Re: [PCWorks] Tuesday's MS security fix for XP

Ohhh, that.  ;-)  I thought you meant something else.  You can 
probably ctrl-alt-del and shut down whatever that is causing 
it.  You just have to know how to recognize its entry in the 
list.

(You're still not removing the footers).
-Clint

God Bless
Clint Hamilton, Owner
http://www.OrpheusComputing.com
http://www.ComputersCustomBuilt.com


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Vistro"

It said that Windows had to reboot in order to complete the 
update... Every
five minutes I had to press "restart later"..

On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 4:39 PM, Clint Hamilton-PCWorks Admin <
wrote:

> (Please remember to remove the footers).
>
> Is there any more details to it?  If you're getting that kind
> of a warning, something is wrong.  But I can't say what that
> may be without more details (if you have any).  If you search
> for "Windows will shut down in" you'll see a lot of results. 
> I
> think you may mean 5 seconds and not 5 minutes.
> -Clint
>

>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Vistro"
>
> Off topic, but still about this update...
> I'm kinda tired of every "critical" update launching a 
> "Windows
> will shut
> down in 5:00" box every five minutes. Windows can wait a 
> couple
> of minutes
> for me to finish what I'm doing, I'll reboot when I'm good 
> and
> ready!
>
>
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
>
> >
> > Found my answer.  Zone Alarm is incompatible with the 
> > patch.
> > The work
> > around is to uninstall the patch.  The fix is to install 
> > the
> > latest version
> > of Zone Alarm which is version 7 something.  I'm still 
> > using
> > 6.5 and don't
> > want to upgrade.  Oh well ...
> >
> > Ben Moore
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
>
> >
> >
> > Did anyone have any problems with Tuesday's security fix 
> > for
> > WinXP?
> >
> > I've installed it on 3 machines.  On two I lost internet
> > connectivity.  Had
> > to do a restore.
> >
> > The update is MS 08-037.  It's a DNS patch.
> >
> > Ben Moore
> >
>

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