Rolling Back Windows Live Update?

  babybell 10:00 18 Nov 10
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There was a recent update to Windows Live Movie Maker, but since the update, a website I use to share videos with people is unable to encode the videos correctly.

Is there anyway I can roll back to the previous version of Windows Live Movie Maker, so that I am able to upload videos once again?

  rawprawn 10:10 18 Nov 10

Open Windows Update> View Update History> Select "To Remove an Installed Update" at the top right and uninstall the one causing problems

  babybell 10:15 18 Nov 10

Strangly, in the update history, it shows a Windows Live update installed on the 24th Oct 2010 (KB2434419)

However, when I go into installed updates, it does not appear on the list, therefore I cannot uninstall it?

  woodchip 10:34 18 Nov 10

What about using Restore, As when updates are applied windows creates a restore point just in case you have problems

  babybell 11:13 18 Nov 10

No, for some reason there isn't a system restore point either to roll back to.

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