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02 May 2010  
not so gray matter

W7 Ult. x64 | OS X
 
 

Hopefully this helps:

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1.
Click the "Start" button on your desktop. Click the "Control Panel" option.

2.
Double click the "Automatic Updates" icon on the control panel page. This opens a dialog box for setting options to receive, store and install Microsoft automatic updates.

3.
Allow all updates that become available to automatically download and install on your computer by clicking the circle next to "Automatic." Click the drop down boxes to choose the days and time new updates are installed. This option will store the downloads until the installation time selected.

4.
Receive the updates, but install them at your discretion. Click the circle next to "Download, but let me choose when to install." You will be notified when new updates become available. Review each update description to decide if the application is needed.

5.
Choose to save Windows updates externally. Click the "Notify me, but don't download or install" selection to keep update links open. The updates themselves will be saved on the server unless you choose to retrieve and install them.
If that doesn't help, read this page:

http://www.windowsbbs.com/windows-xp...ad-folder.html
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