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crashed Windows 7 during install of WUD

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I'm looking for a method to update a Windows XP CD to all updates post SP3. Using nlite - integrated SP3 - and am now looking for a method of snagging all the required updates - easily - to have nlite integrate them. HFslip appears to be DEAD and have come across Windows Update Downloader.

Downloaded WUD250B1002Setup.exe from here: http://www.windowsupdatesdownloader.com/ProgramFiles.aspx

Partway through the install it seemed to hang (Windows 7 SP1 32 bit on an SSD) - should have taken mere seconds - and then the system completely CRASHED to BIOS. Took 4 tries to get Windows to boot as it rebooted at the Starting Windows or hung there. There is no indication as to which OS's this program will run on. Dare I try again??? or is there a more reliable method I haven't found yet?

Thanks, Ross

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WUD seems out of date - last entry for Windows XP Service Pack 3 x86 is 2010-03-11 ...... that's almost 2 years now

looking at RyanVM's Windows XP Post-SP3 Update Pack - Version 1.0.3 - Released January 18, 2009 .... that's 3 years ago now.

WOW XP is considered dun and gone eh.

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finding more info all the time:

HFSlip has dates to 12- 2011 in the tables here ... seems current - but how to get these as a whole?

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xable.net has a current XP SP3 Update Pack Download here

Released: 10:36 15 December 2011

Version: v2.0.19

Size: 26.7 MB

MD5: A9AD32EB0A08953569D6613843432ED7

Download: XUpdatePack-SP3-v2.0.19.7z

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Thanks to steven4554

Here is a update list that will let you download Windows XP Service Pack 3 with updates/drivers up to: December 13th, 2011!

It's winxp-sp3-x86-enu.ulz , which I presume is to be used with Windows Update Downloader

.... do I have the nerve to try and install WUD? <shutter>

I'm looking for a method to update a Windows XP CD to all updates post SP3. Using nlite - integrated SP3 - and am now looking for a method of snagging all the required updates - easily - to have nlite integrate them. HFslip appears to be DEAD and have come across Windows Update Downloader.

Downloaded WUD250B1002Setup.exe from here: http://www.windowsupdatesdownloader.com/ProgramFiles.aspx

Partway through the install it seemed to hang (Windows 7 SP1 32 bit on an SSD) - should have taken mere seconds - and then the system completely CRASHED to BIOS. Took 4 tries to get Windows to boot as it rebooted at the Starting Windows or hung there. There is no indication as to which OS's this program will run on. Dare I try again??? or is there a more reliable method I haven't found yet?

Thanks, Ross

edits

WUD seems out of date - last entry for Windows XP Service Pack 3 x86 is 2010-03-11 ...... that's almost 2 years now

looking at RyanVM's Windows XP Post-SP3 Update Pack - Version 1.0.3 - Released January 18, 2009 .... that's 3 years ago now.

WOW XP is considered dun and gone eh.

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added XUpdatePack-SP3-v2.0.19.7z to Hotfixes in nLite - added all when compiling iso

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xable.net has a current XP SP3 Update Pack Download here

Released: 10:36 15 December 2011

Version: v2.0.19

Size: 26.7 MB

MD5: A9AD32EB0A08953569D6613843432ED7

Download: XUpdatePack-SP3-v2.0.19.7z

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I'm looking for a method to update a Windows XP CD to all updates post SP3. Using nlite [...]

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Partway through the install it seemed to hang (Windows 7 SP1 32 bit on an SSD) - should have taken mere seconds - and then the system completely CRASHED to BIOS. Took 4 tries to get Windows to boot as it rebooted at the Starting Windows or hung there. There is no indication as to which OS's this program will run on. Dare I try again??? or is there a more reliable method I haven't found yet?

It is impossible that installing WUD would have crashed Windows. It is most likely that you have a hardware or driver issue with your computer. I hope you are able to resolve your issue.

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