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steven4554

Post-SP1 updates for Windows 7 (SOON TO BE UPDATED!)

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One very minor issue: your link to KB947821 is broken for both the x86 and X64 lists. I think it's because your lists still point to V25 of the update and V26 is now the latest version.

JonnyT, No broken link here, Maybe Steven fixed the link after reading your comment.

Excellent, very quick work!

Sorry to report another (minor, slightly nit-picky) problem with the x86 Update List. There are at least four updates that are downloading the correct -x86 versions, but the filename is renaming them as -X64! These are:

Windows6.1-KB2813347-x64.msu

Windows6.1-KB2813170-x64.msu

Windows6.1-KB2808735-x64.msu

Windows6.1-KB2823324-x64.msu

Yeah, thanks for the tip, I forgot to change these from x64 to x86 the other day, cause once I've done with updating the x64 version I copy all the new updates to the x86 version, I do this cause it's a time saver method.

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Hi Steven, KB2823180 is in your non-security group. This update is flagged by my installer and does not integrate. Upon completing the Win7 (x86).install I ran a 'check for updates' and this patch was not listed and Win7 looks happy without it.

Looks like a superfluous optional update for certain situations only.

Best regards, Gideon.

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Hi Steven, KB2823180 is in your non-security group. This update is flagged by my installer and does not integrate. Upon completing the Win7 (x86).install I ran a 'check for updates' and this patch was not listed and Win7 looks happy without it.

Looks like a superfluous optional update for certain situations only.

Best regards, Gideon.

It's an update for the Windows Management Framework 3.0, so if you have not installed Windows Management Framework 3.0 (KB2506143) and requires either .NET 4.0 or 4.5, then yes you can ignore it.

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Steven,

I noticed KB2639308 is listed twice in the w7 x64 list on the WUD site (that has to be a mistake, as descriptions are different).

Also, it is not listed on your latest w7 x64 list here.

Why is that?

Thanks.

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Steven,

I noticed KB2639308 is listed twice in the w7 x64 list on the WUD site (that has to be a mistake, as descriptions are different).

Also, it is not listed on your latest w7 x64 list here.

Why is that?

Thanks.

Your right, the first one has been superseded by the March version, but obviously I forgot to remove it. This will be fixed in the next available update list.

Thanks for spotting this.

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Hi. I'm looking for a Windows 7 x64 update list post-SP1 to Brazilian Portuguese version. Couldn't find it nowhere.

Also, the Office 2010 x64 for the same language, if it's not too much to ask :)

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Hi. I'm looking for a Windows 7 x64 update list post-SP1 to Brazilian Portuguese version. Couldn't find it nowhere.

Also, the Office 2010 x64 for the same language, if it's not too much to ask :)

You can still use my update list, to download the updates in the "Security Updates and Non-Security Updates" as they are language independent, which means that those updates will work on any language version of Win7.

Sadly, I don't make Office Update Lists anymore sorry.

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Hi Steven4554,

I have some questions about the UL format:

- How do you create your update list ? With a text editor ?

- How do you found the links of the "non-security" KB ? ( I download them with the Update catalog but they are downloaded with ActiveX so the links are not visible)

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Hi Steven4554,

I have some questions about the UL format:

- How do you create your update list ? With a text editor ?

- How do you found the links of the "non-security" KB ? ( I download them with the Update catalog but they are downloaded with ActiveX so the links are not visible)

1) I use notepad to edit my lists, and save them using UTF-8 formatting.

2) After downloading the updates from the update catalog, right click on the webpage and left click view source, that's where you'll find the direct download links.

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where are the drivers? you are stating updates/drivers..

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where are the drivers? you are stating updates/drivers..

They are in the Display Drivers section of the UL's, i only provide GPU drivers in my lists.

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1) I use notepad to edit my lists, and save them using UTF-8 formatting.

2) After downloading the updates from the update catalog, right click on the webpage and left click view source, that's where you'll find the direct download links.

Thanks you for the answer steven4554.

