Vista Update Packs now available from Microsoft

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  1. Anonymouse

    Anonymouse A nondescript mouse

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    From GottaBeMobile.com

    http://www.gottabemobile.com/UpdatePacksNowAvailableFromMicrosoft.aspx

    Check the link for links to get the updates.
     
  2. thaluckyspoon

    thaluckyspoon Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Great update MS. I install it and now there are two of every user name I had.

    Edit: Among more errors I am now encountering is a fujitsu setslate.exe error. Ugh Does anyone know how to un-update windows?
     
  3. Darak

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    I believe updates are usually listed in the Add/Remove Programs list. Don't know if that counts for Service packs.
     
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    Smoothcrm7 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Ive had teh setslate error since i updated to vista ultimate and have ben unable to find a fix *sigh
     
  5. HS77

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    Wow . . . Another reason I always wait a while to see the results of these updates and all. Ever since probems with SP2 for XP, I've learned my lesson and I wait, sometimes a long time too until I am 100&#37; sure it's safe or the problems are solvable.

    I hope those problems you two are having, are solved and fixed! I personally am not sure how to fix them for you though, so can't be much help
     
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    Wait!

    I just found out how to uninstall those updates, if you haven't already found out yourselves!

    Go To Control Panel>>Programs and Features>>Installed Updates

    To uninstall an update, select if from the list and then click "uninstall" or "change"

    Nice thing there. I like that, never noticed that before . . . If it's a new thing with Vista, I'm glad they included it!
     
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