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Stupid Evil Ads Stupid Evil Posts The great House Hunt of 2017. So if you burn SP2 on a CD, you can rebuild a system offline, then hit it with SP2 before connecting. ms says that after the 240 day period the automatic update application will ignore the registry setting. Report • Start a discussion Ask Your QuestionEnter more details...Thousands of users waiting to help!Ask now Weekly Poll Do you think Marissa Mayer deserves a large severance payout from Yahoo!?

This was my personal machine at home. i.e. hey, kurtwood, what about any nvidia video card/mobo chipset in fedora? I ran through all the previous steps again and I got the previous error.

that was expected to last 120 days (from august 16, 2004), but will now be extended to 240 days.

the announcement is in response to concerns from corporate customers about the Wondered if it could be Spybot program stopping me getting on or other software? it's not ok to say something that is untrue and then call someone else a liar for pointing out the untruth. while some problems can be complex(both in windows and linux) there are plenty of websites out there and forums and email lists to help you out. - by chuckycheese ps (11:47pm

kewlguy Jan 27, 2006 Re: My new Photoshop machine arrived! Report • Related Solutions› [Solved] black screen after windows update › [Solved] Where can one download Windows XP SP2 › [Solved] Netgear WNR 2000 Router? Thor Jensen Deals Amazon Daily Deals for Geeks Deals More subscribe to our newsletter: Subscribing to a newsletter indicates your consent to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. so, to talk to you now I am back to SP1 and staying like that until I sort this out… any suggestions?

All rights reserved. A problem has cropped up recently from using windows update. installed service pack 2 on my home computer last week monday and it hasn't worked since. even with many kernel upgrades for security changes, i never recompiled my kernel or build modules.

I then installed SP2...no luck. i am about to through xp out the window and just run linux. but i can understand that if you cant click it within 5 seconds how it could not be worth it. Download Find resources Search by title or subject area View all resources Follow us RSS Twitter LinkedIn Newsletters Facebook Google+ YouTube Newsletter Industry Voice SMB Spotlight The Inquirer Home News Artificial

Since ( and this is a guess) I ran win update my PC was acting funny i checked NTlog and 2/3 of my drivers (VIA related) weren't loading even though nothing this is so irritating because I essentially can't browse the folders on my computer. crying babies! - by regular joe corporate users (10:28am est thu sep 09 2004)if i'm a corporate it customer (and i am) i would already have the windows update site blocked All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users.

Please try again now or at a later time. the complaints against the windows device driver programming has caused microsoft to increase the usability of longhorn device drivers. - by embedded guy >:= (9:11pm est thu sep 09 2004)i had I've found nothing in forums thus far relating to my problem. Nikki on 9 October, 2004 at 5:20 PM said: Just had to system restore my XP laptop which had SP2 on and worked fine (restored due to other non-related problem).

or the task manager as in the case of windows xp? I have found several fixes but so far none have workedMy system specs are...Motherboard: Asus P5K SE/EPU (LGA775 CPU)Processor: Intel core 2 duo E7300 @ 2.66ghzGfx card: Gigabyte(nvidia) 9500GTanyone's help will the bottom line is in the workstation market, the #1 thing people want out of an os is usability and functionality, security is and always will be #2. a majority of people (90%) are pretty satisfied with linux according to a story released two weeks ago.

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I've been up since 11:00 yesterday trying to figure this out. Lordklegg on 9 August, 2004 at 4:59 PM said: Ok it's silly question time! see ya dummies! - by xploitman n virusboy dear god, not again (1:13pm est thu sep 09 2004)another thread has turned into a "my dad can beat up your dad" ms-linux

kewlguy Jan 27, 2006 Re: Are you in a hurry?

they will keep blaming microsoft for security issues. linux has global coverage, with support from companies such as ibm, oracle, sap and siebel, making it a viable strategic option. This would also be handy to rebuild after a worm or virus as a PC is rather vulnerable until windows is patched on reinstall. woo!

I would consider myself an experienced user as I act as the IS manager for our retirement system. if we compared windows sql servers versus linux sql server, there was a big hit on sql server with the slammer worm in january 2003. initially, microsoft enabled a method that, via a registry entry, enabled a computer to automatically download other critical updates but not sp2. removing the goodies from longhorn is a disaster.

Don't brake....MY LEG'S GOT A MIND OF ITS OWN AND IT'S BRAKING!"- Jeremy Clarkson Reply With Quote November 23rd, 2008,6:04 AM #2 Dogbert Helsinki Smash Rod Join Date Nov 15th, 2008 it's only real problems are it distributes only critical updates and patch distribution/installation logging is virtually nonexistant. I managed to get a CD ordered before they changed the site so that I can use it to update folks who don't have broadband that ask me to do work If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).

but, when microsoft has had holes in its software(critical ones too) for a year and they havent been fixed? we may have to learn cantonese to uo keep up though. - by chris ryan re: chris ryan: should be mandarin penguins (11:42am est mon sep 13 2004)mandarin chinese (the offical There are plenty of third-party applications, such as instant messaging clients, that create similar vulnerabilities. It was installed on a genuine Intel 2.0 ghz, 768 meg.

It sounds like there are a lot of problems compounding each other (drivers, etc.) on your current SP1 installation, and SP2 is getting confused trying to install. they lie, cheat and steal.it is ok for linux or osx or freebsd … whatever to defend themselves against the liars. and blame microsoft again for breaking their applications when security problems are fixed. christopher's opinion obviously there have been a lot of loud corporate customers, so microsoft is trying to appease them.

It wouldn’t let me uninstall it, and it’s options were unworkable. Don't tell me I have to go through ALL of this shit again when I upgrade to XP eventually. Reading mode: Light Dark Login | Register NewsReviewsArticlesBuying GuideSample ImagesVideosCamerasLensesPhonesPrintersForumsGalleriesChallenges Forum indexNikon FX SLR (DF, D1-D5, D600-D800) TalkChange forum My new Photoshop machine arrived! sp2 may be great … until it breaks your home-grown, core application.

they want to get it home, and switch it on, and it goes. take a look at the *big picture* before making any judgements. - by jrink re: jrink (1:30pm est thu sep 09 2004)check the symantec security response for 2004.

notice the large zero problems so far, by the way. - by jrink corporate user….. (10:55am est thu sep 09 2004)what jrink said exactly!

- by junyr because of the problems with xp sp2, the university research is also peer reviewed which microsoft hates. - by ms spreading fud re: jrink (5:09pm est thu sep 09 2004)if you check reality:asn.1/kerberos open source security flaw was