Problems after windows updates in windows vista.

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Is it possible that windows updates may contain virus? I have kept auto update install enable in my windows vista. After the last update my Laptops works very slow and there are some starting problems as well. How to reverse the effect of the updates?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #102669

Problems after windows updates in windows vista.

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Hi Hudson Davila,

     Well, that sure is a big problem. I mean it so hard to access your windows especially when it is crawling so much or performing very slow. Well, it should be easy to fix things when you can access your computer pretty easy and without any hassle. Anyway, let’s get back on how to fix it. Probably, a downgrade could resolve the problem, or simply, a reverse to what has been updated. Just simple restore your computer using system restore from a restore point. Make sure that the restore point is a reliable restore point. Besides this, you can also check out the task manager. Check in the process tab which process uses a lot of memory. If certain process uses 90% to 100% of memory, then end that process. That should probably hasten up your computer. If ever that process is from a program that is not useful, then just uninstall it. It should put things the way it was. Hope it works.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #102670

Problems after windows updates in windows vista.

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Hello Hudson,

I once had the same issue after the update installed automatically and i found out the reason was malfunctioning CPU frequency governor i had to make my system use the default conservative governor instead of on demand one.

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Answered By 573000 points N/A #310122

Problems after windows updates in windows vista.

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No, that’s not possible. Your computer cannot get infected when installing updates via Windows Update because the download or the update is directly downloaded from the Microsoft server. Now, if the outcome of the last update caused problems on your computer, you can uninstall that last update to fix the problem. To do that, click “Start” then in the search box type without quotes “remove a program”.

From the result, click “add or remove programs”. On the next screen, click “View installed updates” on the left pane. Once all installed updates are displayed, sort them in chronological order to easily find the last update installed. Once you located the last update, right-click it and select “Uninstall”. When you are prompted to restart the computer, click to restart the computer.

See if this works.

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