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catman915

installing updates downloaded from ulz files

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I'm new to this and wpould appreciate being pointed to a procedure for installing all the updates and .exe's that rt7 produced. Thanks

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I'm new to this and wpould appreciate being pointed to a procedure for installing all the updates and .exe's that rt7 produced. Thanks

You can try using this tool created by burf on MDL forums: http://www.mediafire.com/?den6o4y1f34q68e

What the tool does is help to install all the Windows Updates that you have downloaded in one go, just follow the onscreen instructions when launched.

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I'm new to this and wpould appreciate being pointed to a procedure for installing all the updates and .exe's that rt7 produced. Thanks

You can try using this tool created by burf on MDL forums: http://www.mediafire.com/?den6o4y1f34q68e

What the tool does is help to install all the Windows Updates that you have downloaded in one go, just follow the onscreen instructions when launched.

Hi.

Can you reupload it?

I what to batch install all updates so this would be a usefull tool.

Imagine I've installed some of the critical updates on my win 7 x64 machine. If I have all the updates in one folder, is there any tool that can install just the updates that I don't have installed?

thanks,

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