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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 4:42 pm    Post subject: 5eraph's post-SP2 Update Pack v2014-08_1 Reply with quote

5eraph's Windows XP x64 post-SP2 Update Pack
Version: 2014-08_1


Goal:
    This Update Pack satisfies, within reason, all high priority updates on the Microsoft Update website and includes some other useful updates.
Details:
  • Intended for Windows XP x64 SP2, English.
  • A Windows 2003 addon is available to supplement this pack.
  • Does not include:
    • Internet Explorer 7 or 8
    • Windows Media Player 11
    • .NET frameworks
    • Windows Search 4.0
    • Silverlight
  • Includes a fix for the high priority KB901105 detection issue with the Microsoft Update website.
  • All files are from the SP2QFE branch.
  • Tested in VirtualBox 4.3.12 throughout development to ensure the proper integration of each update.
  • Integrates with RyanVM Integrator 1.6 and nLite 1.4.9.1, or later versions of either.
Credits:Downloads:Notes:
  • It has been reported that some antivirus products may interfere with RVMi and nLite 1.4.9.1 when integrating this update pack and others. nLite may throw one or more errors, including:

    • "H-The process cannot access the file '<SourceDirectory>\SVCPACK.INF' because it is being used by another process."
    • "CabLib Extract ERROR while extracting files from cabinet archive: Failure writing to target file"

    If this occurs, please disable your antivirus product temporarily and try running nLite again on a fresh copy of your source.

    Thank you, Kurt_Aust, for initially reporting and solving this problem with nLite and this update pack. Smile

  • Since pack v2012-03_2, Adobe Flash Player has the ability to self-update. Addons are now available to modify this behavior.

  • An updated version of MSI.dll (KB2388997) has been included. Although I have performed some limited testing with this update, previous updates newer than KB967756 were known to cause problems when installing certain software. To revert to KB967756, please use the updated rollback installer or addon.

  • Please see a previous release's bump post regarding blocked updates.
Updates Included:
    Note 1: Bulleted updates can be verified with QFECheck.
    Note 2: Updates in yellow are added by the IE6 Update Addon.
    Note 3: Updates in violet are added by the IE8 Addon.
    Note 4: Updates in sky blue are added by the Win2003 Addon.


    High Priority Updates:

