System Freeze when use drop down in Office and Auto CAD.

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Troy, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. Troy

    Troy Guest

    We were having problems saving... When we would use the drop down menu under
    save as the machine would freeze and close the program with out saving! We
    uninstalled KB908531 and the problem was fixed. Thank all of you for your
    Troy, Apr 20, 2006
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  2. .... and instantly reopend the security hole, KB908531 (MS06-015)
    is supposed to fix.

    Problems in Windows Explorer or the Windows shell after you install
    security update MS06-015
    Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-015

    Vulnerability in Windows Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution

    For those who have Hewlett Packard's Share to Web Software, there
    are two registry patches to choose from (run either one or the
    other) not both:

    I've made a "patch" back on Saturday available at:
    (Note this is a Zip file and will need to be extracted. It contains
    a REG file which needs to be imported into the registry via double
    clicking the contained REG file. You may have to reboot Windows


    Kelly has made a patch with exact same functionality available at:
    Line #383 - this is a vbs file and instructions on how to use such
    files are at the top of the page.

    Both of the above mentioned "patches" for the KB908531 *do not*
    work for Windows 2000. See the MSKB article 918165 for details.

    If you're using a Nvidia video card, you may want to update the driver
    for that card:

    In case you're running a Kerio firewall software, please reread cloesly.

    Ottmar Freudenberger, Apr 20, 2006
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    Tom Guest

    Hi I deleted the hotfix and it did not solve the office save as freeze I
    experience. I also added the registry fix (for HP) I have HP software but
    not sure if I have share to web, but I did it anyway. Anyother suggestions?

    Tom, Jun 7, 2006
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