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RE: Can I stop windows updates?

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Old 10-24-2007
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RE: Can I stop windows updates?
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"andyra" wrote:

> It seems each time the computer does updates, it stops working properly. I
> have re-installed a few times now, and I don't have the time to constantly do
> this. Currently internet explorer isn't working and the computer wants to
> restart and install updates and I don't want it to. I don't want updates
> automatically if they are just going to wreck everything.

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