VITAL - SWITCH OFF the UPDATES

Posted: 01-19-2009, 08:51 PM
If you have Vista, do the following test:

Switch off the modem, or better, remove the plug.

Make sure you have no wireless Internet connections.

You are now running OFF-LINE.

Close the system down, wait and reboot. Use the machine for a time.
Keep doing this for a few days.

If you are interrupted at any time by the announcement "Updates are
being configured", followed by "Section 2 of 3 28% completed",
followed by a crash, followed by a reboot and "Section 3 of 3 98%
completed", then you have a Microsoft BUG.

That bug takes random bytes from NOWHERE (because your Internet
connections had been disconnected). It uses a RANDOM address, and puts
a RANDOM number of RANDOM bytes into the RAM. This is just like a
"Trojan virus" in that the smaller bug creates bigger bugs by
overwriting the good bits of code.

Fortunately, it is not saved on the hard disk. The copy of the
operating system on the hard disk only has the original bug.

It is no use trying to download Service Pack 1, which is purported to
fix the fault. It doesn't work. Obviously, Microsoft have never tested
it. It reports "already installed" on a NEW machine where it was not
already installed, and refuses to go further.

The "Updates" are similarly impossible to download.

So if you have this bug, turn off the updates. The operating system
may take five days before it stops the fake "Updates", but after it
does the system will be cleaner.

Charles Douglas Wehner

VITAL - SWITCH OFF the UPDATES


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Little Charlie
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Re: VITAL - SWITCH OFF the UPDATES
Posted: 01-20-2009, 12:09 AM
You are very much mistaken. You are giving really BAD ADVICE based on
alleged strange behavior on your PC alone.

You have constructed in your mind a scenario that is not real. It is
also painfully apparent your PC savvy is sorely lacking.

Worst though is the BAD ADVICE you give that some may actually comply
with out of similar ignorance.



"Charles Douglas Wehner" <charleswehner@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:120e5fda-0000-48ba-a463-8c2e11b9c413@z27g2000prd.googlegroups.com...
> If you have Vista, do the following test:
>
> Switch off the modem, or better, remove the plug.
>
> Make sure you have no wireless Internet connections.
>
> You are now running OFF-LINE.
>
> Close the system down, wait and reboot. Use the machine for a time.
> Keep doing this for a few days.
>
> If you are interrupted at any time by the announcement "Updates are
> being configured", followed by "Section 2 of 3 28% completed",
> followed by a crash, followed by a reboot and "Section 3 of 3 98%
> completed", then you have a Microsoft BUG.
>
> That bug takes random bytes from NOWHERE (because your Internet
> connections had been disconnected). It uses a RANDOM address, and
> puts
> a RANDOM number of RANDOM bytes into the RAM. This is just like a
> "Trojan virus" in that the smaller bug creates bigger bugs by
> overwriting the good bits of code.
>
> Fortunately, it is not saved on the hard disk. The copy of the
> operating system on the hard disk only has the original bug.
>
> It is no use trying to download Service Pack 1, which is purported
> to
> fix the fault. It doesn't work. Obviously, Microsoft have never
> tested
> it. It reports "already installed" on a NEW machine where it was
> not
> already installed, and refuses to go further.
>
> The "Updates" are similarly impossible to download.
>
> So if you have this bug, turn off the updates. The operating system
> may take five days before it stops the fake "Updates", but after it
> does the system will be cleaner.
>
> Charles Douglas Wehner
Pauli Taglia
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Re: VITAL - SWITCH OFF the UPDATES
Posted: 01-20-2009, 12:34 AM
"Little Charlie" <lc@northernlight.org> wrote:
>You are very much mistaken. You are giving really BAD ADVICE based on
>alleged strange behavior on your PC alone.
>
>You have constructed in your mind a scenario that is not real. It is
>also painfully apparent your PC savvy is sorely lacking.
>
>Worst though is the BAD ADVICE you give that some may actually comply
>with out of similar ignorance.
>
>
>
>"Charles Douglas Wehner" <charleswehner@hotmail.com> wrote in message
The guy is a whack job. Check out some of his posts:

http://groups.google.com/groups/sear...9hFg&scoring=d
Tyro
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Re: VITAL - SWITCH OFF the UPDATES
Posted: 01-20-2009, 02:13 AM
All new machines with Vista installed already have SP1. If you download SP1
and try to install it, you'll be told that it's already installed.
I strongly suggest you get some computer education and stop your misleading
posts.

Tyro

"Charles Douglas Wehner" <charleswehner@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:120e5fda-0000-48ba-a463-8c2e11b9c413@z27g2000prd.googlegroups.com...
> If you have Vista, do the following test:
>
> Switch off the modem, or better, remove the plug.
>
> Make sure you have no wireless Internet connections.
>
> You are now running OFF-LINE.
>
> Close the system down, wait and reboot. Use the machine for a time.
> Keep doing this for a few days.
>
> If you are interrupted at any time by the announcement "Updates are
> being configured", followed by "Section 2 of 3 28% completed",
> followed by a crash, followed by a reboot and "Section 3 of 3 98%
> completed", then you have a Microsoft BUG.
>
> That bug takes random bytes from NOWHERE (because your Internet
> connections had been disconnected). It uses a RANDOM address, and puts
> a RANDOM number of RANDOM bytes into the RAM. This is just like a
> "Trojan virus" in that the smaller bug creates bigger bugs by
> overwriting the good bits of code.
>
> Fortunately, it is not saved on the hard disk. The copy of the
> operating system on the hard disk only has the original bug.
>
> It is no use trying to download Service Pack 1, which is purported to
> fix the fault. It doesn't work. Obviously, Microsoft have never tested
> it. It reports "already installed" on a NEW machine where it was not
> already installed, and refuses to go further.
>
> The "Updates" are similarly impossible to download.
>
> So if you have this bug, turn off the updates. The operating system
> may take five days before it stops the fake "Updates", but after it
> does the system will be cleaner.
>
> Charles Douglas Wehner
Charles Douglas Wehner
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Re: VITAL - SWITCH OFF the UPDATES
Posted: 01-20-2009, 07:55 PM
"The Internet is fast becoming a cesspool where false information
thrives".

These are the words of Eric Schmidt of Google.

http://www.clickthrough-marketing.co...ing-a-cesspool

One could say also that it is the playground of graffitti "artists".

However, this is a serious matter. I will not repeat the long history
of how I came to discover the bug on countless machines from various
manufacturers. I will not describe my 46 years of experience in the
computer industry.

I stress that you should DO THE TEST.

If your Vista machine is "updating" OFF-LINE, then it CANNOT be
updating.

So ignore the background noises of malicious hecklers, and do the
test.

Charles Douglas Wehner
 
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