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Onepiece Win2k postSP4 UpdatePack v5.0.3 FINAL
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2007 8:31 am    Post subject: Onepiece Win2k postSP4 UpdatePack v5.0.3 FINAL Reply with quote

Onepiece's Windows 2000 postSP4 Update Pack

OnePiece Windows 2000 Post-SP4 UpdatePack v5.0.3 FINAL ENU
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Hash MD5 5C5A9F6FC2C3AF17DCCDF18CA0A2C962
Filesize: 130 MB (137191904 bytes)

Works with latest build of Nlite (see note 1) and RVM Integrator (see note 2) on a untouched Windows 2000 SP4 source.

Integrated Windows optional components are installable/uninstallable from Windows Components Wizard.

(note 1) Only for Nlite users: 3 files from this addon are oddly recognized from Nlite as older compared to those contained on w2k CD and they are not updated. If you don't want to modify Nlite settings as Xable suggests here below (thanks to him), you must integrate this addon too, otherwise WU asks you for missing hotfix :
OnePiece Repair Win2000 SP4 Update Pack Final ENU
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Hash MD5 615577ADDFD5E728AEDB8C3DF122DFFF
Filesize: 193 KB (198502 bytes)

Also, don't remove in Nlite Remove Components task the components WMP and WMP 6.4 because they're needed and updated by Update Pack during install!

(note 2) Only for RVMi users: due to a RVM Integrator limitation, Win2k UpdatePack must be integrated with nothing else in the same integration session. You can integrate addons and everything else in a second RVMi run.

(note 3) Adobe Flash Player Control panel applet is no more working in win2k starting from v11.1.102.55.
The latest compatible one (dec. 2011) was v.10.3.183.5 that can be added by integrating in your source this small addon:
OnePiece Adobe Flash Player v10.3.183.5 CPL For Win2K Post-SP4 UP Final AddOn
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Hash MD5 B0221626643854C1FC23E0577EE6F849
Filesize: 120 KB (123834 bytes)

(note 4) Silverlight v4 is now included in UpdatePack. Windows 2000 is not listed in availables OSes for Silverlight 5. Anyway seems it works flawlessy. So if you want to give it a try, you can integrate this addon over your win2k source. NB it needs the presence of Onepiece's w2k updatepack, it can't be used alone:
OnePiece Microsoft Silverlight v5.1.10411.0 For Win2K Post-SP4 UP v5.0.3 AddOn ENU
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Update (23 October 2012)
Hash MD5 712C0AA2D4D50A98100AEF0BBB00EAC1
Filesize: 10.6 MB (11178752 bytes)

(note 5) W2k Update Pack is intended for Windows 2000 Professional only (for Windows 2000 Server you could try this small addon EDIT: no more need for Server edition compatibility addon; now UpdatePack can be integrated on every Windows 2000 edition.
Code:
;This section contains version info for nLite & RyanVM Integrator
[general]
builddate=2009/09/12
description=OnePiece's Post-SP4 Update Pack for Windows 2000 Server
language=ALL
ServicePack=SP4
title=OnePiece's Post-SP4 Update Pack for Windows 2000 Server
version=2009
website=http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/current.aspx
Windows=2000 Server

;This section allows you to edit things that normally would not be possible to edit.
[ExtraFileEdits]
OPMW2kUP.inf|cdromsp4.tst,,\i386,1|cdrom_ip.5,,\i3861
wmp.inf|cdromsp4.tst,,\i386,1|cdrom_ip.5,,\i386|1
roxio.inf|cdromsp4.tst,,\i386,1|cdrom_ip.5,,\i386|1
skins.inf|cdromsp4.tst,,\i386,1|cdrom_ip.5,,\i386|1
mymusic.inf|cdromsp4.tst,,\i386,1|cdrom_ip.5,,\i386|1
swflash.inf|cdromsp4.tst,,\i386,1|cdrom_ip.5,,\i386|1
dimaps.inf|cdromsp4.tst,,\i386,1|cdrom_ip.5,,\i386|1


;;;Windows 2000 Advanced Server
;;cdrom_ia.5,,\i386
;;
;;;Windows 2000 Datacenter Server
;;cdrom_id.5,,\i386
;;
;;;Windows 2000 Professional
;;cdrom_ip.5,,\i386
;;
;;;Windows 2000 Server
;;cdrom_is.5,,\i386
;;
;;;Windows Powered
;;cdrom_iw.5,,\i386


