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Thread: Unwanted update kb932823

  1. #1
    Abel MacAdam Guest

    Unwanted update kb932823

    Hi,

    Yesterday my computer suggested I install the latest update, kb932823
    (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932823). The update is to fix a problem for
    those using IME, which happens to deny the ability downloading files using
    IE7.

    Although I do not use IE7, nor IME (I use the Latin alphabet) I decided to
    install the update. After that, I had problems with my Outlook (2002). I
    instructed Outlook to minimize to the System Tray. When I double click on
    Outlook, it appeared in my Task Bar, but if I select Outlook, it disappears
    from the Task Bar.

    So I decided to remove the update. This morning the update installed itself
    without my say so. Again I had to deinstall it.

    What can I do to not be pestered by this install? I do not need it, the
    document after the link I supplied at the start of my post suggest you would
    not need to install it, if you do not use IME. But it is really trying hard
    to get installed.

    Abel

  2. #2
    Gerry Guest

    Re: Unwanted update kb932823

    Abel

    kb932823 -This problem occurs if the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME)
    is the default keyboard layout. Did not this tell you the Hotfix was not
    for you?

    Uninstall the Update and then select Start, Control Panel, Automatic
    Updates uncheck Automatic and check "Notify me but don't automatically
    download or install". When notified commence the process by selecting
    Start, Help and Support, Keep your computer up-to-date with Windows
    Update and opt for a Custom install.


    --



    Hope this helps.

    Gerry
    ~~~~
    FCA
    Stourport, England
    Enquire, plan and execute
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Abel MacAdam wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > Yesterday my computer suggested I install the latest update, kb932823
    > (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932823). The update is to fix a
    > problem for those using IME, which happens to deny the ability
    > downloading files using IE7.
    >
    > Although I do not use IE7, nor IME (I use the Latin alphabet) I
    > decided to install the update. After that, I had problems with my
    > Outlook (2002). I instructed Outlook to minimize to the System Tray.
    > When I double click on Outlook, it appeared in my Task Bar, but if I
    > select Outlook, it disappears from the Task Bar.
    >
    > So I decided to remove the update. This morning the update installed
    > itself without my say so. Again I had to deinstall it.
    >
    > What can I do to not be pestered by this install? I do not need it,
    > the document after the link I supplied at the start of my post
    > suggest you would not need to install it, if you do not use IME. But
    > it is really trying hard to get installed.
    >
    > Abel




  3. #3
    Abel MacAdam Guest

    Re: Unwanted update kb932823



    "Gerry" wrote:

    > Abel
    >
    > kb932823 -This problem occurs if the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME)
    > is the default keyboard layout. Did not this tell you the Hotfix was not
    > for you?
    >
    > Uninstall the Update and then select Start, Control Panel, Automatic
    > Updates uncheck Automatic and check "Notify me but don't automatically
    > download or install". When notified commence the process by selecting
    > Start, Help and Support, Keep your computer up-to-date with Windows
    > Update and opt for a Custom install.
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    >
    >
    > Hope this helps.
    >
    > Gerry


  4. #4
    Abel MacAdam Guest

    Re: Unwanted update kb932823

    Hi Gerry,

    Thanks for your reply. In answer to your question, no, the update did not
    mention the hotfix was not for me. And I do not have the feature selected
    that is needed for advanced text services (as suggested in the link I had in
    my original post). I think this is one of the strange things in the update
    process. But it seems solved now.

    Abel.

    (Apologies when this post is posted twice).

