Microsoft NEVER would've patched that venerability
Final Numbers are posted on one of the pictures in the write-up.
Here are my system specs:Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bitAMD Phenom II x4 965 Black (3400 Mhz 4 core)8 GB PNY DDR3Nividia GeForce GTX 550 Ti 2BGAsus M5a97 AMD 970 Socket AM3+ motherboard Hitachi 1TB Serial ATA Hard DriveCorsair Enthusiast Series TX 750 (Power)I have a newer Desktop, only about 3 months old or so. Everything is fine with it until it comes to these automatic updates which shut down the computer. The computer will shutdown, and once i restart it, the computer turns on and runs, but I lose the connection to my monitor, mouse, and keyboard.I have to restart my computer a dozen times and unplug everything to get it back to normal. This has happened twice now, both times when doing the automatic windows updates. The computer shuts down installs the updates, and once it restarts, I lose connection to the keyboard, mouse, and monitor. I've also had this same problem once before when my computer went to sleep and I couldn't wake it back up with mouse, keyboard, ect. I've managed to get it started again each time, but I'm not sure how. (I unplug the keyboard, mouse, monitor, restart the computer from the back, then with the case button itself.) This seems to work, but only after doing it multiple times, and I can't help feeling like it's not good for the computer. One time it took me an hour of doing this to get everything working again, and most recently maybe less than 10 minutes.Anyone got any ideas as to why this is happening?