a bad one...
I have them all and no problems.
You can always create a fresh Restore point, just BEFORE updating.
Install 2-3 patches at a time, always reboot when asked to.
If everything is OK, create a new Restore point, and install a few more, reboot, test...
IF... but only IF any goes wrong (it shouldn't), you can use the Restore point you created just BEFORE the update.
And, IMHO, you are running great and serious risks WITHOUT the updates.
Computer: HP Pavilion Model XE744
Master Hard Drive: A new Seagate 120 Gig
Slave: Original 20 Gig containing corrupted operating system, backup set of files and data
I purchased the Computer about 4 1/2 years ago. The Me operating system has become corrupted so I did a clean installation of Me, on the new HD, using the HP Pavilion Recovery CD?s provided with the computer.
I recall that some time ago, perhaps a year or two ago, I received a Microsoft update that caused all kinds of problems. After several attempts to fix it, I resolved the issue by doing a ?Restore? and then not installing the update.
My problem is, now I can?t remember which update it is I don?t want. According to Microsoft I have about 65 of them to install.
Does anybody keep better records than I do? Or, how can I pick out the bad one from the list?