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It's unlikely to be this, but check that you have enough hard-disk space first.
Assuming that's OK, you can UNDO Windows Updates. Go to Start>Control Panel>Programs and Features. In the left hand column there is an option for "View installed updates". Click on this and you will see a list of previously installed Windows updates. Using the RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON, click on the update that caused your problem and you will see the option to uninstall.
That should solve your problem. I would also change your Windows Update preference to "Download updates but let me choose whether to install them". If you don't you will receive the same update again next time Windows Update runs.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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