q823559

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Jim, Sep 26, 2008.

  1. Jim

    Jim Guest

    After reinstalling IEv.6 I had to do some critical updates of which this was
    one;
    Microsoft Security Bulletin MS03-023
    Buffer Overrun In HTML Converter Could Allow Code Execution (823559)

    Originally posted: July 9, 2003
    Updated: May 13, 2004
    Version: 1.5

    I have had to reinstall this 2 times this week and after the last install I
    ran a scan and again it is asking for this critical update! Each update
    states that the q823559 was successful...What's the problem here?
     
    Jim, Sep 26, 2008
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  2. Jim

    Jim Guest

    Also, I would like to add that it is listed in Control Panel>Add/Remove as
    Q823559 installed.
     
    Jim, Sep 27, 2008
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  3. How did you go about reinstalling IE6 in Win98? What issues were you having
    that you thought reinstalling IE6 might resolve?

    If you (1) download the installer for KB823559 from the following link,
    saving it to your desktop, (2) double-click on the saved file to install it
    manually, and then (3) reboot, does Windows Update still offer it?

    Download details: Security Update for Microsoft Windows 98 and Windows 98
    Second Edition (KB823559):
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=71ec81dd-9e86-4956-94f5-b6e020348569

    Support for Win98 ended in July 2006. While MS offers free support for
    Windows Update issues, this support no longer applies to Win98.
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Sep 27, 2008
    #3
  4. Jim

    Jim Guest

    It was an error. I was supposed to repair IE and instead I went into Control
    Panel>Add\Remove and D-clicked IE. I then refreshed my memory of the
    Advanced option on reinstate previous version and clicked ok instead of
    cancel to exit. The application uninstalled and reinstalled the previous
    version 5. At this point I went to MS Support and DL the MSIEv.6 and
    reinstalled it. Next I went to WindowsUpdate to check for critical updates
    and installed all of which q823559 was one. I have left Windows Critical
    Update on and the next day a prompt for critical update. Upon checking I
    found the offer of q823559 again. After running the install again I check
    with initial scan and again the prompt shows up...This is in Control Panel
    as a windows security update. Is it possible that the scanner is wrong?
     
    Jim, Sep 27, 2008
    #4
  5. By any chance and at any point in the past, have you had occasion to (1)
    reinstall Win98 (2) without having first uninstalled IE6 via Add/Remove
    Programs?

    If you go to http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com, select CUSTOM and scan, is
    KB823559 (or Q823559) offered (again)? Is it listed in the Update History
    section and if so, does this listing indicate a Successful install? Does
    Windows Update offer you any other security updates?

    Have you tried to install KB823559 manually per my previous reply?
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Sep 27, 2008
    #5
  6. Jim

    Jim Guest

    No, I have never had to reinstall win98se or IE.

    The scan was the Welcome page scan. I do not see the "custom" scan. I do see
    [Other Options] \View| Personalize| Support. Is this what you mean by
    "custom", to Personalize Windows Update?

    It is listed in the View Installation History several times, each time it
    states the install was successful.

    Initially the Update site did offer other updates (6) in all, of which
    q823559 was one.

    I have not tried the manual update since q823559 is already there.
     
    Jim, Sep 27, 2008
    #6
  7. Jim

    Jim Guest

    I just went to [Other Options] Personalize and ran a "custom" scan and
    q823559 did not come up!

     
    Jim, Sep 27, 2008
    #7
  8. 1. If Q823559 is listed in Add/Remove Programs, Uninstall it & reboot.

    2. Download this installer, saving it to your desktop for convenience (do
    NOT Run it):
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=71ec81dd-9e86-4956-94f5-b6e020348569

    3. Physically disconnect the machine from the internet.

    4. Disable your anti-virus application.

    5. Double-click on the saved file to install Q823559.

    6. Reboot twice.

    7. Reconnect the machine to the internet and see if Windows Update offers
    Q823559 again.

    The above notwithstanding:

    I'd strongly recommend uninstalling notoriously buggy and
    no-longer-supported "Microsoft Windows Critical Update Notification" via
    Add/Remove Programs. Support for Win98 ended over 2 years ago and no Win98
    updates have been released since then and none will ever be released.
    Should you have occasion to reinstall Win98 (after having first uninstalled
    IE6) and need to get the machine fully patched again, simply
    download/install IE6 SP1 manually and then go to Windows Update website.

