Microsoft introduced a fix to update MS13-036

Posted: April 19, 2013 in Security Notices
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Fix to update MS13-036

Microsoft has released an update for computers affected by the detected error in one of the security bulletins that were released last week. Fix – is ​​a program to recover that can automatically remove the update.

The company introduced the users to boot the image file used to create the backup DVD or USB-disk, which can remove security updates automatically.

The  ISO image, can be used to write data. For Windows 8 developers have native support for ISO-files within Windows Explorer._

True, the patch has a few drawbacks. Thus, according to the Microsoft, it will not work on older models of PCs (pre-2004 production), which do not support “Never eXecute”. Correction only works on 32-bit Windows 7. On such models as Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit Windows 7, the correction can not be carried.

Moreover, the recovery disk will not work on drives that have been encrypted using “BitLocker”, because the technology eliminates the need for a recovery action – download a file from a disk disaster recovery and search for files on the disk.

Recall that the company’s information security experts have noticed the error that occurred on April 12. This happened after several users reported about problems in Windows after installing the update KB 2823324 from security bulletin MS13-036.

An update was to fix vulnerabilities detected in the file system driver for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. However, some users have reported that after rebooting the computer, some applications did not open, or the system is not loaded at all.

Now representatives of the corporation recommend installing hotfix only if it is really necessary.

Fix to update MS13-036 Instructions

The boot image file is available here .

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