Another problem with one of the Microsoft Patches…



Last month, April, the Microsoft patch cycle had one problem patch that broke certain explorer extensions (most notable some HP software…) This time around it looks like the Flash patch that they distributed has given a few people fits. For starters, yes it’s odd for Microsoft to distribute a patch for a 3rd party product.

Apparently the patch fails to install for some, incorrectly detecting that they already have a patched version. For others that have started with Flash 6, upgraded and then removed flash 7 or 8 there is a knowledge base article describing the original problem and patch and the workaround for the problem with the patch…

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