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THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007

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Old 12-16-2007
Junior
 

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THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
Since I installed the 8 updates for december
IN 12/11/07
u for WV KB941568
u for WV KB941569
csu for WV for EI7 in WV KB942615
su for WV KB942624
WMSRT DEC KB890830
PMMJEMAIL DEC KB905866
SUFORWV KB943078
UFOR WV KB942763

I been experiencing frezess with IE, LIVE ONE CARE crashing,errors not
reported when playing in yahoo games I get errors logging in the server i
cannot log in like before at once

IN A FEW WORDS MY PC WAS FINE 100% PROBLEM FREEEEEEEEEE
wha do i do?? I CAN'T DELETE THIS UPDATES

yesssssss i did 4 VIRUS AND SPYWARE scans 2 from the software and( 2 online
) eveything seems fine
NO VIRUSES

HELP HELP

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Old 12-16-2007
Milo \(MSPSS\)
 

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Re: THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
If you are in U.S. and Canada get a direct assistance from
Microsoft Product Support Services at 1-866-7272338. There is no-charge for
support calls that are associated with security updates. Indicate that your
concern
is with Windows Update / Security Update or Virus or Spyware concern which
ever apply.

For other countries please proceed with this site
remove the KB942615 via the add/remove program

Start a free Windows Update support incident request:
https://support.microsoft.com/oas/de...spx?gprid=6527

"Junior" <Junior@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:72903D81-3B7A-4BA6-B295-B969C298CF66@microsoft.com...
> Since I installed the 8 updates for december
> IN 12/11/07
> u for WV KB941568
> u for WV KB941569
> csu for WV for EI7 in WV KB942615
> su for WV KB942624
> WMSRT DEC KB890830
> PMMJEMAIL DEC KB905866
> SUFORWV KB943078
> UFOR WV KB942763
>
> I been experiencing frezess with IE, LIVE ONE CARE crashing,errors not
> reported when playing in yahoo games I get errors logging in the server i
> cannot log in like before at once
>
> IN A FEW WORDS MY PC WAS FINE 100% PROBLEM FREEEEEEEEEE
> wha do i do?? I CAN'T DELETE THIS UPDATES
>
> yesssssss i did 4 VIRUS AND SPYWARE scans 2 from the software and( 2
> online
> ) eveything seems fine
> NO VIRUSES
>
> HELP HELP
>


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Old 12-16-2007
Shenan Stanley
 

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Re: THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
Junior wrote:
> Since I installed the 8 updates for december
> IN 12/11/07
> u for WV KB941568
> u for WV KB941569
> csu for WV for EI7 in WV KB942615
> su for WV KB942624
> WMSRT DEC KB890830
> PMMJEMAIL DEC KB905866
> SUFORWV KB943078
> UFOR WV KB942763
>
> I been experiencing frezess with IE, LIVE ONE CARE crashing,errors
> not reported when playing in yahoo games I get errors logging in
> the server i cannot log in like before at once
>
> IN A FEW WORDS MY PC WAS FINE 100% PROBLEM FREEEEEEEEEE
> wha do i do?? I CAN'T DELETE THIS UPDATES
>
> yesssssss i did 4 VIRUS AND SPYWARE scans 2 from the software and(
> 2 online ) eveything seems fine
> NO VIRUSES


Wow - I know you are frustrated - but was the
uppercase/super-punctuation/random abbreviations 'necessary' to those who
are your peers and whom you are seemingly asking for assistance?

Have you simply tried uninstalling said updates and/or using System Restore
to go back to BEFORE you installed the updates? Changing your 'Automatic
Updates" to be more selective and thus - you can choose what updates you
install? Followed by installing ONE update at a time - rebooting and
determining which of the updates cause your issues?

--
Shenan Stanley
MS-MVP
--
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html


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Old 12-17-2007
Tresa
 

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RE: THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
Yes, I want to thank Microsoft too. I have tried and cannot fix this. I got
an e-mail, that goes on and on with tech talk and can't believe after almost
a week they haven't done anything.

"Junior" wrote:

> Since I installed the 8 updates for december
> IN 12/11/07
> u for WV KB941568
> u for WV KB941569
> csu for WV for EI7 in WV KB942615
> su for WV KB942624
> WMSRT DEC KB890830
> PMMJEMAIL DEC KB905866
> SUFORWV KB943078
> UFOR WV KB942763
>
> I been experiencing frezess with IE, LIVE ONE CARE crashing,errors not
> reported when playing in yahoo games I get errors logging in the server i
> cannot log in like before at once
>
> IN A FEW WORDS MY PC WAS FINE 100% PROBLEM FREEEEEEEEEE
> wha do i do?? I CAN'T DELETE THIS UPDATES
>
> yesssssss i did 4 VIRUS AND SPYWARE scans 2 from the software and( 2 online
> ) eveything seems fine
> NO VIRUSES
>
> HELP HELP
>

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Old 12-17-2007
Shenan Stanley
 

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Re: THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
<snip>

Tresa wrote:
> Yes, I want to thank Microsoft too. I have tried and cannot fix
> this. I got an e-mail, that goes on and on with tech talk and can't
> believe after almost a week they haven't done anything.


