Mim0

The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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new update-list for XP:

2011-10-28
- Added: KB887606 (MSXML uses cached credentials incorrectly)
- Added: KB888111 (High Definition Audio class driver 1.0a)

I was really surprised that MSXML2 was on XP SP3. KB887606 sets the version a little bit higher.

KB888111 could avoid some audio problems.

Thx to Parseus for both.

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Mimo, 888111 is completely useless if you're on xpsp3 (it's already included)

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Mimo, 888111 is completely useless if you're on xpsp3 (it's already included)

It's true only for portcls.sys and hdaudbus.sys - the rest of files is not present on a clean XP SP3.

Edited by Parseus
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are you sure? Then why doesn't WU ask for it then?

Because it's a hotfix by request (HBR) :whistle:

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You guys are tenacious :)

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fixed file-checker extension for XP:

2011-10-31
- Fixed: Changed the folder of KB961742 (v3) from HF to HFSVCPACK_SW1

Thx for kooky for the solution and Parseus for remembering me and confirming that information. :blushing:

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new file-checker extension for Windows XP:

2011-11-08
- Added: KB2544893 (v2) (MS11-037: MHTML)
- Added: KB2616310 (MS11-086: Active Directory)
- Removed: KB2544893 (MS11-037: MHTML, replaced by KB2544893-v2)
- Removed: KB982000 (MS10-068: Local Security Authority Subsystem Service, replaced by KB2616310)

HFSLIPFC v.2011/05/10 with XP-update-list v.2011/11/08

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thx mimo!

BTW, 888111 is NOT intended for XPSP3. It will refuse to install if running XPSP3. The KB article specifically mentions SP1 and SP2, but NOT SP3.

Where did you get 2616310? MU is not asking for it. Only 2544893 and MRT (which you seem to have forgotten all about)

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thx mimo!

BTW, 888111 is NOT intended for XPSP3. It will refuse to install if running XPSP3. The KB article specifically mentions SP1 and SP2, but NOT SP3.

That's probably because it had been created before SP3 came out and hasn't been updates since then ;)

Still, these files WILL be copied when you slipstream it in HFSLIP. It's only the manual installation that won't work (without modifying the update.inf file).

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Hi jvidal,

BTW, 888111 is NOT intended for XPSP3. It will refuse to install if running XPSP3. The KB article specifically mentions SP1 and SP2, but NOT SP3.

Yes, but Parseus noticed that it fixes audio problems (and it's just a hotfix which will not be listed by default by the file-checker)

Where did you get 2616310? MU is not asking for it. Only 2544893 and MRT (which you seem to have forgotten all about)

I frequently look into the download-center (new downloads) and there I found it.

And MSRT... I didn't forgot it but yesterday evening - when I updated the XP-list and file-checker - the new MSRT was not released. :)

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Hey, mimo, new flash player, this time is v. 11.1.102.55.

bye!

I'll make a cab ASAP, i'm kinda tired right now...

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KB2616310 is not part of a stock XP.
Hey, mimo, new flash player, this time is v. 11.1.102.55.

Thx you both! :)

new file-checker-extension for XP:

2011-11-11
- Added: Adobe Flash Player 11.0.1.152
- Removed: Adobe Flash Player 11.0.1.152
- Removed: KB2616310 (MS11-086: Active Directory, not part of a standard Windows XP)

HFSLIPFC v.2011/05/10 with XP-update-list v.2011/11/11

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Mimo, about 2616310. It replaces 982000, which -for some reason- we were including in the mix. So, I wouldn't rush into removing it just yet. If it replaces an already used update, we should first check the need for 982000 and then decide if 2616310 is needed or not.

At least you should re-add 982000 to the list (since 2616310 replaced it).

We really need to know if 982000 is really needed or not.

just my $2 cents.

Oh, and thx for the new ver.

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