Last nights Windows update

  Kevscar1 11:22 15 Feb 09

Anyone had problems.
Computer wouldn't start
Stated driver unsiged. got it to boot and from DVD and tried repair no good then it tried restore still wouldn't boot.
Eventually got to advanced boot options tick load unsigned drivers and then it booted.
Going to try restore to before updaate later.

  Pamy 11:27 15 Feb 09

Who were the updates from, does not sound like Microsoft

  jack 11:37 15 Feb 09

How are updates distributed?
Kevscar does not mention his O/S
Certainly my XP Pro has not had an update of late.
At least not of the messages one gets at close down- [ Of the 'Click here to load' sort]

  Kevscar1 11:38 15 Feb 09

Just checked it was Microsoft
update for Media centre for Vista 64bit machines. KB960544
Just e-mailed them but I suggest do not install this.

  Sea Urchin 12:07 15 Feb 09

On my XP Pro system I received the following three Updates yesterday evening, but dated today (15 Feb)

Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool - February 2009 (KB890830)

Update Rollup for ActiveX Killbits for Windows XP (KB960715)

Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP (KB961260)

  cocteau48 12:10 15 Feb 09

KB960544 downloaded via MS update on 2/10/2009 (last Tuesday).... no problems here!

  sunnystaines 12:11 15 Feb 09

no updates for xp pro media centre this end may have been withdrawn.

  cocteau48 12:16 15 Feb 09

Sorry ... only on Vista machine.
No update for KB960544 on the XP machine.
You should not have been offered this through MS update if you are not running Vista.

  Kevscar1 12:58 15 Feb 09

I am running 64bit VistaHome Premium. Only poeple with 64bit will recieve it

  cocteau48 13:16 15 Feb 09

You will see from the MS page click here
that both the x86 and x64 downloads carry the same KB No.
As I said I've had no problem with the d/l to my 32 bit machine.

  Stuartli 13:37 15 Feb 09

I was also offered the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool update yesterday - refused with thanks...:-)

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