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    Hi,

    Just a heads up. Windows update KB2454826 is causing BSODs in quite a few systems. On my Toshiba laptop had to resort to system restore to recover from it. Installed without issues on my desktop, though.
    If you want to be safe, better avoid it for now.

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    It installed on my system yesterday.
    Should I un-install it to prevent future trouble or leave it because my system is working O.K. ????
    "If You Are Reading This In English, Thank A VET"

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    I installed on my system without incident. If your system is working, then leave it.
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    Thanks, that what I figured..
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    I have just run the up-date and my system crashed. Luckily I have system restore running. Surely Microsoft should have by now removed the offending up-date? I ran a Google search for the problem and lo and behold some naive person was stating that it was probably SOFTWARE on a person's system was conflicting with the up-date. It seems to be a real problem and some unwary and not computer literate person will have real trouble sorting it out.

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