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BSOD and BSON, so removed 'buggy' Mar 8 05 security update..

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Anonymous
a b 8 Security
March 10, 2005 5:53:20 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsupdate,microsoft.public.windowsme.general (More info?)

On Mar 9 2005, windowsupdate successfully installed:
Security Update for Windows Me (KB888113) Mar 8 2005
Security Update for Windows Me (KB891711) Mar 8 2005

Before fully loaded, IE6 and Moz cause 2 types of BSOD or BSON (Blue Screen Of
Narcolepsy = cycles thru "press any key to continue")
Error: 06: 09CF: 00000776F
Error: 0D: 0967: 000000E24
Error: 0E: 0187: BFF8E648
Error: 0D: 09CF: 00000B995
Error: 0E: 0187: BFF8E64B

To end each of these cycles, I restarted computer.
----
Other net apps? Lucomserver (NAV update) and Xnews load fine, but I didn't try OE.
----

Computer gets to the internet to via LAN router. After disconnecting the Ethernet, all net
apps successfully loaded and "successfully" made attempts to connect to the net
(google/tool/bar clicks worked in IE, Moz)

During all of this, I saw that kb891711 is in the 3-Finger-Salute list. (Ctrl + Alt + Del)
and BSON and Win3 style err screens, gave clues:
msgrvr32
vsmon (vsmon is an exe of ZoneAlarm free)
krnl386

Now reconnected to Ethernet, I restarted computer, and all net apps ran OK, reached
the net. (Why now?) But when I clicked an EXE in a folder on the LAN, BSONs cycled
again. And, the computer wouldn't start without entering BSON cycle.

Eventually I caught the computer during a startup with the 3 finger, and was able to kill
zlclient, nav, sbserv (sbserv shows only during startup), etc from the list. Then I
uninstalled kb891711 (Control Panel, Add/Remove)

Computer ran fine for the rest of the evening.

----- epilogue
I used Qfecheck.exe after uninstall. Shows only 3 dll, zipflfd, dzip32,dunzip32, probably
because I disabled the zip ability of windows find. I think Qfecheck is supposed to verify
registry entries match file versions of updated files.

Googling shows that the equivalent (?) of kb891711 has been updated to w2k and XP for
a couple months. And since win9x is now "unsupported", I predict this fix will never be
fixed.
Anonymous
a b 8 Security
March 15, 2005 1:28:40 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsupdate,microsoft.public.windowsme.general (More info?)

MsOsWin@anon.com,

I am sorry you are hitting this issue. There are many things to test with
any given platform, and it is not clear what issue you are actually running
into, since so many other services, etc. are calling on it. Further, you
are running Windows Millennium, which cannot and does not run every program
in protected memory space. That being said, if we could narrow down the
update to one update, and have you try it, perhaps we could troubleshoot the
problem.

Please try downloading it directly from the download site, and see if after
reboot, Millenium still locks up.

Sincerely,

Pat Walters [MSFT]


<MsOsWin@anon.com> wrote in message
news:Xns96159772BD3FDMsOsWinAnon@207.46.248.16...
> On Mar 9 2005, windowsupdate successfully installed:
> Security Update for Windows Me (KB888113) Mar 8 2005
> Security Update for Windows Me (KB891711) Mar 8 2005
>
> Before fully loaded, IE6 and Moz cause 2 types of BSOD or BSON (Blue
Screen Of
> Narcolepsy = cycles thru "press any key to continue")
> Error: 06: 09CF: 00000776F
> Error: 0D: 0967: 000000E24
> Error: 0E: 0187: BFF8E648
> Error: 0D: 09CF: 00000B995
> Error: 0E: 0187: BFF8E64B
>
> To end each of these cycles, I restarted computer.
> ----
> Other net apps? Lucomserver (NAV update) and Xnews load fine, but I didn't
try OE.
> ----
>
> Computer gets to the internet to via LAN router. After disconnecting the
Ethernet, all net
> apps successfully loaded and "successfully" made attempts to connect to
the net
> (google/tool/bar clicks worked in IE, Moz)
>
> During all of this, I saw that kb891711 is in the 3-Finger-Salute list.
(Ctrl + Alt + Del)
> and BSON and Win3 style err screens, gave clues:
> msgrvr32
> vsmon (vsmon is an exe of ZoneAlarm free)
> krnl386
>
> Now reconnected to Ethernet, I restarted computer, and all net apps ran
OK, reached
> the net. (Why now?) But when I clicked an EXE in a folder on the LAN,
BSONs cycled
> again. And, the computer wouldn't start without entering BSON cycle.
>
> Eventually I caught the computer during a startup with the 3 finger, and
was able to kill
> zlclient, nav, sbserv (sbserv shows only during startup), etc from the
list. Then I
> uninstalled kb891711 (Control Panel, Add/Remove)
>
> Computer ran fine for the rest of the evening.
>
> ----- epilogue
> I used Qfecheck.exe after uninstall. Shows only 3 dll, zipflfd,
dzip32,dunzip32, probably
> because I disabled the zip ability of windows find. I think Qfecheck is
supposed to verify
> registry entries match file versions of updated files.
>
> Googling shows that the equivalent (?) of kb891711 has been updated to w2k
and XP for
> a couple months. And since win9x is now "unsupported", I predict this fix
will never be
> fixed.
Anonymous
a b 8 Security
March 15, 2005 9:55:21 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsupdate,microsoft.public.windowsme.general (More info?)

