Was running SmartSniff (nirsoft.net) watching packets flow while connected to my ISP in hopes of finding an internet connection problem that I had just done a fresh install of Win7 over. I highlighted all; seeing an option to extract HTML files I did; it was full of cab files; I thought flash is nothing, Centrylink is passing compressed files.
Seems The windows updates had decided to kick in and I grabbed a section of them, problem is it's not as straight forward as it may seem to put it all back into order.
Directories needs to be a 32-35 digit name, nowhere in the manifest was one shorter that 45.
Would it be possible to just delete everything in the bottom software distribution download window — reason I ask is windows tosses stuff all over and I'm not sure if just deleting them would work, I'm sure the registry would be confused.
These are the first updates to a Win7 SP1 so kind of a must.
Shoot I'm not the type to wait a day to fix this — so into the journal.
Just an unreal situation... Picture with text as I just found Irfanview did that.
My Internet problem, I'd turn the computer on then watch TV till sound came from it, meaning I was waiting a long time before I'd get a connection, last night it just quit. Two lan ports on this and different drivers between them. Windows update slipped one past me, and updated the active one taking it down. Forcing me to fix the problem (it's centrylink).
I have to allow driver's be updated as MS is the only way/place I can get drivers for my HP LaserJet 5p, then I block it.