I have read in more than a few forums that many people, including myself, have had a few problems because of the last updates they sent out. Like with anything to do with Microsoft, you'll just have to wait like the rest of us to see when their fix happens. It will most likely be sent out as another update to correct the last update, so you shouldn't miss it.
Now I wanted to ask you, what exactly are you trying to backup onto DVDs? I don't know about Vista, but with Windows XP it requires only one DVD to backup the whole thing. I know Vista has more stuff in it than XP does, but I can't see it needing a second DVD. My friend and my mom both bought Vista laptops that came with their own upgrade DVD, but there is only one DVD. Is there that much more stuff in Vista Ultimate than in Vista Basic? Maybe because you have 64 bit?
My point is that if only one DVD is needed for backup, then when you insert a second disc, it's only making a second copy. I don't know. Like I said, I don't know much about Vista myself. I'm just throwing ideas out here.
Windows Live One Care Safety Scanner has stopped working on my computer, it seems to be stuck in a loop. I click to install, then click to launch, it then goes back to install and continues in a loop. Looking on various forums it seems to be a widespread problem.
Also, when I attempt to do a complete backup of my computer onto DVDs. It copies onto the first DVD, then when I insert the 2nd DVD, instead of copying fresh data it copies exactly the same as what is on the first DVD. It also seems to be stuck in a loop.
Could both problems be related?
I asked in P.C.World for advice and was told that Microsoft are trying to sort out a serious problem that occurred when they recently sent out some updates.
Please does anyone know when these problems will be sorted out?
My OS is Vista Ultimate 64 bit.
Would welcome any advice