    Given that mysterious IE6 business to which you referred in an earlier reply
    to this thread, I'd also strongly recommend Overinstalling IE6 SP1:

    First, close *everything* via CTRL+ALT+DEL except Windows Explorer (includes
    your AV program, Scheduled Tasks, Screensaver, and going offline). Start |
    Run | (type in) IE6Setup.exe | [OK]. Select Minimal - Custom; Select all
    the parts you use (e.g., Outlook Express) but none that you didn't
    originally download, and overinstall. Should take about 2 minutes. Reboot
    the computer.

    Now, with AV and all other running processes still closed, check in at
    Windows Update for additional updates and patches you may need.
    --
    ~PA Bear
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Sep 27, 2008
    #8
  9. Then ignore most of my last reply.
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Sep 27, 2008
    #9
  10. To clarify, do NOT ignore the below:
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Sep 27, 2008
    #10
  11. Jim

    Jim Guest

    Hi, I found this error in the winupdatelog;
    2008-10-01 09:36:07 13:36:07 Error IUENGINE Library download
    error. Will retry. (Error 0x801901F4)
    I did a cleanboot and did use ccleaner so this log may have been erased. As
    far as the critical autoupdates feature is concerned, it may be a "dead
    alvin", but if I did not have it on I would have assumed all this was ok
    when it really was not. So it did protect in that sense of a reinstall after
    the accidental uninstall of IEv.6 and the return to previous version 5. This
    occurs when the user is in the radio pick and in the [advanced] dialogue and
    clicks ok instead of cancel causing the uninstall of IEv.6 to begin.
    If I need to install manually with safe mode, there are about 15 DL choices
    in that list. Do I need to DL each one?
     
    Jim, Oct 1, 2008
    #11
  12. Jim

    Jim Guest

    I just tried again the update and this is the log of it with 1 error in the
    log;

    from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/consumerdrivers/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-01 12:39:50 16:39:50 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-01 12:39:51 16:39:51 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Download started
    2008-10-01 12:39:51 16:39:51 Success IUENGINE Download
    destination root folder is: c:\WUTemp
    2008-10-01 12:39:58 16:39:58 Success IUENGINE Downloaded file
    http://download.windowsupdate.com/m...23559USA8_0e714506b380e4be11ff07b31da9da9.EXE
    2008-10-01 12:39:58 16:39:58 Success IUENGINE Local path
    c:\WUTemp\com_microsoft.Q823559_98\823559USA8.EXE
    2008-10-01 12:39:58 16:39:58 Error IUENGINE Library download
    error. Will retry. (Error 0x801901F4)
    2008-10-01 12:39:59 16:39:59 Success IUENGINE See iuhist.xml for
    details: Download finished
    2008-10-01 12:39:59 16:39:59 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Install started
    2008-10-01 12:39:59 16:39:59 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Install completed startup
    2008-10-01 12:39:59 16:39:59 Success IUENGINE Installing SOFTWARE
    item from publisher com_microsoft
    2008-10-01 12:39:59 16:39:59 Success IUENGINE Installer Command
    Type: EXE
    2008-10-01 12:40:01 16:40:01 Success IUENGINE See iuhist.xml for
    details: Install finished

    This is the same error that is triggering the Windows Critical Update to
    prompt...?
     
    Jim, Oct 1, 2008
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  13. Thread history:
    http://groups.google.com/group/micr..._frm/thread/d5c99b0ae721f42f/455c688cdb10b216

    0x801901F4 BG_E_HTTP_ERROR_500
    The server encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from
    fulfilling the request.

    Yes, both errors point to the same problem.

    Have you tried overinstalling IE6 SP1 as I suggested in an earlier reply to
    this thread?

    What anti-virus application or security suite is installed? What
    anti-spyware applications (other than Defender)? What third-party firewall
    (if any)?

    How is the machine connecting to the internet (i.e., dial-up; DSL; cable;
    satellite)? Is a router involved? Is an internet (or web) accelerator
    installed (typically included with low-priced dial-up ISPs)?
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Oct 1, 2008
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  14. Jim

    Jim Guest

    Does that error mean that the update did not successfully DL? OR does it
    mean that this machines log of a successful DL is in error\corrupted? The
    View Installation History states a successful DL and the Add\Remove software
    in Control Panel shows a successful DL to this machine. AND

    Windows Update.log : c:\WUTemp\com_microsoft.Q823559_98\823559USA8.EXE
    2008-10-01 12:39:58 16:39:58 Error IUENGINE Library download
    error. Will retry. (Error 0x801901F4)

    No, I did not do an overinstall of IEv.6 SP1 as of this time. Since I did a
    cleanboot install of IEv.6 over v.5 I do not see this a problem. Could this
    be a result of a previous update blocking some logging of q823559? This
    file: %windir%\kb823559.log is not found. ref.
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910339
    AV-Avast; AS-SpySweeper; FW-ZA
    DSL
     
    Jim, Oct 2, 2008
    #14
  15. [Begin crosspost to Win98 General newsgroup]

    Thread history:
    http://groups.google.com/group/micr..._frm/thread/d5c99b0ae721f42f/455c688cdb10b216

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    The 0x801901F4 error(s) means that the update(s) failed to download AND
    install.

