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What updates? Anyway, if you have installed software of (most) kinds, you can un-install it via the Windows add/remove programs.. Go to the Windows start button, left mouse click, control panel, then click add/remove programs.. When the list has populated, look for the 'wrong updates' and select remove. If it's not in the list, then you might have to go to the appropriate web site to down load the un-install software or the function might be on an install CD or whatever. If you need further assistance, please provide specific details of what updates and what operating system. Rgds,
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