What's included
- Windows 2000 hotfixes:
KB180410 - A program may not run when you try to start the program and the path may be truncated when you manually add a new environment variable in Windows 2000 and in Windows NT
KB324446 - Terminal Server and connected Terminal Services clients pause when a Terminal Services client logs on or logs off
KB815316 - Atapi Driver Does Not Recognize the Hard Disk After You Hot-Swap the Disk
KB818383 - The Keyboard and Mouse Do Not Work When You Resume from Standby
KB822831 - BUG: Driver installation program does not install device drivers
KB823442 - "x80041001- Generic Failure" Error Message Is Returned in WMI HiPerf Provider When You Use Windows Server 2003
KB823658 - "The operating system image you selected does not contain the necessary drivers for your network adapter" error message during the text-mode part of Setup when you deploy an operating system image by using RIS
KB824025 - You Receive a "STOP 0x0000000a" Error Message That Is Related to the Wdmaud.sys Driver
KB824995 - Windows starts and ends daylight saving time incorrectly if the time zone is set to (GMT+02:00) Cairo
KB827475 - Hardware compression mode is turned off when you back up data to a tape drive on a Windows 2000-based computer by using NTBackup.exe
KB830460 - Access Violation Occurs When You Run a Multithreaded Program on a Heavily Loaded Computer
KB831375 - The CHKDSK utility incorrectly identifies and deletes in-use security descriptors in Windows 2000
KB831694 - You receive a "STOP 0x000000D1" error message in Windows Server 2003 or in Windows 2000 Server
KB831740 - You cannot add a free media identifier to a backup tape when you use the Removable Storage command-line utility in Windows 2000
KB832004 - Cannot Change Time Zone on the Time & Date Tab
KB832414 - XMLHTTP call fails for URLs with embedded user credentials
KB836726 - Windows component files are not removed in Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
KB837789 - The Ping command-line tool reports round-trip times in 10 millisecond increments in Windows 2000
KB838141 - An application error occurs when you use Route.exe in Windows 2000
KB839228 - Packets are dropped when you use raw sockets and the IPPROTO_ICMP protocol flag in Windows 2000
KB840172 - "Stop error 0xA5"error message when you dock a Windows 2000-based portable computer to a docking station while the computer is running
KB842773 - An update package that includes BITS 2.0 and WinHTTP 5.1 is available for Windows Server 2003, for Windows XP, and for Windows 2000
KB843503 - Computer with an Intel ICH6-based platform may stop responding during DVD playback if a high-speed USB 2.0 storage device is attached and if the computer is running Windows 2000
KB873437 - The CHKDSK command incorrectly identifies certain security descriptors as not valid in Windows 2000
KB883528 - Your USB printer may become unavailable when it is connected to a Windows 2000-based computer
KB887606 - FIX: The Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) uses cached credentials incorrectly
KB888111 - Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) High Definition Audio class driver version 1.0a available for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows 2000
KB890202 - Your USB devices may stop working when you transfer data between a USB 2.0 storage device and your Windows 2000-based computer
KB891122 - An update for Windows Media Digital Rights Management-enabled players is available
KB891861 - Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 SP4 and known issues
KB892211 - Description of the Software Update for Web Folders: January 25, 2005
KB892294 - A WMI event notification query does not detect a user permissions change on Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003
KB893627 - Group policies are not applied to a computer that has Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 installed
KB893756 - MS05-040: Vulnerability in Telephony service could allow remote code execution
KB893803 - Windows Installer 3.1 v2 (3.1.4000.2435) is available
KB894395 - The IME Composition window or the IME Candidate window remains visible even after that window loses focus when you use Japanese IME on a computer that is running Windows XP or Windows 2000
KB895181 - FIX: You may experience a color smearing or bleeding effect when you play MPEG4 videos in Windows Media Player 9 or 10
KB896358 - MS05-026: A vulnerability in HTML Help could allow remote code execution
KB896674 - You receive a "STOP 0x000000C2" error message on a Windows 2000-based computer
KB898465 - The ScsiStatus member of the SCSI_PASS_THROUGH structure does not contain error status information on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000
KB899019 - The Inetinfo.exe process may use 100 percent of the CPU resources on a Windows 2000 Server computer that is running Exchange 2000 Server
KB899587 - MS05-042: Vulnerabilities in Kerberos could allow denial of service, information disclosure, and spoofing
KB899589 - MS05-046: Vulnerability in the Client Service for NetWare could allow remote code execution
KB899591 - MS05-041: Vulnerability in Remote Desktop Protocol could allow denial of service
KB900725 - MS05-049: Vulnerabilities in the Windows shell could allow for remote code execution
KB901017 - Vulnerability in the Microsoft Collaboration Data Objects could allow code execution (Windows)
KB901214 - MS05-036: Vulnerability in Microsoft Color Management Module could allow remote code execution
KB904711 - Citrix MetaFrame XP or Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0 do not work as expected after you install Update Rollup 1 on a Windows 2000 SP4-based server
KB905414 - MS05-045: Vulnerability in Network Connection Manager could allow denial of service
KB905495 - MS05-044: Vulnerability in the Windows FTP client could allow file transfer location tampering
KB905749 - MS05-047: Vulnerability in Plug and Play could allow remote code execution and local elevation of privilege
KB906952 - Event ID 2020 and event ID 1000 are logged and the registry size limit is exceeded on a computer that is running Terminal Services in Application Server mode and Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000
KB907980 - The netstat command can now display process IDs that correspond to active TCP or UDP connections in Windows 2000
KB908531 - MS06-015: Vulnerability in Windows Explorer could lead to remote code execution
KB909520 - Description of the software update for Base Smart Card Cryptographic Service Provider
KB909916 - Error message when you switch FAT file system-based removable media after you install Update Rollup 1 for Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4: "STOP 0x00000050"
KB911564 - MS06-006: Vulnerability in Windows Media Player plug-in with non-Microsoft Internet browsers could allow remote code execution
KB911589 - The Proquota.exe process uses lots of memory when you enable a profile quota on a computer that is running Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Windows 2000
KB914388 - MS06-036: A vulnerability in the DHCP Client Service could allow remote code execution
KB915365 - A distributed application stops responding, or the network connection fails after you install Microsoft Security Update MS04-031
KB915985 - FIX: A file grows significantly when the file is replicated through the File Replication service that has compression enabled in Windows 2000 Server
KB917008 - MS06-044: Vulnerability in Microsoft Management Console could allow remote code execution
KB917275 - How to obtain Windows Rights Management Services with Service Pack 2
KB917422 - MS06-051: Vulnerability in the Windows kernel could result in remote code execution
KB917423 - FIX: Error message when you use a distributed application to marshal user-defined data types that contain a SAFEARRAY data type to a Windows XP Service Pack 2-based server: "0x800706F7"
KB917537 - MS06-034: Vulnerability in Internet Information Services that use Active Server Pages could allow remote code execution
KB918118 - MS07-013: Vulnerability in Microsoft RichEdit could allow remote code execution
KB918439 - MS06-022: Vulnerability in ART image rendering could allow remote code execution
KB919862 - The Windows Management Instrumentation service may not respond in Windows 2000
KB920213 - MS06-068: Vulnerability in Microsoft Agent could allow remote code execution
KB920670 - MS06-050: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Hyperlink Object Library could allow remote code execution
KB920683 - MS06-041: Vulnerability in DNS resolution could allow remote code execution
KB922582 - Error message when you try to update a Microsoft Windows-based computer: "0x80070002"
KB922667 - Availability of Windows 2000 Post-Service Pack 4 COM+ 1.0 Hotfix Rollup Package 37
KB922823 - A Windows 2000-based remote access server cannot perform a successful callback to a remote access client computer when security bulletin MS06-025 is installed on the remote access server
KB923191 - MS06-057: Vulnerability in Windows Explorer could allow remote code execution
KB923723 - MS07-005: Vulnerability in Step-by-Step Interactive Training could allow remote code execution
KB923810 - MS07-055: Vulnerability in Kodak Image Viewer could allow remote code execution