Have you simply tried uninstalling said updates and/or using System Restore
to go back to BEFORE you installed the updates? Changing your 'Automatic
Updates" to be more selective and thus - you can choose what updates you
install? Followed by installing ONE update at a time - rebooting and
determining which of the updates cause your issues?

--
Shenan Stanley
MS-MVP
--
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html


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Old 12-17-2007
Tresa
 

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Re: THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
Do you work for Microsoft or what? I trusted them with all my data (credit
card numbers, account numbers, passwords, etc...) and now I have to fix my
computer because they failed? I went 2 or 3 days before I really realized
something was very wrong. I couldn't get into my on-lone bank. It didn't
recognize my computer. I think asking Microsoft after almost a week to fix
this is not a crime.

"Shenan Stanley" wrote:

> <snip>
>
> Tresa wrote:
> > Yes, I want to thank Microsoft too. I have tried and cannot fix
> > this. I got an e-mail, that goes on and on with tech talk and can't
> > believe after almost a week they haven't done anything.

>
> Have you simply tried uninstalling said updates and/or using System Restore
> to go back to BEFORE you installed the updates? Changing your 'Automatic
> Updates" to be more selective and thus - you can choose what updates you
> install? Followed by installing ONE update at a time - rebooting and
> determining which of the updates cause your issues?
>
> --
> Shenan Stanley
> MS-MVP
> --
> How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
> http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
>
>
>

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Old 12-17-2007
gayboylaca
 

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Re: THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
I think Shenan Stanley's comments are completely out of order and if he is a
Microsoft employee, Bill Gates should be made aware of his unkindness to
Teresa.


Teresa is complete right. Microsoft should be sued for all the damage they
have done and lack of quality control. People trust that the updates are
tried and tested when they are issued, and not that they will ruin everyones
computers and cause undue hardship and wasted time.

These updates are defective and have caused lots of wasted time and hardship
for me and my computer use also.



"Tresa" wrote:

> Do you work for Microsoft or what? I trusted them with all my data (credit
> card numbers, account numbers, passwords, etc...) and now I have to fix my
> computer because they failed? I went 2 or 3 days before I really realized
> something was very wrong. I couldn't get into my on-lone bank. It didn't
> recognize my computer. I think asking Microsoft after almost a week to fix
> this is not a crime.
>
> "Shenan Stanley" wrote:
>
> > <snip>
> >
> > Tresa wrote:
> > > Yes, I want to thank Microsoft too. I have tried and cannot fix
> > > this. I got an e-mail, that goes on and on with tech talk and can't
> > > believe after almost a week they haven't done anything.

> >
> > Have you simply tried uninstalling said updates and/or using System Restore
> > to go back to BEFORE you installed the updates? Changing your 'Automatic
> > Updates" to be more selective and thus - you can choose what updates you
> > install? Followed by installing ONE update at a time - rebooting and
> > determining which of the updates cause your issues?
> >
> > --
> > Shenan Stanley
> > MS-MVP
> > --
> > How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
> > http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
> >
> >
> >

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Old 12-17-2007
Tresa
 

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Re: THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
I just about had it and flew off the handle. But I don't like the tone of
Stanley's posts. I have tired to go with Firefox the last 2 days,. But I am
so use to Microsoft I couldn't get with Mozilla. Maybe I will try again. I
will call the help number in the morning.

"***boylaca" wrote:

> I think Shenan Stanley's comments are completely out of order and if he is a
> Microsoft employee, Bill Gates should be made aware of his unkindness to
> Teresa.
>
>
> Teresa is complete right. Microsoft should be sued for all the damage they
> have done and lack of quality control. People trust that the updates are
> tried and tested when they are issued, and not that they will ruin everyones
> computers and cause undue hardship and wasted time.
>
> These updates are defective and have caused lots of wasted time and hardship
> for me and my computer use also.
>
>
>
> "Tresa" wrote:
>
> > Do you work for Microsoft or what? I trusted them with all my data (credit
> > card numbers, account numbers, passwords, etc...) and now I have to fix my
> > computer because they failed? I went 2 or 3 days before I really realized
> > something was very wrong. I couldn't get into my on-lone bank. It didn't
> > recognize my computer. I think asking Microsoft after almost a week to fix
> > this is not a crime.
> >
> > "Shenan Stanley" wrote:
> >
> > > <snip>
> > >
> > > Tresa wrote:
> > > > Yes, I want to thank Microsoft too. I have tried and cannot fix
> > > > this. I got an e-mail, that goes on and on with tech talk and can't
> > > > believe after almost a week they haven't done anything.
> > >
> > > Have you simply tried uninstalling said updates and/or using System Restore
> > > to go back to BEFORE you installed the updates? Changing your 'Automatic
> > > Updates" to be more selective and thus - you can choose what updates you
> > > install? Followed by installing ONE update at a time - rebooting and
> > > determining which of the updates cause your issues?
> > >
> > > --
> > > Shenan Stanley
> > > MS-MVP
> > > --
> > > How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
> > > http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
> > >
> > >
> > >

