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#1526
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Hummm this not right ... If the .ini file is setup for IE6 ...there is not one ..

 

missing (S): HF\WindowsXP-KB2909210-x86-ENU.exe (MS14-011: VBScript Scripting Engine)

 

there is a a ...

 

IE8-WindowsXP-KB2909210-x86-ENU.exe

 

When clicking on the link for IE6 ... it goes to WindowsXP-KB2909212-x86-ENU

 

I think this is a typo error. It also shows a unkown file... unknown: HF\WindowsXP-KB2909212-x86-ENU.exe


Edited by bigdb, 02 March 2014 - 10:37 AM.



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thx for the info. I will fix it!!



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new file-checker for XP:
2014-02-15
- Added: KB2916036 (MS14-005: Microsoft XML Core Services 3)
- Added: KB2909921 (MS14-010: Internet Explorer)
- Added: KB2909212 (MS14-011: VBScript Scripting Engine)
- Added: KB890830 (Malicious Software Removal Tool 5.9.9902.0)
- Added: Adobe Flash Player 12.0.0.70
- Removed: KB2898785 (MS13-097: Internet Explorer, replaced by KB2909921)
- Removed: KB2719985 (MS12-043: Microsoft XML Core Services, MSXML 3 & 6, replaced by KB2916036 and KB2757638
- Removed: KB890830 (Malicious Software Removal Tool 5.8.9803.0)
- Removed: Adobe Flash Player 12.0.0.38

Download: http://hfslip.alterv...06-xp140225.zip

 

1. KB2655992 is replaced by KB2832214 - TLS, schannel.dll, thanks to dziubek:

http://www.msfn.org/...30#entry1065798

...but I can't find any info about KB2832214 on Microsoft site :|

 

2. Don't mark KB961118 (Printer Update) as obsolete since it's already fixed in HFSLIP beta versions:

"Jun 11, 2013 - Remove redundant START /WAIT commands. [...] Fix integrating KB942288, KB961118 catalog files."

 

Thx also for this. I will add the infos. 2832214 seems to be a hotfix by request



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new file-checker for XP:

2014-03-05
- Fixed: file-name of KB2909212 (MS14-011: VBScript Scripting Engine, IE6)

Download:  http://hfslip.alterv...06-xp140305.zip

 

Thx to bigdb!!!

 

other pending changes are coming asap!



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new file-checker for XP:

2014-03-05
- Fixed: file-name of KB2909212 (MS14-011: VBScript Scripting Engine, IE6)

Download:  http://hfslip.alterv...06-xp140305.zip

 

Thx to bigdb!!!

 

other pending changes are coming asap!

 

 

Works like a charm :) Thanks!



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Could someone post the XP file-checker here for me to download? Despite multiple attempts over many days I am unable to access Mim0's site now, whether starting from hfslip.tk or going directly to the altervista address. It's as though the addresses are being blocked, but I have no evidence of that. Thanks in advance.



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Try again with the link in Mim0's sig - http://hfslip.altervista.org/

 

I couldn't find a browser where it didn't work just fine.  And the download link can be found on this page - http://hfslip.alterv...filechecker.htm

 

If you are having a problem accessing it, then you really need to figure out why, rather than getting someone else to post the file for you.  I would guess it is something in your firewall or AV settings, your HOSTS files, or your DNS (I use OpenDNS).

 

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Yes, I understand, sorry for breach of etiquette.  I am not especially savvy anymore and wouldn't have asked except that I have already tried and failed many times with different browsers; never had any problems before; and haven't knowingly changed anything myself. Checked firewall and HOSTS (found nothing) before asking. Also tried different computers with no luck. Will keep looking but at this point I'm guessing I will have to give up. With XP so near support EOL I had hoped it wouldn't be too much of a bother to get one or two files here. Best regards.



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Getting Mim0's file is not a big deal, I can up it for you, and it is not an etiquette issue, but I really think that the fact that you can't get to his site is a much bigger issue that you really need to solve first.  Otherwise, you will likely still have the issue with your updated system.  You say you have tried with multiple computers and multiple browsers.  Are they all the same OS, all run from your home, (ie same router), etc?  If one of your systems is a laptop, can you take it to a friend's house and try there, and if that fails try their computer?  I'm trying to help you think if there might be some common element between all of the computers and browsers that you have tried that might somehow be the problem.

