Script Error in Windows Live Onecare (Safety Center)

I had this problem once on Windows 2003 Server but it was solved by some updates or some tweak Microsoft/Windows live people did on the web site, but tonight I had that again, to solve this issue just refer to this article from Microsoft Support website http://support.microsoft.com/kb/878461 , I know this is about Windows XP SP2, but I have this on Windows 2003 Server Service Pack 2.
 
Oh, I just remembered this could be because of Service Pack 2 of Windows 2003!!!! Cause this was solved way back before, but again it is back.
 
Hope will help,
 
Sadjad Bahmanpour

Windows Live for TV (Orbit) on Windows 2003 Server

Today I wanted to install "Windows Live for TV (Orbit)" http://mtview.live.com/orbit/spaces.xbap on my Windows Server 2003 (you know I love this OS, I have vista ultimate installed, but this is something else, I’m waiting for Longhorn Server), If you try this you will get an untrusted something error, so the only thing is needed is that you iimport "MS Codesign certificate.cer" (with CertMgr.exe, "certmgr.exe -add certificate.cer -c -s -r localMachine TrustedPublisher") you can find the certificate file from installing it into some vista you have or just try to open the Orbit.msi (you can use PowerArchiver with needed add-on). And after that when you go to original XBAP URL, you’ll see the orbit in Windows Server 2003.
 
Remember nothing is impossible,
 
Sadjad Bahmanpour

Marvell Onboard Yukon 88E8056 Driver Problem

I have two Gigabyte "GA-965P-S3" mainboard which has an onboard "Marvell Yukon 88E8056 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet" installed on them. I found these two critical problems on them:
 
1) When you try to install Windows Vista (Every version/ 32bit or 64bit/ X86 X64) the windows setup will hang and if you restart the computer the setup would gives an error and you have to do it agian. Solution: First disable the intergrated LAN from the bios then try to install, after successfull installation then restart the computer, trun the feature on again and let the windows setup the driver for this hardware.
 
2) In Windows Server 2003 (Enterprise Edition 32bit) (I do not know about XP) if you try to disable/enable the network connection from windows the system would start to write (I do not know what!) on the disk and it will damange your data and I think if you do not restart it it will damage the hardware HDD, so do not try it on your own machine. I tried the supplied driver/ new driver from giga-byte.com (by now I have 8.61.3.3 this is the driver version) and newest from marvell.com all of them have the same problem, do not try to disable/enable the connection from windows (so time it is ok, but if you try it more you’ll see what I mean!)
 
Hope this will be solved by those vendors.
 
Sadjad Bahmanpour