Microsoft Update History Log

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n00ber

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HaPPy NeW YeAr!! i want to wish you the best to al of you who helped me in this awesome Forum!!for you and your family!!!

I was wondering how can i find the Microsoft Update History Log in my computer, not the windows update history log, i went to windows update folder and couldnt find anything there , anyone that can help me !!!

thank you !!!

N00ber
 

JTM

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This might work out for you, hope it does:

Go into the add/remove programs window, scroll nearly all the way down, and it should show a list of Microsoft hotfixes, and their KB article number.
 

n00ber

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Thanks for your prompt replay JTM, but i am looking for the Microsoft Update History Log, you know , when you update Windows XP using Software update feature through Internet Explorer.

thanks anyway!!
 

n00ber

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Im sorry i think you guys misunderstood me, what i want to do is access the Microsoft Update history log and delete some of the failure updates entries, so they wont show in the Windows Update history under Microsoft Update Website.

Thanks for everything!!
 
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Noober: Go to the Windows Update site and click on "Review your Update History".
Is this what you're looking for?
I don't know if you can delete any entries in your log.
 
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