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  1. #1
    Dick Guest

    kb967715 fiasco

    Like many others i'm fighting this continous downloading issue with kb967715.

    I have auto updates on,but new updates do not install automatically since i
    uninstalled kb 967715 to keep it from installing. So,auto install is
    inoperative.

    Does that mean i have to check and install update manually?



  2. #2
    Milt Guest

    RE: kb967715 fiasco

    Dick,

    Do a search for "kb 967715" in this "Updates" newsgroup and you'll find the
    solution to your problem. There were several posts about a month ago.

    Milt

    "Dick" wrote:

    > Like many others i'm fighting this continous downloading issue with kb967715.
    >
    > I have auto updates on,but new updates do not install automatically since i
    > uninstalled kb 967715 to keep it from installing. So,auto install is
    > inoperative.
    >
    > Does that mean i have to check and install update manually?
    >
    >


  3. #3
    Gis Bun Guest

    RE: kb967715 fiasco

    Well, since this update came out 2 days ago, I doubt if there was a solution
    to it a month ago. Maybe something similar though. :-)

    "Milt" wrote:

    > Dick,
    >
    > Do a search for "kb 967715" in this "Updates" newsgroup and you'll find the
    > solution to your problem. There were several posts about a month ago.
    >
    > Milt
    >
    > "Dick" wrote:
    >
    > > Like many others i'm fighting this continous downloading issue with kb967715.
    > >
    > > I have auto updates on,but new updates do not install automatically since i
    > > uninstalled kb 967715 to keep it from installing. So,auto install is
    > > inoperative.
    > >
    > > Does that mean i have to check and install update manually?
    > >
    > >


  4. #4
    Craig S Guest

    RE: kb967715 fiasco

    I show this on Feb 25 (3 installs) so I Hid it via Custom Dnload "Don't Show
    Again" chk box . Believe I Stopped its appearing repeatedly via PA Bear post
    on another recurring Update (As follows:

    1. Stop the Automatic Updates service:

    Start > Run > (type in) services.msc > [OK]
    Double-click Automatic Updates > Click on Stop
    (Stopping the service will take a moment)

    2. Delete the contents of the Download folder:

    Start > Run > (type in) %windir%\SoftwareDistribution > [OK]

    Open the Download folder and delete its contents Close the window.

    3. Go to Windows Update website > Select CUSTOM and allow the scan to
    complete > Uncheck/deselect KB(enter #) and hide it ("Don't show me this
    update
    again").

    4. Start the Automatic Updates service:

    Start > Run > (type in) services.msc > [OK]
    Double-click Automatic Updates > Click on Start
    (Starting the service will take a moment)

    It keeps reminding me I've disabled an important Dnload, but so be it.

    "Gis Bun" wrote:

    > Well, since this update came out 2 days ago, I doubt if there was a solution
    > to it a month ago. Maybe something similar though. :-)
    >
    > "Milt" wrote:
    >
    > > Dick,
    > >
    > > Do a search for "kb 967715" in this "Updates" newsgroup and you'll find the
    > > solution to your problem. There were several posts about a month ago.
    > >
    > > Milt
    > >
    > > "Dick" wrote:
    > >
    > > > Like many others i'm fighting this continous downloading issue with kb967715.
    > > >
    > > > I have auto updates on,but new updates do not install automatically since i
    > > > uninstalled kb 967715 to keep it from installing. So,auto install is
    > > > inoperative.
    > > >
    > > > Does that mean i have to check and install update manually?
    > > >
    > > >


  5. #5
    John Guest

    Re: kb967715 fiasco

    My WSUS shows KB967715 was released on Feb 24, 2009 and revised on March 10,
    2009. It's more like 2 weeks ago. Definitely not 2 days ago.

    "Gis Bun" <GisBun@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:E3815B71-2256-46F8-B6D0-94C813AEF980@microsoft.com...
    > Well, since this update came out 2 days ago, I doubt if there was a
    > solution
    > to it a month ago. Maybe something similar though. :-)
    >
    > "Milt" wrote:
    >
    >> Dick,
    >>
    >> Do a search for "kb 967715" in this "Updates" newsgroup and you'll find
    >> the
    >> solution to your problem. There were several posts about a month ago.
    >>
    >> Milt
    >>
    >> "Dick" wrote:
    >>
    >> > Like many others i'm fighting this continous downloading issue with
    >> > kb967715.
    >> >
    >> > I have auto updates on,but new updates do not install automatically
    >> > since i
    >> > uninstalled kb 967715 to keep it from installing. So,auto install is
    >> > inoperative.
    >> >
    >> > Does that mean i have to check and install update manually?
    >> >
    >> >




  6. #6
    PA Bear [MS MVP] Guest

    Re: kb967715 fiasco

    Do you see any other threads in this newsgroup with KB967715 in the subject?

    Dick wrote:
    > Like many others i'm fighting this continous downloading issue with
    > kb967715.
    >
    > I have auto updates on,but new updates do not install automatically since
    > i
    > uninstalled kb 967715 to keep it from installing. So,auto install is
    > inoperative.
    >
    > Does that mean i have to check and install update manually?



  7. #7
    cherylAZ Guest

    RE: kb967715 fiasco

    Hi Dick,

    I can't answer your question, but, FWIW, I started the Safe Mode process of
    getting KB967715 installed, but did not finish. I downloaded it manually,
    saved to desktop, then installed from desktop (steps 1 and 2 of Method 3). I
    expected to have to boot in safe mode and reinstall, but it has not offered
    since 3/9 so I think I'm done. I have had other auto updates since then.
    FWIW kb967715 does not show in add/remove pgms.

    "Dick" wrote:

    > Like many others i'm fighting this continous downloading issue with kb967715.
    >
    > I have auto updates on,but new updates do not install automatically since i
    > uninstalled kb 967715 to keep it from installing. So,auto install is
    > inoperative.
    >
    > Does that mean i have to check and install update manually?
    >
    >


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