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  1. The time zone update definitely does not affect the updates from the certificates. It was in an earlier post anyhow illustrating that there may be date differences in the downloaded certificate containers can be due to the time zones. As in the case of delroots.sst.
  2. It is better those mods are not needed, in any case, because up to the present state the security update KB4011981 of March 2017 was not applied (Windows_XP_128GB_double_pae_addon_final_byDibya). Specifically, the files are ntkrnlpa.exe and ntkrpamp.exe, both version 5.1.2600.7146. Current file version of KB4011981 is 5.1.2600.7197.
  3. @jaclaz Ok, then I did not understand that correctly. Well, as far as my time is concerned, I have invested in this project is still the smaller problem, but the users of the original projects (mfc42 extension as an example) that were linked together in this project. The point that here is also the necessary respect before his projects is missing and I find it too bad to find then parts in Extended XP were inserted where then standstill! This frustrates me the most!
  4. @jaclaz Everyone should get his chance, you need not be sad with me and I stand by it even though the signs have been there already. @Dibya Do not be angry with me, but be honestly it is missing now 2 months where updates were not implemented and thus Extended XP became useless! What should the user think of, for example, Palemoon from version 27 onwards, updated updates from MS installed and nothing goes more! I explained before you the situation, only you seem not want to understand and not enough lets the users in the "rain" stand.
  5. On the topic of "Creating a complete compatibility level". Except construction sites I see no progress. For 2 months Extended XP would have to be updated due to the published security updates of MS. Maybe a user who has the appropriate competence has a sensible project on his feet and not just big promises. Here a part as a part, only concept-less tinkering, where ultimately only can fail. See the project Extended XP as failed!
  6. The relevant updates are installed on my system. I have the list, based on more recent updates, updated. ;KB958644 10/22/2008 replaced by KB2705219! KB2705219-v2 10/09/2012 relevant Update! browser.dll 5.1.2600.6260 netapi32.dll 5.1.2600.6260 KB2347290 09/13/2010 relevant Update! spoolsv.exe 5.1.2600.6024 ;KB3011780 11/17/2014 replaced by KB3126041! ;KB3126041 02/08/2016 replaced by KB3161561! KB3161561 06/14/2016 relevant Update! kerberos.dll 5.1.2600.7075 ksecdd.sys 5.1.2600.7075 msv1_0.dll 5.1.2600.7075 xpsp4res.dll 5.1.2600.7075 srv.sys 5.1.2600.7075 KB3198510 11/07/2016 relevant Update! lsasrv.dll 5.1.2600.7151 msv1_0.dll 5.1.2600.7151 KB4012598 03/12/2017 relevant Update! xpsp4res.dll 5.1.2600.7208 srv.sys 5.1.2600.7208
  7. @glnz As far as the WiFi expansion in this area is concerned, this should be limited to the villages / cities. But a holiday to get to know the country and the people, I could imagine. Just to be a human again, without the negative influence of our civilization, where it is only about printed colored paper to satisfy a few of their avarice.
  8. For the problem of a forgotten login password I like to use the ERD Commander for Windows XP (Bootable) or as here http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-bypass-Windows-XP-login-passwords-from-scra. The problem with the password-protected screen saver, here is a guide http://www.mfhughes.com/writing/password_disable.htm. To KB4015193, the change affects this region of Chile. It is off-topic, but the summer time was originally introduced because of the desire for energy saving. Meanwhile, it is said that it has little effect on the energy consumption, worse is the economy of the financial damage caused by people where only the full work performance after the change. A homemade and superfluous hostage of mankind!
  9. The MSE Definition Updater is designed exclusively for Windows XP, so it can not be guaranteed that it will work under Windows Vista. A test in a VM or test system can not hurt. For me, the question arises which version of MSE is installed. In version 4.8 I am aware that the engine is disabled by the definition. One approach would be to install an older version of MSE (4.4.304.0) and corresponding key in the registry HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Microsoft Security Client","DisplayVersion",,"9.9.999.0" so that MSE can not be updated (works under Windows XP, only the question is whether Windows Vista is looking for updates of this Key is just as relevant).
  10. On the subject of high CPU utilization with automatic updates, as well as WU / MU with the IE8 in the process svchost.exe. After some tests, I found that this problem also occurs without POSReady key in the registry and also under the Windows XP variant "POSReady 2009". If you do not want to get more programs, like Office Compatibility Pack 2007, for Windows XP updates, the trick will work out with the current Cumulative Update for IE8. But as updates for, for example, the Office Compatibility Pack 2007 are available, even without POSReady key in the registry, the high CPU utilization is observed in the process svchost.exe. The question that is asked me is whether to the updates for the Office Compatibility Pack 2007 a failure report to MS would be possible. Although I do not have much hope, it would be worth a try. Problem since November/December 2016. Otherwise, only the current Cumulative Update for IE8 would be installed, as for the Office Compatibility Pack 2007, to download the updates via WSUS, to install manually and only now with automatic updates or with WU / MU on the IE8 to check for updates. Unfortunately, not so good news.
  11. Not off-topic, you just have to say something, a lot of work is waiting for you (GdiPlus.dll, kernel32.dll, ntdll.dll). Hope dies last! (Extended XP)
  12. Off-Topic: This is not your seriousness, your child is punished with these names . With us in Germany, the name Heino is known for its frightful, commercial folk music, which I hate above all. A prime example for this typical commercial and mainstream s*** (Oh sorry, excrement). Just search for the Heino in google and believe me you will not expect your child (blond toupee with sun glasses). My pseudonyms in the forums are already unique and dissuasive.
  13. @dencorso That there will be no more security bulletins in the future, where an orientation was, is very regrettable. I only noticed that for some updates in March, an update for the update was released this month. A note about the POSReady updates, because of a previous installation of MSI 4.5 in the first comment, would be desirable.
  14. @Dave-H It was a very good idea to find a different way to install the updates, the way the Updaterollup worked. The error is also no longer present.
  15. Since I create Updaterollups, I could give you something by PM if interest exists. The updates are already extracted in this package. Maybe the node can be solved.