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steven4554

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

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When's SP2 expected?

Good question, the answer i don't know. But rumors are going round that the beta version could be released around the same time Windows 8 RP is released.

Additional guess work from me, we might also be getting a beta version of IE10, and .NET 4.5 RTM.

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Generally new .NET versions are not included in SP releases (even if theyre stable RTM releases). Why? - i have no idea. New .NET releases are only bundled with a new OS version (Windows 8 in this case). Not sure about IE10 tho...

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I've downloaded a Security update for the .NET Framework 4 (KB2604121).exe i know that you do not provide updates for any of the .Net Frameworks.My question is, is there any how to expand/extract that .exe file to .msu file?
For fully updated .NET 4 runtime please use ricktendo64-s updated installer that includes all .NET 4 Updates: http://www.wincert.n...86x64-5-8-2012/
This package contains the full version of the x86/x64 .NET Framework 4 installer including (SoLoR) updates already integrated. The reason its called "Slim" is because the original MSI installers were edited to remove unnecessary setup junk (special thanks to yumeyao, dumpydooby) this should save you 200+ MB of space on your HDD/SSD

TNX Tomorrow for the info ;)

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Generally new .NET versions are not included in SP releases (even if theyre stable RTM releases). Why? - i have no idea. New .NET releases are only bundled with a new OS version (Windows 8 in this case). Not sure about IE10 tho...

What i meant is that, MS will release .NET 4.5 RTM as a seperate installer for Windows 7 like they did for the DP and Beta versions.

And MS will be releasing IE10 for Windows 7.

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Thanks for the update, this is great and appreciate the work you do to keep it updated.

I've just downloaded the June updates and got the following message which you may want to look into:

Windows6.1-KB2621440-v2-x64.msu was not found on the remote server

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Thanks for the update, this is great and appreciate the work you do to keep it updated.

I've just downloaded the June updates and got the following message which you may want to look into:

Windows6.1-KB2621440-v2-x64.msu was not found on the remote server

Yeah, i'd mixed up with another update that went to version 2, sorry about that, it's now been corrected!:)

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Thanks Steven for another fast update.

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Here are two UL's that will let you download the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 with updates/drivers up to: 12th June 2012!

Howdy steven4554,

In process of building an unattended Win7 and I will use your latest update for SP1. But I noticed a few updates from your previous 08MAY list that are gone from the 12JUN list. Have these been superseded by new updates?

CRITICAL UPDATES:

KB2675157 (IE9 UPDATE)

KB2556532

IMPORTANT UPDATES:

KB2641690

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Yes these updates have been superseded by new versions, you can get the new updates in my latest ULZ's

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Hi to all friends. i have a question on this useful program. Here in italian section i not see any update list for seven both x86 x64. So why? http://www.windowsupdatesdownloader.com/UpdateLists.aspx

-Is there a way to integrate all italian updates from seven x64 post sp1 buddies. Thanks for help ;)

All updates in the Critical and Important sections of my lists are language neutral, which means they will work with all language versions of Windows 7.

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Hi to all friends. i have a question on this useful program. Here in italian section i not see any update list for seven both x86 x64. So why? http://www.windowsupdatesdownloader.com/UpdateLists.aspx

-Is there a way to integrate all italian updates from seven x64 post sp1 buddies. Thanks for help ;)

All updates in the Critical and Important sections of my lists are language neutral, which means they will work with all language versions of Windows 7.

Thanks ;)

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Hi,

I thought I would complete the rest of the Language Packs for Windows 7 SP1

- have changed the product name and service pack name to get the status colour to work correctly

- also corrected the filename for Windows6.1-KB2483139-x86-en-us.exe

Win7-SP1-x86-Lang.ulz

Win7-SP1-x64-Lang.ulz

Feel free to include with future download lists.

Cheers.

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Hi,

I thought I would complete the rest of the Language Packs for Windows 7 SP1

- have changed the product name and service pack name to get the status colour to work correctly

- also corrected the filename for Windows6.1-KB2483139-x86-en-us.exe

Feel free to include with future download lists.

Cheers.

Thanks for doing this, i've added a link on the first post, for anyone interested in downloading.:)

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Thanks Steven for another fast update.

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How do you open or get these to work? It does not say in first post? Thanks.

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How do you open or get these to work? It does not say in first post? Thanks.
You need Windows Updates Downloader 2.50 Build 1002. The website for it is down (on sale by the looks of it), but the program can still be downloaded from various places. Silmple google search will help you. After you've downloaded and installed it you can just doubleclick the .ulz files to add them and then open the program. Edited by Tomorrow
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Thanks Steven for keeping this updated, really appreciate it.:thumbup

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HI

When I want to open the ulz file with USBlyzer it gives me error:

The log xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx apears to be dameged or corrupted

what should i do??

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You need to use Windows Update Downloader to be able make use of my update lists, and you can use 7-zip to extract what's inside the ulz, and open it in notepad.

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an absolute livesaver when you have to do 3+ installs a day. Thanks mate!

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Hi, can i ask you where i can find updates for Win7 x64 SP1 PRO CSY, if any chance to get this windows-7-sp1-x64-csy.ulz

I can not find anywhere, only for english version.

Thanks very much.

Shock78

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Hi, can i ask you where i can find updates for Win7 x64 SP1 PRO CSY, if any chance to get this windows-7-sp1-x64-csy.ulz

I can not find anywhere, only for english version.

Thanks very much.

Shock78

There is no need for a seperate update list, as most of the updates will work on any language version of windows 7.

Granted, there are a few updates or products that are english only, but i have no plans to make the additional update lists, sorry!

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