I get screwed after the automatic updates

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Deolair E. Ocampo, Oct 15, 2006.

  1. I'm getting tired of Microsoft products. Sometimes the updates take too long
    and I can't even use the computer. Like it takes almost the next day for
    updates to finish. I screwed up my Windows XP and now might have to
    reinstall the software again. Then it goes again of calling Microsoft to
    unlock the key again. When it got screwed up, it requires of me when booting
    to put the holographic Genuine Windows XP CD to pass the booting. If I don't
    have the Genuine Windows XP CD in the CD-ROM drive, it won't boot to HARD
    DRIVE at all. It's like Microsoft doesn't trust you anymore. Now with the
    latest update that I shouldn't have reset on, Windows XP freezes with the
    SVCHOST.EXE giving me problems. That's a SYSTEM ERROR which is a fatal flaw
    on updates. System is crashed! Last time it warned me not to shut down the
    computer it would turn off automatically, but that takes too long. I
    shouldn't have the computer in the room when I sleep. I hope Microsoft could
    send me something to fix this. I don't want to spend $49.99 for Windows
    OneCare CD. I have no virus because I know now it's bad to shut down during
    an update. I wonder what does Updates have to do to with SVCHOST.EXE. I
    remember when things get corrupted, I reinstall the software. The thing here
    is there's a DLL associated with SVCHOST.EXE that popped in the errors. To
    me I'm like in DLL HELL. EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG "number of problems commonly
    encountered with DLLs – especially after numerous applications have been
    installed and uninstalled on a system." Since Microsoft is a business. the
    ..NET Framework came out from DLL HELL. If Microsoft could tell me how to fix
    the DLL, I would be happy. I sent the error report from my computer and tell
    me how to fix it.
     
    Deolair E. Ocampo, Oct 15, 2006
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  2. Deolair E. Ocampo

    Alias~- Guest

    Deolair E. Ocampo wrote:

    It's like Microsoft doesn't trust you anymore. <<<<<<<

    They never did.

    Alias
     
    Alias~-, Oct 15, 2006
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  3. At least Bill Gates doesn't give a rat's @$$ anymore to Microsoft and cares
    more about people with his foundation.
     
    Deolair E. Ocampo, Oct 15, 2006
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  4. Deolair E. Ocampo

    Alias~- Guest

    Yeah, nothing like hobnobbing with Madonna, Angelina and Brad Pitt to
    assuage your conscience.

    Alias
     
    Alias~-, Oct 16, 2006
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