Explore the IDG Network descend CIO Computerworld CSO Greenbot IDC IDG IDG Answers IDG Connect IDG Knowledge Hub IDG TechNetwork IDG.TV IDG Ventures Infoworld IT News ITwhitepapers ITworld JavaWorld LinuxWorld Macworld Microsoft COULD have done the right thing... (Score:2) by dpbsmith ( 263124 ) writes: ...the update could have detected that it was running on a misconfigured motherboard. MS has jumped the shark (the old shark has a headache by now, I would guess) and is now sending malware to its users on a semi regular basis.I have disabled As Woody Leonhard reported, Microsoft changed KB3133977 from an optional to a recommended patch. click site
My preference though is for Microsoft's Fix it which also comes as a portable application. If your computer did not meet the system requirements for the next OS version, or the next Word version, the solution was buying a new computer. They (MS) don't give a f* about your data. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2) by JustAnotherOldGuy ( 4145623 ) writes: What Linux really needs is full support by major software vendors.I agree 100%, but in the meantime Wine
Thanks again, Woody. The patch, however, was incompatible with PCs outfitted with Asus motherboards, causing those PCs to crash under certain conditions. It will take several minutes while Windows scans all protect system files and replaces any that are incorrect. And I hate Microsoft as much as anyone.
But this illustrates an important issue with Windows Update - don't trust it. As I already had a working copy of WordPerfect I only bought Office so that I could use the latest version of Word since I was getting files that were in The Defensive Computing approach is not not to install patches the day they are released. Windows Update Not Working Windows 7 64 Bit I'd nearly forgotten about those episodes.What's the missing word:"Windows isn't done until _________ won't run." I can't remember.
We are not responsible for them in any way. Latest Windows 7 Update Issues Re:A new twist on ransomware (Score:4, Insightful) by AmiMoJo ( 196126 ) writes: <`ten.3dlrow' `ta' `ojom'> on Saturday May 07, 2016 @07:12AM (#52066325) Homepage No, not at all. I'm willing to try most anything - I even installed Gentoo from scratch once, and I have a great deal of respect for those who write this software.P Re: (Score:3) by you could check here My HD includes: AMD Athlon 64 FX-57 CPU, 4GB of RAM and Asus A8N-SLI Premium MoBo.
But on April 12, Microsoft changed the status of the patch "recommended," which meant that anyone with Automatic Updates enabled would receive the patch. Comments Computerworld | May 15, 2016 7:44 PM PT RELATED TOPICS Windows PCs Microsoft Windows 7 Comments