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Windows 7: Seriously upset. Latest update rolled back my PC

18 Nov 2013   #11
hello people

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Ok installing the subsequent updates not installed along with the first round of plan Windows...notify of a bunch of updates...allow the user to update their PC...**** the users PC up beyond NOT to notify the user that there are still 2 updates waiting...don't say boo about that...let the user figure it all out.

It all makes perfect sense

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18 Nov 2013   #12
total confusion

Windows 7 Pro

Quick question, just how is the average Joe supposed to know which Updates are gonna screw up your system? How do you know which ones to install and which ones are gonna wreak havoc? I took mine off of auto update because I have 4 causing issues. Now I have missing system folders and am going have to do a repair install.
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18 Nov 2013   #13
hello people

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Excellent question. Same thing happens to me. It seems to always be the update for MSE that basically restores things back to normal. But I have no idea which one of the other battery of updates is causing the problems that I describe in my opening post.

Windows Update should be painless and seemless...but every time it comes around I shudder for the safety of my PC.

And that is why a MAC is in my future...after being a PC user for over 20 years.
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19 Nov 2013   #14
total confusion

Windows 7 Pro

The part that burns my buns is Microsoft doesn't seem to want to take any responsibility for the havoc they wreak. They should be providing FREE support on this stuff. My retail version of Window 7 Pro came with 90 day support. Had I known that before I bought it I would have just bought a new (cheap) PC loaded with 7, then I would have had a full year. The cost was only a couple hundred bucks different.
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 Seriously upset. Latest update rolled back my PC

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