      KB890830 — Malicious Software Removal Tool v5.15.10500 (registry entries and stubbed MRT.exe only)
    • KB948496 — Disable Scalable Networking Pack features
    • KB968389 — Extended Protection for Authentication (EPA)
    • KB2345886 - EPA for Server service
    • KB2748349 - Volume Shadow Copy driver
    • KB2749655 - Trust Verification APIs
    • KB2862152 - Oakley Key Manager
    • KB2981580 - Time Zone - Cumulative - August 2014
      KB2982792 - Unauthorized Digital Certificate revocations
      KB925398 — MS06-078 - WMP 6.4 - Windows Media Format
    • KB925902 — MS07-017 - GDI
    • KB931261 — MS07-019 - UPnP
    • KB932168 — MS07-020 - Microsoft Agent
    • KB929123 — MS07-034 - Outlook Express - Cumulative
    • KB944653 — MS07-067 - Macrovision driver
    • KB941569 — MS07-068 - WMP 10 - Windows Media Format
    • KB942831 — MS08-005 - IIS - Helper library
    • KB951376 — MS08-030 - Bluetooth Stack
    • KB952954 — MS08-046 - Windows Image Color Management System
    • KB946648 — MS08-050 - Windows Messenger 4.7
    • KB953155 — MS08-062 - IIS - Windows Internet Printing service
    • KB952069 — MS08-076 - WMP 10 - Windows Media Format
    • KB956572 — MS09-012 - Windows Service Isolation
    • KB970483 — MS09-020 - IIS - Web DAV Extensions for Windows
    • KB973507 — MS09-037 - Active Template Library
    • KB973540 — MS09-037 - WMP 10
    • KB973815 — MS09-037 - MSWebDVD ActiveX Control
    • KB973869 — MS09-037 - HTML Editing Component ActiveX control
    • KB971032 — MS09-040 - Message Queuing
    • KB971657 — MS09-041 - Workstation service
    • KB960859 — MS09-042 - Telnet
    • KB956744 — MS09-044 - Remote Desktop Connection
    • KB956844 — MS09-046 - HTML Editing Component
    • KB975025 — MS09-051 - Audio Compression Manager
    • KB974112 — MS09-052 - WMP 6.4 - Windows Media Format
    • KB975254 — MS09-053 - IIS - FTP service
    • KB974571 — MS09-056 - CryptoAPI
    • KB969059 — MS09-057 - Indexing Service
    • KB974318 — MS09-071 - Remote Access Point to Point Protocol
    • KB973904 — MS09-073 - Microsoft Conversion Library
    • KB972270 — MS10-001 - Embedded OpenType Font Engine
    • KB978706 — MS10-005 - Microsoft Paint
    • KB975560 — MS10-013 - DirectX
    • KB977914 — MS10-013 - AVI File support library and codecs
    • KB979309 — MS10-019 - Cabinet File Viewer Shell Extension
    • KB976323 — MS10-024 - IIS - SMTP service
    • KB977816 — MS10-026 - MPEG Layer-3 codec
    • KB978338 — MS10-029 - TCP/IP v6 protocol driver
    • KB978542 — MS10-030 - Outlook Express
    • KB978695 — MS10-033 - WMP 10 - Windows Media Playback/Authoring DLL
    • KB979482 — MS10-033 - COM component (AsyCFilt.dll)
    • KB982666 — MS10-040 - IIS - HTTP Protocol Stack and Web Server Core
    • KB2229593 - MS10-042 - Help Center service
    • KB981997 — MS10-050 - Windows Movie Maker
    • KB2115168 - MS10-052 - MPEG Layer-3 codec
    • KB982665 — MS10-055 - Cinepak codec
      KB975558 — MS10-062 - WMP 10 - MPEG-4 codec
    • KB2124261 - MS10-065 - IIS - Active Server Pages
    • KB2387149 - MS10-074 - Microsoft Foundation Classes
    • KB982132 — MS10-076 - T2Embed Font Embedding
    • KB2378111 - MS10-082 - WMP 10
    • KB979687 — MS10-083 - WordPad MFC Application
    • KB2423089 - MS10-096 - Windows Address Book
    • KB2443105 - MS10-097 - Internet Connection Signup Wizard
    • KB2419635 - MS11-002 - MS Data Access - Remote Data Services
    • KB2478953 - MS11-005 - Net Logon Services DLL
    • KB2483185 - MS11-006 - Windows Shell
    • KB2478971 - MS11-013 - Kerberos Security Package
    • KB2479943 - MS11-015 - Windows Media
    • KB2481109 - MS11-017 - Remote Desktop Connection 6.0
    • KB2508429 - MS11-020 - Server Message Block (SMB) driver
    • KB2491683 - MS11-024 - Fax Cover Page Editor
    • KB2510581 - MS11-031 - JScript Scripting Engine v5.7
    • KB2485663 - MS11-033 - WordPad text converter
    • KB2544893 - MS11-037 - Internet Messaging API (Outlook Express)
    • KB2476490 - MS11-038 - OLE Automation
    • KB2535512 - MS11-042 - Multiple UNC Provider driver
    • KB2536276 - MS11-043 - SMB client
    • KB2518295 - MS11-051 - Active Directory Certificate Services
    • KB2566454 - MS11-062 - NDIS 3.0 connection wrapper driver
    • KB2570947 - MS11-071 - DLL loading fixes (HyperTerminal and Management Console)
    • KB2564958 - MS11-075 - Active Accessibility and Windows Automation API
    • KB2619339 - MS11-092 - Windows Media
    • KB2620712 - MS11-097 - Client/Server Runtime Subsystem
    • KB2644615 - MS12-001 - NT Layer DLL
    • KB2603381 - MS12-002 - Windows Packager
    • KB2598479 - MS12-004 - Media Control Interface
    • KB2631813 - MS12-004 - DirectShow
    • KB2584146 - MS12-005 - Windows Packager
    • KB2638806 - MS12-006 - Windows HTTP Services
    • KB2686509 - MS12-034 - Keyboard Layout Check (registry entries only)
    • KB2685939 - MS12-036 - RDP Terminal Stack driver
    • KB2698365 - MS12-045 - Microsoft Data Access Components
    • KB2691442 - MS12-048 - Windows Shell Common DLL
    • KB2655992 - MS12-049 - TLS/SSL Security Provider
    • KB2705219 - MS12-054 - Computer Browser Service, Net Win32 API
    • KB2712808 - MS12-054 - Local Print Spooler
    • KB2706045 - MS12-056 - JScript Scripting Engine v5.8
    • KB2727528 - MS12-072 - Windows Briefcase Engine
    • KB2770660 - MS12-082 - DirectPlay
    • KB2780091 - MS13-011 - DirectShow
    • KB2807986 - MS13-027 - Remote NDIS USB Driver
    • KB2813345 - MS13-029 - Remote Desktop Connection 6.0
    • KB2813170 - MS13-031 - NT Kernel and Filesystem Filter Manager
    • KB2772930 - MS13-032 - Active Directory
    • KB2820917 - MS13-033 - Windows Server DLL
    • KB2803821 - MS13-057 - WMP10 - Windows Media Video Decoder
    • KB2876217 - MS13-070 - Object Linking and Embedding (OLE)
    • KB2864063 - MS13-071 - Windows Theme API
    • KB2847311 - MS13-081 - OpenType/Type 1 font driver
    • KB2862330 - MS13-081 - Microsoft USB Port Drivers
    • KB2862335 - MS13-081 - Microsoft USB Port Drivers
    • KB2868038 - MS13-081 - Microsoft USB Port Drivers
    • KB2884256 - MS13-081 - USB Modem driver
    • KB2864058 - MS13-083 - Common Controls Library
    • KB2900986 - MS13-090 - ActiveX Kill Bits - Cumulative
    • KB2893294 - MS13-098 - Windows NT Image Helper
    • KB2892075 - MS13-099 - Microsoft Script Runtime v5.7
    • KB2898715 - MS13-102 - Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
    • KB2914368 - MS14-002 - NDIS Proxy
    • KB2909210 - MS14-011 - VBScript Scripting Engine v5.8
    • KB2909212 - MS14-011 - VBScript Scripting Engine v5.7
    • KB2929961 - MS14-013 - DirectShow Editing DLL
    • KB2923392 - NS14-016 - SAM Server DLL
    • KB2933528 - NS14-016 - Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM)
    • KB2922229 - MS14-019 - Windows NT BASE API Client DLL
    • KB2926765 - MS14-027 - Shell Light-weight Utility Library
    • KB2939576 - MS14-033 - Microsoft XML Core Services 3.0
    • KB2957503 - MS14-036 - GDI+
    • KB2957509 - MS14-036 - Unicode Script Processor
    • KB2961072 - MS14-040 - Ancillary Function Driver for WinSock
    • KB2982791 - MS14-045 - GDI + Multi-User Win32 driver
    • KB2918614 - MS14-049 - Windows Installer + Crypto API32
    • KB2976627 - MS14-051 - Internet Explorer - Cumulative