KB923980 - MS06-066: Vulnerability in the Client Service could allow remote code execution
KB924270 - MS06-070: Vulnerability in Workstation Service could allow remote code execution
KB924432 - FIX: The RPC_E_DISCONNECTED error code may be returned intermittently when you call a method for a remote DCOM object or for a COM+ object
KB924667 - MS07-012: Vulnerability in Microsoft Foundation Classes could allow for remote code execution
KB924867 - Programs that limit the application stack size to 2,048 bytes may not run after you install security update 917422
KB925398 - MS06-078: Vulnerability in Windows Media Format could allow remote code execution
KB925783 - Telephony API-based applications stop responding and you cannot disconnect telephone calls on a Windows 2000 Server-based telephony server
KB925902 - MS07-017: Vulnerability in GDI could allow remote code execution
KB926436 - MS07-011: Vulnerability in Microsoft OLE Dialog could allow remote code execution
KB927779 - MS07-009: Vulnerability in Microsoft Data Access Components could allow remote code execution
KB927891 - You receive an access violation error and the system may appear to become unresponsive when you try to install an update from Windows Update or from Microsoft Update
KB928843 - MS07-008: A vulnerability in the HTML Help ActiveX control could allow remote code execution
KB932561 - Appointments that are sent from one Exchange organization to another by using Exchange 2007 may be incorrect by one hour if one organization is in the Western Australia time zone
KB932590 - FIX: Windows-based applications that use the TZ environment variable may not work as expected because of changes to DST
KB935839 - MS07-035: Vulnerability in the Win32 API could allow remote code execution
KB938827 - MS07-051: Vulnerability in Microsoft Agent could allow remote code execution
KB941569 - MS07-068: Vulnerability in Windows Media file format could allow remote code execution
KB942831 - MS08-005: Vulnerability in Internet Information Services could allow elevation of privileges
KB943055 - MS08-008: Description of the security update for Windows 2000, for Windows XP, for Windows Server 2003, and for Windows Vista: February 12, 2008
KB943485 - MS08-002: Vulnerability in LSASS could allow local elevation of privilege
KB950582 - MS08-038: Vulnerability in Windows Explorer could allow remote code execution
KB950749 - MS08-028: Vulnerability in the Microsoft Jet Database Engine could allow remote code execution
KB950760 - MS08-032: Critical security update of ActiveX kill bits
KB950974 - MS08-049: Vulnerability in Event System could allow remote code execution
KB951748 v2 - MS08-037: Description of the security update for DNS in Windows Server 2003, in Windows XP, and in Windows 2000 Server (client side): July 8, 2008
KB952004 - MS09-012: Description of the security update for MSDTC Transaction Facility: April 2009
KB952069 - MS08-076: Description of the security update for Windows Media Format Runtime 7.1, 9.0, 9.5, and 11 and Media Foundation: December 9, 2008
KB952954 - MS08-046: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Image Color Management could allow remote code execution
KB953155 - MS08-062: Vulnerability in Windows Internet Printing service could allow remote code execution
KB953838 - MS08-045: Cumulative security update for Internet Explorer
KB973869 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for the DHTML editing component ActiveX control: August 11, 2009
KB954155 - MS09-051: Description of the security update for Windows Media Audio Voice Decoder: October 13, 2009
KB954459 - MS08-069: Description of the security update for XML Core Services 6.0: November 11, 2008
KB955069 - MS08-069: Description of the security update for XML Core Services 3.0: November 11, 2008
KB955417 - Protected storage (PStore) uses a lower-quality cryptographic function when the system locale is set to French (France) on a Microsoft Windows-based computer
KB955759 - Microsoft Security Advisory: Description of the AppCompat update for Indeo codec: December 08, 2009
KB956802 - MS08-071: Vulnerabilities in GDI could allow remote code execution
KB956844 - MS09-046: Vulnerability in the DHTML Editing Component ActiveX control could allow remote code execution
KB958470 - MS09-044: Description of the security update for Remote Desktop Client Version 5.1: August 11, 2009
KB958644 - MS08-067: Vulnerability in Server service could allow remote code execution
KB958869 - MS09-062: Description of the security update for GDI+ for all editions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2008 and for Windows Server 2000 with Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1: October 13, 2009
KB959426 - MS09-015: Blended threat vulnerability in SearchPath could allow elevation of privilege
KB960715 - Microsoft Security Advisory: Update Rollup for ActiveX Kill Bits
KB960803 - MS09-013: Vulnerabilities in Windows HTTP services could allow remote code execution
KB960859 - MS09-042: Vulnerability in Telnet could allow remote code execution
KB961501 - MS09-022: Vulnerabilities in the Windows Print Spooler could allow remote code execution
KB967715 - How to disable the Autorun functionality in Windows
KB969059 - MS09-057: Vulnerability in Indexing Service could allow remote code execution
KB973869 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for the DHTML editing component ActiveX control: August 11, 2009
KB970238 - MS09-026: Vulnerability in RPC could allow elevation of privilege
KB970483 - MS09-020: Vulnerabilities in Internet Information Services (IIS) could allow elevation of privilege
KB971032 - MS09-040: Vulnerability in Message Queuing could allow elevation of privilege
KB971468 - MS10-012: Vulnerabilities in SMB Server could allow remote code execution
KB971961 - MS09-045: Vulnerability in JScript Scripting Engines could allow remote code execution
KB972270 - MS10-001: Vulnerability in the Embedded OpenType Font Engine could allow remote code execution
KB973037 - MS09-066: Description of the security update for Active Directory: November 2009
KB973507 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for the Active Template Library: August 11, 2009
KB973540 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for Windows Media Player: August 11, 2009
KB973690 - N/A
KB973869 - MS09-037: Description of the security update for the DHTML editing component ActiveX control: August 11, 2009
KB973904 - MS09-073: Description of the security update for Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003: December 8, 2009
KB974112 - MS09-052: Vulnerability in Windows Media Player could allow remote code execution
KB974318 - MS09-071: Vulnerabilities in the Internet Authentication service could allow remote code execution
KB974392 - MS09-069: Vulnerability in the Local Security Authority Subsystem service could allow denial of service
KB974571 - MS09-056: Vulnerabilities in CryptoAPI could allow spoofing
KB974783 - MS09-064: Vulnerability in License Logging Server could allow remote code execution
KB975254 - MS09-053: Vulnerabilities in FTP Service for Internet Information Services could allow remote code execution
KB975560 - MS10-013: Description of the security update for Quartz: February 9, 2010
KB976323 - MS10-024: Description of the security update for Windows SMTP Service: April 13, 2010 and July 13, 2010
KB977290 - MS10-014: Vulnerability in Kerberos could allow denial of service
KB977377 - Microsoft Security Advisory: Vulnerability in TLS/SSL could allow spoofing
KB977816 - MS10-026: Vulnerability in Microsoft MPEG Layer-3 codec could allow remote code execution
KB977914 - MS10-013: Description of the security update for AVI filter: February 09, 2010
KB978037 - MS10-011: Vulnerability in Windows Client/Server Run-time Subsystem could allow elevation of privilege
KB978542 - MS10-030: Vulnerability in Outlook Express and Windows Mail could allow remote code execution
KB978601 - MS10-019: Description of the security update for Windows Authenticode Signature Verification: April 13, 2010
KB978695 - MS10-033: Description of the security update for Media Format Runtime 9, for Media Format Runtime 9.5, and for Media Format Runtime 11: June 8, 2010
KB978706 - MS10-005: Vulnerability in Microsoft Paint could allow remote code execution
KB979309 - MS10-019: Description of the security update for Windows Cabinet File Viewer Shell Extension: April 13, 2010
KB979402 - MS10-027: Vulnerability in Windows Media Player could allow remote code execution
KB979482 - MS10-033: Description of the security update for Asycfilt.dll (COM component): June 8, 2010
KB979559 - MS10-032: Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel-Mode drivers could allow remote code execution
KB979683 - MS10-021: Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel could allow elevation of privilege
KB980195 - MS10-034: Cumulative security update of ActiveX kill bits
KB980218 - MS10-037: Vulnerability in the OpenType Compact Font Format (CFF) driver could allow elevation of privilege
KB980232 - MS10-020: Vulnerabilities in SMB client could allow remote code execution
KB981350 - MS10-022: Description of the security update for Visual Basic Scripting (VBScript) 5.6: April 13, 2010

