tomasz86

.NET Framework for Windows NT 5.x (2000/XP/2003)

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Would 982524 replace 976576? Neither update mentions Windows 2000, though that doesn't necessarily mean all that much.

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Would 982524 replace 976576? Neither update mentions Windows 2000, though that doesn't necessarily mean all that much.

If you unpack the installer of 982524 you will see that it contains two updates - one for .NET 3.5 and one for .NET 2.0.

976576 is the one for .NET 2.0. Shortly speaking, 976576 is the same update as 982524 but only for .NET 2.0.

Windows 2000 is not mentioned but the updates can be installed on a 2000 system without any problems.

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Now I understand it. I replaced my copy of 982524 with 976576, since it's smaller and works only with .NET 2.0. On the page describing it (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976576), they link to a download of 982524. The only way I can see to get 976576 is through your link.

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Yes, this link is a very special one :lol: I found it somewhere here on this forum :)

I'm going to update this topic as new updates are released in the future.

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June 2011 Updates:

- KB2446704-v2 replaced by KB2518864

- KB2478658 added

- switchless installers updated

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Now I understand it. I replaced my copy of 982524 with 976576, since it's smaller and works only with .NET 2.0. On the page describing it (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976576), they link to a download of 982524. The only way I can see to get 976576 is through your link.

By the way, there is also another advantage of using 976576 instead of 982524. 976576 can be processed by Silent .NET Maker synthesized while 982524 cannot :)

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just ran HFSLIP -- I ran it with Bristols' list plus a few ancient ones of my own, where I can't see where ms replaced them.

hfslip built the iso and didn't return any error flags (does it have any?). Then I remembered that I forgot to add the .NET files, so I put your two files in /HF and ran it again.

when hfslip got to 2KDNF11SP1.exe (MD5 = 81eee1c8fdd87abb7332431d4e9d349e *2KDNF11SP1.exe, size is 11,648,346 bytes) it stopped hfslip, and produced a red(X) message

in case the image doesn't upload, the title is "2KDNF11SP1.EXE" and the message is "/Q is not a valid switch, Type 2KDNF11SP1.exe -h for help."

I clicked [ok]. hfslip resumed processing and built the iso. I haven't tried to build a system from it yet. Thought this might be of help.

highest regards ...

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Please read once again which folder you should use ;)

can be slipstreamed in HFSLIP from HFSVCPACK folder.
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whoops ... my bad! .. my bad!!

I reran hfslip and installed with .nets in HFSVCPACK

when I open control panel on the install, to check install/unistall programs, .net 1.1 shows up as uninstallable, but .net2.0 doesn't.

does that mean that .net2.0 didn't install? is there a quick way to tell? I don't want to uninstall it, just know it's installed.

sorry for my error ... tried to edit out the pic above but couldn't

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2KDNF11SP1.exe is a switchless installer for .NET 1.1 (+updates) only. Did you use the other one for .NET 2.0 too?

How does your HFSVCPACK folder look like?

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In the first post I described an easy way how to download all updates and switchless installers in just a few clicks. It should be much easier to do now comparing to manually downloading each update one by one ;)

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UPDATE

- KB2478658 replaced by KB2539631 (.NET Framework 2.0)

- .NET Framework 3.5 and switchless installers removed

I had to remove them as they apparently are against the rules of this board. I'm sorry :(

You can still very easily make switchless installers using Silent .NET Maker. Just remember to add "z" before "2" in the newer updates (ex. KB2539631 should be changed to KBz2539631).

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Today's update:

- KB2416447 replaced by KB2572067 (.NET 1.1)

- KB2572073 added (.NET 2.0)

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Hello. It's hard to see someone still maintaining a list of .NET Framework updates.

However, when I compare list of the updated files myself, I found something not mentioned on this thread:

- KB2572073 actually replaces an optional update called KB976569, which is a forward compatibility update for .NET 2.0.

- KB982167 is replaced by the combination of KB2418241 and KB2539631. In fact KB982167 is an update rollup that consists of KB976765 and KB980773, each replaced by KB2418241 and KB2539631 respectively. (Strangly enough, KB982167 is still offered by the Windows Update; I don't know why.)

