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For a start, disable anything non-microsoft..,do not worry, you will not disable your machine...we are disabling, not deleting. ANything you do can be undone
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Take a look at THIS topic. It describes the exact same problem you are having and how to fix it.

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Gerry F and Fenor, I followed Fenor's last post and read about a problem someone else was having.

Deleted that windows update file and it works fine now.

Weird?
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Gerry F and Fenor, I followed Fenor's last post and read about a problem someone else was having.

Deleted that windows update file and it works fine now.

Weird?

Thanks!
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To make sure that you don't download that update again, go to START-->ALL PROGRAMS-->WINDOWS UPDATE. Click on CUSTOM SCAN and then click on HIGH PRIORITY. Find the update that you just uninstalled in the list and click the '+' symbol next to it. Then check the box that says DON'T SHOW THIS UPDATE AGAIN. Then download the rest of the HIGH PRIORITY updates listed ,if there are any. If there are no updates to get, just close your browser and you are all set.

Only want you to do this in case you have AUTOMATIC UPDATES enabled on your computer, because if you do, the update will be downloaded and installed again on your computer and you will be right back in the same boat.

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Edited by Fenor, 25 June 2006 - 04:48 PM.

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