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The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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Parseus has updated the file-checker extension for Windows 2000:

2012-02-19
- added:
* KB832414
* KB888609
* KB890830-v4.5
* KB914783-943729
* KB935839-v5b
* KB936357
* KB950982-960071-961451
* KB953024-970063
* KB959334
* KB971913
* KB973904-v3
* KBz2575928
* KBz2584146
* KBz2584577
* KBz2585542-v2
* KBz2598479
* KBz2603381
* KBz2618451
* KBz2631813
* Windows Script 5.8-v2
- added obsoleted:
* KB890830-v4.4 (replaced by KB890830-v4.5)
* KB921606 (replaced by KB973904-v3)
* KBz2585542 (replaced by KBz2585542-v2)
- removed:
* KB890830-v4.3 (replaced by KB890830-v4.5)
* KB960071 (replaced by KB950982-960071-961451)
* KB961451 (replaced by KB950982-960071-961451)
* KB968006 (replaced by KB971913)
* KBz2506212 (replaced by KBz2584577)
* KBz2562937 (replaced by KBz2618451)
* Windows Script 5.8-v1 (replaced by WScript 5.8-v2)
- changed folder for KB952069

Download: HFSLIPFC v.2011/11/16 with Windows2000-update-list v.2012/02/19

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Great :thumbup

As for IE8-WindowsXP-KB2647516-x86-KOR.exe, this is my full log:


-----------------------------------------------------------
Running HFSLIPFC v.2011/11/16 at N 2012-02-19 14:04:32,81
-----------------------------------------------------------
not found (O): HFGUIRUNONCE\messenger.msi (Windows Messenger 5.1)
not found (O): HF\Windows-KB909520-v1.000-x86-KOR.exe (Base Smartcard-Cryptography Service Provider Package)
not found (H): HFSVCPACK_SW1\windowsxp-kb976002-v5-x86-enu.exe (Browser-choice for EU-countries)
not found (O): HF\WindowsXP-KB905474-KOR-x86.exe (Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications)
not found (O): HF\WindowsXP-KB2647516-x86-KOR.exe (Empty dialog when opening 'Organize Favorites' from Windows Explorer)
Found MS09-053: FTP Service for Internet Information Services (HF\WindowsXP-KB975254-x86-KOR.EXE): For KB975254 you need HFSLIP 1.7.10 beta D or newer
Found Security Advisory 2269637: Library Loading (HF\WindowsXP-KB2264107-x86-KOR.exe): Read KB2264107 how to set the new registry key CWDIllegalInDllSearch to change the behavior of loading DLLs.
Found Remove the CWD from the DLL search order (HFSVCPACK\WindowsXP-KB2264107-x86.reg): Highest protection against "DLL Hijacking" but can cause problems with some apps. Read KB2264107.
Found User Profile Hive Cleanup Service 1.6g (HFSVCPACK_SW1\UPHClean-Setup.msi): Ensure that this is really v1.6g
Found High Definition Audio class driver 1.0a (HF\kb888111xpsp2.exe): Ensure that the language is correct.
Found Windows Media Player 11 (HF\wmp11-windowsxp-x86-KO-KR.exe): When getting problems during text-mode copy-phase, extract the WMP11-installer manually to HF/WMP11

I've got IE8-WindowsXP-KB2647516... in HF. Should I include both? :unsure:

Edited by tomasz86
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By the way, Mim0, why does 'SmartCard_XP_x86.exe' have to be renamed to 'WindowsXP-KB952013-x86-XXX.exe'? Is there any particular reason for this?

IIRC, renaming this update allows HFSLIP for some reason to slipstream it from HF folder instead of HFSVCPACK_SW1.

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IIRC, renaming this update allows HFSLIP for some reason to slipstream it from HF folder instead of HFSVCPACK_SW1.

Are you sure it's necessary? HFSLIP will slipstream any update even if you name it abcd.exe unless its structure is non-standard.

