Reminder: Microsoft is re-releasing MS06-015
MS06-015 has been "re-engineered" to address some very specific problems being experienced by some Windows users. The re-engineered patch will be released via Windows/Microsoft/Automatic Updates today (today being 25 April 2006).
- The re-engineered patch is being re-released to address specific problems - that is, problems experienced by users who have HP's "Share to Web" application installed, and users who have NVIDIA drivers installed (version 60.00 to 64.99).
- The only change to the patch is that it adds the above affected software to an exception list.
- If you have already installed MS06-015 and you do not have the targeted software installed you will NOT be offered the re-engineered patch.
- If you have already installed MS06-015, and you are are experiencing the problems described here, and you do NOT have the targeted software installed, then the re-engineered patch will NOT fix things for you. The only change that has been made is that the re-engineered patch automatically creates the registry entries described in this KB article.
If number 4 applies to you, please post about your problems to the Internet Explorer newsgroups. If you using IE6, please post to IE6 Browser group. If you are using IE7, please post to the Internet Explorer General group. The MVPs and other users will do their best to help you work out what software is involved in the problems on your system.