 

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I'm old, poor, and disabled. I only have my usual browser (Firefox) and IE installed, but for OS I can use either XP Pro or 2K Pro, and I have tried those various combinations on three different computers. All are in my house and so on this side of the same router. Have tried changing DNS to OpenDNS and then flushing DNS cache per your previous post ... same result. Every other website I visit, I have no problem, but each time I try to access Mim0's site with Firefox, for example, I get a timeout error saying the server is taking too long to respond. Similar error message using IE. Don't have laptop and honestly, don't have any friends. Hoped to use the file checker a couple more times, i.e. until after last patch Tuesday, so now not being able to browse there but able to browse everywhere else I need to, it's debatable what is the bigger problem, but for your help and suggestions I'm grateful. Afraid of going off-topic though.



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So it sounds like you might be able to resolve this through a router setting.
 
In the meantime, use this - -:-DELETED-:- - if it will help you out.  Please let me know once you have downloaded it and I will delete the link, or it will be deleted in 24 hours, whichever comes first.
 
Cheers and Regards


Edited by bphlpt, 07 March 2014 - 08:33 PM.

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Thank you kindly.  Was able to download just now, but for the previous 15 hours had to power due to ice storm overnight.  Kudos to the local power crews who got it restored so quickly in spite of widespread tree damage in my area.

 

Glad I checked back when I did.  Will investigate router issue(s) first chance I get.

 

Thanks again.  I wish you all the best.



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thx, mimo!

 

You still haven't fixed your site's address...



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Thank you kindly.


No problem. I'm old , poor and on disability myself. :)

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Mimo, new time zone update KB2935092 replaces previous one (I believe it's KB2904266)



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The KB2935092 time zone update does not seem to appear in the Windows Update list. It should be a hotfix, I think.

Anyway, March 2014 Patch Tuesday - 1 month before Windows XP and Office 2003 go EOL.

That means, the Patch Tuesday next month will be the last one for Windows XP, and we will say goodbye then.

KB2925418 | MS14-012| IE | 42219 42207 | replaces KB2909921 in MS14-010
KB2929961 | MS14-013 | qedit.dll | 42113 | replaces KB2845187 in MS13-056
KB2930275 | MS14-015 | win32k.sys | 42101 | replaces KB2893984 in MS13-101
(Update 2014-03-13: I forgot one update. This one is offered in WU but not in Automatic Updates)
KB931125 | optional | rootsupd.exe (March 2014) | 42092 | WGA Validation Required
(Update 2014-04-06: Add the KB2934207 nagware and it's download link)
KB2934207 | "high-priority" | EOS notification | ENU direct download | Nagware. Better hide this update rather than install it.

APSB14-08 | Adobe Flash Player 12.0.0.77
 
No updates for Office 2003. Not even OUTLFLTR update (but there is one for Outlook 2007).

Edited by Explorer09, 05 April 2014 - 10:27 PM.


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1 month. XP goes  EOL on apr 8.

 

about TZ update, Whatever it is, it's required for us in Chile (the gov. again changed the daylight saving schedule) or else you get the wrong time.

 

And, BTW, WU is also asking for KB2934207, an  update that notifies the user about XP's EOS.


Edited by jvidal, 12 March 2014 - 08:29 PM.


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1 month. XP goes  EOL on apr 8.
 
about TZ update, Whatever it is, it's required for us in Chile (the gov. again changed the daylight saving schedule) or else you get the wrong time.
 
And, BTW, WU is also asking for KB2934207, an  update that notifies the user about XP's EOS.


I would better avoid the KB2934207 update, or find a registry workaround for that. Like MSRT, it's not worth slipstreaming. (http://forum.thinkpa...hp?f=8&t=113436)

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No workaround. Already tried when it came out a week or so ago.. It needs the binary in system32. It only runs once or you can choose the delete the things that make it run and it will never run. Will just sit there in system32 making WU happy.

 

EDIT: There hasn't been a workaround for MSRT for ages. It stopped relying on the registry entry alone and started looking for the binary too.


