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...Good job on your xp updates... I was wondering... do you have a filechecker for Windows 2000?

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For W2K, Parseus offers an extension: HFSLIPFC-2K. Put this file also in the HFSLIP-folder, fill the SOURCES-folder with W2K and start the file-checker. If you have an older INI, rename your current hfslipfc.ini and let hfslipfc create a new INI. There are some other options for W2K :)

Fine... today i will give a try. I had slipstreamed all your updates (except SP3) on my Windows Professional SP3 CD (MSDN ISO)

the slipstream went fine, the instalation fine, all ok... then i got online to check for updates...

it still shows KB905474! (Windows Genuine Notifications)

I read on the now dead Hfslip homepage about this... which update must I have? should I inspect Windows Update.log (On Windows Folder)

and see where Windows Update goes fetch the update? Or the update always proceeds this way (Will Always going to list as a missing update)?

Besides that point... It's fully working :) All well slipstreamed! I Will Proceed to Slipstream a Windows 2000 CD :) Thanks a Lot mim0

If i could help you guys... shout! ;)

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Does anyone know the direct link for the new WMP11 installer? I'm on Linux at the moment so can't validate and download to get the link :}

Also, does anyone know if KB973540 is still necessary since the new WMP11 installer came out? It contains Wmp.dll & Wmpdxm.dll 11.0.5721.5268

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Also, does anyone know if KB973540 is still necessary since the new WMP11 installer came out? It contains Wmp.dll & Wmpdxm.dll 11.0.5721.5268

It's still necessary (and still on my List :P)

The *new* WMP11 contains:

Wmp.dll 11.0.5721.5262

Wmpdxm.dll 11.0.5721.5262

It's really strange why MS doesn't put new version ...5268 of these DLLS into the installer :wacko:

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Does anyone know the direct link for the new WMP11 installer? I'm on Linux at the moment so can't validate and download to get the link :}
is this the one you're looking for? ;)

I think that's the link to the old installer. The one I'm looking for is whatever the download link is from validating through this page http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=1d224714-e238-4e45-8668-5166114010ca

Also, does anyone know if KB973540 is still necessary since the new WMP11 installer came out? It contains Wmp.dll & Wmpdxm.dll 11.0.5721.5268

It's still necessary (and still on my List :P)

The *new* WMP11 contains:

Wmp.dll 11.0.5721.5262

Wmpdxm.dll 11.0.5721.5262

It's really strange why MS doesn't put new version ...5268 of these DLLS into the installer :wacko:

I suppose Microsoft want us all to be using Windows 7 :o

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Does anyone know the direct link for the new WMP11 installer? I'm on Linux at the moment so can't validate and download to get the link :}
is this the one you're looking for? ;)
I think that's the link to the old installer. The one I'm looking for is whatever the download link is from validating through this page http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=1d224714-e238-4e45-8668-5166114010ca
my apologies if that wasn't the correct link ... although it says on the page 6/22/2010. cheers!
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Does anyone know the direct link for the new WMP11 installer? I'm on Linux at the moment so can't validate and download to get the link :}
is this the one you're looking for? ;)
I think that's the link to the old installer. The one I'm looking for is whatever the download link is from validating through this page http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=1d224714-e238-4e45-8668-5166114010ca
my apologies if that wasn't the correct link ... although it says on the page 6/22/2010. cheers!

Actually that probably is the right link! I've just managed to extract the installer and it's got files from Jan 2009 inside, so Microsoft must be using the same url as the previous installer. Cheers Kiki :)

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@bristols

Say, I think there's a small error on the Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 Hotfix List.

The link for 955759 is simply a repeat of the link for 955417.

I think it's supposed to be this.

If you already know about this, sorry for the redundency. I only cursorily checked the thread for messages.

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@bristols

Tried to PM you, but no tickee, no washee...

The member cannot receive any new messages

Besides the message above, I would've included:

This is a repeat of the message I posted to the thread. I assume I'm handling the protocol for informing you appropriately. Let me know if not.

Oh, and thanks for your work! Very much appreciated.

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Hey jinjou,

@bristols

Tried to PM you, but no tickee, no washee...

Ah, sorry about that. Exceeded my message quota, apparently...

You're quite right about the mistake there on the Hotfixes page. Thanks for the tip-off. I'll amend it and send it along to FDV.

This is a repeat of the message I posted to the thread. I assume I'm handling the protocol for informing you appropriately. Let me know if not.

I will see PMs, whereas there is a (small) chance that I will miss a note left here in the forums. But just as long as I see your message, it really doesn't matter how.

Oh, and thanks for your work! Very much appreciated.

No, thank you for contributing! :)

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It doesn't. KB967715 adds the following reg entry. If you delete it from the registry, KB967715 reappears on WU.

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\policies\Explorer]
"HonorAutoRunSetting"=dword:00000001

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I link to a regfile on my list which sets this and going by what you've said, it should stop WU complaining.

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Going strictly by file version number, KB2286198 replaces PARTIALLY KB971029 (replaces Shell32.dll, Shsvcs.dll stays), both on XP and Server2003.

GL

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Without support I still keep using HFSLIP to maintain an updated XP SP3 install source. Integrating August security updates went smoothly, except for cumulative Internet Explorer 8 security update KB2183461. After investigation I see iedkcs32.dll is not getting updated by the hotfix, although previously this was not an issue. Integrating KB982381 updates the file version to 18.0.6001.23014, while integrating KB2183461 file version stays 18.0.6001.22918, in stead of expected 18.0.6001.23037.

Can anyone confirm this issue?

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iedkcs32.dll version 18.0.6001.22918 is part of superseded hotfix KB941158. I think there is an error when checking file versions in HFSLIP.cmd. For now I have removed KB941158 from my install source (normally I remove any superseded hotfixes first).

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Can anyone confirm this issue?

Acheron:

No, HFSLIP is updating iedkcs32.dll to 18.0.6001.23037.

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Anyone:

Does KB973686 even have a catalog file? setuperr.log states that msxml6.dll and msxml6r.dll are not signed properly.

What's wrong with HFSLIP's handling of kb942288-v3?

KB942288-v3.cat isn't being added to SVCPACK and SVCPACK.INF so setuperr.log states that msiexec.exe, msimsg.dll and msisip.dll are not signed properly.

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KB973686 does not include a catalog file, but does add a signature to both dll files. To keep WFP happy you can use KB973687 instead.

KB942288 is problematic. You can edit SFCFiles.dll to exclude these Windows Installer files or disable WFP completely.

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Mim0, how did you come across 2264107? I don't see it on WU.

nm, I see now it's from the advisory issued yesterday.

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As a starter may I just express thanks to Tommy P et. al. for all the work that has gone in to HFSLIP, and to Muppet Hunter for maintaining the Windows XP hotfix list. Both have been invaluable to me in sorting out my XP systems. :thumbup

Muppet Hunter,

Can I just raise a few issues with the list that you might like to address with the September hotfix list.

  1. Towards the end of the Security Hotfixes section there is an entry for Asycfilt.dll. The filename correctly shows KB979482, but the KB is shown as 979902. Is this correct?
  2. In the August list you replaced KB973687 with KB973686, which was entirely logical with the introduction of KB2079403; however, this combination causes errors in the setuperr.log. I reverted to using KB973687, which solved the problem. May I suggest the list reflects this?
  3. In the IE Hotfixes section KB982632 was replaced by KB982664 in the August patches.
  4. The MUAuth.cab link gives Error 404.
  5. The IEAWSDC.CAB and opuc4.cab links both result in a 'WEB page is unavailable' message from the MS office WEB site.

Many thanks.

JonWell

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