"pelsql" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> [X-Newsreader: Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000]
> The update is successful in the history and in the windows update log.
Is a boot required? (Usually) The log can show you what you are seeing
*before* the boot is done. If the boot isn't done or if something interferes
with the copy/rename that that entails, in effect the update is incomplete
and that would explain why another suggestion to install it would be seen.
You can check the registry value PendingFileRenameOperations
before the boot to see the files involved. Keep track of them
and see what changed after the boot.
> Windows Update on Vista doesn't seems to give the option to block specific
> update. At least this is what I get on my computer.
> The windows update icon appears in the system tray, it says that new updates
> are availables. When I select the hyperlink to display them I can uncheck
> them, but there is no button to says leave it as it is. Only the cancel
> button remains available. Obviously cancel put checks button back on.
> I would like to join screenshot of this but I don't know how to this in this
You could post a link to an image if you have access to a web server
which will host it. Otherwise you can use your Windows Mail app
to post to this newsgroup. E.g. copy the following URL to your Run...
dialog and execute it.
BTW you may want to personalize the news account that creates,
before posting using it.