KB883939 Security Update

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Fran, Jun 17, 2005.

  1. Fran

    Fran Guest

    After clicking on the Yellow shield, it installed everything "successfully"
    and when it REBOOTED - It froze and would not boot (for over an hour). The
    red light is on (but not flashing). I have XP-2 on a home network (2 laptops
    are attached via Netgear Wireless Router) with cable modem. I had to boot to
    safe mode (with network) to restore to before I did this and it booted fine.
    I tried this TWICE - same thing. I even turned off the laptops and tried to
    install - won't boot. Needless to say - I have the install shield again with
    updates ready - So now what do I do????? There are no error messages - I
    suspect there is a NETWORK problem of some kind but without the download,
    everything is fine.
     
    Fran, Jun 17, 2005
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  2. Fran

    Geoff Pearce Guest

    I am also having problems with this update. I install it, get a message
    saying install successful, and then I get another yellow shield telling me
    the same update is there for me to download. If I manually do it through
    the website - again successful completion and install, but I still get the
    prompt to download it - its maddening and I have turned the automatic
    downloads off
     
    Geoff Pearce, Jun 21, 2005
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  3. Fran

    Fran Guest

    I ignored the shield and went right to the site and downloaded and it
    installed correctly. I WAS able to boot properly after that so I figure
    something got corrupted with the files the shield downloaded. Shouldn't work
    that way......
     
    Fran, Jun 21, 2005
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  4. Fran

    Geoff Pearce Guest

    Yes - I did that too- said it was installed correctly, yet when I go to
    the manual download site again to check for any other downloads (because I
    have turned off automatic downloads), then the same download comes up again
    for me to install. ?????
     
    Geoff Pearce, Jun 21, 2005
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