    "Gerry" wrote:

    > Abel
    >
    > kb932823 -This problem occurs if the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME)
    > is the default keyboard layout. Did not this tell you the Hotfix was not
    > for you?
    >
    > Uninstall the Update and then select Start, Control Panel, Automatic
    > Updates uncheck Automatic and check "Notify me but don't automatically
    > download or install". When notified commence the process by selecting
    > Start, Help and Support, Keep your computer up-to-date with Windows
    > Update and opt for a Custom install.
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    >
    >
    > Hope this helps.
    >
    > Gerry
    > ~~~~
    > FCA
    > Stourport, England
    > Enquire, plan and execute
    > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    >
    > Abel MacAdam wrote:
    > > Hi,
    > >
    > > Yesterday my computer suggested I install the latest update, kb932823
    > > (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932823). The update is to fix a
    > > problem for those using IME, which happens to deny the ability
    > > downloading files using IE7.
    > >
    > > Although I do not use IE7, nor IME (I use the Latin alphabet) I
    > > decided to install the update. After that, I had problems with my
    > > Outlook (2002). I instructed Outlook to minimize to the System Tray.
    > > When I double click on Outlook, it appeared in my Task Bar, but if I
    > > select Outlook, it disappears from the Task Bar.
    > >
    > > So I decided to remove the update. This morning the update installed
    > > itself without my say so. Again I had to deinstall it.
    > >
    > > What can I do to not be pestered by this install? I do not need it,
    > > the document after the link I supplied at the start of my post
    > > suggest you would not need to install it, if you do not use IME. But
    > > it is really trying hard to get installed.
    > >
    > > Abel

    >
    >
    >


  5. #5
    Gerry Guest

    Re: Unwanted update kb932823

    Abel

    I was quoting the Cause of the Problem from the link you posted. I see
    Advanced Text Services is mentioned in the Workaround you can use if you
    do not want to install the Hotfix.

    From your post I take it you have solved the Windows Update problem.
    Have you also solved your Internet Explorer problem?


    ~~~~


    Gerry
    ~~~~
    FCA
    Stourport, England
    Enquire, plan and execute
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


    Abel MacAdam wrote:
    > Hi Gerry,
    >
    > Thanks for your reply. In answer to your question, no, the update did
    > not mention the hotfix was not for me. And I do not have the feature
    > selected that is needed for advanced text services (as suggested in
    > the link I had in my original post). I think this is one of the
    > strange things in the update process. But it seems solved now.
    >
    > Abel.
    >
    > (Apologies when this post is posted twice).
    >
    > "Gerry" wrote:
    >
    >> Abel
    >>
    >> kb932823 -This problem occurs if the Japanese Input Method Editor
    >> (IME) is the default keyboard layout. Did not this tell you the
    >> Hotfix was not for you?
    >>
    >> Uninstall the Update and then select Start, Control Panel, Automatic
    >> Updates uncheck Automatic and check "Notify me but don't
    >> automatically download or install". When notified commence the
    >> process by selecting Start, Help and Support, Keep your computer
    >> up-to-date with Windows Update and opt for a Custom install.
    >>
    >>
    >> --
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Hope this helps.
    >>
    >> Gerry
    >> ~~~~
    >> FCA
    >> Stourport, England
    >> Enquire, plan and execute
    >> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    >>
    >> Abel MacAdam wrote:
    >>> Hi,
    >>>
    >>> Yesterday my computer suggested I install the latest update,
    >>> kb932823 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932823). The update is to
    >>> fix a problem for those using IME, which happens to deny the ability
    >>> downloading files using IE7.
    >>>
    >>> Although I do not use IE7, nor IME (I use the Latin alphabet) I
    >>> decided to install the update. After that, I had problems with my
    >>> Outlook (2002). I instructed Outlook to minimize to the System Tray.
    >>> When I double click on Outlook, it appeared in my Task Bar, but if I
    >>> select Outlook, it disappears from the Task Bar.
    >>>
    >>> So I decided to remove the update. This morning the update installed
    >>> itself without my say so. Again I had to deinstall it.
    >>>
    >>> What can I do to not be pestered by this install? I do not need it,
    >>> the document after the link I supplied at the start of my post
    >>> suggest you would not need to install it, if you do not use IME. But
    >>> it is really trying hard to get installed.
    >>>
    >>> Abel




  6. #6
    Abel MacAdam Guest

    Re: Unwanted update kb932823

    Ehm, yes. I don't use it ;-P

    "Gerry" wrote:

    > Abel
    >
    > I was quoting the Cause of the Problem from the link you posted. I see
    > Advanced Text Services is mentioned in the Workaround you can use if you
    > do not want to install the Hotfix.
    >
    > From your post I take it you have solved the Windows Update problem.
    > Have you also solved your Internet Explorer problem?
    >
    >
    > ~~~~
    >
    >
    > Gerry
    > ~~~~
    > FCA
    > Stourport, England
    > Enquire, plan and execute
    > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    >
    >
    > Abel MacAdam wrote:
    > > Hi Gerry,
    > >
    > > Thanks for your reply. In answer to your question, no, the update did
    > > not mention the hotfix was not for me. And I do not have the feature
    > > selected that is needed for advanced text services (as suggested in
    > > the link I had in my original post). I think this is one of the
    > > strange things in the update process. But it seems solved now.
    > >
    > > Abel.
    > >
    > > (Apologies when this post is posted twice).
    > >
    > > "Gerry" wrote:
    > >
    > >> Abel
    > >>
    > >> kb932823 -This problem occurs if the Japanese Input Method Editor
    > >> (IME) is the default keyboard layout. Did not this tell you the
    > >> Hotfix was not for you?
    > >>
    > >> Uninstall the Update and then select Start, Control Panel, Automatic
    > >> Updates uncheck Automatic and check "Notify me but don't
    > >> automatically download or install". When notified commence the
    > >> process by selecting Start, Help and Support, Keep your computer
    > >> up-to-date with Windows Update and opt for a Custom install.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> --
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> Hope this helps.
    > >>
    > >> Gerry
    > >> ~~~~
    > >> FCA
    > >> Stourport, England
    > >> Enquire, plan and execute
    > >> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    > >>
    > >> Abel MacAdam wrote:
    > >>> Hi,
    > >>>
    > >>> Yesterday my computer suggested I install the latest update,
    > >>> kb932823 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932823). The update is to
    > >>> fix a problem for those using IME, which happens to deny the ability
    > >>> downloading files using IE7.
    > >>>
    > >>> Although I do not use IE7, nor IME (I use the Latin alphabet) I
    > >>> decided to install the update. After that, I had problems with my
    > >>> Outlook (2002). I instructed Outlook to minimize to the System Tray.
    > >>> When I double click on Outlook, it appeared in my Task Bar, but if I
    > >>> select Outlook, it disappears from the Task Bar.
    > >>>
    > >>> So I decided to remove the update. This morning the update installed
    > >>> itself without my say so. Again I had to deinstall it.
    > >>>
    > >>> What can I do to not be pestered by this install? I do not need it,
    > >>> the document after the link I supplied at the start of my post
    > >>> suggest you would not need to install it, if you do not use IME. But
    > >>> it is really trying hard to get installed.
    > >>>
    > >>> Abel

    >
    >
    >


  7. #7
    Gerry Guest

    Re: Unwanted update kb932823

    Abel

    That's too cryptic a reply for me <G>!

    You can use an alternative browser to Internet Explorer but there are
    some tasks for which Internet Explorer is needed. What are you exactly
    saying regarding Internet Explorer?