    IIRC only older versions of Zone Alarm firewall will work properly in Win98,
    Jim. If you're NOT running Zone Alarm v6.1.744.1, uninstall it now. [If
    you're connecting to the DSL modem via a router, the router alone should
    provide adequate protection for the Win98 box. Others here are sure to
    disagree with me but so be it.]

    Moving on...

    [You will want to print or copy/paste the following instructions into
    Notepad for offline reference.]

    1. AFAIK, no currently supported version of SpySweeper's supported in Win98.
    Assuming you've not purchased SpySweeper (or if you don't get if "free" from
    your ISP or MSN), please (a) disable all SpySweeper Guards (protections)
    then (b) uninstall it.

    2. Very briefly & temporarily, disable ZA firewall (if still installed)
    *and* all SpySweeper Guards (if still installed) *and* Avast *and*
    physically disconnect the machine from the internet. Don't reconnect until
    Step #4 below!

    3a. Now overinstall IE6 SP1 per my previous reply to this thread:
    http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.win98.internet.windows_update/msg/c2441e1a72a2d39b

    3b. After rebooting, repeat Step #2 above!!

    4. Now reconnect to the internet and go to Windows Update and try again.
    Follow all prompts.

    NB: Don't do ANYTHING else online until Avast has been re-enabled and (if
    you don't connect via a router) until ZA (v6.1.744.1 or earlier) has been
    re-enabled!!
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Oct 3, 2008
    #15
  16. Jim

    Jim Guest

    OK, I tried this approach and on the ie6setup.exe the minimal and the prompt
    at the end of the install secession states [radio button] all these
    components are already installed do you want to exit and the other [radio]
    asks if the you want to install all components. So I just chose next>next>on
    out. Is that the correct way?
    Then I went to win update and tried again and the log in %windir% looks ok.
    Here is part of the logging and no apparent errors:

    2008-10-03 14:55:09 18:55:09 Success IUCTL Starting
    2008-10-03 14:55:10 18:55:10 Success IUCTL Downloaded
    iuident.cab from http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/v4/ to C:\Program
    Files\WindowsUpdate\V4
    2008-10-03 14:55:10 18:55:10 Success IUCTL Checking to see if
    new version of Windows Update software available
    2008-10-03 14:55:10 18:55:10 Success IUCTL Current iuctl.dll
    version: 5.3.3790.13
    2008-10-03 14:55:10 18:55:10 Success IUCTL Current
    iuengine.dll version: 5.3.3716.1
    2008-10-03 14:55:11 18:55:11 Success IUENGINE Starting
    2008-10-03 14:55:12 18:55:12 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 14:55:12 18:55:12 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 14:59:18 18:59:18 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 14:59:19 18:59:19 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 14:59:23 18:59:23 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 14:59:28 18:59:28 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 14:59:31 18:59:31 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 14:59:31 18:59:31 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from
    https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/consumerdrivers/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:00:23 19:00:23 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:00:24 19:00:24 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Download started
    2008-10-03 15:00:24 19:00:24 Success IUENGINE Download
    destination root folder is: c:\WUTemp
    2008-10-03 15:00:29 19:00:29 Success IUENGINE Downloaded file
    http://download.windowsupdate.com/m...23559USA8_0e714506b380e4be11ff07b31da9da9.EXE
    2008-10-03 15:00:29 19:00:29 Success IUENGINE Local path
    c:\WUTemp\com_microsoft.Q823559_98\823559USA8.EXE
    2008-10-03 15:00:29 19:00:29 Success IUENGINE See iuhist.xml for
    details: Download finished
    2008-10-03 15:00:29 19:00:29 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Install started
    2008-10-03 15:00:29 19:00:29 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Install completed startup
    2008-10-03 15:00:29 19:00:29 Success IUENGINE Installing SOFTWARE
    item from publisher com_microsoft
    2008-10-03 15:00:29 19:00:29 Success IUENGINE Installer Command
    Type: EXE
    2008-10-03 15:00:30 19:00:30 Success IUENGINE See iuhist.xml for
    details: Install finished

