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Windows Updates


Scubaman
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I have just spent 2 days trying to fix a relatives' Dell Inspiron 6400 laptop that would just not boot or repair itself. I ended up doing a clean install after removing the HDD and connecting it to my Easy IDE connector with a SATA attachment Well, after downloading and installing over 100 updates I get a mesage saying that windows is up to date, yet when I run Belarc advisor it informs me that I am missing 2 security updates. Should I ignore Belarc Advisor or contact microsoft? Any help much appreciated.

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buteman

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I would ignore it just in case it knackers the computer and you have to start again.

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iscanut2

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If when running Microsoft Updates it advises you that there are no more updates available, do as Buteman says, ignore Belarc.

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northumbria61

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I agree - Belarc doesn't always give the correct information about your system.

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