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steven4554

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

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Hi steven,

Right now I've downloaded all x86 updates and noticed that -KB947821-v10 is >100MB :whistle:

Do we really need that one?

Regards

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no, this "update" is required if you have issues installing other Windows Updates or changing WindowsFeatures in the Control panel.

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According to my SP1 installation, when I check for updates, KB947821 not appear in my list. On the other hand, the security update .NET Framework 3.5.1 KB2446710 appearing More info.

Regarding KB2475792 it is replaced by KB2510531 More Info

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According to my SP1 installation, when I check for updates, KB947821 not appear in my list. On the other hand, the security update .NET Framework 3.5.1 KB2446710 appearing More info.

Regarding KB2475792 it is replaced by KB2510531 More Info

KB947821 is not really an update, it only checks and fixes files, and i no longer provide updates to both .net frameworks and IE8.

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Thanks Steven, have recently slipped Sp1 to my source & will begin to update that now.

OK just successfully integrated the 22 post SP1 updates & working well no issues.

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Thanks a bunch for this list

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Found this on Softpedia about Windows 7 SP2 Beta. As for everyone thanking me, your welcome and glad to help.:)

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wonder which will be first, service pack 2 or windows 8 :yes:

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wonder which will be first, service pack 2 or windows 8 :yes:

My predictions:-

1) Windows 7 SP2 Beta - Mid-June after patch tuesday

2) Windows 8 Beta - August or September

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steven4554: thank you very much for this; I really appreciate it.

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Sorry I am new here to the site. I was trying to slipstream SP1 into 7 and make sure I had all the updates posted since SP1's release. After a short Google search I ended up here and found your file. I had a question....

1) how do I make use of the .ulz file? it's new to me.

Thanks in advance!

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use this tool:

to download the updates with the ulz file.

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Thank you very much for the super quick answer!

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You're welcome. I hope you like msfn.

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Thanks with your help I got exactly what I was trying to accomplish. I have a Windows 7 x64 Sp1 install that when finished doesn't do any auto updating. That way I can throw the DVD in, pick the drive and walk away. I can come back the next morning grab (2) .Net4 post updates and off I go. Thanks again!

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any something new?

this month

Yes, next week on patch tuesday, there will be:-

6 security updates for 32-bit

7 security updates for 64-bit

KB890830 updated to June 2011 for both x86 and x64

And i wouldn't be surprised to see 1 or 2 non-security updates for both versions.

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I just wanted to ask are you guys testing to see if any of these can be injected via mdt during the install process. I know I had issues in the past with some of the updates because they did something to the language files but this was pre-sp1. I just wanted to ensure the updates all work from a mdt deployment.

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