- other updates:
DirectX 9.0c with updates (includes also KB975562_DX9)
Internet Explorer 6 SP1 (including KB982381)
Windows Media Player 9
Microsoft Data Access 2.8 SP1
Microsoft Update v7.6.7600.257
Windows Update v7.6.7600.256 (including Windows Update Web Control v7.6.7600.257)
(KB254518) AOL Art files support
(KB282784) Qfecheck.exe
(KB890830) Malware Removal Tool v4.13
(KB955305) Microsoft Silverlight v4.0.60831.0
(KB2721691) MSXML 4.0 SP3 v4.30.2114.0
(KB2721693) MSXML 6.0 v6.20.2012.0
Adobe Flash Player ActiveX Control v11.4.402.287
Microsoft.NET Framework v1.1.4322.2497
Microsoft.NET Framework v2.0.50727.3639


What's not included
Enable LBA 48bit fix

changelog:
2.0.4: first ENU version
2.0.5: added hotfixes KB904706 (present but not listed), KB904711 and KB922667; new way to integrate catfiles without need for svcpack insertion
2.0.6: added support for AOL art files
2.1.0: added hotfix 938827 (supersedes 932168)
2.1.1: small bug in entries.ini
2.2.0: added KBs 923810, 933729, 939653, 941202; removed KBs 917736, 937143, 923694
2.2.1: solved WU hotfixes requests
2.2.2: fixed bug when integrating with Integrator
2.3.0: Updated KB890830 to v1.35; fixed syssetup.dll
2.4.0: added KB903932 and KB904712
2.4.1: cosmetic fixes
2.5.0: added KB832004, KB899019, KB937894, KB941568, KB941569, KB942615; removed KB883935, KB892944, KB904706, KB923689, KB939653
2.5.1: added KB831375 and KB883528
2.6.0: added KB941644 and KB943485; removed KB917953; modified Entries.ini (thanks Siginet)
2.6.1: added KB873437; removed Windows Script 5.7 (see separate addon); general cleanup
2.6.2: fixed OE bug reported by noobee
2.7.0: added KB942831, KB943055, KB943484, KB944533, KB180410, KB815316, KB824025, KB831740, KB840172, KB843503, KB909916, Q818383; removed KB827675, KB921503, KB926122, KB942615
2.8.0: added KB827475, KB838141, kb896414, kb906952, kb911589, kb915365, KB918622, kb919862, kb922823, kb925783, KB937450; removed KB914389 and KB903932
2.8.1: updated KB890830 to v1.39
2.8.2: added Q282784 (qfecheck); fixed KB896423 bug
2.8.3: removed request-only hotfix KB896414 causing problems
2.9.0: added KB941693, KB944338, KB945553, KB947864, KB948590 and KB948881; removed KB935843, KB938829 and KB944533
2.9.1: fixed WMP codec bug
3.0.0: added KB823658 and KB950749; removed KB895751; updated Flash Player ActiveX to 9.0.124.0 and Malware Removal Tool to May release
3.1.0: Added KB915985, KB951698, KB896674, KB950760, KB950759 and new MS Update engine; removed KB941568, KB820888, KB948881, KB947864
3.2.0: Added KB951748 and MRT v2; removed KB904712 and KB941644
3.3.0: Added KB938464, KB951066, KB953838, kb950582, kb950974, kb952954, kb953839,KB955417; Updated Microsoft Update v7.2.6001.784;
Removed KB950759, kb938127, KB941202, kb921398
3.4.0: added KB956390-IE6 (supersedes KB953838-IE6), KB957095 (supersedes KB923414), KB951071 (supersedes KB937894), KB953155, KB954211 (supersedes KB941693), KB956391 (supersedes KB953839); updated Malware Removal Tool to v2.3, Microsof Silverlight to v2.0.31005.0, Flash Player to v10.0.12.36
3.5.0: added KB958644, KB954430 (supersedes KB936181), KB954459 (supersedes KB933579), KB955069 (supersedes KB936021), KB957097 (supersedes KB937450), Windows Update v7.2.6001.788; rebuilded Windows Media Player 9 integration from scratch
3.6.0: added KB952069, KB954600, KB958752, KB960714, KB956802 (supersedes KB948590), KB958215 (supersedes KB956390), KB958687 {supersedes KB957095)
3.7.0 - 2009-03-31: added KB824995, KB890202, KB958690 (supersedes KB954211), kb960225 (supersedes kb935840), kb960715 (supersedes KB956391), kb967715 (supersedes KB950582); updated (KB890830) Malware Removal Tool to v2.8, Adobe Flash Player to v10.0.22.87, MSXML 4.0 to SP3 v4.30.2100.0, (KB955305) Microsoft Silverlight to v2.0.40115.0; added Microsoft.NET Framework v1.1.4322.2407
3.8.0 - 2009-06-19: added KB923561, KB952004 (supersedes KB913580), KB957579 (supersedes KB945553 KB958752 KB941644), KB959426, KB960803, KB961373_DX9 (supersedes KB951698_DX9), KB961501 (supersedes KB918622 KB930178), KB968537 (supersedes KB958690), KB969805 (supersedes KB943484), KB969898, KB970238 (supersedes KB933729), KB970483, KB969897 (supersedes KB958215 & KB960714), KB960064 MSXML6 SP2 v6.20.1101.0 (supersedes KB954459); updated MRT to v2.11
3.9.0 - 2009-07-16: added KB961371 (supersedes KB908519), KB971633 (supersedes KB961373), KB973346 (supersedes KB969898); Updated Microsoft Silverlight to v3.0.40624.0, MRT to v2.12; fixed IE icon issue
3.9.1 - 2009-07-31: added KB972260 (supersedes KB969897) KB973690 (supersedes KB967756), KB968967 (supersedes KB954459); updated Adobe Flash Player to v10.0.32.18, Microsoft Silverlight to v3.0.40723.0
4.0.0 - 2009-08-17: added KB958470, KB960859, KB961371-V2 (supersedes KB961371), KB971032 (supersedes KB951071), KB971557, KB973354 (Sostituisce KB951066), KB973507, KB973540 (supersedes KB936782), KB973869, MRT v2.13
4.1.0 - 2009-09-13: added kb837789, kb956844, kb968816, KB969883, kb971961; updated MU & WU to v7.4.7600.226, Microsoft Silverlight to v3.0.40818.0, MRT to v2.14; added compatibility with all Windows 2000 editions.
4.2.0 - 2009-10-17: added KB954155, KB958869 (supersedes KB938464), KB969059 (supersedes KB920685), KB971486 (supersedes KB931784), KB973525 (supersedes KB973346), KB974112 (supersedes KB954600), KB974455 (supersedes KB972260), KB974571, KB975254; updated MRT to v3.0
4.3.0 - 2009-12-14: added KB951748-V2 (supersedes KB951748 & KB957579), KB955759, KB969947 (supersedes KB968537), KB973037 (supersedes KB969805 & KB969883), KB973904, KB974318, KB974392, (supersedes KB911280), KB974783, KB976138 (supersedes KB971633)
KB976325 (supersedes KB974455), KB973685, KB973686 (supersedes KB968967); updated MRT to v3.2, Microsoft Update Catalog Web Control to v7.4.7057.223, Adobe Flash Player to v10.0.42.34
4.4.0 - 100129: added KB978207 (supersedes KB976325), KB972270 (supersedes KB961371 v2); updated Microsoft Silverlight to v3.0.50106.0, MRT to v3.3
4.5.0 - 100227: added KB971468 (supersedes KB958687), KB975560 (supersedes KB976138), KB977165 (supersedes KB971486), KB977290, KB977377 (supersedes KB960225), KB977914 (supersedes KB971557), KB978037, KB978251 (supersedes KB957097), KB978262 (supersedes KB973525), KB978706; updated MRT to v3.4, Adobe Flash Player to 10.0.45.2
4.6.0 - 100419: added KB976323, KB977816, KB978601, KB979309, KB979402, KB979683 (Sostituisce KB977165), KB980182 (Sostituisce KB978207), KB980232 (Sostituisce KB978251), KB981350 (Sostituisce KB944338), Microsoft.NET Framework 2; updated MRT to v3.6, Silverlight to 4.0.50401.0
4.7.0 - 100513: added KB978542 (supersedes KB973354)
4.8.0 - 100611: added KB982381 (supersedes KB980182)
KB978695 (supersedes KB968816), KB979906, KB979909, KB976765, KB980773, KB979482, KB979559 (supersedes KB969947), KB980195 (supersedes KB978262, KB980218, DirectX 9.0c with updates; updated MRT to v3.8, Silverlight to v4.0.50524.0, Adobe Flash Player to v10.1.53.64
5.0.0 final - 100714: updated Windows Update to v7.4.7600.229, MSXML6 to v6.20.2005.0, MRT to v3.9; fixed optional components uninstall
5.0.1 final - 100815: updated Adobe Flash Player 10 ActiveX to v10.1.82.76, MRT to v3.10; updated .net 2.0.
5.0.2 final - 111212: updated Microsoft.NET Framework 1.1 to v1.1.4322.2490, Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 to v2.0.50727.3625, Microsoft Silverlight to v4.0.60831.0, Windows Update to v7.6.7600.243, Adobe Flash Player to v11.1.102.55, MRT to v4.3
5.0.3 final - 20121023: added KB907980; updated MSXML 4.0 SP3 to v4.30.2114.0 (KB2721691), MSXML6 to v6.20.2012.0 (KB2721693), Adobe Flash Player to v11.4.402.287, Microsoft.NET Framework 1.1 to v1.1.4322.2497, Microsoft.NET Framework 2 to v2.0.50727.3639, Microsoft Update to v7.6.7600.257, MRT to v4.13


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2007 11:14 am    Post subject: Re: [RELEASE] Onepiece Windows 2000 post SP4 Update Pack Reply with quote

nonno fabio wrote:
3 files from this addon are oddly recognized from Nlite as older compared to those contained on w2k CD and they are not updated.