I have tested with kb2840149-x86 and I have a link, but the name contains the hash of the file:

http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/secu/2013/04/windows6.1-kb2840149-x86_ca80b6689ad97ea0d3ae81acfbfdb01dbc8ba18f.msu

How do I find the "correct" link on Update Catalog ?

http://download.microsoft.com/download/C/A/8/CA8F0546-2BA0-443C-A235-994592DBEBC9/Windows6.1-KB2840149-x86.msu

(found here)

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=38770

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All updates and drivers from the catalog has the hash at the end of the file, it's normal.

What i do with my lists, is remove the hash if the update is only available from the catalog and not from the download center.

PS - This new update will be in the next UL's, unless it gets superseded!

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What i do with my lists, is remove the hash if the update is only available from the catalog and not from the download center.

I understand now, you use the tag:

<filename>( Local Filename )</filename>

I will try to make a French UL for 7sp1 (x64 and x86)

Edit: I have opened your x64 UL and I have found 4 unneeded security updates:

KB2525694
KB2503658
KB2476490
KB2524375

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What i do with my lists, is remove the hash if the update is only available from the catalog and not from the download center.

I understand now, you use the tag:

<filename>( Local Filename )</filename>

I will try to make a French UL for 7sp1 (x64 and x86)

Edit: I have opened your x64 UL and I have found 4 unneeded security updates:

KB2525694
KB2503658
KB2476490
KB2524375

You can if you wish, but i must remind you that the updates in my lists for Win7 will work on any language version including french, cause they language neutral. But i guess you could add other stuff like i have in my lists that will only work on French systems.

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Yes, I know they are language neutral.

MS don't like that others shares their updates, and as I maintain "update packs" for 7sp1, I'm thinking of offering them in "ul" form, so MS will be happy....

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Thank a lot for your list !

I think you need to update it with KB2775511, it replace a lot of KB.

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Thank a lot for your list !

I think you need to update it with KB2775511, it replace a lot of KB.

KB2775511 is already in both Win7 update lists, you'll find the update in the Non-Security Updates section.

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Great effort as always to keep this updated.

I'm getting KB2791765 offered by Windows Update for W7 SP1 64-bit after install. It appears to be in the 32-bit UL but not the 64-bit one...

Also, I wish M$ would get their stuff together and make v4 of KB2647753 available from the KB web page and not just the update catalog :(

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Great effort as always to keep this updated.

I'm getting KB2791765 offered by Windows Update for W7 SP1 64-bit after install. It appears to be in the 32-bit UL but not the 64-bit one...

Also, I wish M$ would get their stuff together and make v4 of KB2647753 available from the KB web page and not just the update catalog :(

I've removed KB2791765 from x86 list, cause it has been superseded by KB2820331! As for KB2647753-v4, i have changed my lists to that version which will in the next available lists, download directly from the update catalog site.

I should point out, that even though MS has made a v4, the files inside are the same as v2.

Yeah, i agree, MS is making alot of mistakes lately, and like you i'd wish they would release a second service pack for Win7, cause we need one, with the amount of post-sp1 updates now reaching past 500!

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the amount of post-sp1 updates now reaching past 500!

Fortunately, most are superseded or unneeded for the average Joe.

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Hi steven4554,

I have checked the content of your x64 ul against my own update pack, here is the differences:

Superseded or not requested by Windows Update

Security updates

KB2525694

KB2503658

KB2476490

KB2524375

KB2620712

KB2705219 (superseded by v2)

Non security updates

KB917607

KB2488113

KB2505438

KB2522422

KB2496898

KB2511250

KB2487335

KB2506628

KB2604521

KB2618301

KB2624668

KB2657025

KB2640696

KB2677070

KB2798897

KB2735855

KB2794119

KB2760730

KB2775511

KB2639308

KB2823180

KB2835174

Not found in your UL but requested by Windows Update

Windows6.1-KB971033-x64

Windows6.1-KB976002-x64

Windows6.1-KB2574819-x64

Windows6.1-KB2779562-x64

Windows6.1-KB2791765-x64

Windows6.1-KB2592687-x64

WUClient-SelfUpdate-ActiveX-x64

WUClient-SelfUpdate-Aux-TopLevel-x64

WUClient-SelfUpdate-Core-TopLevel-x64

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The Updates that are being requested by WU have been superseded, with the exception of KB971033, KB976002, and latest WUA!!

The rest of the UL is current and up to date, and thanks for the comparison :)

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