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At this time, it is best for you to ensure that all services are set to the default values before updating your system.Windows Vista Default Service Registry Patches are online.Your typical home or office computer user can lead a long and happy life without ever wading into the Group Policy Editor (nor, under 99.9% of circumstances should they ever need to).Don’t worry though, as foreign as mucking about in the Group Policy Editor is to most folks, we made the trek for you and have outlined everything you need to do in order to fix the update process.To continue my fine tradition of optimizing MS’s latest OS, I have here my findings to date.Before adjusting your service settings, ensure that your system has already installed all updates by “checking now” for any available updates via Windows Update.If information on this page needs a revision or expanded, please Contact BV and I will look into your issue.Hello, i have a laptop Toshiba Satellite A300, that runs a windows vista home premium(32 bits), and i started to get a blue screen error when i turn on my computer and the screen stay there untill i manually shut down the computer, the error technical information is ***stop: 0x00000050 (0x9F59008, 0X00000000, 0X8F9CBB85, 0X00000002), and i cant do nothing, i even tried to install another windows, windows 7, but i cant, because it doesnt pass the screen, cant enter safe mode, absolutely nothing!

The problem for home users and commercial users without a group policy system in place is that this group policy system sometimes hiccups and turns the automatic updating off.

Please read over the rest of this tutorial to get a sense of what exactly you’re editing, but then refer to the Google help file Google Update for Enterprise with a focus on the Registry Settings section (which highlights all the registry keys you’ll need to manually edit to achieve what we’re doing here with the Group Policy Template).

I'm receiving this message when trying to start up my computer "plug and play detected an error most likely caused by a faulty driver" STOP OX000000CA. I… continue reading »

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