On Wed, 26 May 2010 20:35:44 -0700, "Gene E. Bloch"
>>>The wife has her Vista 64bit box which uses dial up set NOT to check
>>>for and automatically DL updates because it is not online always plus
>>>user account controls are turned off. Updates are installed every
>>>couple days when available while she is at work by me.
>>>Because these are disabled pop-ups keep appearing about checking
>>>setting and such when I know what the setting are!! Is there a way to
>>>keep these notification pop-ups from coming up?!?!?
>>>Evertime these things come up the wife gets all paranoid and is
>>>calling me to come check because the thing crashed once and now the
>>>warning pop-ups or whatever are getting her all bent out of shape even
>>>though I tell her to ignore them and they will go away.
>>>We know what the settings are and do not need the stupid pop-ups
>>>telling us that something is not set the way the damn system thinks it
>> Any suggestions at all?!?!?
>1. Teach her not to worry.
>2. You have given us no idea of which programs these are. I recall that
>Windows update has a setting somewhere to not put up the reminders. As for
>any other program, it would depend on the program.
I am sorry but I could have swore that I said what was causing the
pop-ups above that tell to check the computer security whatever and
that the windows update is basicaly set wrong. There is a windows
pop-up that appears down by the clock that gives warning about these
setting not being set to what the computer thinks they should be. The
one for the User Account controls being turned off has it own windows
pop-up and the Windows update setting has it own windows pop-up about
the auto update feature being turned of. If ignored they go away but
they are a pain in the ------------.
I do not know how I can be more specific about what I am asking here
and hopefully someone that really has an answer will be able to reply.