    Optional Updates:
    Additional Updates:


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 4:42 pm    Post subject: Changelog, part 1 Reply with quote

Changelog: Part 1

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 4:42 pm    Post subject: Changelog, part 2 Reply with quote

Changelog: Part 2
    Note: Updates in yellow are in the IE6 Update Addon.

    [2012/06/14 13:30 UTC] - 2012-06_2
    [2012/06/13 04:55 UTC] - 2012-06_1

      High priority update KB890830 updated to 4.9.6301.
      High priority update KB2685939 replaced high priority update KB2621440.
      High priority update KB2699988 replaced high priority update KB2675157.
      High priority update KB2709162 added.
      Updated Adobe Flash to v11.3.300.257 from v11.2.202.235.
      • Due to Adobe's merging of 32-bit and 64-bit installers, it was necessary to update the Flash addons.

    [2012/06/04 22:25 UTC] - 2012-05_2
    [2012/05/09 01:00 UTC] - 2012-05_1
    [2012/04/17 21:50 UTC] - 2012-04_2

      Additional update KB931125 updated to release dated 2012/04 from 2012/03.
      Updated Adobe Flash to v11.2.202.233 from v11.2.202.228.
      • The 64-bit addon has been merged with the update pack, and the self-updater JOB file and configuration file (mms.cfg) has been removed.
      • Addons are now available to modify and remove auto-update and the 64-bit files. Thanks, ricktendo64.

    [2012/04/11 23:50 UTC] - 2012-04_1
    [2012/03/31 11:30 UTC] - 2012-03_2 (re-release)

      Additional update KB931125 updated to release dated 2012/03 from 2012/02.
      Additional update KB2669182 replaced high priority update KB2509553.
      Updated Adobe Flash to v11.2.202.228 from v11.1.102.63.

    [2012/03/13 22:10 UTC] - 2012-03_1
    [2012/03/06 02:05 UTC] - 2012-02_2
    [2012/02/16 01:10 UTC] - 2012-02_1
    [2012/01/11 10:10 UTC] - 2012-01_1
    [2011/12/14 16:15 UTC] - 2011-12_1
    [2011/11/23 04:20 UTC] - 2011-11_4

      Additional update KB931125 updated to release dated 2011/11 from 2011/10.
      Additional update KB2633952-v2 replaced high priority update KB2570791.

    [2011/11/17 06:55 UTC] - 2011-11_3

      High priority update KB2641690-v2 replaced additional update KB2641690-v1.

    [2011/11/11 04:10 UTC] - 2011-11_2
    [2011/11/08 20:00 UTC] - 2011-11_1

      High priority update KB890830 updated to 4.2.5600.
      Additional update KB931125 updated to release dated 2011/10 from 2011/08.
      High priority update KB2544893-v2 replaced high priority update KB2544893-v1.
      The fix for the versioning conflict between KB977225-v3 and KB954550-v7 has been improved.
      • KB954550-v7 is included with .NET 3.5 SP1 which still overwrites some files in the newer update. If .NET 3.5 is ever updated to check for existing files, it may now find the newer files.