Pat
There's been a number of issues reported recently with the KB891711 patch -
as you've probably already found out.

I hope to have a copy of a wininit.err file resulting after a failed update
(I've asked the poster to send me it before he clears a %1%2 update error
archive folder with 32K files in it!<g>)
I'll pass it on to you after I've had a look, if you want??

--
Noel Paton (MS-MVP 2002-2005, Windows)

Nil Carborundum Illegitemi
http://www.btinternet.com/~winnoel/millsrpch.htm

In fond memory of one of life's Gentlemen - Alex Nichol
http://www.aumha.org/alex.htm

Please read http://dts-l.org/goodpost.htm on how to post messages to NG's

"Pat Walters [MSFT]" <a-patwal@online.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:4236809b$1@news.microsoft.com...
> MsOsWin@anon.com,
>
> I am sorry you are hitting this issue. There are many things to test with
> any given platform, and it is not clear what issue you are actually
> running
> into, since so many other services, etc. are calling on it. Further, you
> are running Windows Millennium, which cannot and does not run every
> program
> in protected memory space. That being said, if we could narrow down the
> update to one update, and have you try it, perhaps we could troubleshoot
> the
> problem.
>
> Please try downloading it directly from the download site, and see if
> after
> reboot, Millenium still locks up.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Pat Walters [MSFT]
>
>
> <MsOsWin@anon.com> wrote in message
> news:Xns96159772BD3FDMsOsWinAnon@207.46.248.16...
>> On Mar 9 2005, windowsupdate successfully installed:
>> Security Update for Windows Me (KB888113) Mar 8 2005
>> Security Update for Windows Me (KB891711) Mar 8 2005
>>
>> Before fully loaded, IE6 and Moz cause 2 types of BSOD or BSON (Blue
> Screen Of
>> Narcolepsy = cycles thru "press any key to continue")
>> Error: 06: 09CF: 00000776F
>> Error: 0D: 0967: 000000E24
>> Error: 0E: 0187: BFF8E648
>> Error: 0D: 09CF: 00000B995
>> Error: 0E: 0187: BFF8E64B
>>
>> To end each of these cycles, I restarted computer.
>> ----
>> Other net apps? Lucomserver (NAV update) and Xnews load fine, but I
>> didn't
> try OE.
>> ----
>>
>> Computer gets to the internet to via LAN router. After disconnecting the
> Ethernet, all net
>> apps successfully loaded and "successfully" made attempts to connect to
> the net
>> (google/tool/bar clicks worked in IE, Moz)
>>
>> During all of this, I saw that kb891711 is in the 3-Finger-Salute list.
> (Ctrl + Alt + Del)
>> and BSON and Win3 style err screens, gave clues:
>> msgrvr32
>> vsmon (vsmon is an exe of ZoneAlarm free)
>> krnl386
>>
>> Now reconnected to Ethernet, I restarted computer, and all net apps ran
> OK, reached
>> the net. (Why now?) But when I clicked an EXE in a folder on the LAN,
> BSONs cycled
>> again. And, the computer wouldn't start without entering BSON cycle.
>>
>> Eventually I caught the computer during a startup with the 3 finger, and
> was able to kill
>> zlclient, nav, sbserv (sbserv shows only during startup), etc from the
> list. Then I
>> uninstalled kb891711 (Control Panel, Add/Remove)
>>
>> Computer ran fine for the rest of the evening.
>>
>> ----- epilogue
>> I used Qfecheck.exe after uninstall. Shows only 3 dll, zipflfd,
> dzip32,dunzip32, probably
>> because I disabled the zip ability of windows find. I think Qfecheck is
> supposed to verify
>> registry entries match file versions of updated files.
>>
>> Googling shows that the equivalent (?) of kb891711 has been updated to
>> w2k
> and XP for
>> a couple months. And since win9x is now "unsupported", I predict this fix
> will never be
>> fixed.
>
>
!