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Restore again. Then open Control Panel and double click on the "Security Center" icon. Click on "Automatic Updates" at the bottom of the window and select "Turn off automatic updates". "Apply" then "Ok". That should keep the update from coming back in. Watch for news that this update has been patched as it is important to keep your machine up to date.

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i will but also if you see anything about this, because i dont see anyother complaints, post it here.. thanks for th warning

Edited by Brondon W., 21 April 2006 - 07:42 PM.

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You shouldn't put your e-mail in an open forum... :blink: ...you may get a little more correspondence than your really want. :whistling:

Maybe subscribe to the Microsoft RSS Feed for the latest news. I would highly recommend editing out your e-mail.

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