    [2011/10/12 21:15 UTC] - 2011-10_1

      High priority update KB890830 updated to 4.1.5503.
      High priority update KB2564958 replaced optional update KB971513.
      High priority update KB2567053 replaced high priority update KB2555917.
      High priority update KB2586448 replaced high priority update KB2559049.
      High priority update KB2592799 replaced high priority update KB2503665.
      Adobe Flash for Internet Explorer (32-bit) now includes the previously missing control panel application and registry entries.
      Adobe Flash for Internet Explorer (64-bit) addon silently updated for missing registry entries.
      • Please check the MD5 hash in the first post against that of your addon to determine if you have the latest version.
      • The latest version has a build date of 2011/10/12 as listed in entries_x64Flash.ini.

    [2011/10/05 09:45 UTC] - 2011-09_4

      High priority update KB2478953 replaced high priority update KB2207559.
      Updated Adobe Flash to v11.0.1.152 from v10.3.183.10.
      Adobe Flash for Internet Explorer (64-bit) addon was made available.

    [2011/09/28 18:15 UTC] - 2011-09_3
    [2011/09/21 22:10 UTC] - 2011-09_2
    [2011/09/14 14:20 UTC] - 2011-09_1

      High priority update KB890830 updated to 4.0.5301.
      Additional update KB931125 updated to release dated 2011/08 from 2011/06.
      Additional update KB977225-v3 replaced additional update KB981148.
      Additional update KB983234-v2 replaced additional update KB983234-v1.
      High priority update KB2570947 added.
      High priority update KB2607712 replaced additional update KB968730.
      • Not a cumulative update; adds new registry entries.
      High priority update KB2616676 added.Updated Adobe Flash to v10.3.183.7 from v10.3.183.5.

    [2011/08/11 19:15 UTC] - 2011-08_1
    [2011/07/14 03:00 UTC] - 2011-07_1
    [2011/06/15 23:00 UTC] - 2011-06_1
    [2011/06/07 01:25 UTC] - 2011-05_5
    [2011/06/02 00:50 UTC] - 2011-05_4
    [2011/05/30 16:05 UTC] - 2011-05_3

      Additional update KB918033 replaced additional update KB932039.
      Additional update KB929134 added.
      Additional update KB934016 added.
      Additional update KB936087-v2 added.
      Additional update KB937932 added.
      Additional update KB943669 replaced additional update KB940349-v3.
      • Kept registry entries added for KB940349-v3 that are not included in the newer update.
      Additional update KB949459-v2 added.
      Additional update KB973678 added.

    [2011/05/13 02:35 UTC] - 2011-05_2
    [2011/05/10 19:25 UTC] - 2011-05_1
    [2011/04/28 10:10 UTC] - 2011-04_2
    [2011/04/15 18:40 UTC] - 2011-04_1
    [2011/03/23 20:55 UTC] - 2011-03_2
    [2011/03/11 08:40 UTC] - 2011-03_1
    [2011/02/23 13:50 UTC] - 2011-02_2
    [2011/02/10 17:35 UTC] - 2011-02_1
    [2011/01/12 23:15 UTC] - 2011-01_1

      High priority update KB890830 updated to 3.15.
      Additional update KB2401588 replaced additional update KB981917-v2.
      High priority update KB2419635 replaced additional update KB977938.
      • All files from additional update KB983246 are superseded, but registry entries from that update are not included in the newer update. Therefore, KB2419635 does not supersede KB983246, but the security catalog file for KB983246 has been removed since it protects no files.
      Additional update KB2456890 added.
      Additional update KB2480093 replaced high priority update KB2360937.

    [2010/12/16 00:25 UTC] - 2010-12_1
    [2010/11/26 07:40 UTC] - 2010-11_2
    [2010/11/11 03:05 UTC] - 2010-11_1

      High priority update KB890830 updated to 3.13.
      Updated Adobe Flash to v10.1.102.64 from v10.1.85.3.

    [2010/10/28 00:15 UTC] - 2010-10_2
    [2010/10/16 07:05 UTC] - 2010-10_1
    [2010/09/20 16:50 UTC] - 2010-09_2
    [2010/09/16 23:20 UTC] - 2010-09_1
    [2010/08/25 18:30 UTC] - 2010-08_3

      Additional update KB2297272 updated.
      • Second of three Egypt DST updates for Ramadan, 2010.

