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What's the problem can't seems to ignore the xp home edition from the secunia insecure group.

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HP Envy Win10 PC and Compaq Presario screwed up by forced upgrade to Win10 from WIn7
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Member 23rd Jul, 2010 08:42

When dealing with updates for Microsoft products, it is important to remember that some of them don't "kick in" until you've rebooted your system. Therefore, when updating windows applications, it is recomended to install all available patches from Windows Update, reboot, check windows updates again (installing everything available and rebooting), and then finally rescan.
You should be shown as secure.

hope this helps.
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