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 > > > ========================= The list's FAQ's can be seen by sending an email to PCWorks-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with FAQ in the subject line. To unsubscribe, subscribe, set Digest or Vacation to on or off, go to http://www.freelists.org/list/pcworks . You can also send an email to PCWorks-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with Unsubscribe in the subject line. Your member list settings can be found at http://www.freelists.org/cgi-bin/lsg2.cgi/l=pcworks . Once logged in, you have access to numerous other email options. The list archives are located at http://www.freelists.org/archives/pcworks/ . All email posted to the list will be placed there in the event anyone needs to look for previous posts.