Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
I am running microsoft XP professional. IE started having problems after a microsoft update (multiple updates). I would get a page cannot load message or I would get a page ''done'' at the bottom of the page but nothing would load. I did a system restore for about 2 months earlier. Restarted system and ie worked. Multiple downloads hit my machine from microsoft for updates again. Within two days if I tried to click on any of yahoo games my machine would flicker once and then close ie. I would then get a message about file lose which would stay on my screen about 10 seconds and then close. I never could read the whole thing. I have again gone back and did a system restore. I am afraid to download the microsoft updates?
First of all turn off the automatic updates for your operating system.To do that follow my steps
1) go to start--->run-----> type services.msc---------->select automatic updates --->select startup type to manual
2)then turn off startup type to manual
3)No more updates from microsoft
4)If it is solved do'nt forget to say thanks to me
Posted on May 11, 2009
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