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Kb890830 updating over and over

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I would very much appreciate it if anyone would be kind enough to explain to me why the exact same update was offered twice and installed successfully on both occasions. Update history shows two instances of KB890830, so perhaps it is indeed a second version?

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HDW' KB890830' isn't needed for you have 'avast! It doesn't make any difference, if you have it installed or not.Included in the huge (over 350MB) batch of updates was: "Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64 - July 2013 (KB890930)." The whole batch of updates installed successfully, according to Windows Update History. Crysta I also had it show a couple times a couple days apart.Today (about 2 -3 days later), I was just offered the exact same update: "Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool x64 - July 2013 (KB890830)." I accepted the installation, which was also successful, according to Windows Update History. I also suspect there might have been new sigs for a newly discovered nasty that seemed enough of a threat that a special update was in order. If you want to break through that loop, you have to turn AVAST off; then it won't come again and is installed as it should ...' KB890830' isn't needed for you have 'avast! It doesn't make any difference, if you have it installed or not.Instead of updating, you can hide this ' KB890830' update.If you’re looking for a professional tool that can protect your PC from malware, spyware and ransomware, we strongly recommend you try Bitdefender.

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I've been doing some maintenance on a friend's laptop (a Toshiba Satellite L650 with 8GB RAM, running Win7 Ultimate x64). "Captain Jack Sparrow "When you're troubleshooting, start with the simple and proceed to the complex."M. Johns "Experience is what you get when you're looking for something else."Sir Thomas Robert Deware. If you have that update already install, check with them(Community Forums) or here to see if it is recommended to uninstall the update. They are differentiated by the month or by an unique counting system.

A few days ago, I was offered the usual batch of "Patch Tuesday" updates (which usually arrive on Wednesday or Thursday here in Sydney, Australia). They are, to name a few: MRT, MS Defender, MS Security Essentials........

Hello When I clicked on more information, a popup appeared that offered a Fixit that supposedly said it would fix my computers security problems. I'll catch this thread later to see if the world no longer exists ? When the MRT is running (once), and I'm called away, shutting-down my pc. It looks like others are surprised at this out-of-the-ordinary release: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-performance/malware-removal-tool-today/e6848485-81f6-4cbc-b209-dc6935b92999 Ah yes - our old "buddy", KB890830 ... A quick web-search on "KB890830" yields a plethora of bad news revolving around past releases of KB890830...

I didn't click on anything else but closed the page. Does the MRT pick up where it left off, when I fire my pc back up ? For example, using Bing Search, a couple of the potentially more intriguing "first page" search results I found interesting were...

I seem to remember an issue at the time of its original installation that indicated all did not go well, which is why I installed it when it next reappeared.