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      07-30-2005
My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security suggested by the
program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32 browser and use
Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was totally blocked and 1 day
later did a total reinstall of the O/s. Voila access to the net granted once
again.

Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is there a work
around other than not updating?

A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT support the
install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My copy is an OEM copy via
the Exchange program, and refers me to the manufactuer of my machine..which
for me is futile since I built the thing myself. I KNOW the manufactuer is
clueless on trouble shooting this matter.
 
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Charlie Russel - MVP
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      07-30-2005
What motherboard and chipset are you using. If it's an nvidia based
motherboard, the chances are that you've been nailed by the built in nvidia
firewall, which just doesn't work right. The solution is, however, fairly
simple -- install the firewall if it isn't already installed, and then
uninstall it. This seems to remove the problem with 32-bit applications
accessing internet resources.

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Poenkitten wrote:
> My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security suggested
> by the program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32
> browser and use Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was
> totally blocked and 1 day later did a total reinstall of the O/s.
> Voila access to the net granted once again.
>
> Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is there a
> work around other than not updating?
>
> A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT
> support the install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My copy
> is an OEM copy via the Exchange program, and refers me to the
> manufactuer of my machine..which for me is futile since I built the
> thing myself. I KNOW the manufactuer is clueless on trouble shooting
> this matter.



 
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      07-30-2005
MoBo is a Giga-byte GA-K8V Ultra-939 and yes has nVidia drivers. I updated
the mobo drivers after this install as well and so far as long as I don't do
the updates from Microsoft, I have full access to everything, including the
Web and IE 32 Bit.

What would the file name for the nVidia firewall be? and How do I uninstall?


"Charlie Russel - MVP" wrote:

> What motherboard and chipset are you using. If it's an nvidia based
> motherboard, the chances are that you've been nailed by the built in nvidia
> firewall, which just doesn't work right. The solution is, however, fairly
> simple -- install the firewall if it isn't already installed, and then
> uninstall it. This seems to remove the problem with 32-bit applications
> accessing internet resources.
>
> --
> Please, all replies to the newsgroup.
> ======================
> Charlie.
> http://www.msmvps.com/xperts64/
>
>
> Poenkitten wrote:
> > My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security suggested
> > by the program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32
> > browser and use Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was
> > totally blocked and 1 day later did a total reinstall of the O/s.
> > Voila access to the net granted once again.
> >
> > Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is there a
> > work around other than not updating?
> >
> > A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT
> > support the install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My copy
> > is an OEM copy via the Exchange program, and refers me to the
> > manufactuer of my machine..which for me is futile since I built the
> > thing myself. I KNOW the manufactuer is clueless on trouble shooting
> > this matter.

>
>
>

 
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      07-30-2005
This was literally just yesterday. Did the original install Thursday night,
fought with it until 2 am, along with my ISP and LinkSys..did the reinstall
yesterday about 12 noon in frustration


"Ted" wrote:

> Microsoft update website was hacked on the day MS forced
> updates for legal operating systems only.
> May be that was your problem.
> I couldn't access the website few days ago, then the next day
> it updated without checking if I had pirated copy or not.
> The website is still hacked, MS finding a work around.
>
>
>
>
> "Poenkitten" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security suggested by
> > the
> > program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32 browser and
> > use
> > Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was totally blocked and 1
> > day
> > later did a total reinstall of the O/s. Voila access to the net granted
> > once
> > again.
> >
> > Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is there a work
> > around other than not updating?
> >
> > A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT support
> > the
> > install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My copy is an OEM copy
> > via
> > the Exchange program, and refers me to the manufactuer of my
> > machine..which
> > for me is futile since I built the thing myself. I KNOW the manufactuer is
> > clueless on trouble shooting this matter.

>
>
>

 
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John Barnes
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      07-30-2005
As Charlie said, you have to install it first from the motherboard support
CD and then uninstall it from Add/Remove programs.