I faced that with my calc plus addon. It happens because the newer files have a lower version number than the old one (crazy), so nLite is right to not overwrite them as they appear to be older files.

There`s two ways around it (well three if you count manually overwriting the files)

You could either enable advanced reports and choose to overwrite the files when the warning comes up during integration, or, pop this into the general section of the ini to force nLite to overwrite those files.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 09, 2007 6:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Using your addon above and manually copying over the three files after nLite has done its thing, I am having issues:

1) During the install, two popup messages about java files:

Code:

Java Package Manager

Unable to install Java packages from
c:\winnt\java\classes\xmldso.cab

Class not registered


and same message again for file: dajava.cab

I am using nLite, and selecting some drivers, and removing files and customizing, but nothing should affect java stuff.


The second MAJOR problem, is that tcp/ip is not installed, or seriously corrupted. I've tried lots of ways of trying to rebuild tcp/ip, reinstall, and reinstall winsock, etc. If I install netbeui, I can see receive packets increment. When I remove it and only have tcp/ip, no packets are sent/received.

I'm attempting a clean install from win2k no sp's, and I'll report back.

Let me know if you figure out if these problems are created by the update pack you made.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 09, 2007 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have confirmed my original w2k disk with the nLite mods and removals are fine, and that the update pack causes the java and tcp/ip issues.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2007 1:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

@Xable: tnx for suggestions

@Timbo: Onepiece says that in many installations of Update pack he didn't noticed such problems: he will investigate. How do you notice the tcp/ip bug?
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2007 11:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Unfortunately Onepiece can't reproduce any TCP/IP error: no problem during setup and network works without any problem.
The pack contains hotfix KB917953 who updates tcpip.sys at version 5.0.2195.7087: do you use Nlite tcp/ip patching? If so, try without patching tcpip.sys: maybe Nlite doesn't support KB917953.
Anyway, waiting if anyone else reports this error
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2007 1:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Since this update pack included KB918439, it also needs the AOL Art support to be included. I think it's just 5 additional files.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2007 9:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

nonno fabio wrote:
Unfortunately Onepiece can't reproduce any TCP/IP error: no problem during setup and network works without any problem.
The pack contains hotfix KB917953 who updates tcpip.sys at version 5.0.2195.7087: do you use Nlite tcp/ip patching? If so, try without patching tcpip.sys: maybe Nlite doesn't support KB917953.
Anyway, waiting if anyone else reports this error


I did use nLite. I don't see anything relevent to tcp/ip, other than the settings below:
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;# Network #
Client for Netware Networks
Comtrol Test Terminal Program
Internet Information Services (IIS)
IP Conferencing
Netmeeting
Network Monitor Driver and Tools
NWLink IPX/SPX/NetBIOS Protocol
Outlook Express
Share Creation Wizard
Synchronization Manager
Web Folders


Symptoms are:

- doesn't get dhcp address
- 0 packets sent/received
- when trying to ping anything, get "Unable to contact IP driver, error code 2"

when doing an ipconfig, instead of it returning the ip and stuff, it just prints windows 2000 blah blah, but no IP stuff, even to say 0.0.0.0, or 169...



If I get a chance, I'll try again without removing the other netbios stuff.

Also, I don't think nLite has the option to patch tcp/ip file, but I might have seen settings for increasing simultaneous connections...
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

@the_guy: done. Thanks
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2007 2:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Timbo wrote:
Also, I don't think nLite has the option to patch tcp/ip file, but I might have seen settings for increasing simultaneous connections...

I thing enabling this option nLite patches tcpip.sys.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2007 9:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

updated.

@Timbo: unfortunately Onepiece can't reproduce the errors you encounter.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 1:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You have your repair file listed above, and the actual update in the repair comment.

Thats actually better, coincidently, so you can download the small rapidshare file, before getting blocked for 45 minutes from downloading the big file Smile
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 12:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Embarassed
Fixed, sorry. Thanks.

if someone with slow connection wishes the Update Pack splitted in 10 parts,
please PM me for links.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2007 12:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, thanks for this excellent job, my niece will get a fully updated W2k on her old box. Wink
However, while testing on a Virtual Machine WU gave me some updates... .Net, Root Certificate is clear... But also KB923191 and KB891861.
I tried to integrate them along with the Updatepack, KB923191 did just fine, KB891861, being a roll-up or something, seems to be partially included in the Pack, as a bunch of files where newer, but not all of them. And if i keep the newer files from the UpdatePack, WU still gives me the KB891861. Any Ideas on this? Your Updatepack seems to miss some hotfixes from this roll-up... or just newer/unofficial versions, that Windows doesn't recognize. Here's a list of the fixes included:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/900345/en-us
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 1:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What are you guys using to integrate this?

I tried nlite and RVM Integrator, both gave me problems.

I get an error on kb932168.cat, which isn't included. I removed it from entries.ini, but I'm still running into trouble. I'm still working on it, so hopefully I can figure out the problem.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 7:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

@sleepnmojo: thanks for info: fixed. But it was only a dead line: it shouldn't cause problems
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 1:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm getting a fatal error after removing the lines with the bad catalog.

It says, failed to install the product catalogs. This is a fatal error, yada yada.

I figured it might be my source, but that installed fine on its own. After I tried adding the pack I get the error in the beginning of the GUI portion. Last I tried was RVM Integrator.

Anyone else try this thing?
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello to all.

I have just tested these two packs with nLite 1.4b, w2ksp4 source, only "hotfix integration and make iso" enabled and no errors. Installed in vmwareplayer and all is well.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 3:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm having the same issue as MASK... KB891861 and KB923191 is showing up as still required ! I'm using nLite !

Hmmm... Shocked
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2007 5:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

new release.

Changelog: added
kb923810
kb933729 (supersedes KB917736)
KB939653 (supersedes KB937143)
KB941202 (supersedes KB923694)
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2007 11:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

new release:

no more Windows Update requests
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2007 8:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for this, nonno fabio. I look forward to trying this out versus the old Unofficial Service Pack 5. I'm working on a fairly old computer that I'm planning on installing Windows 2000 on this week.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2007 3:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well done. This UpdatePack looks very promising. Very Happy

Might I make a suggestion:

In the entries file where you use ExtraFileedits to search for SP4.CAT you are placing many other cats under sp4.cat. But... if someone was to integrate this updatepack twice (Not that they should) it would actually place all of the .cat files in there twice. One way you can get around this issue is to make a line in extrafile edits that searches for the sp4.cat and the extra cats (just in case it allready exists) and deletes it back to only sp4.cat. Then the next extrafileedits line can be the one to search for sp4.cat and place the cats back in. Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2007 9:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

is there any other way to download it other than rapidshare?
is there no torrent?
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can host it. Look back here later for a link. Wink

It's still uploading but it will be available here:
http://siginetsoftware.com/UpdatePacks/index.php
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2007 8:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hi nonno fabio. your update pack looks good.
i really want to try it. but unable to download.


