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There were only very few updates from Microsoft this month.
Sometimes they can't all be installed at once, odd ones may fail if you try.
If you did a System Restore to before all this happening then you are going to have to install the updates sooner or later, but this time try them one by one using the Custom option.
Something else may be wrong so I suggest running s scan using the FREE version of THIS software. Let it remove anything it finds and reboot if asked to.
If this all fails I need to know what operating system and service pack this is.
Thanks for hearing me out and responding, Ex_Brit-
The only other updates I did other than IE9 were
Computer is always up to date except for this particular instance where I was out of town for a week and it was not on to update itself. I show nothing else since the 29th of last month.
I declined to do the restore since it said it might not fix it.
I have not had any issues at all since the post.
Well I have no idea whether or not those updates are the latest as I still don't know what operating system and service pack this is. But if everything is OK then all the best. ;-)