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BTTB

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  1. I haven't had the network tray icon in the task bar for many years. My XP installation is coming from 2005, cant remember when it disappeared but its missing, but I doubt it has anything to do with KB4134651-v2, KB4134651-v2 is a recent issue and for me took away the ability to scan from my Canon Printer to my XP PC harddrive, at least it wouldn't write the scanned file to the harddrive. Heinoganda's patched KB4134651-v2 sorted that issue out for me but the network tray icon is due to some other patch or in my case I simply don’t know. Would be great to have my network tray icon back.
  2. All I can say is what a super community of people and a special thanks to heinoganda in sorting out my scanning issue. I ran the small uninstall file provided by heinoganda, PC restarted, installed the patched KB4134651-v2, PC restarted and voilà my Canon printer can scan back to my XP PC again. Thank you so much, glad I joined this forum, will watch closer in future for updates and THANK YOU heinoganda, you are a star. XP all the way.
  3. Hello heinoganda That would be most kind of you....and probably safer than deleting the problem file. In ENU please. Thank you. Kind Regards, Gary. PS. I suppose after uninstall its not necessary to install the patched file?
  4. My XP is a very old installation (4 November 2005) and has been fiddled with a lot. Its nowhere near a clean install any more and has been patched a lot, imaged over a hundred times .... if you get the picture. It might even be some kind of record for XP. Could be that I installed those updates in one go using Ghosts update pack. I have only recently started using IE8 updates. I have no uninstall feature for the bad update file and heinoganda patch did not do the trick, he also said I need to uninstall the 2 KB4134651 updates first, which I cant. I need to uninstall the KB4134651-V2 file first, which I cant. Anyway, not a train smash, I can always restart the PC and scan from Windows 7 until MS comes out with a patch.
  5. I sent him a PM now. Thank you for your help. Will report later if it works and I can scan again from my printer to my XP PC.
  6. Hi Mathwiz, thanks for your reply. I’m in a pickle, says I cannot remove KB4134651 V2 update. Probably a simple newb issue to sort out but please if you could enlighten me. Will send @heinoganda a PM now for the customised patch. Thank you. Gary.
  7. Hello All. New member here. Super thread, thank you. Windows update working flawlessly for me using IE8 by the way. Thanks MS. Question: GHOst from Ryanvm.net said I should pose my question here in regards to his August update patch, so here goes. After installing GHOst's August 2018 patch everything is fine after install except I cannot scan from my canon printer to my PC any more, at least the file will not write to the hard drive and pops up the following error message. "cannot write file. Code 10,242,7" I Googled extensively and the one explanation that made sense came at the end of page 2 of this forum link > https://community.usa.canon.com/t5/Office-Printers/Scanning-problem-Receive-error-message-cannot-write-file-Code-10/td-p/48659/page/2 Now I know from reading GHOst's posts that he has excluded KB4074852 and I don't see it under Add or Remove Programs, so if its not that patch what else could it be? I can scan under Windows 7 but not XP since the August patch. Also reinstalled the whole .Net package to see if that helped, nope. Thank you in advance. Regards, Gary. Cape Town.
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