1 question:

If i use RVM integrator, do i still need the

OnePiece_Repair_Win2000_SP4_Update_Pack_2.2.1_ENU.7z


to siginet
i thank you for hosting it. i will be able to try it now.
i hope i'm not asking for too much but could you also host

1) OnePiece_Repair_Win2000_SP4_Update_Pack_2.2.1_ENU.7z
2) DirectX 9.c for windows2000 addon

he. he. he.

thanks again guys.
this site rocks
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2007 8:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bobotlito wrote:
hi nonno fabio. your update pack looks good.
i really want to try it. but unable to download.


1 question:

If i use RVM integrator, do i still need the

OnePiece_Repair_Win2000_SP4_Update_Pack_2.2.1_ENU.7z


to siginet
i thank you for hosting it. i will be able to try it now.
i hope i'm not asking for too much but could you also host

1) OnePiece_Repair_Win2000_SP4_Update_Pack_2.2.1_ENU.7z
2) DirectX 9.c for windows2000 addon

he. he. he.

thanks again guys.
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You do not need OnePiece_Repair_Win2000_SP4_Update_Pack_2.2.1_ENU.7z if you use the integrator. I can probably host the other addons as well when I get time. Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2007 8:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the reply siginet. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2007 9:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Siginet wrote:
Well done. This UpdatePack looks very promising. Very Happy

Might I make a suggestion:

In the entries file where you use ExtraFileedits to search for SP4.CAT you are placing many other cats under sp4.cat. But... if someone was to integrate this updatepack twice (Not that they should) it would actually place all of the .cat files in there twice. One way you can get around this issue is to make a line in extrafile edits that searches for the sp4.cat and the extra cats (just in case it allready exists) and deletes it back to only sp4.cat. Then the next extrafileedits line can be the one to search for sp4.cat and place the cats back in. Wink


Onepiece asks me to thank you a lot.

He followed your tutorials in order to create this pack: he would be glad if you would like to improve it.

Again, could you post those entries.ini lines? He will add them as you suggest above.

thanks
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nonno fabio wrote:
Siginet wrote:
Well done. This UpdatePack looks very promising. Very Happy

Might I make a suggestion:

In the entries file where you use ExtraFileedits to search for SP4.CAT you are placing many other cats under sp4.cat. But... if someone was to integrate this updatepack twice (Not that they should) it would actually place all of the .cat files in there twice. One way you can get around this issue is to make a line in extrafile edits that searches for the sp4.cat and the extra cats (just in case it allready exists) and deletes it back to only sp4.cat. Then the next extrafileedits line can be the one to search for sp4.cat and place the cats back in. Wink


Onepiece asks me to thank you a lot.

He followed your tutorials in order to create this pack: he would be glad if you would like to improve it.

Again, could you post those entries.ini lines? He will add them as you suggest above.

thanks


Yeah give me a few mins and I'll post the entries for you. Wink

Let onepeice know that I can make him some space on my hosting so that he can easily upload files to share.

I know how much work he has put into this UpdatePack. This is not a very easy updatepack to make. XP's updatepack is a lot of work... but Windows 2000 hasn't had a servicepack for even longer. So I am sure many people will appreciate his work. Very Happy

I also think you should contact RyanVM and see if he can make a subforum for the UpdatePack so that you guys can easily share/support it. Wink

I know I am interested in trying this updatepack. I haven't used win2k in a long time because of how outdated it is. So this will be nice to check out. I hope OnePeice will keep updating it. He may even be able to help take the load off for ryan with the XP UpdatePack.
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OK... I don't have a Windows 2000 disk available right now to test this but I think there are actually 2 methods you can use to accomplish this. The first is using [ExtraFileedits] which is probably faster but not 100% effective. The reason it isn't 100% effective is because you never know if someone might manually edit their file and then your edit would not work correctly. But 99.9% of the time you won't have a problem. Here is how I would list the ExtraFileedits method:

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[ExtraFileEdits]
SYSSETUP.inf|SP4.CAT<NEXT>basecsp.cat<NEXT>drm.cat<NEXT>ieexcep.cat<NEXT>kb324446.cat<NEXT>kb820888.cat<NEXT>kb822831.cat<NEXT>kb823442.cat<NEXT>kb827675.cat<NEXT>KB830460.cat<NEXT>kb831694.cat<NEXT>KB832414.cat<NEXT>kb836726.cat<NEXT>kb839228.cat<NEXT>KB842773.cat<NEXT>KB883935.cat<NEXT>kb887606.cat<NEXT>kb888111.cat<NEXT>kb891122.cat<NEXT>kb892294.cat<NEXT>kb893627.cat<NEXT>kb893756.cat<NEXT>kb893803.cat<NEXT>kb894395.cat<NEXT>kb895181.cat<NEXT>kb895751.cat<NEXT>kb896358.cat<NEXT>kb896423.cat<NEXT>kb898465.cat<NEXT>kb899587.cat<NEXT>kb899589.cat<NEXT>kb899591.cat<NEXT>KB900725.cat<NEXT>KB901017.cat<NEXT>kb901214.cat<NEXT>kb904706.cat<NEXT>kb904711.cat<NEXT>kb905414.cat<NEXT>kb905495.cat<NEXT>kb905749.cat<NEXT>kb908519.cat<NEXT>kb908531.cat<NEXT>kb911280.cat<NEXT>kb911564.cat<NEXT>KB913580.cat<NEXT>kb914388.cat<NEXT>kb914389.cat<NEXT>kb917008.cat<NEXT>kb917422.cat<NEXT>kb917423.cat<NEXT>kb917537.cat<NEXT>kb917953.cat<NEXT>kb918118.cat<NEXT>kb918439.cat<NEXT>kb920213.cat<NEXT>kb920670.cat<NEXT>kb920683.cat<NEXT>kb920685.cat<NEXT>kb921398.cat<NEXT>kb921503.cat<NEXT>kb922582.cat<NEXT>KB922667.cat<NEXT>kb923191.cat<NEXT>kb923414.cat<NEXT>KB923689.cat<NEXT>kb923810.cat<NEXT>kb923980.cat<NEXT>kb924270.cat<NEXT>kb924432.cat<NEXT>kb924667.cat<NEXT>KB924867.cat<NEXT>kb925398.cat<NEXT>KB925902.cat<NEXT>kb926122.cat<NEXT>kb926247.cat<NEXT>kb926436.cat<NEXT>kb927779.cat<NEXT>kb927891.cat<NEXT>kb928843.cat<NEXT>KB930178.cat<NEXT>KB931784.cat<NEXT>kb932590.cat<NEXT>kb933729.cat<NEXT>KB935839.cat<NEXT>kb935840.cat<NEXT>KB935843.cat<NEXT>kb936021.cat<NEXT>kb936782.cat<NEXT>kb938127.cat<NEXT>KB938827.cat<NEXT>kb938829.cat<NEXT>KB939653.cat<NEXT>kb941202.cat<NEXT>mdac.cat<NEXT>mdacxpak.cat<NEXT>MsDrmV1.cat<NEXT>oeexcep.cat<NEXT>scripten.cat<NEXT>setup_wm.cat<NEXT>sp5.cat<NEXT>sqlnet.cat<NEXT>sqlodbc.cat<NEXT>sqloldb.cat<NEXT>sqlxmlxp.cat<NEXT>wmdm.cat<NEXT>wmexpack.cat<NEXT>WMFSDK.cat<NEXT>wmp.cat<NEXT>wsus3setup.cat|SP4.CAT|1
SYSSETUP.inf|SP4.CAT|SP4.CAT<NEXT>basecsp.cat<NEXT>drm.cat<NEXT>ieexcep.cat<NEXT>kb324446.cat<NEXT>kb820888.cat<NEXT>kb822831.cat<NEXT>kb823442.cat<NEXT>kb827675.cat<NEXT>KB830460.cat<NEXT>kb831694.cat<NEXT>KB832414.cat<NEXT>kb836726.cat<NEXT>kb839228.cat<NEXT>KB842773.cat<NEXT>KB883935.cat<NEXT>kb887606.cat<NEXT>kb888111.cat<NEXT>kb891122.cat<NEXT>kb892294.cat<NEXT>kb893627.cat<NEXT>kb893756.cat<NEXT>kb893803.cat<NEXT>kb894395.cat<NEXT>kb895181.cat<NEXT>kb895751.cat<NEXT>kb896358.cat<NEXT>kb896423.cat<NEXT>kb898465.cat<NEXT>kb899587.cat<NEXT>kb899589.cat<NEXT>kb899591.cat<NEXT>KB900725.cat<NEXT>KB901017.cat<NEXT>kb901214.cat<NEXT>kb904706.cat<NEXT>kb904711.cat<NEXT>kb905414.cat<NEXT>kb905495.cat<NEXT>kb905749.cat<NEXT>kb908519.cat<NEXT>kb908531.cat<NEXT>kb911280.cat<NEXT>kb911564.cat<NEXT>KB913580.cat<NEXT>kb914388.cat<NEXT>kb914389.cat<NEXT>kb917008.cat<NEXT>kb917422.cat<NEXT>kb917423.cat<NEXT>kb917537.cat<NEXT>kb917953.cat<NEXT>kb918118.cat<NEXT>kb918439.cat<NEXT>kb920213.cat<NEXT>kb920670.cat<NEXT>kb920683.cat<NEXT>kb920685.cat<NEXT>kb921398.cat<NEXT>kb921503.cat<NEXT>kb922582.cat<NEXT>KB922667.cat<NEXT>kb923191.cat<NEXT>kb923414.cat<NEXT>KB923689.cat<NEXT>kb923810.cat<NEXT>kb923980.cat<NEXT>kb924270.cat<NEXT>kb924432.cat<NEXT>kb924667.cat<NEXT>KB924867.cat<NEXT>kb925398.cat<NEXT>KB925902.cat<NEXT>kb926122.cat<NEXT>kb926247.cat<NEXT>kb926436.cat<NEXT>kb927779.cat<NEXT>kb927891.cat<NEXT>kb928843.cat<NEXT>KB930178.cat<NEXT>KB931784.cat<NEXT>kb932590.cat<NEXT>kb933729.cat<NEXT>KB935839.cat<NEXT>kb935840.cat<NEXT>KB935843.cat<NEXT>kb936021.cat<NEXT>kb936782.cat<NEXT>kb938127.cat<NEXT>KB938827.cat<NEXT>kb938829.cat<NEXT>KB939653.cat<NEXT>kb941202.cat<NEXT>mdac.cat<NEXT>mdacxpak.cat<NEXT>MsDrmV1.cat<NEXT>oeexcep.cat<NEXT>scripten.cat<NEXT>setup_wm.cat<NEXT>sp5.cat<NEXT>sqlnet.cat<NEXT>sqlodbc.cat<NEXT>sqloldb.cat<NEXT>sqlxmlxp.cat<NEXT>wmdm.cat<NEXT>wmexpack.cat<NEXT>WMFSDK.cat<NEXT>wmp.cat<NEXT>wsus3setup.cat|1
SYSSETUP.inf|wmpocm.inf,DefaultInstall.NT<NEXT>OPMW2kUP.inf,OPMW2kUP|wmpocm.inf,DefaultInstall.NT|1
SYSSETUP.inf|wmpocm.inf,DefaultInstall.NT|wmpocm.inf,DefaultInstall.NT<NEXT>OPMW2kUP.inf,OPMW2kUP|1


The other method would be using [EditFile] this method would have a 100% chance of working. Looks cleaner. But will be a little slower because it will process each line seperately instead of all at once. But I would probably reccommend this method if it works. Like I said I don't have a 2k disk right now so I can't test this theory. But here is what you need to put for the sp4.cat line. As for the wmpocm.inf,DefaultInstall.NT line I would leave it as ExtraFileEdits. Wink

Code:

[ExtraFileEdits]
SYSSETUP.inf|wmpocm.inf,DefaultInstall.NT<NEXT>OPMW2kUP.inf,OPMW2kUP|wmpocm.inf,DefaultInstall.NT|1
SYSSETUP.inf|wmpocm.inf,DefaultInstall.NT|wmpocm.inf,DefaultInstall.NT<NEXT>OPMW2kUP.inf,OPMW2kUP|1

[EditFile]
I386\SYSSETUP.INF,ProductCatalogsToInstall,SYSSETUP_PCTI

[SYSSETUP_PCTI]
basecsp.cat
drm.cat
ieexcep.cat
kb324446.cat
kb820888.cat
kb822831.cat
kb823442.cat
kb827675.cat
KB830460.cat
kb831694.cat
KB832414.cat
kb836726.cat
kb839228.cat
KB842773.cat
KB883935.cat
kb887606.cat
kb888111.cat
kb891122.cat
kb892294.cat
kb893627.cat
kb893756.cat
kb893803.cat
kb894395.cat
kb895181.cat
kb895751.cat
kb896358.cat
kb896423.cat
kb898465.cat
kb899587.cat
kb899589.cat
kb899591.cat
KB900725.cat
KB901017.cat
kb901214.cat
kb904706.cat
kb904711.cat
kb905414.cat
kb905495.cat
kb905749.cat
kb908519.cat
kb908531.cat
kb911280.cat
kb911564.cat
KB913580.cat
kb914388.cat
kb914389.cat
kb917008.cat
kb917422.cat
kb917423.cat
kb917537.cat
kb917953.cat
kb918118.cat
kb918439.cat
kb920213.cat
kb920670.cat
kb920683.cat
kb920685.cat
kb921398.cat
kb921503.cat
kb922582.cat
KB922667.cat
kb923191.cat
kb923414.cat
KB923689.cat
kb923810.cat
kb923980.cat
kb924270.cat
kb924432.cat
kb924667.cat
KB924867.cat
kb925398.cat
KB925902.cat
kb926122.cat
kb926247.cat
kb926436.cat
kb927779.cat
kb927891.cat
kb928843.cat
KB930178.cat
KB931784.cat
kb932590.cat
kb933729.cat
KB935839.cat
kb935840.cat
KB935843.cat
kb936021.cat
kb936782.cat
kb938127.cat
KB938827.cat
kb938829.cat
KB939653.cat
kb941202.cat
mdac.cat
mdacxpak.cat
MsDrmV1.cat
oeexcep.cat
scripten.cat
setup_wm.cat
sp5.cat
sqlnet.cat
sqlodbc.cat
sqloldb.cat
sqlxmlxp.cat
wmdm.cat
wmexpack.cat
WMFSDK.cat
wmp.cat
wsus3setup.cat

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2007 10:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

@siginet, Onepiece thanks you again. He says you can also give your name to his pack and modify it as you want.
He tested your two methods with Integrator 1.5b24 (because he thinks it's really better and more stable than 1.4.3) and Nlite.
Second method is better but Integrator breaks.
With first method Integrator works fine but when you install w2k you get the attached BSOD.
Again, first method works also with Nlite but it has the side effect of asking for 120 times when integrating "file not found" and you must press skip for every single file.

