patch Wednesday for us - we let our American friends test things out for us on the Tuesday

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so once again tomorrow is Patch Tuesday when Microsoft releases all of the security patches for Windows 7, Internet Explorer, and .net framework, does anybody know what time these updates will be available, will they be available right after midnight tonight

A:Patch Tuesday this month

I have never seen updates right after midnight.

I usually get them around 10 AM or after in my time zone.

Microsoft readies massive Windows update - Problems from XP to 8 | TechEye

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Today is Patch Tuesday, which means that it's that time of the month when Microsoft updates all versions of Windows 10. In total, there are six separate cumulative updates for the OS, as phones on version 1709 are on a different branch than PCs now.

PCs on the Fall Creators Update will see KB4048955, or build 16299.64. You can manually download it here, and it includes the following fixes:

Addressed issue that causes the Mixed Reality Portal to stop responding on launch.
Addressed issue that causes a black screen to appear when you switch between windowed and full-screen modes when playing some Microsoft DirectX games.
Addressed a compatibility issue that occurs when you play back a Game DVR PC recording using Android or iOS devices.
Addressed issue where the functional keys stop working on Microsoft Designer Keyboards.
Addressed issue to ensure that certain USB devices and head-mounted displays (HMD) are enumerated properly after the system wakes up from Connected Standby.
Addressed issue where the virtual smart card doesn't assess the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) vulnerability correctly.
Addressed issue where Get-StorageJob returns nothing when there are storage jobs running on the machine.
Addressed issue where applications based on the Microsoft JET Database Engine (Microsoft Access 2007 and older or non-Microsoft applications) fail when creating or opening Microsoft Excel .xls files. The error message is: ?Unexpected error from external database driver (1)... Read more

A:Patch Tuesday [14.11.2017]

Installed, rebooted no issues so far.

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