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> Also, we have 5 other XP computers that updated without a problem with
> pretty much the same software loaded. I've never had an update problem, so
> this has been a real pain.
> "DSmith" <donna@DONTSPAMresxrn.com> wrote in message
>> Automatic update came with 14 updates on my Dell XP. After the updates,
>> computer would continuously freeze. No error codes. Nothing that I could
>> deduce from Event Viewer. Restore to a point before the updates.
>> Everything works fine again. Reinstalled XP updates--again freeze.
>> again. Everything works fine. Reinstalled all Office 2007 updates.
>> Everything works fine.
>> So any ideas, there are about 6 updates that at least one freezes my
>> machine and they seem to work together, because I couldn't delete any of
>> them without effecting the others, the reason for a restore. The XP
>> updates also effected SpyDoctor. I've had to turn off automatic updates
>> since these updates freeze my machine. Any direction or help would be
>> greatly appreciated.