Edited by -X-, 12 March 2014 - 11:01 PM.

Download all Windows XP Post SP3 High-Priority Updates with a simple double click @ xdot.tk post-12166-0-42859000-1399044129.png ]
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It's just to keep WU quiet (about 2934207).

 

Also, there's a new rootsupd.exe (KB931125) (march 2014).



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It's just to keep WU quiet (about 2934207).
 
Also, there's a new rootsupd.exe (KB931125) (march 2014).


I've added KB931125 to my list already.

As for KB2934207, it didn't offer to me when I checked it, so I don't know what to do.

Can anyone who got this update provide a direct download link so I can do some experiment to it? (Just use Wireshark to get the HTTP packets and grab the URL from inside them.)

Edited by Explorer09, 14 March 2014 - 09:31 PM.


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It's just to keep WU quiet (about 2934207).
 
Also, there's a new rootsupd.exe (KB931125) (march 2014).


I've added KB931125 to my list already.

As for KB2934207, it didn't offer to me when I checked it, so I don't know what to do.

Can anyone who got this update provide a direct download link so I can do some experiment to it? (Just use Wireshark to get the HTTP packets and grab the URL from inside them.)

 

 

Microsoft did not provide a link to download the patch. At least I have not found. So I created the addon with the files installed on my system.

http://support.micro....com/kb/2934207

I'm using the INF file below to disable the notification. Is working well.

INF contents:

[Version]

Signature=$Windows NT$

Class=Base

 

[DefaultInstall.NT]

DelReg=ShotA.new

AddReg=ShotB.new,ShotB.changed

 

[ShotA.new]

 

[ShotB.new]

HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion","DisableEOSNotification",0x10001,1

HKCU,"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion","DisableEOSNotification",0x10001,1

 

CMD contents:

start /wait rundll32.exe setupapi,InstallHinfSection DefaultInstall 132 %systemdrive%\TWEAKS\DisableEOSNotification.inf

 

Put the INF file in folder:

$OEM$\$1\TWEAKS

And the CMD file to run it in the directory:

$OEM$\$Docs\Default User\Menu Iniciar\Programas\Inicializar

 

Attached files: https://www.mediafir...1ye91sno18aig1j


Edited by SunLion, 16 March 2014 - 02:04 PM.


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Every other website I visit, I have no problem, but each time I try to access Mim0's site with Firefox, for example, I get a timeout error saying the server is taking too long to respond.

 

So it sounds like you might be able to resolve this through a router setting.

 

Since I last wrote about not being able to access Mim0's website, I was able to access it fine for two days (3/14/14 and 3/15/14, I believe) even though I had made no changes to my computer nor gateway. Then, after those two days, the previous problem returned and has persisted since. That is, whether I try to browse to hfslip.tk or to hfslip.altervista.org, I get a long wait and then a timeout error saying the server is taking too long to respond. All other websites I visit are loading normally.

 

On the two days when I was able to access Mim0's site, I was browsing to hfslip.tk. The pages loaded so fast I didn't notice whether or not I was being redirected to altervista, but after the pages finished loading the address bar still showed hfslip.tk.

 

In the next day or so I may have a chance to try again via a different computer/ISP. Failing that, though, does anyone have any ideas what my problem might be?

 

Thanks in advance.



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Since I last wrote about not being able to access Mim0's website, I was able to access it fine for two days (3/14/14 and 3/15/14, I believe) even though I had made no changes to my computer nor gateway. Then, after In the next day or so I may have a chance to try again via a different computer/ISP. Failing that, though, does anyone have any ideas what my problem might be?

 

Your "problem" is very simple and common, becasue it's not your problem - the problem is with Mim0 site/hosting.

It's getting better, but I also had some issues - bphlpt IMHO is wrong.



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It's getting better, but I also had some issues - bphlpt IMHO is wrong.

 
That often occurs. :)  Without his being able to test using a different location there is no way to know for sure.  I guess when he can't get access to mim0's site he could use - http://www.downforev...neorjustme.com/ - or other sites like it to verify if it is indeed just him or if the site is really unavailable.
 
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