Perhaps tomasz86 would add such info into the post?

EDIT: Correcting a typo. It's KB976765 (not KB979765)

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Thanks :thumbup

I updated the first post:

- KB982167 replaced by KB2418241 & KB2539631.

By the way, do you perhaps have a full .NET 3.0-3.5 updates list too? I'd appreciate such a list a lot :)

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By the way, do you perhaps have a full .NET 3.0-3.5 updates list too? I'd appreciate such a list a lot :)

Sorry for late reply.

I do not actively check the .NET 3.5 updates now, so my list about these updates might be outdated.

My computer have Windows XP and .NET 3.5 SP1, so anyone using .NET 3.0 (only) might get additional updates not mentioned below.

Anyway, here's the list: (last update 2012-05-09)

Updates | Patched component | Notes

(All .NET 2.0 SP2 updates are needed for .NET 3.5 SP1) | ndp2.0sp2 |

KB958481 (Download x86 x64 IA64) | ndp2.0sp2 | Note 1

KB958483 (Download x86 x64) | ndp3.0sp2 | Note 1

KB976769-v2 (Download) | ndp3.0sp2 | Note 2

KB977354 (Download) | ndp3.0sp2 | Note 3

KB2604110 (MS12-035, Download) | ndp3.0sp2 |

KB2656407 (MS12-034, Download) | ndp3.0sp2 |

KB958484 (Download x86 x64) | ndp3.5sp1 | Note 1

KB963707 (Download) | ndp3.5sp1 |

KB2657424 (MS11-100, Download) | ndp3.5sp1 |

KB2604111 (MS12-035, Download) | ndp3.5sp1 |

Note 1: KB958481, KB958483, and KB958484 are offered to people who did a fresh install of .NET 3.5 SP1 . Those who updated from 3.5 to 3.5 SP1 (via KB951847) do not need these updates. These should be installed in this order: KB958481 -> KB958483 -> KB958484.

Note 2: KB976769-v2 is contained in KB982168 so install KB982168 instead. (The rest of the KB982168 update is the same as KB982167 -- containing KB976765 and KB980773 which are both replaced)

Note 3: KB982524 contains KB977354 but KB977354 may be downloaded separately. (The file name says NDP30SP2-KB977354-v2-x86.exe but the "v2" word does not appear in the update list after installation.)

Update 2012-03-12 : Removed KB953595 - this hotfix is included in the .NET 3.5 installer.

Update 2012-05-09 : May 2012 Patch Tuesday. Add KB2604110, KB2656407 and KB2604111.

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Thank you for all information about these updates :)

I'll try to update the list for .NET 2.0 and also add .NET 3.5 updates as soon as possible.

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So is this the right order after a 3.5 SP1 install?

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1

Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 KB958481-x86
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 KB979909-x86
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 KB2518864-x86
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 KB2572073-x86
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 KB2633880-x86
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 KB2656352-x86

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 SP2 KB958483-x86

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 KB958484-x86
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 KB963707-x86
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 KB982168-x86
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 KB982524-x86
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 KB2657424-x86

(+3.5 SP1 Language pack)

I would probably make an add-on, or integration to XP install, as installing 3.5 SP1 with its KB alone takes up more than half an hour to complete.

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Hi,

I have same KB like you, except :

- KB953595 (old update ? because files in this KB are oldest that the files present in my system)

- KB977354-v2 (old update ? I think not necessary)

I also have :

NDP20SP2-KB976569 (if you have .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and 4.0)

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KB953595 and KB977354-v2 are in Explorer09's list in his post, that's why I added them

He also mentioned about NDP20SP2-KB976569 being superseeded by KB2572073 in this other post.

So, what should we do?

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Hi,

- I found on the net that KB982524 supersede KB977354(-v2), but I can't confirm (no info on microsoft website)

- KB953595 definitively not necessary

- I can't confirm that KB976569 being superseeded by KB2572073 (no info on microsoft website)

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