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Microsoft Patches are re-released 060411

April 11 patch re-released with fixes

By Brian Livingston at Windows Secrets Newsletter, Apr 2006

 

Notes from Clif:

I've seen a few letters recently, people desperately wondering what's happening to their PC's. I found some of the reasons in a Brian's newletter, below.

 

Microsoft re-released on Apr. 25 a security patch that had been issued 14 days earlier in the company's monthly Patch Tuesday schedule.

 

The original version of security bulletin MS06-015 causes problems with Microsoft Office and other apps when you try to open or save files in the My Documents folder; with Internet Explorer when you type Web addresses into the Address Bar; and with an untold number of other programs.

 

The Redmond company says the problems are being caused by older versions of HP Share-to-Web software, nVidia graphics drivers, and Kerio Personal Firewall. But I believe there may be other conflicts at work, as I discuss below.

 

In addition, Microsoft released a surprising number of other hotfixes and notices on Apr. 25. These include:

 

read the rest of the article for advice on how to fix Microsoft's misfiring updates