    OK, I turn on the FW-ZA and for the moment a v.9 active shield for McAfee. I
    go back and check scan for the updates and here is the log at the next later
    times with the errors back:

    2008-10-03 15:50:14 19:50:14 Success IUENGINE Starting
    2008-10-03 15:50:14 19:50:14 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 15:50:14 19:50:14 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 15:50:19 19:50:19 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:50:19 19:50:19 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:50:23 19:50:23 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:50:28 19:50:28 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:50:30 19:50:30 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 15:50:30 19:50:30 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from
    https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/consumerdrivers/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:50:54 19:50:54 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:50:55 19:50:55 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Download started
    2008-10-03 15:50:55 19:50:55 Success IUENGINE Download
    destination root folder is: c:\WUTemp
    2008-10-03 15:51:00 19:51:00 Success IUENGINE Downloaded file
    http://download.windowsupdate.com/m...23559USA8_0e714506b380e4be11ff07b31da9da9.EXE
    2008-10-03 15:51:00 19:51:00 Success IUENGINE Local path
    c:\WUTemp\com_microsoft.Q823559_98\823559USA8.EXE
    2008-10-03 15:51:00 19:51:00 Error IUENGINE Library download
    error. Will retry. (Error 0x801901F4)
    2008-10-03 15:51:01 19:51:01 Success IUENGINE See iuhist.xml for
    details: Download finished
    2008-10-03 15:51:01 19:51:01 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Install started
    2008-10-03 15:51:01 19:51:01 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Install completed startup
    2008-10-03 15:51:01 19:51:01 Success IUENGINE Installing SOFTWARE
    item from publisher com_microsoft
    2008-10-03 15:51:01 19:51:01 Success IUENGINE Installer Command
    Type: EXE
    2008-10-03 15:51:02 19:51:02 Error IUENGINE Library download
    error. Will retry. (Error 0x801901F4)
    2008-10-03 15:51:02 19:51:02 Success IUENGINE See iuhist.xml for
    details: Install finished
    2008-10-03 15:51:46 19:51:46 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:51:47 19:51:47 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:51:50 19:51:50 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:51:55 19:51:55 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:51:56 19:51:56 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 15:51:57 19:51:57 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from
    https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/consumerdrivers/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 15:52:07 19:52:07 Success IUENGINE Shutting down
    2008-10-03 15:52:07 19:52:07 Success IUCTL Shutting down

    The question still remains did this update install? Is there a way to check
    this update?

     
    Jim, Oct 3, 2008
    #16
  17. Jim

    Jim Guest

    OK, next I tried the reinstall of ie6setup with [radio button] reinstall all
    components (which is not a minimal) and went thru the whole approach again.
    Here I had 3 critical updates to install with a reboot at the end. This is
    the log of win update on this machine which appears to be successful.

