In Pictures: 17 epic Microsoft Windows Auto Update meltdowns

These legendary clunkers made Patch Tuesday a living hell for Windows users the world over

April 2013: More blue screens This time, MS13-036/KB 2823324 -- a Black Tuesday security patch designed to replace a kernel-mode driver -- triggered all sorts of bogus warnings, and frequently froze machines. Primary suspects include a common IE add-in from Brazil, and Kaspersky Antivirus.

Microsoft pulled the patch, then issued a replacement patch: "Microsoft has released security update 2840149. This security update resolves the issue that was introduced by security update 2823324."

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