thank you, rich, for reply!! & direction!! i will try this sometime next
week & report back. machine at work location. replying from home. i also
never completed the december's updates on home xp home version, sp2 machine.
i usually do work first, & then home. work is xp pro, sp2.
& thank you again, len
i manually allowed the update to install. update was installed with macafee
running. my first problem was that i couldn't print from "print preview" in
ie 6. then a lock up. sometimes ie6 worked. would not print from
file>print....>, & sometimes it would print. i did not leave update
installed too long, as i needed machine for work. the removal allowed me to
perform work functions, so i have left machine alone. to the best of my
memory, that's my experience with ie6 problem.
thank you, len
"John" <a> wrote in message news:%23FVO81$QIHA.4476@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
> I'm curious, what problem does KB942615 cause? IE locks up or crash?
> I got KB942615 installed. I asked about 10 users (at work) who are
> supposedly affected by it. None of them has any lockup/crash problem.
> I am wondering if I should install KB946627 to fix KB942615.
> "Rich" <Rich_NoSpam@ptd_nospam.net> wrote in message
>> Microsoft released today (Dec-21-2007) KB946627 that does the Regedit to
>> fix the problem caused by the KB942615 security update without you having
>> to do the Regedit directly.
>> See: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/946627