It's being offered because (1) your Registry's telling the update
server/engine that one or more Windows Live applications are installed and
(2) you've made Microsoft Update your default update source (vs Windows
What Windows Live applications are installed, Michael (e.g., WL Messenger;
WL Mail; WL Writer; WL PhotoGallery; WL Toolbar; WL Family Safety)? If
none, were any of them ever installed?
* Windows Update offers only updates for your Operating System (Windows);
Microsoft Update offers those and updates for MS Office and many Windows
~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
MS MVP-IE, Mail, Security, Windows Client - since 2002
AumHa VSOP & Admin http://aumha.net
Michael Kraft wrote:
> I don't have Windows Live Sign-in Assistant installed yet I got this as a
> high priority update. I chose not to install it and now I keep getting
> warnings that my computer might not be secure because I didn't install it.
> This should not have been offered unless Windows Live Sign-in Assistant
> installed was installed.
> Why am I being offered this?