Security update KB835732 keeps downloading

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by David Tenner, Apr 22, 2004.

  1. David Tenner

    David Tenner Guest

    I have an HP Pavilion 503n with Windows XP (Home Edition). For the past
    several days I have been getting an automatic download of Security Update
    KB835732. After it is downloaded, I am asked to install it--which I do. It
    then says that the update has been successfully installed. The only problem
    is that the next day the same thing happens again--and so on for the day
    after that and the day after that...
     
    David Tenner, Apr 22, 2004
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  2. David Tenner

    bob Guest

    This has been happening to hundreds of people - look at the posts for the last week or so. After getting no help from Microsoft, I uninstalled KB835732, and changed my settings to "Never download blah blah blah.." I'm still getting the message that I need to install it, but at least it's not constantly downloading

    Good luck
    Bo

    ----- David Tenner wrote: ----

    I have an HP Pavilion 503n with Windows XP (Home Edition). For the past
    several days I have been getting an automatic download of Security Update
    KB835732. After it is downloaded, I am asked to install it--which I do. It
    then says that the update has been successfully installed. The only problem
    is that the next day the same thing happens again--and so on for the day
    after that and the day after that...
     
    bob, Apr 22, 2004
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    Paul Guest

    Hi Dave: I'm having the identical problem, every day
    since April 14. Everything appears to install properly -
    I receive the "successful installation" message, and
    KB835732 appears in my "add/remove programs" folder. Each
    download of KB835732 is listed in the Update history. The
    only difference from past Updates is that I'm not told to
    restart my computer, which I do anyway. Have you heard of
    a fix for this? I checked the other messages, but saw
    nothing that applies to this situation. I use Windows XP
    Home on a Dell laptop. Thanks for any info.
     
    Paul, Apr 23, 2004
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