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hey guys , my original win xp cd comes with sp2 what would be the steps to create a more up to date iso ?

should i first download and slipstream sp3 and save the iso , and after that slipstream the post sp3 updates list ?

thx

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thank you sir for the quick support , i appreciate it

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A new technical hotfix for Windows XP SP3: KB2828030 (USB)

A hotfix is ​​available for download on the standard reference.

Article KB, corresponding to a given hotfix does not currently have.

Replace a previously released hotfixes technical: KB968764 and KB969238.

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@Mim0

I have found that:

* 2011-02 - MS11-011: Windows Kernel KB2393802 is not being replaced ( not for now because it contains ntdll.dll )

* 2012-10 - MS12-068 Windows Kernel - KB2724197 is being replaced by 2013-02 - MS13-017 Windows Kernel - KB2799494 This update hasn't been removed from the update list but in the changelog says it is being replaced by MS13-017

2013-02 - MS13-017 Windows Kernel - KB2799494 is being replaced by 2013-04 - MS13-031 Windows Kernel - KB2813170 This update has been removed from the update list

* 2013-04 - MS13-031 Windows Kernel - KB2813170 Last windows kernel update

I do not use 'The File-Checker', does it still includes KB2724197?

* This update in the updates list

"2012-01 Microsoft Foundation Classes Update ) Hotfix KB2584577" appears to be released on 2011-11 in the request hotfix page

New link for Messenger.msi (spanish or ESN)

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/94573562/Messenger.MSI

_https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/94573562/Messenger.MSI

Thanks for Standing by, this (what you do) is very helpfull and appreciated.

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MS13-048

http://technet.microsoft.com/security/bulletin/ms13-048

KB2839229 Windows Kernel replaces KB2813170

MS13-047

http://technet.microsoft.com/security/bulletin/ms13-047

IE8-KB2838727 replaces IE8-KB2829530

IE6-KB2838727 Internet Explorer (also IE8 BugFix) replaces IE6 KB2829530

And as pointed by -X-:

KB2838727 also replaces KB2847204

I forgot to mention that:

Malicious Software Removal Tool 5.1 replaces Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.20.7401.0

Windows-KB890830-V5.1

Edited by Maxfutur
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There is also 2808679 (which replaces 2661254).

GL

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KB 2570947 for WindowsXP 2011-09 has no copied files.

According to the KB article this is correct, but there are registry-changes.

Shouldn't there be a reg file for this hotfix ?

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KB 2570947 for WindowsXP 2011-09 has no copied files.

According to the KB article this is correct, but there are registry-changes.

Shouldn't there be a reg file for this hotfix ?

If you mean HFSLIp then that's the correct behaviour. HFSLIP will show 0 files copied because there have indeed been 0 files copied :P The registry changes are still imported though so don't worry.
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@mimo

KB2544521 (2011-06) has been replaced by KB2846071 (2013-07).

The file vgx.dll has a higher version number than the number in the KB article 2544521,
as checked in a virtual machine.

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@mimo

In connection with post 731 and 732 regarding KB2570947 I have found

that for WinXPSP3 with Net2 or higher one registry change is missing :

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{D5AB5662-131D-453D-88C8-9BBA87502ADE}\InprocServer32

'mscoree.dll' ==> '%systemroot%\system32\mscoree.dll'

Reg file attachedNet2.reg

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...WinXPSP3 with Net2 or higher ...

Hi Breezer,

can you explain "WinXPSP3 with Net2"? Do you use an addon?

Mimo

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