"Poenkitten" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> MoBo is a Giga-byte GA-K8V Ultra-939 and yes has nVidia drivers. I updated
> the mobo drivers after this install as well and so far as long as I don't
> do
> the updates from Microsoft, I have full access to everything, including
> the
> Web and IE 32 Bit.
>
> What would the file name for the nVidia firewall be? and How do I
> uninstall?
>
>
> "Charlie Russel - MVP" wrote:
>
>> What motherboard and chipset are you using. If it's an nvidia based
>> motherboard, the chances are that you've been nailed by the built in
>> nvidia
>> firewall, which just doesn't work right. The solution is, however, fairly
>> simple -- install the firewall if it isn't already installed, and then
>> uninstall it. This seems to remove the problem with 32-bit applications
>> accessing internet resources.
>>
>> --
>> Please, all replies to the newsgroup.
>> ======================
>> Charlie.
>> http://www.msmvps.com/xperts64/
>>
>>
>> Poenkitten wrote:
>> > My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security suggested
>> > by the program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32
>> > browser and use Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was
>> > totally blocked and 1 day later did a total reinstall of the O/s.
>> > Voila access to the net granted once again.
>> >
>> > Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is there a
>> > work around other than not updating?
>> >
>> > A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT
>> > support the install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My copy
>> > is an OEM copy via the Exchange program, and refers me to the
>> > manufactuer of my machine..which for me is futile since I built the
>> > thing myself. I KNOW the manufactuer is clueless on trouble shooting
>> > this matter.

>>
>>
>>



 
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Ted
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      07-30-2005
Microsoft update website was hacked on the day MS forced
updates for legal operating systems only.
May be that was your problem.
I couldn't access the website few days ago, then the next day
it updated without checking if I had pirated copy or not.
The website is still hacked, MS finding a work around.




"Poenkitten" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security suggested by
> the
> program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32 browser and
> use
> Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was totally blocked and 1
> day
> later did a total reinstall of the O/s. Voila access to the net granted
> once
> again.
>
> Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is there a work
> around other than not updating?
>
> A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT support
> the
> install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My copy is an OEM copy
> via
> the Exchange program, and refers me to the manufactuer of my
> machine..which
> for me is futile since I built the thing myself. I KNOW the manufactuer is
> clueless on trouble shooting this matter.



 
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Charlie Russel - MVP
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      07-30-2005
what John said. It's on the support CD that came with your mobo. Install it.
Then un-install it. The problem will go away.

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======================
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http://www.msmvps.com/xperts64/


Poenkitten wrote:
> MoBo is a Giga-byte GA-K8V Ultra-939 and yes has nVidia drivers. I
> updated the mobo drivers after this install as well and so far as
> long as I don't do the updates from Microsoft, I have full access to
> everything, including the Web and IE 32 Bit.
>
> What would the file name for the nVidia firewall be? and How do I
> uninstall?
>
>
> "Charlie Russel - MVP" wrote:
>
>> What motherboard and chipset are you using. If it's an nvidia based
>> motherboard, the chances are that you've been nailed by the built in
>> nvidia firewall, which just doesn't work right. The solution is,
>> however, fairly simple -- install the firewall if it isn't already
>> installed, and then uninstall it. This seems to remove the problem
>> with 32-bit applications accessing internet resources.
>>
>> --
>> Please, all replies to the newsgroup.
>> ======================
>> Charlie.
>> http://www.msmvps.com/xperts64/
>>
>>
>> Poenkitten wrote:
>>> My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security suggested
>>> by the program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32
>>> browser and use Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was
>>> totally blocked and 1 day later did a total reinstall of the O/s.
>>> Voila access to the net granted once again.
>>>
>>> Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is there
>>> a work around other than not updating?
>>>
>>> A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT
>>> support the install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My
>>> copy is an OEM copy via the Exchange program, and refers me to the
>>> manufactuer of my machine..which for me is futile since I built the
>>> thing myself. I KNOW the manufactuer is clueless on trouble shooting
>>> this matter.



