Update keeps flagging KB2677070 required but it is incorrect for my system! What can I do to clear i


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Anthony Buckland

Hi,
As the header says. I keep getting this error via the auto updater.
I tried installing but it fails with "error 800B0100"
So I follow all the other advice and it still wont install.
I then try doing an install from the MS website and it says its
incorrect for my system or somesutch and it mentions amd64!
I am running an Intel processor I7
I tried restoring to an earlier date but that wont work either.
This all seemed to occur after a java update but I cant be sure.
Any ideas how I get rid of the updater constantly saying I need it?
I am running Windows 7 ultimate 64bit.
Thanks.
Stuart.
I haven't had to do it with Win7 yet, but in WinXP
you just clicked on the "don't bug me with this update
anymore" option (can't remember the exact wording
now). You would then in XP get told you had ignored
one or more updates this way, but you wouldn't be
pushed into trying to implement then any more.
 
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srt

Easy. Open "Inbox" then right click and select "New Folder". If you do
that in any folder, you can create new folders in it. I've not noticed a
limit as to how deep the nesting can go...

The left hand pane on my Thunderbird desktop has folders and sub-folders
for half a dozen e-mail accounts on various servers, as well as another
set of folders for newsgroups.

If you have Outlook Express, then just "Import settings from OE" as you
install Thunderbird and your folder structure, e-mails, your passwords
and your account settings will import intact. To do the same from
Windows Mail, there's a third party tool.

https://support.mozillamessaging.com/en-US/kb/switching-thunderbird?s=import+from+windows+live+mail&as=s#w_importing-windows-mail-messages
Thank you for that :)
Unfortunately the download wont work with the latest firefox so I will
wait a while but I can select new folders as described :)
Stuart.
 
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Gene E. Bloch

I haven't had to do it with Win7 yet, but in WinXP
you just clicked on the "don't bug me with this update
anymore" option (can't remember the exact wording
now). You would then in XP get told you had ignored
one or more updates this way, but you wouldn't be
pushed into trying to implement then any more.
Good advice.

In W7, go to the list of available updates, right click on the item, and
choose "Hide update".
 

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