In some cases Windows Vista Search Indexing service may face an issue due to Windows Search Indexes which stops working all of a sudden without apparent reasons. At the same time the operating system could give the following error message: “Windows Search Indexer has stopped working”. Luckily for those users who have got this problem, Microsoft has just released a patch (KB952093) to fix it. If you want to download it here are the direct links (no need to pass through the WGA validation test): 32-bit KB952093 Update Package: Windows6.0-KB952093-x86.msu , 64-bit KB952093 Update Package: Windows6.0-KB952093-x64.msu. If you are looking for something more professional as far as search functionalities are concerned, take into consideration to download the free Microsoft Search.
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