    ~~~~


    Gerry
    ~~~~
    FCA
    Stourport, England
    Enquire, plan and execute
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Abel MacAdam wrote:
    > Ehm, yes. I don't use it ;-P
    >
    > "Gerry" wrote:
    >
    >> Abel
    >>
    >> I was quoting the Cause of the Problem from the link you posted. I
    >> see Advanced Text Services is mentioned in the Workaround you can
    >> use if you do not want to install the Hotfix.
    >>
    >> From your post I take it you have solved the Windows Update problem.
    >> Have you also solved your Internet Explorer problem?
    >>
    >>
    >> ~~~~
    >>
    >>
    >> Gerry
    >> ~~~~
    >> FCA
    >> Stourport, England
    >> Enquire, plan and execute
    >> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    >>
    >>
    >> Abel MacAdam wrote:
    >>> Hi Gerry,
    >>>
    >>> Thanks for your reply. In answer to your question, no, the update
    >>> did not mention the hotfix was not for me. And I do not have the
    >>> feature selected that is needed for advanced text services (as
    >>> suggested in the link I had in my original post). I think this is
    >>> one of the strange things in the update process. But it seems
    >>> solved now.
    >>>
    >>> Abel.
    >>>
    >>> (Apologies when this post is posted twice).
    >>>
    >>> "Gerry" wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Abel
    >>>>
    >>>> kb932823 -This problem occurs if the Japanese Input Method Editor
    >>>> (IME) is the default keyboard layout. Did not this tell you the
    >>>> Hotfix was not for you?
    >>>>
    >>>> Uninstall the Update and then select Start, Control Panel,
    >>>> Automatic Updates uncheck Automatic and check "Notify me but don't
    >>>> automatically download or install". When notified commence the
    >>>> process by selecting Start, Help and Support, Keep your computer
    >>>> up-to-date with Windows Update and opt for a Custom install.
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> --
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> Hope this helps.
    >>>>
    >>>> Gerry
    >>>> ~~~~
    >>>> FCA
    >>>> Stourport, England
    >>>> Enquire, plan and execute
    >>>> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    >>>>
    >>>> Abel MacAdam wrote:
    >>>>> Hi,
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Yesterday my computer suggested I install the latest update,
    >>>>> kb932823 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932823). The update is
    >>>>> to fix a problem for those using IME, which happens to deny the
    >>>>> ability downloading files using IE7.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Although I do not use IE7, nor IME (I use the Latin alphabet) I
    >>>>> decided to install the update. After that, I had problems with my
    >>>>> Outlook (2002). I instructed Outlook to minimize to the System
    >>>>> Tray. When I double click on Outlook, it appeared in my Task Bar,
    >>>>> but if I select Outlook, it disappears from the Task Bar.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> So I decided to remove the update. This morning the update
    >>>>> installed itself without my say so. Again I had to deinstall it.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> What can I do to not be pestered by this install? I do not need
    >>>>> it, the document after the link I supplied at the start of my post
    >>>>> suggest you would not need to install it, if you do not use IME.
    >>>>> But it is really trying hard to get installed.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Abel




  8. #8
    Nora Guest

    Re: Unwanted update kb932823

    This so-called update renders my PC unusable. Not only it affects Outlook
    but I am unable to use IE 7!!!!! I've had to uninstall the patch twice, and
    now I am set up for manual Windows updates.

    It is very frustrating. Something needs to be done to really fix the fix!

    --nora



    "Gerry" wrote:

    > Abel
    >
    > kb932823 -This problem occurs if the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME)
    > is the default keyboard layout. Did not this tell you the Hotfix was not
    > for you?
    >
    > Uninstall the Update and then select Start, Control Panel, Automatic
    > Updates uncheck Automatic and check "Notify me but don't automatically
    > download or install". When notified commence the process by selecting
    > Start, Help and Support, Keep your computer up-to-date with Windows
    > Update and opt for a Custom install.
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    >
    >
    > Hope this helps.
    >
    > Gerry
    > ~~~~
    > FCA
    > Stourport, England
    > Enquire, plan and execute
    > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    >
    > Abel MacAdam wrote:
    > > Hi,
    > >
    > > Yesterday my computer suggested I install the latest update, kb932823
    > > (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932823). The update is to fix a
    > > problem for those using IME, which happens to deny the ability
    > > downloading files using IE7.
    > >
    > > Although I do not use IE7, nor IME (I use the Latin alphabet) I
    > > decided to install the update. After that, I had problems with my
    > > Outlook (2002). I instructed Outlook to minimize to the System Tray.
    > > When I double click on Outlook, it appeared in my Task Bar, but if I
    > > select Outlook, it disappears from the Task Bar.
    > >
    > > So I decided to remove the update. This morning the update installed
    > > itself without my say so. Again I had to deinstall it.
    > >
    > > What can I do to not be pestered by this install? I do not need it,
    > > the document after the link I supplied at the start of my post
    > > suggest you would not need to install it, if you do not use IME. But
    > > it is really trying hard to get installed.
    > >
    > > Abel

    >
    >
    >


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