 
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Andre Da Costa [Extended64]
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      07-30-2005
Is nVidia every going to provide a fix for this?
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"Poenkitten" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> This was literally just yesterday. Did the original install Thursday
> night,
> fought with it until 2 am, along with my ISP and LinkSys..did the
> reinstall
> yesterday about 12 noon in frustration
>
>
> "Ted" wrote:
>
>> Microsoft update website was hacked on the day MS forced
>> updates for legal operating systems only.
>> May be that was your problem.
>> I couldn't access the website few days ago, then the next day
>> it updated without checking if I had pirated copy or not.
>> The website is still hacked, MS finding a work around.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> "Poenkitten" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>> > My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security suggested by
>> > the
>> > program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32 browser and
>> > use
>> > Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was totally blocked and 1
>> > day
>> > later did a total reinstall of the O/s. Voila access to the net
>> > granted
>> > once
>> > again.
>> >
>> > Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is there a
>> > work
>> > around other than not updating?
>> >
>> > A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT support
>> > the
>> > install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My copy is an OEM
>> > copy
>> > via
>> > the Exchange program, and refers me to the manufactuer of my
>> > machine..which
>> > for me is futile since I built the thing myself. I KNOW the manufactuer
>> > is
>> > clueless on trouble shooting this matter.

>>
>>
>>



 
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Charlie Russel - MVP
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      07-30-2005
about the same time Promise provides a working driver for non-RAID SATA
drives. And about 2 weeks after MS provides a driver for stupidpoint. IOW,
when we have porcine aviators, from what I can tell.

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Andre Da Costa [Extended64] wrote:
> Is nVidia every going to provide a fix for this?
>
> "Poenkitten" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>> This was literally just yesterday. Did the original install Thursday
>> night,
>> fought with it until 2 am, along with my ISP and LinkSys..did the
>> reinstall
>> yesterday about 12 noon in frustration
>>
>>
>> "Ted" wrote:
>>
>>> Microsoft update website was hacked on the day MS forced
>>> updates for legal operating systems only.
>>> May be that was your problem.
>>> I couldn't access the website few days ago, then the next day
>>> it updated without checking if I had pirated copy or not.
>>> The website is still hacked, MS finding a work around.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> "Poenkitten" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>> My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security
>>>> suggested by the
>>>> program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32
>>>> browser and use
>>>> Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was totally blocked
>>>> and 1 day
>>>> later did a total reinstall of the O/s. Voila access to the net
>>>> granted
>>>> once
>>>> again.
>>>>
>>>> Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is
>>>> there a work
>>>> around other than not updating?
>>>>
>>>> A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT
>>>> support the
>>>> install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My copy is an OEM
>>>> copy
>>>> via
>>>> the Exchange program, and refers me to the manufactuer of my
>>>> machine..which
>>>> for me is futile since I built the thing myself. I KNOW the
>>>> manufactuer is
>>>> clueless on trouble shooting this matter.



 
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John Barnes
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      07-30-2005
I hope they fix the problems with SATA II drives first.


"Andre Da Costa [Extended64]" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Is nVidia every going to provide a fix for this?
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>
> "Poenkitten" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>> This was literally just yesterday. Did the original install Thursday
>> night,
>> fought with it until 2 am, along with my ISP and LinkSys..did the
>> reinstall
>> yesterday about 12 noon in frustration
>>
>>
>> "Ted" wrote:
>>
>>> Microsoft update website was hacked on the day MS forced
>>> updates for legal operating systems only.
>>> May be that was your problem.
>>> I couldn't access the website few days ago, then the next day
>>> it updated without checking if I had pirated copy or not.
>>> The website is still hacked, MS finding a work around.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> "Poenkitten" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>>> > My first install of WinXP 64 I did the updates to security suggested
>>> > by
>>> > the
>>> > program. Prior to do that I could access the web via the 32 browser
>>> > and
>>> > use
>>> > Outlook 2003. After installing the updates, I was totally blocked and
>>> > 1
>>> > day
>>> > later did a total reinstall of the O/s. Voila access to the net
>>> > granted
>>> > once
>>> > again.
>>> >
>>> > Does anyone know WHICH of the updates causes this problem? Is there a
>>> > work
>>> > around other than not updating?
>>> >
>>> > A call to Microsoft resulted in my finding out that they do NOT
>>> > support
>>> > the
>>> > install of Win XP 64 except through paid support. My copy is an OEM
>>> > copy
>>> > via
>>> > the Exchange program, and refers me to the manufactuer of my
>>> > machine..which
>>> > for me is futile since I built the thing myself. I KNOW the
>>> > manufactuer is
>>> > clueless on trouble shooting this matter.
>>>
>>>
>>>

>
>



 
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