RE: SP2 & JFW Repair

I'm  not sure what you mean when you say that you "got offline"; did you
disconnect the internet connection or shutdown the pc?  In that case, it
could not have finished downloading and installing your update.

If you mean that you just stopped using the internet (say you closed
internet explorer or whatever you were doing), but left your pc running
and connected to the internet, then yes, it could have finished
downloading and applying the update; and it may not have needed to
inform you if it did not need to reboot.
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In any case, I wouldn't worry about it, and there's nothing special you
need to do.

Hth,

Chip


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> This, is Devona Abel with a question here!
> I was downloading something about window's yesterday.  I have=20
> computer sit on automatic, and so I decided that it would go=20
> on and download so, I got off line!  I when I checking before=20
> getting off line it was 33% done!
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> I expected it to tell me when I rebooted that had downloaded=20
> my stuff and wanted my to click it to finish but, I did not! =20
> Did I do something wrong? =20
> Should I worry about it?
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> Everything seem's to be okay, here!
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> What should I do if anything?
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