Microsoft patch hampers Windows 2000

Microsoft Corp. said a software patch released April 13 is preventing some users who have installed it on Windows 2000 systems from logging in or is causing the machines to stop responding after they boot up. The patch is designed to fix security holes in Windows, including flaws in its Secure Sockets Layer implementation. Microsoft said it's researching the problem.

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