Just dropping a quick line to let you know about one of the updates we're releasing this week to Windows Update (it's a little different than usual). The update, KB935509, is a prerequisite to Windows Vista Service Pack 1, which will be coming later this quarter.
The update is being released this week, for Windows Vista Ultimate and Enterprise editions, so that the required reboot will be bundled with other updates requiring reboots.
Check out the Windows Vista Team blog to learn more.
WSUS customers: you can find more guidance on this update specific to you on the WSUS blog.
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Installing KB905866 failed every time to error 8000405. I tried several times. And I try to find solution for this. I find some other people with same problems, but nobody know what to do. I have Ultimate X64.
KB935509 not KB905866 as I say before. KB935509 is a problem.
KB935509 has something to do with bootloader.
I have two harddisks. Disk A I have Vista, Suse 6.3 Linux and Grub-bootloader. This is my normal boot-disk. I have drive B where is XP and Vista own bootloader for XP-Vista (Vista is still on disk A) selection. Today I boot from drive B and KB935509 installed without problems.
I select drive A again to my boot-disk and Vista started well. Good, but I wonder what happens to SP1-installation when available. Maybe KB935509 makes
something to bootloader and that modification is now on wrong disk.
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