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Hi, I recently posted about having BSOD problems, I fixed it by doing a clean install of Windows XP Pro. I am having a new problem however as I try to get some of my old programs back. I tried downloading simple applications such as firefox and IE 7 beta and every time i get a pop up that the download hasn't been certified. I mean I am downloading a Microsoft application and its telling me its not certified, when I try to run the application no matter where I download it from it says the file is corrupt. I have tried this with 3-4 simple downloads all with the same result.
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Go to your ADD "N" REMOVE programs look for this update and remove it



security kb912812


that should solve your problem
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I looked for it and unfortunately it isn't even listed there. This is actually a serious problem for me as I can't even get windows updates or new anti-virus updates either. Thank you for the help though.

Edited by ModiVG, 16 June 2006 - 07:10 PM.

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What happens at Microsoft Update

http://update.micros...t.aspx?ln=en-us
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Checks my latest software versions, then gives me the basic express/custom install options. I hit express and it says the website encountered a problem and cant' display the page

Edited by ModiVG, 16 June 2006 - 07:17 PM.

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Does it give you an 0x8 error

Try custom
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I figured out what was wrong, it was the NVIDIA firewall which had been activated and I didn't know it, thanks for all the help though I appreciate it!
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Thank You for letting me know
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