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Can I uninstall software updates?


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Is there a way to uninstall a software update? Ever since I downloaded updates for safari and iweb last week, my macbook pro keeps losing its network connection, and it's completely unable to communicate with my Canon printer.
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The only way to uninstall software updates is if you've been using Time Machine to make backups. Just restore the machine back before you downloaded the updates.
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Those two seem completely unrelated to network updates that shouldn't be doing that..however, the security update for Sept did fix some AFP security and that might be potentially doing something?

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