Here are images and ini files: http://www.mediafire.com/?4gy521n6tom

The problem with Integrator could be the driver.cab repacking: is it possible to disable that option?
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2007 12:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK, there wasn't no problem with Integrator: the bug was on the Update Pack side and now is fixed.

Only a small annoyance remains if you have used Integrator 1.5 for update pack integration: during file copy a "sp4.cab file not found" message appears, because Integrator removes it and the line from dosnet.inf but not from txtsetup.sif
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2007 8:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Are you using the latest Beta? I think I fixed that issue in Beta 27. Wink
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2007 2:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, it's true! with beta 27 works fine.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2007 2:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I was wondering if you have any issues with svcpack stuff? Is the svcpack install methods compatable with w2k? The reason I ask is I noticed that the [ProductCatalogsToInstall] is not a part of svcpack in w2k... it is in a different file. Which means the integrator probably makes an uneeded svcpack.inf file in w2k. Which wouldn't cause an issue... but it is a small unneeded clutter isn't it? Just let me know if there is any major changes I need to make.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 3:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, nonno fabio,
Can I integrate the update pack successfully with the RVM Integrator 1.4.3? or I should use the 1.5 beta anyway.
Thanks.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 8:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

@armond
I remember Onepiece had some problems with 1.4.3 and w2k*. I don't know if they are solved.
So, better use 1.5 beta: now it's stable as 1.4

*EDIT: but only with italian version of w2k pack. So, if you prefer, you can use Integrator 1.4 too.

@siginet
as yet, we haven't noticed problems; but we'll investigate...

EDIT: we have tested once again, integrating Svcpack-mode addons: all works
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 12:13 am    Post subject: Re: [RELEASE] Onepiece Windows2000 postSP4 UpdatePack v2.2.2 Reply with quote

nonno fabio wrote:
Only for Nlite users: 3 files from this addon are oddly recognized from Nlite as older compared to those contained on w2k CD and they are not updated. If you don't want to modify Nlite settings as Xable suggests here below (thanks to him), you must integrate this addon too:
OnePiece_Repair_Win2000_postSP4_Update_Pack_2.2.2_ENU.7z 194 Kb
http://rapidshare.com/files/66451414/OnePiece_Repair_Win2000_SP4_Update_Pack_2.2.2_ENU.7z
Hash MD5 63738A5883B8E744AE6332BF2FB0698C
otherwise WU asks you for missing hotfix

Hello, this is my first ever post so please be patient Smile

I have an old Windows 2000 SP3 Pro CD that I am going to slipstream using n-lite, a copy of service pack 4 and the update from this site. I have previously done this with XP and the Ryan Post SP2 Updates.

Just a quick couple of questions:

1. Is it 'safe' to install hot fixes as well as critical updates even though Microsoft say they should only be installed on machines experiencing problems? I notice that there are some here (the ones in green).

2. If I include the OnePiece_Repair_Win2000_postSP4_Update_Pack_2.2.2_ENU.7z do I need to put this before the main file or doesn't the order matter? I know n-lite installs hotfixes and update packs in the order they appear.

Apologies if I appear dumb Smile

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 10:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

1: thanks to experience gained with update pack I could say that request-only hotfixes aren't less safe than public one, rather sometimes I saw critical patches causing problems.

2: "repair" addon must be integrated after Update Pack, because those files are already in it but incorrectly Nlite recognizes them as older than the one existing in w2k CD and doesn't overwrite them
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

nonno fabio wrote:
1: thanks to experience gained with update pack I could say that request-only hotfixes aren't less safe than public one, rather sometimes I saw critical patches causing problems.

2: "repair" addon must be integrated after Update Pack, because those files are already in it but incorrectly Nlite recognizes them as older than the one existing in w2k CD and doesn't overwrite them


That's awesome - thank you!
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2007 7:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

nonno fabio wrote:


2: "repair" addon must be integrated after Update Pack, because those files are already in it but incorrectly Nlite recognizes them as older than the one existing in w2k CD and doesn't overwrite them


Does that mean I need to do two seperate runs with nLite?

I keep getting repeated errors with the pcmcia.sys file causing a BSOD stop error. Just completed a test with the new 1.4 version and wonder if it because I am using the addon pack and the repair pack at the same time.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 7:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

"after" simply means the order in the same run.

Try Integrator 1.5 beta
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 5:42 am    Post subject: Problem with Update Pack Reply with quote

Thanks for the release. I have used your update pack integrated with Siginet Build 27. My modem don't work if I used your update pack. I install Win 2000 on two different system with different hardware but get the same result. Also changed the modem drivers but get the same result. The modem Error is Error 797: The connection failed because the modem or other connecting device failed. Please make sure that the modem or other connecting device is installed. in both machines. I have used the Windows 2000 with SP4 integrated CD and the modem works fine on both systems.

Can u please have a look at this issue. Rest of the devices are working fine.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 6:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What is the exact model of your modem?
Is it a Fax modem or is a DSL one?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2007 6:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

56K Modem. One system has Lucent WinModem and the other system has Rockwell 56K Modem detected as HSF Voice 56K Modem
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2007 1:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

@victory: Update Pack doesn't touch drivers. Please try integration with Nlite to see if it gives the same result
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 2:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

@nonno fabio, i have some problems with update pack, after integrating lastest update pack on clear win2000 SP4 source, during installation i get security warning for digital signatures on some component from audio and video controllers.

After installing windows i run dxdiag and installed version is 7.0. Aslo i integrate RogueSpearAddonsRuntimes 2.7.7, and net framework 2.0 isn't installed. Did you have some site where i can find addons for win2000?

one more thing i tryed to run windows update, and i always get blank page?

Thanks
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 5:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Same here, dotnet 2 somehow not installed. Try changing link manually from http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/ to http://update.microsoft.com/ it works for me.
Tested also 7zip 4.57, Adobe 7.08 and Java 6.03 addons, all from RogueSpear are OK.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2007 4:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shon3i, what did you use to integrate UpdatePack? Some popups about certificates can be possible but don't cause installation to fail

I suggest to integrate Win2kUpdatePack and DirectX 9 Addon in the same session: having found DX7, means that integration failed

about Dotnet 2, Ryan's one http://download.ryanvm.net/files/dotnet2.exe has been tested and works (it's a Switchless Installer and doesn't work form Svcpack)

Here are some Win2k Addons:

OnePiece_MSNMessenger7_Addon_ENU.cab 5.04 MB
http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6179

OnePiece_Win2k_RevolutionsPack_AddOn_ENU.7z 477 kb
http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6178
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