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IIRC, renaming this update allows HFSLIP for some reason to slipstream it from HF folder instead of HFSVCPACK_SW1.

Are you sure it's necessary? HFSLIP will slipstream any update even if you name it abcd.exe unless its structure is non-standard.

I read about it here, but I don't know if the current version of HFSLIP handles it without the need for renaming it. Somebody should test that.

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I've got IE8-WindowsXP-KB2647516... in HF. Should I include both? :unsure:

both? do you mean HF\WindowsXP-KB2647516-x86-KOR.exe and HF\IE8-WindowsXP-KB2647516-x86-KOR.exe? Yes, you should! :)
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hi,

@mim0 I've included Q282784_WXP_SP1_x86_ENU.exe in HF folder. it's qfecheck.exe. but file checker says it's unknown. could you add this to list?

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@mim0 I've included Q282784_WXP_SP1_x86_ENU.exe in HF folder. it's qfecheck.exe. but file checker says it's unknown. could you add this to list?

Probably you could do it as I do it for additional updates which are not on the list:

I modified my file-checker INI in the following way:

Open it and go to the WIN-section, and add additional update(s):

...
-------------------------------------------------
! Additional updates for Windows XP SP3
-------------------------------------------------
+WIN
S|HF\Q282784_WXP_SP1_x86_ENU.exe|Qfecheck.exe
-
...

Edited by Mim0
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I've got IE8-WindowsXP-KB2647516... in HF. Should I include both? :unsure:

both? do you mean HF\WindowsXP-KB2647516-x86-KOR.exe and HF\IE8-WindowsXP-KB2647516-x86-KOR.exe? Yes, you should! :)

Thank you :) but if both non IE8 and IE8 versions are needed then why is it:

wBmWj.png? :angel

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@mim0 I've included Q282784_WXP_SP1_x86_ENU.exe in HF folder. it's qfecheck.exe. but file checker says it's unknown. could you add this to list?

Probably you could do it as I do it for additional updates which are not on the list:

I modified my file-checker INI in the following way:

Open it and go to the WIN-section, and add additional update(s):

...
-------------------------------------------------
! Additional updates for Windows XP SP3
-------------------------------------------------
+WIN
S|HF\Q282784_WXP_SP1_x86_ENU.exe|Qfecheck.exe
-
...

waow. that's way really very good for additional updates.:thumbup thanks.

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...

Thank you :) but if both non IE8 and IE8 versions are needed then why is it:

wBmWj.png? :angel

Your example is taken from table 2 (security updates). But if you're using IE8 (together with IE8-WindowsXP-KB2647516-x86-XXX.exe), then WindowsXP-KB2647516-x86-XXX.exe is not a security-update but more a fix for the favorites-bug.

But if you go to Table 4 (non-sec updates for IE), you will find WindowsXP-KB2647516-x86-XXX.exe for IE8.

Probably it's not the most intuitive solution... :rolleyes:

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I uploaded the refreshed file-checker extension from Parseus for Windows 2000:

2012-02-19b (thanks tomasz86)
- added:
* DirectX 9.0c Full Pack (unofficial June 2010 version for Windows 2000)
* registry fix for KB834158
* KB901377
- removed:
* KB822834 (replaced by KB834423)
* KB884872 (can't be slipstreamed)
* KB975713 (replaced by IE cumulative update for IE5/6)
* IE6 install files for WScript 5.6 (replaced by installers for WScript 5.6/5.7/5.8)
- added hints for:
* KB838417
* KB976323
* Q886677
* XPS / WIC Full Pack
- WMP6.4 codecs are not superseded by WMP9 codecs now
- fixed typos for KB841029 and KBz2416400
- moved IE6 install files for WScript 5.6 to WScript 5.6 section

Download: HFSLIPFC v.2011/11/16 with Windows2000-update-list v.2012/02/19b

Edited by Mim0
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bad link:http://mimo.zxq.net/hfslip/hfslipfc-111116-2k120220.zip ->404 Page Not Found!

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