Exactly a week ago, we told you that Microsoft launched an update to its Patch Tuesday which prevented the start of Windows 7. The update with number KB2823234 some users on their systems using security solutions Kaspersky , gave an Event ID 51 and even other numbering error, restarts and in some cases the dreaded blue screen. Now the giant has officially launched a new patch for those who still have not solved the problem.
Microsoft, launched April Patch Tuesday a series of updates for their products, including one caused errors and prevented some users start their systems running Windows 7. In addition, some users also experienced constant reboots on their computers in a continuous loop, and even fatal and dreaded blue screen or screen of death.
At that time, users used in their systems security solutions Kaspersky Antivirus or even Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Windows Workstation were the worst affected, reporting problems that prevented them from reaching the desktop, although it is true that many users who installed the patch KB2823324 having antivirus Kaspersky, did not suffer any type of event with the update installed on their systems. [click to continue...]