    2008-10-03 17:29:19 21:29:19 Success IUCTL Starting
    2008-10-03 17:29:21 21:29:21 Success IUCTL Downloaded
    iuident.cab from http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/v4/ to C:\Program
    Files\WindowsUpdate\V4
    2008-10-03 17:29:22 21:29:22 Success IUCTL Checking to see if
    new version of Windows Update software available
    2008-10-03 17:29:22 21:29:22 Success IUCTL Current iuctl.dll
    version: 5.3.3790.13
    2008-10-03 17:29:22 21:29:22 Success IUCTL Current
    iuengine.dll version: 5.3.3716.1
    2008-10-03 17:29:22 21:29:22 Success IUENGINE Starting
    2008-10-03 17:29:23 21:29:23 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 17:29:23 21:29:23 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 17:30:23 21:30:23 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:30:24 21:30:24 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:30:27 21:30:27 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:30:32 21:30:32 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:30:34 21:30:34 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 17:30:35 21:30:35 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from
    https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/consumerdrivers/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:30:51 21:30:51 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:30:52 21:30:52 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Download started
    2008-10-03 17:30:52 21:30:52 Success IUENGINE Download
    destination root folder is: c:\WUTemp
    2008-10-03 17:31:18 21:31:18 Success IUENGINE Downloaded file
    http://download.windowsupdate.com/m...9-x86-ENU_416d4903c2a4703fa0510aa71f51bef.exe
    2008-10-03 17:31:18 21:31:18 Success IUENGINE Local path
    c:\WUTemp\com_microsoft.Q837009_OE6_SP1_W98WinME_Only\IE6.0sp1-KB837009-x86-
    ENU.exe
    2008-10-03 17:31:23 21:31:23 Success IUENGINE Downloaded file
    http://download.windowsupdate.com/m...23559USA8_0e714506b380e4be11ff07b31da9da9.EXE
    2008-10-03 17:31:23 21:31:23 Success IUENGINE Local path
    c:\WUTemp\com_microsoft.Q823559_98\823559USA8.EXE
    2008-10-03 17:31:35 21:31:35 Success IUENGINE Downloaded file
    http://download.windowsupdate.com/m..._5EEDD33FA704078BE5873EFA6E8C3D62B82C2EFF.exe
    2008-10-03 17:31:35 21:31:35 Success IUENGINE Local path
    c:\WUTemp\com_microsoft.Q313829_W98_5285\q313829.exe
    2008-10-03 17:31:36 21:31:36 Success IUENGINE See iuhist.xml for
    details: Download finished
    2008-10-03 17:31:36 21:31:36 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Install started
    2008-10-03 17:31:36 21:31:36 Success IUENGINE Asynchronous
    Install completed startup
    2008-10-03 17:31:36 21:31:36 Success IUENGINE Installing SOFTWARE
    item from publisher com_microsoft
    2008-10-03 17:31:36 21:31:36 Success IUENGINE Installer Command
    Type: EXE
    2008-10-03 17:31:45 21:31:45 Success IUENGINE Installing SOFTWARE
    item from publisher com_microsoft
    2008-10-03 17:31:45 21:31:45 Success IUENGINE Installer Command
    Type: EXE
    2008-10-03 17:31:46 21:31:46 Success IUENGINE Installing SOFTWARE
    item from publisher com_microsoft
    2008-10-03 17:31:46 21:31:46 Success IUENGINE Installer Command
    Type: EXE
    2008-10-03 17:31:48 21:31:48 Success IUENGINE See iuhist.xml for
    details: Install finished

    I will check at Windows Update scan to see if this still triggers the
    update.

     
    Jim, Oct 3, 2008
    #17
  18. Jim

    Jim Guest

    Windows Update Welcome scan still triggers the update q823559 as not
    installed. Here is the winupdatelog:

    2008-10-03 17:50:42 21:50:42 Success IUCTL Starting
    2008-10-03 17:50:43 21:50:43 Success IUCTL Downloaded
    iuident.cab from http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/v4/ to C:\Program
    Files\WindowsUpdate\V4
    2008-10-03 17:50:43 21:50:43 Success IUCTL Checking to see if
    new version of Windows Update software available
    2008-10-03 17:50:43 21:50:43 Success IUCTL Current iuctl.dll
    version: 5.3.3790.13
    2008-10-03 17:50:43 21:50:43 Success IUCTL Current
    iuengine.dll version: 5.3.3716.1
    2008-10-03 17:50:44 21:50:44 Success IUENGINE Starting
    2008-10-03 17:50:45 21:50:45 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 17:50:45 21:50:45 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 17:50:50 21:50:50 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:50:51 21:50:51 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:50:54 21:50:54 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:51:00 21:51:00 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 17:51:04 21:51:04 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 17:51:05 21:51:05 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from
    https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/consumerdrivers/getmanifest.asp

    The "Personalized"\Custom scan does not trigger this critical update q823559
    as needed. The log:

    2008-10-03 18:01:07 22:01:07 Success IUENGINE Starting
    2008-10-03 18:01:07 22:01:07 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 18:01:07 22:01:07 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 18:01:34 22:01:34 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 18:01:34 22:01:34 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 18:01:38 22:01:38 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 18:01:43 22:01:43 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/getmanifest.asp
    2008-10-03 18:01:44 22:01:44 Success IUENGINE Determining machine
    configuration
    2008-10-03 18:01:45 22:01:45 Success IUENGINE Querying software
    update catalog from
    https://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/consumerdrivers/getmanifest.asp
     
    Jim, Oct 3, 2008
    #18
  19. [Well, I'm certainly glad I hadn't sent my reply to your last post yet! As
    it looks like you intend to make another post to this thread soon, I think
    I'll reserve my comments for now...other than to confirm that KB313829,
    KB837009, and KB823559 appear to have installed successfully this time
    around.]
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Oct 3, 2008
    #19
  20. Are you finished for now or should I wait for more posts?

    Neither of the 2 logs below have anything whatsoever to say about
    Q823559/KB823559.
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Oct 3, 2008
    #20
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