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Windows 7: Windows last update and MSE was gone!

16 Oct 2011   #11
xxxdannyxxx

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

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Howdy,
The last couple days, don't remember exactly, there was an 8 item Microsoft update. A very large one. I allowed it to update and everything seemed to be fine. Then I noticed that my MSE taskbar icon was missing. I could not locate any of it on my computer. I downloaded a copy immediately and reinstalled it. Was this normal, did I do something incorrectly. W7 still like to throw me curve balls. Thanks for any assistance!
Glenn
Hi Glennc

No that was certainly not normal behaviour. I don't remember seeing any posts about issues with this months updates. The only thing I would say is that just because the tray icon was missing doesn't automatically mean Mse was removed, it may just have been a tray icon issue. Sometimes after I have updated or installed large amounts of softtware It can take a couple of reboots to reconfigure the boot/start-up program sequence again and some of those updates where quite significant in size and took some time to settle again after reboot.(Mainly the .NET updates)

Danny
Hello Danny,
This could have been the case, as it was a .NET download and windows defender. I just did a download and reinstalled. That seemed to happen without a hitch, no error indications. So I just don't know!
Thanks for the assist
Glenn
I think that was the case, glad to hear it went ok this time

Danny


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