Article ID: 2686509 - Last Review: May 16, 2012 - Revision: 3.0
Maurice N - MS MVP 2002-2010 - AumHa moderator & VSOP - DTS-L - malwarebytes.org forum moderator
May 9, 2012 - "... Open Internet Explorer (only!) to
- http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737 [ignore any DOES NOT APPLY warnings as well as the APPLIES TO section] & run the Fix It.
Note=> For optimal results, check the Delete personal settings option.
1a. Open Internet Explorer (only!) to
- http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910336 [ignore the title & Symptoms].
1b. Dismiss/close the "automated troubleshooter" pop-up! - then...
1c. Ignoring any "Not recommended" or similar warnings, run Fix It 50202 in DEFAULT mode (if on a later run you still have the same failure, then repeat the above steps & then select the Agressive mode).
2. Reboot & then run a manual check for updates at Windows Update, etc., etc...
When you reach Windows Update, do a Custom scan for updates. Take (accept) the ones marked Critical or Important.
Decline any that are marked as "optional".
Have infinite patience while it scans and does it's work.
When it prompts you to Restart Windows, please do that. Allow it to restart.
Visit Windows Update via Start >> All Programs >> Windows Update
or Internet Explorer >> Tools >> Windows Update "
MS12-034: KB2686509 - Failure - due to remapping of a key
Problem with MS12-034 / KB 2676562 patch
May 9, 2012