How can I stop one update?

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  • 1. Update (??) seems to have deleted ALL folders and emails from Outl
    When I opened my Outlook Express this morning, there is a new format. An automatic update must have happened since I've been last on the computer. All the my previous folders, emails and contacts are gone. It is like a brand new program. Where did all my info go? I have checked the archives, just in case (??) with no success. They seem empty. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  • 2. Update (??) seems to have deleted all folders and emails in Outloo
    I open my Outlook express this morning to find everything GONE. It seems to be a slightly new format, so I'm assuming an auto update took place since I was last on the computer. Nothing has ever been deleted on previous updates, so I'm very confused. I went to open the archives (just in case), and nothing has changed. They seem empty. Any suggestions?
  • 3. change file that i have chosen not to download to give M/S permis
    Update Diagnostic-Unable to access a required field so that M/S can have permission to download to my computer
  • 4. Updates to Word 2000 SP3
    I'm trying to find a list of MS updates that are available for installation on top of Word 2000 SP3. Can anyone please point me in the right direction? Many thanks Keith Cordon.
  • 5. don't know where to start
    Lets try this again... I was given a copy of Microsoft Office 2000 Professional, however it only contains the shortcuts, not the files. After a big mess I was told to download updates, but where do I start? Since I don't have the files loaded just the shortcuts can I still download updates? Felling very frustrted and stupid!! -- dawn

How can I stop one update?

Postby Y2J3aXR6aQ » Wed, 24 Jun 2009 09:21:01 GMT

Microsoft is trying to update PowerPoint via automatic updates.  I don't have 
PowerPoint so they just keep trying & trying & trying.  I cannot find out how 
to stop that one update.  

Very Annoying.

Re: How can I stop one update?

Postby Peter Foldes » Wed, 24 Jun 2009 13:02:14 GMT

Disable Automatic Updates and mark the file hidden. Turn back Automatic Update


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