If it installed byitself you are fine.
If it downloaded, when you rebooted and restarted the machine, the updates
Have you rebooted after installing the update the last time?
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From: EW <EW1947@gmail.com>
Subject: KB 937287, again...
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2008 13:30:31 -0800 (PST)
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Sorry, but I've got to ask this -- and it's an overworked topic.
During the last update for my Vista Home Premium, only one update,
KB937287, stalled -- I think it was during the download. I tried
again, same problem, so I CANCELLED the update.
Several hours later I had to reboot the my Dell Vista system and after
checking Windows Update again, it showed that KB937287 had installed
itself successfully! I checked for more updates and was shown that
all updates are complete.
My question: can I trust that this important update is indeed
successfully installed, or should I somehow try to reinstall it
again? I want to make certain all is well before attempting Vista