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Old 12-17-2007
Jupiter Jones [MVP]
 

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Re: THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
Shenan is not a Microsoft employee.

--
Jupiter Jones [MVP]
http://www3.telus.net/dandemar



"***boylaca" <***boylaca@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:E6DE0732-6A19-4DFB-8069-627E2693A1CC@microsoft.com...
>I think Shenan Stanley's comments are completely out of order and if
>he is a
> Microsoft employee, Bill Gates should be made aware of his
> unkindness to
> Teresa.
>
>
> Teresa is complete right. Microsoft should be sued for all the
> damage they
> have done and lack of quality control. People trust that the updates
> are
> tried and tested when they are issued, and not that they will ruin
> everyones
> computers and cause undue hardship and wasted time.
>
> These updates are defective and have caused lots of wasted time and
> hardship
> for me and my computer use also.


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Old 12-17-2007
Shenan Stanley
 

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Re: THANKS MICRO FOR THE WORST UPDATES EVER FOR 2007
<snip>

Tresa wrote:
> Yes, I want to thank Microsoft too. I have tried and cannot fix
> this. I got an e-mail, that goes on and on with tech talk and can't
> believe after almost a week they haven't done anything.


Shenan Stanley wrote:
> Have you simply tried uninstalling said updates and/or using System
> Restore to go back to BEFORE you installed the updates? Changing
> your 'Automatic Updates" to be more selective and thus - you can
> choose what updates you install? Followed by installing ONE update
> at a time - rebooting and determining which of the updates cause
> your issues?


Tresa wrote:
> Do you work for Microsoft or what? I trusted them with all my data
> (credit card numbers, account numbers, passwords, etc...) and now I
> have to fix my computer because they failed? I went 2 or 3 days
> before I really realized something was very wrong. I couldn't get
> into my on-lone bank. It didn't recognize my computer. I think
> asking Microsoft after almost a week to fix this is not a crime.


***boylaca wrote:
> I think Shenan Stanley's comments are completely out of order and
> if he is a Microsoft employee, Bill Gates should be made aware of
> his unkindness to Teresa.
>
> Teresa is complete right. Microsoft should be sued for all the
> damage they have done and lack of quality control. People trust
> that the updates are tried and tested when they are issued, and not
> that they will ruin everyones computers and cause undue hardship
> and wasted time.
>
> These updates are defective and have caused lots of wasted time and
> hardship for me and my computer use also.


Tresa wrote:
> I just about had it and flew off the handle. But I don't like the
> tone of Stanley's posts. I have tired to go with Firefox the last 2
> days,. But I am so use to Microsoft I couldn't get with Mozilla.
> Maybe I will try again. I will call the help number in the morning.


Wow - I have *no idea* how you took what I asked so wrongly - but it was a
simplistic question with a simplistic suggestion that could help you with
your issue.

Uninstalling the problem updates and not automatically getting them again
and then getting them one at a time will better pinpoint which update
(specifically) is causing issues. I am unsure how there is a 'tone' to a
text message. My signature does not change - so if you take that
personally - it wasn't aimed at you.

As for working for Microsoft - no. I am a volunteer here - a user just like
you in many ways. I do troubleshoot computer problems daily and I share my
knowledge and experience at troubleshooting such things on these newsgroups
as well.

While I understand your frustration with your problems - I do not feel I
deserve the brunt of your hostility simply for asking a question and making
a logical troubleshooting suggestion... Since you did not specify what you
had/had not tried in order to resolve your issue - I could not know - so I
would naturally start at the beginning and easiest thing to try.

I am interested - both from ***boylaca and Tresa - just what about my
posting offended you? Was it the question about what you had tried? The
suggestion of trying what I specified and then troubleshooting by installing
the updates manually and selectively? Was it my signature? Was it the fact
that I had 'snipped' the original message (as this was started as a response
by Tresa to another posting) in my response? I cannot see how any of that
should be taken personally by either of you - as all I am trying to do is
help.

--
Shenan Stanley
MS-MVP
--
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html


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