Thursday, April 22, 2010

IE8 update on Vista; Webroot backup starts to fail

Here we go, Internet Explorer 8 (with the Bing toolbar, etc) suddenly announces itself this morning and invites a download. Webroot and windows Vista ask for the usual permissions, and then there is a restart.


During the restart there is an odd little window with a “singon helper object” that takes almost a minute before Vista itself starts.

There’s another odd thing going on. Webroot backup once again upped its space request. But even though I define a selection set of less than 5 gig and have an allowance of 50 gig purchased, it keeps saying I have selected a backup set too large. And 50 gig is the largest that can be purchased. I can’t tell what gives here.

1 comment:

Ashok Kumar said...

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