Microsoft Corrects a Problem with Supporting Windows XP Installation PC Becomes Unbootable

ByGuilherme Tavares

On April 9, 2014, Windows XP became out of support and it took off its long history. But one week after XP support ended, Microsoft is fixing the problem that XP-equipped PC was unable to start up.

Antimalware Engine 1.1.10502.0 was released to customers on 17 April 2014 - Antimalware Engine Notifications - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

Microsoft fixes issue that raised some Windows XP PCs not to boot up - Neowin

The problem that the PC with Windows XP installed was not activated was pointed out by many users,Forum on NeowinIt was also posted. According to the user who posted, when updating the virus definition file of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) on the PC with Windows XP, it is said that the PC became inoperable. As a result of this user's own research, I found that many users suffer from the same problem.

The next day when the user pointed out, Microsoft said that the Windows XP-equipped PC that updated MSE's virus definition file will not start up "Antimalware Engine 1.1.10502.0We released and responded. When updating MSE the problem will be resolved automatically.

This problem is not only MSEForefront Client Security·Forefront Endpoint Protection·Windows Intune Endpoint Protection·System Center Endpoint ProtectionIt is clear that it occurred on PCs equipped with Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 installing, but there is a possibility that it may occur also in another version of OS.

Support for MSE for Windows XP has ended on April 9, 2014, but only for virus definition files and enginesIt will be delivered until July 2015is.

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