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Problem after installing KB2722913 update


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I have my computer set up to install windows updates automatically. When KB2722913 is installed I can no longer access IE. I get a message that IE is not available and when I select "diagnose" it doesn't come up with anything. If I uninstall the update, I can access IE with no problems. Also, because of this issue I changed my settings so that I have to select the updates I want to install, but my settings keeps reverting to the automatic install option. This gets tedious because I have to keep uninstalling the update until I can figure out what's going on.

I ran malwarebytes, it came up with no malicious software. Microsoft Answers is useless, they keep asking questions I've already answered.

Hoping you can help.

Lynne

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as a temporary work-around until someone can find or provide a possible answer ...

try un-installing the troublesome update and then run the "check for updates" in the manual mode ...

find the KB2722913 update and "hide" it (something like "do not show this update again") .

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It could simply be an issue with IE but more than likely due to an infection or damage left over from one.

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