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Please Help with my Faulty XP Pro Installation.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by creativeimages, Sep 7, 2007.

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  1. creativeimages

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    Boiling down a problem to the simplest, single issue – my XP professional installation is not correctly installed and is not working correctly. The causes of this situation are faulty tech support, multiple repairs and fixes – almost all made thing worse.

    Both Microsoft auto update and Windows Live OneCare state there is an important security update that needs to be installed. When I allow auto update or OneCare to perform the update – it fails. The error messages are as follows:

    1. Security Update For Microsoft XML Core Service 4.0 Service Pack2 (kb936181 or kb916281) not installed.
    2. Security Update For Cumulative Security Update Internet Explorer for Windows XP (kb936181) not installed.

    What is the problem? What should be done? Why?

    Thank you.

    CreativeImages
     
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    creativeimages Thread Starter

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    When I read the instructions, they state I must supply the paths:

    "Save the document with the file name RemoteFile.wsf. When you run the RemoteTest.wsf file, the computer connects to the remote server and runs RemoteFile.wsf. Note that to connect to the remote server, you must supply both the path to the file and the server information."

    I do not not what or why to do? Can you help me?

    Thank you.
     
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