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Wan Miniport (ATW) #2 = this device cannot start


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Bruce42

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I have run all the microsoft fixes but nothing has worked. Updating the driver fails because driver does not need updating, or so it says. I was directed to the USA Microsoft support site, and got as far as putting in my Windows 7 product number - only to get the message   ' we do not offer this service to the country selected'

 

I suspect it is due to the 15 microsoft updates to windows 7 that I recieved a couple of days ago - but how do you overcome a problem caused by an update from the manufacturer ??

 

Any advice will be very gratefully received.


Edited by Bruce42, 12 December 2014 - 02:14 PM.

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Hello Bruce42,

 

Go to Start > Control Panel > Programs > View installed updates > Highlight the suspect updates > Uninstall them.
 
See how the computer behaves, if all is well try installing the updates manually one at a time to see if you either identify a problem update or if they all install without issue.

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Thank you very much for that Tech  - I will run through and if still a problem I'll let you know more. Thanks again for your help.


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You are most welcome Bruce42 and thanks for the update  :thumbsup:


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