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    bonesly Guest

    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174...

    Another user here, that lost access when KB951748 was installed... I'm running Windows Firewall for the moment but will be uninstalling this hot-patch as soon as the anti-virus completes its weekly sweep.
    Bleh... thanks Microsoft.

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    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174...

    I suppose the icon is for the windows update?
    Try disabling the automatic windows updater and then immediately reboot.

    If that fails, there should be an option for removing the icon using this tool:

    http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/taskbarplus!.htm

    becareful with tool, please make sure it is used properly.

    Oldsod.
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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    rdenny Guest

    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174...

    The easy solution is to add an expert rule allowing My Computer to any destination, any protocol, any time. Then you can leave your Internet Zone Security on High. Best wishes solving this problem... I know you guys are onit! I love your product :-))))

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    zappblais Guest

    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174...

    Don't want to lead anyone on to a wild goose chase...

    I have run into the same issue. However, one of my computers has KB951748 installed and can still access the Internet.

    The only difference I have been able to identify is that in the Add/Remove progam list, the order of KB951978 and KB951748 is reversed on that computer.

    I tried to uninstall KB951748 on one computer that could not access the Internet (this resolved the access issue) and then to re-install it, hoping this would change the order in the Add/Remove menu and thus confirm the order is relevant. No luck; Windows lists it in the same, original order (which is still different from that of the computer that has no access issues).

    Sigh.

    Nonetheless, this information might still be useful for those of you chasing the issue.

    On the "broken" computer, the order is (was!) KB951748 followed by KB951978.

    I will uninstall the update from the working computer nonetheless, just in case.

    Cheers,
    PP

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    draoi Guest

    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174...

    hi,

    this may be mentioned elsewhere;
    after 'kb951748' is uninstalled,
    run a custom ms update,
    uncheck 'kb951748' and check 'don't show this update again'
    (there will be an "important" nag on future update checks until resolved)
    or the auto microsloth will reinstall the update

    thanx
    ;r

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    the_dread Guest

    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174...

    Thanks - Looking forward to hearing from you further re. a fix. :-)

  7. #17
    mdtaffet Guest

    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174...


    <blockquote><hr>Jowake wrote:
    Having deleted this update, I am now stuck with an icon in my tray. Is there any way to get rid of this?
    <hr></blockquote>


    You may get rid of the icon by going to Microsoft Update, doing a Custom search for updates, choosing to see updates other than SP3 if you don't already have that update, then when it shows you KB951748, uncheck it and click underneath where it says Don't show this again.

    The caveat is that when things are fixed and you are ready for that update to be installed, you'll first need to go back to Microsoft Update and tell it to restore hidden updates.

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    mdtaffet Guest

    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174...


    <blockquote><hr>aclarion wrote:
    How do I un-install the update. I do not see it in my Add/remove programs.

    Thanks,

    Rick
    <hr></blockquote>


    At the very top of Add/Remove programs, you should see a checkbox for &quot;Show updates&quot;. If you check that box, you should then be able to see, and therefore uninstall, KB951748. Look for it to appear towards the end of an indented list of updates showing up under &quot;Windows XP - Software Updates&quot;.

  9. #19
    jamesicthan Guest

    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174...

    Just to make sure, its ok to uninstall updates from Windows, right?
    It won't affect my computer in any bad way, right?
    I already found the newest update under the &quot;Add/Remove Programs&quot; just making sure before I uninstall something by accident or something like that.
    EDIT: Never mind, caught up on all the posts, so uninstalling an update should be ok, I think.

    Message Edited by JamesIcthan on 07-09-2008 02:55 AM

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    drjsau Guest

    Default Re: We are investigating the issue with the MS update KB95174... fix

    Thanks that worked fine, better than changing the security level.
    drjsau

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