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Microsoft Removes Faulty Windows 7 Update After Some Machines Fail to Boot

Category: Operating Systems
Posted: April 12, 2013 07:54PM
Author: bp9801

A problematic security update in this month's Windows 7 Patch Tuesday has been pulled by Microsoft, when it was found that some computers failed to boot after applying it. Update 2823324 was supposed to fix a "moderate-level vulnerability," but instead it causes an error "when paired with certain third-party software." The update has since been pulled from the list of fixes so it can't cause any more problems. If you've downloaded the update, Microsoft recommends following the steps outlined here to get your system back up and running. Even if your system is still fully functional after the update, the folks in Redmond still recommend uninstalling it just in case. While it's unfortunate something like this happened, at least Microsoft is taking care of the problem.

Source: Ars Technica



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DrDigitized2 on April 12, 2013 08:04PM
Win XP service pack 3 would do that to me. I had to reboot a few times before I found out that it was a problem with ASUS MB that I had. For some reason it did not like SP3.

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