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In article, [email protected] wrote: > Installed Office 2004 update 11.3.9 when microsoft auto update pushed > it down this morning. Any idea why it changed the name of my hard > drive to 'v bc'? Any idea what to do about that? > > mac book pro, OSX 10.4.10 The Office update didn't do that. You did it, by accident.

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-- Note: Please send all responses to the relevant news group. If you must contact me through e-mail, let me know when you send email to this address so that your email doesn't get eaten by my SPAM filter. In article, [email protected] wrote: > > The Office update didn't do that. You did it, by accident. > > Thanks, but, no. Didn't click/type a thing before or after my > password for the update, and those characters aren't in it.

I'm sure that's what you *believe*, but the Office 2004 updater did *not* change the name of your hard drive. Limewire music download free. In all probability, you did that yourself by accident. -- Note: Please send all responses to the relevant news group.

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If you must contact me through e-mail, let me know when you send email to this address so that your email doesn't get eaten by my SPAM filter. On 17:27, in article [email protected], 'Jolly Roger' wrote: > In article, > [email protected] wrote: > >>> The Office update didn't do that. You did it, by accident. >> >> Thanks, but, no.

Didn't click/type a thing before or after my >> password for the update, and those characters aren't in it. The Office updater does not do anything like that. But it is indeed not that difficult to change the name of the hard disk if it is on your desktop; while in the Finder, you only need to hit space and then the return key to rename your hard disk. It can happen if the application you're currently using loses focus, so you think you're still typing in your current application when as a matter of fact, you're not. The same thing happened to me only last week! -- Michel Bintener Microsoft MVP Office:Mac (Entourage & Word) *** Please always reply to the newsgroup. In article, [email protected] wrote: > Installed Office 2004 update 11.3.9 when microsoft auto update pushed > it down this morning.

Any idea why it changed the name of my hard > drive to 'v bc'? Any idea what to do about that? Change it back - the updater didn't do it. There is *nothing* in the updater that *could* do that. Given the proximity of the spacebar and the v, b, and c keys, my guess is that you, or another user with admin privileges, inadvertently changed the name at some point, and that you noticed it after the update. In article, JE McGimpsey wrote: > In article, > [email protected] wrote: > > > Installed Office 2004 update 11.3.9 when microsoft auto update pushed > > it down this morning. Any idea why it changed the name of my hard > > drive to 'v bc'?

Any idea what to do about that? > > Change it back - the updater didn't do it.

> > There is *nothing* in the updater that *could* do that. > > Given the proximity of the spacebar and the v, b, and c keys, my guess > is that you, or another user with admin privileges, inadvertently > changed the name at some point, and that you noticed it after the update. I'll third that. Also, as a preventative measure, one might consider hopping into in Finder preferences general to inhibit display of hard disk icons on the desktop. -- To de-mung my e-mail address:- fsnospam$elliott$$ PGP Fingerprint: 1A96 3CF7 637F 896B C810 E199 7E5C A9E4 8E59 E248.

I got AutoUpdate telling me that I should install this update and that 'The Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac 11.3.7 Update contains several improvements to improve security and stability. These include fixes for vulnerabilities that an attacker can use to overwrite the contents of a computer's memory by using malicious code.' This sounded so suspicous that I checked it out before running and found the following page at Microsoft's web site Finding the above, I ran it. It's been going for over an hour so far, consuming 80-90% of my CPU cycles all that time, which has made my concern index go up again. Has anyone else had experience with this? It's 1:40 AM and I'll go to sleep and check on it in the morning, but thought a post was in order now so that others might hold off until we figure out what's going on.

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