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KB246332 repeatedly installs


MikeBird

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This is an ongoing saga. Every time I close my computer, it downloads and installs (sucessfully). If I check the update history, it says that it has installed sucessfully (on many ocassions). I have tried the Microsoft malicious software removal tool, no effect. I have tried the Microsoft 'fixit' and it reports no problems. I have tried manually downloading the update and installing it. I have run my anitvirus (Norton 360) I have run CCleaner. I have run Spybot All to no effect. It would seem that the update has installed just find but some register, somewhere, hasn't or won't recognise this fact. Any help would be appreciated. Mike

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northumbria61

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Try the Windows Update Troubleshooter - enter link description here

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northumbria61

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You can remove an Installed Update if you wish - enter link description here

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cocteau48

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I now have a total of 4 updates on my XP machine which are all successfully downloaded and installed but still subsequently keep trying to reinstall. Accepting that they are all installed I have long since given up trying to find a reason why (many will tell you it's a Microsoft issue)and I have now hidden them. To hide the update go to the MS update site , choose custom install,and tick the box which says "do not show this update again"

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