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Ext User(RD)
03-06-2007, 11:54 PM
A few days ago windows update began showing an automatic security
update was required. As usual I said for it to go ahead. It was
successful, then it repeated. Then it repeated. Then it repeated. So
I
tried rebooting, same thing happenned. On the manual side it
indicated
the critical update was for Windows Live Toolbar KB 926295 (which is
installed but I don't use). I haven't found anything on the net so
far, hence this post.

My details:
Operating system Windows XP SP2
Update service set to update automatically
I have administrator rights
IE 7.0.5730.11


Thanks for the help!


Rd

Ext User(Rey Santos)
04-06-2007, 01:58 AM
Try this KB artilcle if it could help
How to troubleshoot Windows Update or Microsoft Update when you are
repeatedly offered an update
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910339/en-us

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"RD" wrote:

> A few days ago windows update began showing an automatic security
> update was required. As usual I said for it to go ahead. It was
> successful, then it repeated. Then it repeated. Then it repeated. So
> I
> tried rebooting, same thing happenned. On the manual side it
> indicated
> the critical update was for Windows Live Toolbar KB 926295 (which is
> installed but I don't use). I haven't found anything on the net so
> far, hence this post.
>
> My details:
> Operating system Windows XP SP2
> Update service set to update automatically
> I have administrator rights
> IE 7.0.5730.11
>
>
> Thanks for the help!
>
>
> Rd
>
>

Ext User(Rock)
04-06-2007, 07:13 AM
"RD" <Saskatoon1@gmail.com> wrote
>A few days ago windows update began showing an automatic security
> update was required. As usual I said for it to go ahead. It was
> successful, then it repeated. Then it repeated. Then it repeated. So
> I
> tried rebooting, same thing happenned. On the manual side it
> indicated
> the critical update was for Windows Live Toolbar KB 926295 (which is
> installed but I don't use). I haven't found anything on the net so
> far, hence this post.
>
> My details:
> Operating system Windows XP SP2
> Update service set to update automatically
> I have administrator rights
> IE 7.0.5730.11

Best place to post issues related to windows update and automatic update is
the Windows Update newsgroup.
microsoft.public.windowsupdate

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Ext User(RD)
05-06-2007, 12:44 AM
On Jun 3, 3:01 pm, "Rock" <R...@nospam.net> wrote:
> "RD" <Saskato...@gmail.com> wrote
>
> >A few days ago windows update began showing an automatic security
> > update was required. As usual I said for it to go ahead. It was
> > successful, then it repeated. Then it repeated. Then it repeated. So
> > I
> > tried rebooting, same thing happenned. On the manual side it
> > indicated
> > the critical update was for Windows Live Toolbar KB 926295 (which is
> > installed but I don't use). I haven't found anything on the net so
> > far, hence this post.
>
> > My details:
> > Operating system Windows XP SP2
> > Update service set to update automatically
> > I have administrator rights
> > IE 7.0.5730.11
>
> Best place to post issues related to windows update and automatic update is
> the Windows Update newsgroup.
> microsoft.public.windowsupdate
>
> --
> Rock [MS-MVP User/Shell]

I agree, but I haven't got a response that helps.

Ext User(Rock)
05-06-2007, 07:44 AM
"RD" wrote
> "Rock" wrote:
>> "RD" wrote
>>
>> >A few days ago windows update began showing an automatic security
>> > update was required. As usual I said for it to go ahead. It was
>> > successful, then it repeated. Then it repeated. Then it repeated. So
>> > I
>> > tried rebooting, same thing happenned. On the manual side it
>> > indicated
>> > the critical update was for Windows Live Toolbar KB 926295 (which is
>> > installed but I don't use). I haven't found anything on the net so
>> > far, hence this post.
>>
>> > My details:
>> > Operating system Windows XP SP2
>> > Update service set to update automatically
>> > I have administrator rights
>> > IE 7.0.5730.11

>> Best place to post issues related to windows update and automatic update
>> is
>> the Windows Update newsgroup.
>> microsoft.public.windowsupdate

> I agree, but I haven't got a response that helps.

Ok good luck.

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