    [2010/08/25 13:30 UTC] - 2010-08_2
    [2010/08/11 22:25 UTC] - 2010-08_1

      High priority update KB890830 updated to 3.10.
      High priority update KB980436 replaced additional update KB977377.
      • Kept commented-out registry entries added for KB977377 that are not included in the newer update.
      High priority update KB981997 replaced high priority update KB975561.
      High priority update KB982214 replaced high priority update KB971468.
      Additional update KB982316 replaced additional update KB954057.
      High priority update KB982665 added.
      High priority update KB2079403 replaced high priority update KB973687.
      High priority update KB2115168 added.
      High priority update KB2160329 replaced additional update KB2028925.
      High priority update KB2183461 replaced high priority update KB982381.
      Additional update KB2297272 added.
      • First of three Egypt DST updates for Ramadan, 2010.
      Updated Adobe Flash to v10.1.82.76 from v10.1.53.64.

    [2010/08/02 23:50 UTC] - 2010-07_2
    [2010/07/14 03:25 UTC] - 2010-07_1
    [2010/06/10 22:30 UTC] - 2010-06_1
    [2010/05/27 19:15 UTC] - 2010-05_2
    [2010/05/12 02:45 UTC] - 2010-05_1
    [2010/04/27 19:25 UTC] - 2010-04_2
    [2010/04/14 09:45 UTC] - 2010-04_1
    [2010/03/31 08:10 UTC] - 2010-03_1
    [2010/03/23 23:30 UTC] - 2010-03_2

      Additional update KB973917-v2 replaced additional update KB973917-v1.
      Additional update KB979919 replaced additional update KB958013-v2.
      Additional update KB981128 replaced high priority update KB979306.

    [2010/03/10 05:55 UTC] - 2010-03_1
    [2010/02/24 07:00 UTC] - 2010-02_3

      Additional update KB961605 replaced high priority update KB950762.
      Additional update KB977377 added.
      • The following registry entries must be added if you wish to enable this update. Enabling this update may break certain applications.

        Code:
        HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\Schannel","DisableRenegoOnClient",0x10001,1
        HKLM,"SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\Schannel","DisableRenegoOnServer",0x10001,1

      Additional update KB979272 replaced additional update KB945410.
      High priority update KB979306 replaced additional update KB978125.
      Additional update KB979451 replaced additional update KB971075.
      Additional update KB979457 replaced additional update KB967551.
      • Kept a registry entry added for KB967551 that is not included in the newer update.
      Additional update KB979550 added.
      Additional update KB979554 added.
      Additional update KB979730 added.
      Additional update KB2015624 added.

    [2010/02/12 06:05 UTC] - 2010-02_2

      Updated Adobe Flash to v10.0.45.2 from v10.0.42.34.
      Fixed Microsoft's cosmetic bug in KB977165:

      Microsoft wrote:
      Known issues with this security update

        [...]

      • After you install this security update on a Windows Server 2003-based system, the security update may be incorrectly listed in the [registry] as "Update" for Windows [XP] (KB977165) instead of as "Security Update" for Windows [XP] (KB977165). However, after you the install [sic] update, the system is secured against the attacks that are described in security bulletin MS10-015.

    [2010/02/10 00:40 UTC] - 2010-02_1
    [2010/01/21 23:10 UTC] - 2010-01_1
    [2010/01/12 22:55 UTC] - 2010-01_1

      High priority update KB890830 updated to 3.3.
      High priority update KB972270 replaced high priority update KB961371-v2.
      Additional update KB973667-v4 replaced additional update KB973667-v3.
      Additional update KB977291 replaced high priority update KB967723.
      • Kept registry entries added for KB967723 that are not included in the newer update.
      Additional update KB977440 replaced additional update KB946118.
      Additional update KB977456 replaced additional update KB977534.
      Additional update KB978155 replaced additional update KB961451-v2.

    [2009/12/24 02:25 UTC] - 2009-12_2

      Additional update KB977225 added.
      Additional update KB977367 added.
      Additional update KB978125 replaced additional update KB977748.
      Additional update KB978243 added.
      Changed the time zone updating method to work around an IniParser issue with WMP11 Slipstreamer v1.4.2.0.
      • TimeZone.inf now contains only the changes applied to a fresh Windows XP x64 SP2 installation by the relevant time zone update package instead of a dump of the entire time zone registry key. This allows for the [HiveInfs.Fresh] section of TxtSetup.sif to be reorganized as is currently done by WMP11 Slipstreamer v1.4.2.0.
      • This issue affects update pack versions 2009-11_2 through 2009-12_1. If anybody currently has time zone issues related to this, please contact me for instructions to correct them.
      Added "www." to the Microsoft Update shortcut in the Start menu to work around a problem with Microsoft's security certificate.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 7:34 pm    Post subject: Changelog, part 3 Reply with quote

Changelog: Part 3

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 8:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dude... awesome. I'm gonna test it right now Smile

edit: So happy to test, I had a little oversight. Thank you! Smile
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 9:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Right on, and a testing we will go Very Happy

