June 2 – June 9 Hot-Fix KB articles Weekly Release – Windows Client


Hi Everyone,


 


Last week, 6 Windows Client products related hot-fix KB articles were released, including 1 for Windows XP, 5 for Windows Vista. Below are the details:


 


Windows XP – 1 KB articles:


·         950312 Error message when you try to start a console-based application, such as Cmd.exe, on a Windows XP-based computer: “The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000142)”


 


 


Windows Vista – 5 KB articles:


·         953834 The optical disk drive on a ThinkPad X300 computer that is running Windows Vista is not recognized after you perform a suspend-and-resume cycle or a hibernate-and-wake cycle on the computer


·         950927 The size of the GUID partition table (GPT) disk is not updated on a Windows Server 2008-based or a Windows Vista SP1-based computer after you use a disk management program to expand a logical unit number (LUN)


·         950319 On a multiprocessor computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, a network connectivity failure occurs randomly when you run certain utilities


·         949201 Stop error message when a Windows Vista-based computer that has a USB device attached resumes from standby or from hibernation: “Stop 0x000000FE ( 00000008 , 00000006 , 00000001 , parameter4 )”


·         951685 The video playback application stops responding when you watch video or Live TV on a Windows Vista-based computer


 


Regards,


Content Team


Comments (4)

  1. Anonymous says:

    What about KB950233 for Windows Vista? And I’ve tried to obtain KB953834 several times, they say there’s no hotfix which exists for the KB article.

  2. Content Team says:

    The hotfix is ready for download now.

    From the link:

    http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=6294451

    you can submit a request for the hotfix.

    But please provide me some time to do a test as an end user.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Could download it now. Thank you. 🙂

  4. Kenneth Pensula says:

    Windows 7: cmd.exe gives error  0xc0000142 when run.