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  1. I have two doubts: 1. Does KB3172605 (July 2016 update rollup) replace KB3156417 (May 2016 update rollup)? 2. Integrate KB3170455 (update for Windows Print Spooler)? Supposedly it stops non-admin users from installing a network-printer :/ What set of updates is the best to integrate (KB in exact order): KB3020369 kb3125574-v4 KB3168965 KB3172605 KB3020369 kb3125574-v4 KB3156417 KB3168965 KB3172605 KB3020369 kb3125574-v4 KB3156417 KB3168965 KB3170455 KB3172605 ? KB short descritpion: KB3020369 April 2015 servicing stack update for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 KB3125574 Convenience rollup update for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 KB3156417 May 17 2016 update rollup for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 KB3168965 July 12 2016 Security Update for Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers KB3170455 July 12 2016 Security Update for Windows Print Spooler Components KB3172605 July 21 2016 update rollup for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
  2. Hi: I want to remove the x86 versions of windows from the All In One ISO that I have. How can I do it ? Using the latest version of NTLite. Thanx.
  3. Hi, I was attempting to write an .img file (akin to .iso image) to my SD card using Win32diskimager (found here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/?source=navbar) By mistake I wrote the image to my external HDD (Seagate BackupPlus 3TB). BTW, as you can read from SourceForge page, many others have made same mistake. The HDD was not modified and had the factory setting; that is, it had one partition and was NTFS file. The content of IMG file were no more than 73MB, but it created a FAT32 partition of 500MB. My Linux and Win8 machines both see (but don't mount) the 500MB partition and show the rest as "unallocated" or "raw". Windows wants to reformat this space. I have access to another drive that is just like this (I bought two orginally) - that is, I have another spare 3TB Seagate BackupPlus that is empty. Using CloneZilla I have copied (bit-for-bit, or sector by sector) a clone of the 'damaged' drive to the 'spare' drive. I will be using this clone for all recovery purposes and will leave the 'damaged' disk in a safe place. TestDisk doesn't find any partitions (both quick and deep scan). My understanding is that NTFS writes a copy of partition at the end of the sector (or was it copy of MBR to the end?). Considering that TestDisk is not finding this partition (or for that matter vloume/FS); how can I recreate a partition? Also, I think the files might be 'carved' or 'recovered', but this would imply I lose both the original file names as well as the directory structure. If the partition recovery is a lost cause, is there a way to recover the files and directories with their original intact names? Thanks in advance....I do know that I have done something really stupid and blame is all on me.
  4. It is easy to obtain ISOs of WIndows XP from bitorrent or from numerous blogspot sites, but this is a risky thing to do because maliceous code could be inserted into the ISOs to compromise your security. Other legitimate sources are no longer available because XP ISOs are no longer made available to MSDN/Technet subscribers and the Digital Rivers download site no longer exists as far as I can tell, although there are links available for Windows 7 ISOs from Digital River. However, if you can obtain the files names of the original XP downloads from MSDN/Technet along with their SHA1 or MD5 checksum values you should be able to find them archived elsewhere with reasonable certainty that they are untouched ISOs originaly from an authorised source. I post here a list of file names and hash values for XP ISOs that probably originated from MSDN/Technet and you can Google the file names to find downloads for them. Of course, there is no guarentee that either the file names or hash values provided here are authentic. Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (English) Size: 589.14 MB MD5: F424A52153E6E5ED4C0D44235CF545D5 SHA1: 1c735b38931bf57fb14ebd9a9ba253ceb443d459 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) VL CD (English) Size: 589.14 MB MD5: 5BF476E2FC445B8D06B3C2A6091FE3AA SHA1: 66ac289ae27724c5ae17139227cbe78c01eefe40 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional N with Service Pack 3 (x86) VL CD (English) Size: 597.83 MB SHA1: a8143d52f60e4acc73d5f267f05ad833f034d453 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Home with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (English) Size: 564.72 MB SHA1: 5a6b959ad24d15dc7ebd85e501b83d105d1b37c6 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) Volume CD (French) Size: 592.14 MB SHA1: 187fa9ee4e682fce20be6bc5bc092efcb6aafd11 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) Volume CD (German) Size: 591.06 MB SHA1: 55ad061ba1054da5ec800924b03337674e5a1262 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) VOL CD (Italian) Size: 586.23 MB SHA1: a04d68b0fc8b97eec1da9277e5d8126f318596dc ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) Volume CD (Spanish) Size: 590.51 MB SHA1: a47603256d7645a2f2788466153ffcd058f77c56 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) Volume CD (Portuguese - Brazil) Size: 587.23 MB MD5: 178fbe2d83d694ec5a53cc9cfe89ab6f SHA1: 015f13f28655957c93fe20d287ea62a50be64a95 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (Simplified Chinese) Size: 601.04 MB SHA1: 