Here is the latest Windows Installer (just released)

Windows Installer 4.5 Redistributable-KB942288

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=5a58b56f-60b6-4412-95b9-54d056d6f9f4

WindowsServer2003-KB942288-v4-x64.exe

for WinXP Pro (x64)
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 9:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

so far I've been hung on the end of the 'installing devices' screen for like 5 minutes. heres to hoping it has nothing to do with the pack ;P

Nevermind, I reset vmware and from where it left off it was quick, no problem so far.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 9:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

SWEET! Thanx 5eraph! You beat me to it. Wink Big time. My pack had a few major issues with it. Glad to see you releasing yours. Very Happy I'm gonna test it this weekend... or sooner if I can. :thumbsup:
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 10:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You're welcome, everybody. Smile

I'm not convinced that Windows Installer 4.5 is stable enough for inclusion yet, RickSteele. Believe me, I have been considering it.

Without your help, Siginet, it never would have been released. Thank you. Thanks for hosting too. Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 11:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i think youre my hero.


2 quick questions: first does MS update report any needed updates? second is there anything not included in your pack that is listed here? i know IE7, WMP11, windows installer 4.5 and the non-integrating updates arent included...
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 12:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I saw your list, runningfool87, but I decided to start from a fresh SP2 install and check the Microsoft Update site for a smaller list. Wink

The only high priority update listed on a clean install is Internet Explorer 7. The only optional updates given are WMP11, the dotNETs, and Silverlight.

The following updates on your list did not make it in the pack. Reasons are given for each.
    KB921503 - Directly superseded by KB943055 which is in the pack.
    KB923789 - Superseded by Adobe Flash v9.0.124.0, which is in the pack.
    KB923845 - It does not appear as an update on WU/MU for me. I was not aware of it.
    KB931836 - Directly superseded by KB942763, which is also on your list and in the pack.
    KB932596 - Superseded by KB942835 and KB952244. Both of these are in the pack.
    KB933729 - Superseded by KB952145, which is in the pack.
    KB936357 - This update seems to be specific to certain Intel processors. All three of my machines here are AMD, with the exception of a couple of unused motherboards at the moment. Wink
    KB942288 - Waiting on more feedback before further consideration, as stated above.
The following updates listed as nonintegrable on your list are included in the pack:
    KB890830 - Malicious Software Removal Tool v1.41
    KB943729 - Group Policy Preference Client Side Extensions
    Adobe Flash v9.0.124.0 for Internet Explorer (32-bit)
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 1:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

thanks for the fast response, and again for making this update pack - very thorough, yet simple and clean Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I already integrated WI 4.5 into mine. When you decide to, don't dismiss the msimsg.dll.mui files, otherwise you'll end up with some blank dialogs if they're missing (English is system32\mui\0409 AFAIK). WI 3.1 doesn't appear to have had any MUI files.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 7:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

5eraph wrote:
You're welcome, everybody. Smile

I'm not convinced that Windows Installer 4.5 is stable enough for inclusion yet, RickSteele. Believe me, I have been considering it.

Your link is 32-bit....trust me, LOL, I really put my system through hell and this is a good 64-bit update....no errors or complications...that said, man I am soooo glad you did this...waiting for a new graphics card, tomorrow at the latest, and then I will be doing a fresh realtime install...of course using this excellent pack and can hardly wait....may a thousand rivers of good fortune stream to your ocean! Very Happy
and let's not forget runningfool's excellent effort to keep a database of updates Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 7:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm looking into WI 4.5 as well as a couple I missed from runningfool87's list. If there's time over the weekend then I'll try to get them in for Patch Tuesday's update.

His effort in keeping that list up to date can't be denied. I owe him thanks as well. Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 7:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You're all simply just a class act....AND a testin' we will gooo Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 8:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

redxii wrote:
I already integrated WI 4.5 into mine. When you decide to, don't dismiss the msimsg.dll.mui files, otherwise you'll end up with some blank dialogs if they're missing (English is system32\mui\0409 AFAIK). WI 3.1 doesn't appear to have had any MUI files.

The problem is that for x64 there are usually twice as many files; one set for system32 and another set for SysWOW64. I'm looking at around 80 files, give or take. This will take some time...
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 9:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rome was not built in a day....besides, like the man said; half the fun is getting there.....

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 4:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have a question, how do you guys test an x64 OS? Because everytime i try to install XP x64 on either VMware or Virtualbox i get a message saying im trying to load an x64 OS on an x86 cpu which cant be done :S

My pc has an x64 compatible cpu and is running windows xp x64 as OS.
Hope you guys can help me so i can test my xp x64 install disk which i tweaked and also test out this pack.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 8:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Try VMware Server, Fanatic. It will handle an x64 guest OS regardless of the host machine type.

