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Windows Vista SP1 Update: Endless Restart Bug Fixed, Automatic Rollout Starts Next Week

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As people who've already made (or attempted) the jump to Vista SP1 know, before you get to the actual service pack, you've gotta clear a gauntlet of pre-install updates, which started rolling out in Feb. One of the updates apparently sent some users into an endless spiral of reboots, so Microsoft hit pause on the auto-rollout. Two months later, it's fixed! Microsoft now returns you to your regularly scheduled SP1 programming, which goes full-throttle automatic update next week. Here's what you're in for. [Windows Vista Blog]

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@DaOtter: I believe that is the SuperFetch feature at work; it's suppose to look like that.