69dbf131116760932dcf132ade111d6b45778098 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) VL CD (Simplified Chinese) Size: 601.04 MB MD5: e74d72f3d90456003e9e02ba0fb7da61 SHA1: d142469d0c3953d8e4a6a490a58052ef52837f0f ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Home with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (Simplified Chinese) Size: 583.45 MB SHA1: f15ef466b1d87b1ffdadc246b8ce82287bd15ed5 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail DVD (Japanese) Size: 630.21 MB SHA1: 3125aaed8f40a5d8a10dbb959a03e39acc0d9fcb ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) VOL DVD (Japanese) Size: 630.21 MB SHA1: 8719219c7a77756a904f4bb9fd2f32781f091c22 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Home with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (Japanese) Size: 608.73 MB SHA1: a907477482a45f0c7617e384b1b8a69802bc815c ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Home K with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (Korean) Size: 586.84 MB SHA1: e81c5e6e7aa34e32091538462d963488dc08ef66 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Home KN with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (Korean) Size: 572.42 MB SHA1: 3c88bb786aefff3aabb90c02aa7d569c6aa459c2 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional K with Service Pack 3 (x86) Volume CD (Korean) Size: 634.25 MB SHA1: aa00d0e694e0d885d654241d74e9654373f222eb ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional K with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (Korean) Size: 634.25 MB SHA1:cad31b63f9ec47aeaf6e3bded9d36425ddb3183a ISO/CRC:FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional KN with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (Korean) Size: 615.45 MB SHA1: 6fd792c71bfa085273472a52aeee1757007c74fa ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF Windows XP Professional KN with Service Pack 3 (x86) VOL CD (Korean) Size: 615.45 MB SHA1: 723f0206cf09e5c8693de5eeaee7da849e734bc8 ISO/CRC: FFFFFFFF
  5. Hope you find this useful... An easy2boot USB drive will boot most linux ISO files just by copying over the linux iveCD ISO files. To add a Win98SE Install ISO, you need to delete all unnecessary folders and rename the ISO file to have the .isoDOS01 file extension. You can then boot directly from the USB drive and choose the Win98SE ISO from the menu. For more details see here. The same principle should work for most DOS-based Install ISOs (as long as you keep the files numbers down by pruning!).
  6. Starting with a brand new ISO: Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM Datacenter/Standard ISO My default ISO tool is 7Zip, easy, simple, my standard default app. But it doesn't read UTF. I see the following when I open it: [bOOT] - Folder README.TXT - File The readme says: "This disc contains a "UDF" file system and requires an operating system that supports the ISO-13346 "UDF" file system specification." So we tried a native 2012 install to mount the ISO. But that could see the files, but not copy them all. Then I tried Virtual CloneDrive. This way I can mount the ISO under Win7. Here is where I get different errors based on the tools used. 'E:' drive is the ISO mounted through Virtual CloneDrive 'D:' drive is a NTFS partition First command to test directory creation. xcopy E:\* D:\DVD\* /E /V /F /G /H /Y /T creates all 871 directories (correct amount) Second command to copy the files. xcopy E:\* D:\DVD\* /E /V /F /G /H /Y Gets down to this file: E:\efi\microsoft\boot\resources\bootres.dll Error: The target volume does not support symbolic links Add the option /B - "Copies the Symbolic Link itself versus the target of the link." xcopy E:\* D:\DVD\* /E /V /F /G /H /Y /B Gets down to this file: E:\efi\microsoft\boot\resources\bootres.dll Error: The target volume does not support symbolic links Add the option /J - "Copies using unbuffered I/O. Recommended for very large files." xcopy E:\* D:\DVD\* /E /V /F /G /H /Y /J Gets down to this file: E:\efi\microsoft\boot\resources\bootres.dll Error: The target volume does not support symbolic links Next tool to test was TeraCopy Running a copy of everything in the ISO, minus the 'sources' folder, yields 145 files and 18 folders copied to D:\DVD\, and the mounted ISO has 160 files and 18 folders. Tracking down these files gives this list: 1 - e:\efi\microsoft\boot\resources\bootres.dll 2 - e:\support\adfs\en-us\migrate-federationconfiguration.psd1 3 - e:\support\adprep\en-us\adprep.dll.mui 4 - e:\support\adprep\en-us\csvde.dll.mui 5 - e:\support\adprep\en-us\ldifde.dll.mui 6 - e:\support\logging\en-us\actionqueueetw.dll.mui 7 - e:\support\logging\en-us\auditetw.dll.mui 8 - e:\support\logging\en-us\cmisetupetw.dll.mui 9 - e:\support\logging\en-us\oobeldretw.dll.mui 10 - e:\support\logging\en-us\setupcletw.dll.mui 11 - e:\support\logging\en-us\setupetw.dll.mui 12 - e:\support\logging\en-us\setupugcetw.dll.mui 13 - e:\support\logging\en-us\sysprepetw.dll.mui 14 - e:\support\logging\en-us\windeployetw.dll.mui 15 - e:\support\logging\en-us\winsetupetw.dll.mui xcopy E:\Sources\* D:\DVD\Sources\* /E /V /F /G /H /Y Gets down to this file: E:\Sources\dlmanifests\microsoft-windows-storagemigration\en-us\stormigplugin.dll.mui Error: The target volume does not support symbolic links Then tried using TeraCopy and got lots of errors on multiple .mui and .dll files Error: Read Error: Incorrect function. Does anyone have any other ideas for extracting these files cleanly?
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