Don't we think that microsoft would think there is a problem by now, I have
downloaded it about a bazzzillion times myself by now?????????????
I wonder if microsoft could'nt set up a fixit answer you know (like works
the first time) for customers such as us all having the same
I have tried everything, even manually and still will be downloading again
tomorrow,, ha ha ha not,,,, sometimes I go a few day's without trying,
get's to irritating. Anyone have an answer, microsoft maybe??????????
"Robert Aldwinckle" wrote:
> "Terry Campbell" <TerryCampbell@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >>>> Terry Campbell wrote:
> >>>>> I keep being asked to update this critical update KB890830.
> >>> "PA Bear" wrote:
> >>>> Use Guided Help in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/890830 to
> >>>> download/install/run the MSRT manually.
> <title>The Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool helps remove
> specific, prevalent malicious software from computers that are running
> Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, or Windows 2000</title>
> When you download the tool from the Microsoft Download
> Center, the tool ordinarily displays a UI when it runs.
> >>> I loaded it from the site and low and behold it came back.
> Hardly a response that I would have expected from that suggestion,
> especially if it didn't seem to help. Did you see the UI? What option(s)
> did you try? Did you look at the mrt.log?
> > I'm not sure if I was clear. Since February 4th this same patch has been
> > loaded 49 times on my system. In a minute it will be 50. It seems like the
> > Microsoft Updater does not recognize that the patch has been updated.
> KB890830 is supposed to run monthly under the that name with a potentially
> different payload each time. When run automatically it's only supposed
> to notify an administrator when it finds something
> When you download the tool from Microsoft Update, Windows Update,
> or from Automatic Updates, and no malicious software is detected on the
> computer, the tool will run in quiet mode. If malicious software is detected
> on the computer, the next time that an administrator logs on to the computer,
> a balloon will appear in the notification area to notify you of the detection.
> To find more details about the detection, click the balloon.
> so it's not clear if it's supposed to do anything which would
> stop it from running again. Perhaps having it keep running
> until administrative action is taken is a designed "feechur"?
> I would expect that checking the mrt.log would clarify what is happening.
> Robert Aldwinckle