VMware wrote:
Features:
  • Runs on any standard x86 hardware
  • Supports 64-bit guest operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and Solaris
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 9:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Downloaded the VMware server, but its still not working, it says the host cpu doesnt have 64bit support.
Could it be because my cpu doesnt have Intel VT?
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 9:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Intel VT shouldn't matter. Neither should AMD-V (aka Pacifica). My somewhat older processors have neither and it still works.

I can vouch personally for v1.0.3 running XP x64 within 32-bit XP. That's what I used to have a look at XP x64 before making the switch. I no longer have that version and I'm no longer running 32-bit XP, so I don't know what may have changed in the interim.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 10:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Somebody at Microsoft has a sense of humor. Or maybe I'm just reading too much into this.

Code:
[CopyAlways.Mui.0426.Files]
    msimsg.dll.mui,SP2QFE\msimsg.dll.lv-lv.mui

LV-426
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 12:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

5eraph wrote:
Somebody at Microsoft has a sense of humor. Or maybe I'm just reading too much into this.

Code:
[CopyAlways.Mui.0426.Files]
    msimsg.dll.mui,SP2QFE\msimsg.dll.lv-lv.mui

LV-426


Alien.

Edit: sorry, didn't even click on link, so I guess it wasn't a riddle to begin with. LOL.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 1:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's good to see that I wasn't the only one that made the association. Very Happy

Finally testing a build that includes KB942288.

EDIT: It's in. Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 5:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Smile

Fanatic wrote:
Downloaded the VMware server, but its still not working, it says the host cpu doesnt have 64bit support.
Could it be because my cpu doesnt have Intel VT?


Strange. I just successfully installed XP x64 with this pack integrated using nLite v1.4.5.5 (or whatever the very latest silent update is) in VMWare Workstation v6.03 build 80004, all integrated and hosted on Vista Ultimate SP1 x86. I haven't tried it hosted on XP x86 yet though.

I have an Athlon 64 x2 4400+, what kind is yours? Also, is your XP x86 Home or Pro?


Gads, I've got to read posts more carefully. Forgot you said you were hosting on x64.

I blame 5eraph! Wink

Okay, is your XP x64 currently running SP2 (no idea if that's a requirement of VMWare)?
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My xp x64 has sp2 installed.
My cpu is a Celeron E1200
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I'm boggled at the moment that it doesn't work.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 9:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The update pack bombed using nlite to do all the honors. Flash, MS Malware and a host of other updates did not install; according to MS update.
I slipstream WMP11 and IE7 along with all WMP11 updates recommended by Boooggy and both IE7 updates; nothing was removed and the latest Intel drivers were integrated.
I think the IE7 and/or WMP11 slipstreaming may be the fly in the ointment so to speak. The update pack was slipstreamed first before all else.
I will in the near future try it with Integrator and nlite.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 11:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Integration of KB890830 only involves registry entries, which suggests that either 5erUpPck.inf is missing or is not being called from SYSOC. Something is interfering with my INF.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 12:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hmmm, I will try with Integrator, and use nlite afterwards to slipstream/tweak what Integrator doesn't....sometime next weekend and report back.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 3:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hmmm... I just did a test... Allthough it may be an issue on my end. I have been testing a lot of utilities latley that create boot patrtitions and such. So when I boot up I get an option to boot into acronis recovery manager then First Defense Recovery. I haven't had a chance to rule these out as possible causes for my error yet.

Just want to note that during the txtmode setup stage while it was copying files over my computer suddenly started asking for my Windows XP SP2 disk. I could not get it to finish because of this.

I also was using some cd's I have never used... so it could be possible it was a media issue.


Nevermind... the issue was caused by my Beta version of RVM Integrator v1.5.4.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 4:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

5eraph wrote:
Integration of KB890830 only involves registry entries, which suggests that either 5erUpPck.inf is missing or is not being called from SYSOC. Something is interfering with my INF.


I couldn't wait, so I made a fresh ISO using Integrator for your update pack, Boooggy's WMP11 slipstreamer from within Integrator along with all the WMP11 updates he recommends, and nlite for the rest-perfect, no errors, MS update reports all up to date; I install all the .NET runtimes from runonce.
Very, very nice 5eraph, thanks
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 5:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Glad to hear it, RickSteele. Believe it or not, I hadn't gotten around to testing the WMP11 Slipstreamer yet with the Update Pack. I'm happy that it's working for you. Smile

I haven't seen that happen yet, Siginet. If you can narrow down the cause it would be greatly appreciated. I've also sent you a PM.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 6:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh, and also, the following are slipstreamed with nlite after WMP11 and hotfixes via Boooggy from within Integrator:

msxml4-KB936181-enu - Vulnerability in Microsoft XML-KB936227_KB936181 (I require it for Office 2003)
KB936782 - MS07-047 - WMP11
KB938127 - MS07-050 - Vector Markup Language (IE7)
KB941569 - MS07-068 - Windows Media file format (WMP11)
KB947864 - MS08-024 - Internet Explorer 7 - Cumulative

order is:

using Integrator

The 5eraph update pack
The Booogy's WMP11 and all the hotfixes he lists on his webpage

using nlite

IE7 (listed first in the pecking order along with both updates/hotfixes for IE7 immediately after)
drivers, the balance of the updates listed above with the exception of the WMP11 specific ones-done by Boooggy's app, any removals, tweaks etc.

