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Security Update for Windows 7 (KB2491683)


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thebarracksfv

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Hi

I am getting error code 800B0100 when trying to download the latest security update for windows 7.
I am operating Windows 7home premium (32 BIT).

Not sure what to do so any advice will be gratefully received

Thanks
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Digerati

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A quick Google search shows you are not the only one. See if this helps: http://answers.micro...fc-68b599b31bf5

If not, then I would recommend you wait and hold off trying to update that specific update. That update deals with Fax cover sheets. You create many of those?

I suspect, if several folks have this problem, a new update will be released, or a fix will come about. Just ensure you otherwise keep your system fully updated, behind a firewall and good anti-malware solution and you avoid risky practices.
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Brill....no panic then.

Thanks for the advice. Normally, I wouldn't get to concerned. It was just as it was a security update & you are quite right, I don't think this particular one is going to affect me at all!!

Cheers
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Brill....no panic then.

Nah! No panic. I would try it again in few days. Maybe in Safe Mode with Networking, or even just after a reboot.
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