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WinXP Critical Error Fixes

Recommended Hot Fixes by bluescreen77
Posted: 5 May 03

-Q815485: Support for Wireless Protected Access, a new standards-based wireless security solution developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance.
-Q309521: Patch Available for HTTP Request Encoding Vulnerability.Invalid Universal Plug and Play Request can Disrupt System Operation. Windows Protection Error When You Attempt to Install Flash 5.0  
-Q312370: USB2 support
-Q311542: Devices May Not Power Up Properly When Resuming From Standby  
-Q318966: GDI-Plus (Problems Viewing, Editing, or Printing Some Images in Windows XP)
-Q317277: System Recovery Error Appears After Every Reboot
-Q307274: Windows XP Stops Responding (Hangs) During Windows Shutdown
-Q814033: Offered Driver May Not Install Using Windows Update
-Q307869: Files and Settings Are Not Transferred When You Use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard
-Q308210: Remote Assistance May Not Connect to a Multiple-Homed Windows XP Computer with the Personal Firewall Feature Enabled
-Q309376: A Long Time Is Needed to Open a File By Using SMB
-Q309495: Problems with Windows Installer Over Wireless Connection
-Q309691: CD Recording Patch
-Q310437: Cannot Start the UPS Service
-Q310507: Enabling Acoustic Echo Cancellation and DV Camera/TV Tuner Support in Windows Messenger
-Q312369: You May Lose Data or Program Settings After Reinstalling, Repairing, or Upgrading Windows XP
-Q313484: Windows XP Application Compatibility Update
-Q315000: Unchecked Buffer in Universal Plug and Play Can Lead to System Compromise for Windows XP


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