I found you must enable driver cab merging in nlite, and perhaps disable high compression-not sure on the last one in order for all to play nice.

The WMP11 Slipstreamer works really well, but, let it also do all the updates, hotfixes too at the same time; nlite is hit and miss on this I've found; Boooggy's app does this much better for me anyways.

Well, that's it for now; gonna' go play some DODs....LOL

Thanks again 5eraph!
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 11, 2008 5:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Updated. Very Happy
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sweet deal, 5eraph. I've watched this project with eager anticipation. Gonna start testing it now. Smile
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Absolutely flawless 5eraph; zero errors, zero updates on MS update Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 4:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I created a fresh ISO using all of the updates/hotfixes you have listed, including those "to be added" plus corrected that comma error in the update pack's inf; they all slipstream/integrate beautifully using nlite 1.4.6 and Boooggy 1.3.1.0 (for WMP11).
.......awesome 5eraph, very, very nice. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 1:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the high praise, RickSteele.

I'll release what I have if anybody wants it. I was only holding out so it wouldn't seem that I was "overdeveloping" the pack. I don't like releasing more than once a week unless there's something seriously wrong.

Besides, I do plan to add one minor update that is not on the list above, KB952679, as it replaces a file that already exists in the pack.

Huge thanks to Xable for hosting his Hotfix Share and everybody that posts them there. Smile

EDIT: Additional update KB952679 to replace interim additional update KB951880. Next release changelog updated.
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Updated to 2008-06_2. Smile

Read the Changelog for details.
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I would do as you think best....you can only do so much in a day...I would think once a month as does RyanVM and RougeSpear with this kind of pack; I mean, one could probably release new update packs every couple of days...never ending and you would get tired really fast. One needs time to recreate, play DODs...pawn some players..LOL.
This pack for Win 64-bit, as is Rouge amd Ryan's endeavers for 32-bit, is a godsend
Gotta' get a new ISO built...talk later Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 4:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

...some other hotfixes I integrate using nlite 1.4.6 along with your excellent update pack:

WindowsServer2003.WindowsXP-KB932699-v2-x64-ENU (A printer driver upgrade operation may fail in Windows Server 2003)
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932699 (Hotfix Share)
WindowsServer2003.WindowsXP-KB933729-x64-ENU (Vulnerability in RPC Could Allow Denial of Service)
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms07-058.mspx
WindowsServer2003.WindowsXP-KB942830-x64-ENU (Vulnerability in Internet Information Services Could Allow Remote Code Execution)
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/Bulletin/ms08-006.mspx
WindowsServer2003.WindowsXP-KB942831-x64-ENU (Vulnerability in Internet Information Services Could Allow Elevation of Privilege)
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/MS08-005.mspx
WindowsServer2003.WindowsXP-KB944043-v5-x64-ENU (Windows Server 2008 read-only domain controller compatibility pack)
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/944043
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KB932699 is obsoleted by KB952206, which is in the pack.
KB933729 is obsoleted by KB952145, which is in the pack.

I'll look into the others, but they seem to be oriented more toward business use. I don't use IIS, and I don't join domains. Wink
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Thanks 5eraph, I will modify my ISO creation accordingly.
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newest update pack worked flawlessly 5eraph; real time install, no updates required from MS update, all stable and good.
NICE and thanks Very Happy
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Hi,
I discovered this topic today and I will try your add-on pack a.s.a.p.
Off topic: What a dark place Laughing Guys, can you made some skins for the board, coz is really difficult to read the posts.
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A red on white Detroit Red Wings hockey skin was made recently. Wink

I've always been partial to darker skins, personally. I keep my PCs in dark areas and the brightness gets to me. Give me a good survival/horror PC game and I'm in heaven. Smile
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+1 more for a successful install. Worked flawlessly. No updates required on WU.

Thanks for the great work 5eraph.

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5eraph wrote:
A red on white Detroit Red Wings hockey skin was made recently. Wink

I've always been partial to darker skins, personally. I keep my PCs in dark areas and the brightness gets to me. Give me a good survival/horror PC game and I'm in heaven. Smile

RyanVM is enough, but needs to login Smile
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