Microsoft's Largest Ever Update

"Microsoft plan to roll out their largest ever security update tomorrow."

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Microsoft will roll out it's largest ever security update tomorrow in an attempt to fix 34 vulnerabilities which span mutiple operating systems and software packages. The patches, which will be delivered via Microsoft Update, include 13 bulletins - eight of which are rated as critical. Of these 13 bulleting, five apply to Windows 7, the upcoming operating system, scheduled for release on October 22nd.
 
Microsoft states that affected software includes Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Silverlight, Forefront, Developer Tools and SQL Server. Their previous largest security update featured when 10 bulletins, addressed 31 vulnerabilities and took place in June 2009.
 
Further details, including deployment guidance for IT professionals, can be found at Microsoft TechNet.
 
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07-10-2009, 14:44:54

_saiko
Hi,
I'm having issues regarding speed reported when i connect my drive with eSATA.
The driver reports 1.5Gbps mode and NCQ active.
When i directly connect my drive with plain SATA cable with the mobo the speed reads 3.0Gbps.
The drive is 1.5TB seagate with CCH1 fw.
What could be the problem?
Too long cable??
I have a eSATA bracket on the back of my case that's connected to the mobo.
Meaning i have ~1m total of sata cable to the docking station.

Please could somebody say something about this issue.

07-10-2009, 15:06:47

Freak
Hi, it sounds like you have not taken a jumper out of the HDD. That or your motherboard does not support the speed. ie its sata 1
HMMM, strange forum colours.
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