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What is the KB number & name of the Windows recent 7 update that has been causing blue screens?

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What is the KB number & name (if possible) of the recent  Windows 7 update that has been causing Windows 7 operating systems to blue screen?

Someone told me about this problem and how he had to boot into safe mode to uninstall this Windows 7 update that just got installed on his laptop on Tuesday.

Otherwise, your computer will continue to blue screen every time that it tries to boot up.

However, he wasn’t able to tell me what the KB number or name of this update was.

Several of the customers who I support have reported this issue to me.

I need to know the KB number & hopefully the exact name of this Windows update so that I can uninstall it.
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I think it was  KB2393802, but I need to check.
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Yeap, that should be it.  Doing strange thing to W7 and XP, but only on some machines.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Q_26818843.html
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Thank you much.    : )
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