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Dealing with Knowledge Base issues: KB2861188, KB28585302v2

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Before I get on to the problem below in browsing my system to learn more about whats there I have managed to lock myself out of Outlook. When I bring Outlook up a pop up appears saying 'configuring Office Outlook' and won't let me in to Outlook which is there in front of me. If I cancel the configuration I get an error message saying 'Outlook is not installed for this user' Clicking 'O K' cancels Outlook so I'm locked out. How do I get out of this and access Outlook as normal.

System config: XP SP3, 1GB Memory
I had problems with Microsoft updates repeating which lead me to reinstalling .NET Framework 1.1 -- 4
This cured the problem and updates now load O K.
However, an Error Report appeared for sending / otherwise to Microsoft. Looking at the details two Knowledge Base reports appear to be repeating regarding KB2861188 and KB28585302v2.
I have been to the Microsoft Support Centre where these issues are listed explaining updates to security problems relevant to these KB numbers.
I thought it would be a straightforward matter of downloading fixes but just got snowed with information which doesn't lead my anywhere but round in circles. So am now confused and out of my depth.
Are there straight forward downloads I can update with to cure these reports / issues?

Additional background info:
I recently had a problem with the CMOS battery going flat and losing system date and time. Battery replaced (on a new motherboard installed last December by 'experts') date /time set up correctly and able to work. Created a problem for myself deleting .NET Framework elements before the flat battery was diagnosed for me,getting rid of junk software using Control Panel (Add/ Remove software). Reloaded .NET Framework elements when my Canon camera S/W wouldn't work, but then as explained updates wouldn't load. Cleaned up all the .NET Framework elements and reloaded which cured the update problem.
Still got Error Report Logs to send to Microsoft and extracted the info in them listed below.
Assume its telling me I need to fix these security issues in .NET Framework 4 (and 4 Extended in this download?)but really confused by the 'fog' of info on the Microsoft Support Centre.
Can anyone 'unfog' me please.

Info follows

Error signature
EventType : vssetup P1 : kb2861188 P2 : 10.0.30319
P3 : 10.0.30319.1014 P4 : 1 P5 : ndp40-kb2861188.msp
P6 : install_i_silent_error P7 : 1603 P8 : 0
P9 : ca_cachegacassemblydeferred.3643236f_fc70_11d3_a536_0090278a1bb8

Error Report Contents
Error Report: C:\Documents and settings\Owner\Local Settings\Application Data\PCHealth\ErrorRep\QSignoff\1ECE67E.cab
The Error Report contains the following files:


Error signature
EventType : vssetup P1 : kb2858302v2 P2 : 10.0.30319
P3 : 10.0.30319.1016 P4 : 1 P5 : ndp40-kb2858302.msp
P6 : install_i_silent_error P7 : 1603 P8 : 0
P9 : ca_cachegacassemblydeferred.3643236f_fc70_11d3_a536_0090278a1bb8

Error Report Contents
Error Report: C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\Application Data\PCHealth\ErrorRep\QSignoff\4A502.cab
The Error Report contains the following files:

Edited by RustyWrex, 24 October 2013 - 03:03 PM.

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