Microsoft KB2823324 Patch Fix Released via Windows Update

The company rolls out a new update to address previously reported bugs

By on April 24th, 2013 05:23 GMT

One of the updates released by Microsoft on Patch Tuesday broke down lots of Windows 7 computers and led to Blue Screens of Death due to what seemed to be an incompatibility issue with some third-party security apps.

The tech giant today released a new update labeled KB2840149 that addresses the “Moderate” security issues described in MS13-036, while also trying to repair the bugs experienced by Windows 7 users with the previous bulletin.

The new patch is currently being delivered to Windows 7 workstations via Windows Update, even though some users clearly stated that they’re unable to boot into Windows due to the faulty initial update.

In addition, Microsoft has also released a Windows repair disk that should help affected users uninstall the KB2823324 update and thus get back into the operating system to download the new bulletin.
The new patch is being delivered via Windows Update
   The new patch is being delivered via Windows Update
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