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Hi acus,

KB913598 could be replaced by KB922667 (for all files but rpcrt4.dll) and by UU-KB935839-v5e (for rpcrt4.dll).

I don't understand. 913598 is not listed at the Updates page. :blink:

However, because 935839-v5x is somewhat experimental and subject to change, updates that it replaces will remain listed on the page for those who choose not to use it.

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Hi Bristols,

I apologize, I made a typo mistake, I meant:

KB913580 could be replaced by KB922667 (for all files but rpcrt4.dll) and by UU-KB935839-v5e or by UU KBz2360937-v2 or by official KB970238 (for rpcrt4.dll).

Regards

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KB913580 could be replaced by KB922667 (for all files but rpcrt4.dll) and by UU-KB935839-v5e or by UU KBz2360937-v2 or by official KB970238 (for rpcrt4.dll).

Thanks acus. :) Page updated.

Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP

18 - 26 March 2012

Added: multilanguage updates, replacing the English-only updates previously listed (thanks tomasz86)

- 2115168 (unofficial) for Windows Media Player.

- 2476687 (unofficial).

Added: updates (thanks tomasz86)

- 935839 v5e (unofficial). This release omits Credui.dll and User32.dll from blackwingcat's kernel update (thanks tomasz86).

- 927489 v3 (unofficial) (thanks tomasz86).

- 896272-959334 (combined unofficial update) (thanks tomasz86).

- 2479628 v9a (unofficial). This fixes installation problems (thanks tomasz86).

- 978542-2423089-2544893 (combined unofficial update) for Internet Explorer/Outlook Express 6 (thanks tomasz86).

Changes

- 935839 v5e (unofficial) is somewhat experimental.

- 935839 is not superseded by 2393802 (unofficial) (but it is superseded by 935839 v5 (unofficial)) (thanks tomasz86).

- Changed the folder for 971913 (unofficial) to HFSVCPACK_SW1 (thanks tomasz86).

- Removed the Obsolete Updates list (that previously lived at the bottom of the Updates page). Instead, the Changelog fulfills the function of documenting updates that have been removed.

- 2393802 v8 (unofficial) requires 2479628 v9a (unofficial) (thanks tomasz86)

Superseded updates

- 982214 (unofficial) (is superseded by 2508429 (unofficial) only if you use 2393802 v8 (unofficial)) (thanks tomasz86).

- 913580 (is superseded by 922667 in conjunction with 2360937) (thanks acus)

- 925902 (is superseded by 2160329 (unofficial) and 2479628 (unofficial)) (thanks tomasz86).

- 978542 (IE6) (is superseded by 978542-2423089-2544893 (combined unofficial update)).

- 935839, 932590, 970238, 2360937 and 888609 (are superseded by 935839 v5e).

Removed

- Removed 2115168 (replaced by the multilanguage 2115168 (unofficial)).

- Removed 2476687 (replaced by the multilanguage 2476687 (unofficial)).

- Removed 959334 (replaced by 896272-959334 (combined unofficial update)).

- Removed 935839 v5d (replaced by 935839 v5e (unofficial)).

- Removed 927489 v2 (replaced by 927489 v3 (unofficial)).

- Removed 2479628 v9 (replaced by 2479628 v9a (unofficial)).

- Removed 2423089 (replaced by 978542-2423089-2544893 (combined unofficial update)).

Changelog shows all recent changes.

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Long time outdated, just got started updating.

:hello:

Checking the changelog, i have found that:

Added:

KB2647516 (MS12-010: Internet Explorer)

Removed:

KB2618444 (MS11-099: Internet Explorer)

But in Update list, at "Table 4: Non-security updates for Internet Explorer" shows an older one:

IE8: WindowsXP-KB2618444-x86-XXX.exe

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But in Update list, at "Table 4: Non-security updates for Internet Explorer" shows an older one:

IE8: WindowsXP-KB2618444-x86-XXX.exe

Oh yes... :blushing: you're absolutely right! Thx for this, I will fix it!!!
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KB978601 replace KB2653956

KB2647516 replace KB2675157

MRT 4.6 replace MRT 4.7

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F1 people, F1!!!

Which of those two should I integrate into Windows?

KB973685 or KB973687???

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Not that that was the most polite way you could have asked for help, and assuming you are asking regarding XP SP3, which you didn't say, I believe the answer is both.

From mimo's site http://mimo.zxq.net/updatelist.htm:

The high-priority KB973687 replaces KB954459.

The optional KB973685 replaces KB954430.

Cheers and Regards

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Not that that was the most polite way you could have asked for help, and assuming you are asking regarding XP SP3, which you didn't say, I believe the answer is both.

From mimo's site http://mimo.zxq.net/updatelist.htm:

The high-priority KB973687 replaces KB954459.

The optional KB973685 replaces KB954430.

Cheers and Regards

I'm sorry I was in a hurry.

Yes, it's XP SP3.

Sooo.......both of them are OK for integration???

THANK U. ;)

Sorry again.

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@ bristols

The rootsupd link at you site points to version 28,0,2195,0, when it sould be pointing to version 36,0,2195,0

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Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP

28 March - 14 September 2012

Added

Changes

Superseded

Removed

Changelog shows all recent changes.

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