Question about Computers & Internet
Your question is not quite clear, but if you have installed an OS update, you should be able to uninstall it after the update is finished. Go to your "control panel", select the option for "Programs" or uninstall a program, find the related update, select it and then select the option (generally at the top left of the screen to uninstall it. Once it is successfully uninstalled, you should be able to install the correct update. It's just hard to know where you are in the process. Good luck! JD
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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