Thunderbird not updating vista
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So, I don't have W10 yet and I can't upgrade to it because I just diagnosed the problem.
Unfortunately there is no OFFICIAL compatibility for the AMD Mobility Radeon HD 4200 series (which sucks).
One of the best parts of the program is that not only will it scan your computer free, but it will also remove any malware it finds at no cost to you either.
The real-time protection module will also block access to known malware distribution sites in order to protect you from web sites that may be trying to redirect you to known malware sites.
Last, but not least, the paid version will also allow you to schedule when you want the program to update its definitions.
Where can I get a new driver for this which works in Windows 10. Thanks Hi, actually you may find you need to use an older driver, then protect it from being replaced by 'hiding' Windows update for that driver. First see if you can find a driver that works for you. If so, you should be able to use this to stop it being updated by blocking the driver update: Hide or Show Windows Updates in Windows 10 Windows Update Activation Tutorials You may well find some threads about Outlook and the FCU here- I use Thunderbird; after MS messed about with Outlook Express, then Win Mail, then nothing.. What do people new to Windows- and Win 10- make of it I wonder? ) - was working up until this morning's update (1709), so now I need to follow these steps (sigh).
(I recall one post where the user reverted to the previous build, saved the driver, upgraded again, then installed that driver). Plus it has taken me 3 hours to find out how to roll back my video driver. I had the same issue on a bunch of machines with the latest Windows 10 update not working with the installed video drivers. Go into Device Manager, go to your Display Adapters and right click on your installed adapter.