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Killjoy

Problems with KB2564958

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Hi to all.

I'm using updates form-X- package and simply couldn't integrate hotfix KB2564958 for/in Windows XP x86.

I've tried to use nLite or Rvm.

Every time when I "test" Windows through Virtual BOX, Windows Update reports that hotfix as available for installation.

First, there was a problem with the name of hotfix. Mistake from M-Soft.

After that, problem was the same.

Any solutions, opinions please???

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What problem with the name?

That update runs from svcpack so there should be an entry in add-remove programs when show updates is checked. Can you confirm?

Also check for uiautomationcore.dll in system32

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What problem with the name?

That update runs from svcpack so there should be an entry in add-remove programs when show updates is checked. Can you confirm?

Also check for uiautomationcore.dll in system32

You didn't understand. Using nLite, KB2564958 WON'T integrate into Windows at all.

Every other hotfix from YOUR package is integrated, only that (KB2564958) is making problem.

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Does nLite report an error?

Can you attach your last session.ini

Download it again and replace the one you have been using. http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/9/A/79A50443-29E8-406C-BD1D-37E975BA3113/WindowsXP-KB2564958-X86-ENU.exe

No errors reported.

That one you gave me is identical with the one that I have. I've downloaded that hotfix at least 100 times.

nLite says after integration: The installation grew 0,01MB.

Right now, I'm going to install VirtualBOX and test that Windows.

I'm slipstreaming these hotfixes, in 3 or 4 sessions.

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Btw, I'm using Windows XP SP3 clean for integration of hotfixes.

At first, that was ONLY Windows XP.

I've slipstreamed SP1, than SP2 and SP3 at the end.

Last Session.ini

Edited by Yzöwl
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You should be doing everything in one go. Except the SP. That can be done at the beginning by itself then save that as your clean source. Make a copy of it and work on the copy.

You only need to integrate SP3 not 1, 2, and 3. SP3 has everything in 1 and 2.

Look in your i386 folder for a file named SVCPACK.IN_. Please attach it to your next post. Also look for uiautomationcore.dll, oleacc.dll and oleaccrc.dll in your i386 folder.

nLite says after integration: The installation grew 0,01MB.
That's wrong. It should grow by about a MB when only doing that update.
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You should be doing everything in one go. Except the SP. That can be done at the beginning by itself then save that as your clean source. Make a copy of it and work on the copy.

You only need to integrate SP3 not 1, 2, and 3. SP3 has everything in 1 and 2.

I have that Windows 9 years. SP2 was not available back than. So, I've slipstreamed Sp1, than Sp2 and in 2008 Sp3.

Look in your i386 folder for a file named SVCPACK.IN_. Please attach it to your next post. Also look for uiautomationcore.dll, oleacc.dll and oleaccrc.dll in your i386 folder.

All three files are in RAR.

Download from here http://www.mediafire.com/?o554ki5v1ppad7k.

By the way, I'm integrating files in 3 sessions.

I've separated hotfixes on those with NON DIRECT integration and others. Only that.

Dx, DotNET and others are also integrated after hotfixes.

Edited by Killjoy
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Here's your problem....

svcpack.inf

[setupHotfixesToRun]

kb942288-v3.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3qfe

kb971513.exe /q /n /z /o

kb898461.exe /q /n /z /o

KB973685.EXE /quiet

kb2570947.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3gdr

kb2603381.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3gdr

kb2633952.exe /q /n /z /o

kb2661637.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3gdr

kb2647518.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3gdr

directx32.exe

WUA.exe /quiet /norestart

AVC89.EXE -gm2 -ai

AVC10.EXE -gm2 -ai

There should be a kb2564958.exe /q /n /z /o line there along with the binary, KB2564958.exe, in the svcpack folder.

Start over with a fresh copy of your XP source and do everything in one go and check that those 2 things are there.

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Here's your problem....

svcpack.inf

[setupHotfixesToRun]

kb942288-v3.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3qfe

kb971513.exe /q /n /z /o

kb898461.exe /q /n /z /o

KB973685.EXE /quiet

kb2570947.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3gdr

kb2603381.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3gdr

kb2633952.exe /q /n /z /o

kb2661637.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3gdr

kb2647518.exe /q /n /z /o /b:sp3gdr

directx32.exe

WUA.exe /quiet /norestart

AVC89.EXE -gm2 -ai

AVC10.EXE -gm2 -ai

There should be a kb2564958.exe /q /n /z /o line there along with the binary, KB2564958.exe, in the svcpack folder.

Start over with a fresh copy of your XP source and do everything in one go and check that those 2 things are there.

You already told me about that here.

Fresh copy??? Where da hell should I find fresh copy of XP???

I have XP with SP3. Only that. My original disk is destroyed long time ago.

What do I have to do?

Trying to find "PURE" XP online??? You must be joking.

I'll try with the one I have.

EDIT:

Success!!! Only if I integrate that hotfix, not with the others, it's working. Installation grew 1,35MB.

But IF I integrate along with the others, that little prick is making problems.

STUPID Microsoft!!! Tnx man!

EDIT:

More problems on the way. Some hotfixes reporting something like "file is not present in ISO to be updated" etc.

Before fixing the problem with KB2564958, I didn't have problems with other hotfixes.

Btw, there are some conflicts between some hotfixes.

I'll try again all over from the beggining and post problems in pictures.

I MUST put some hotfixes in separate folder because in you "package" you don't have all of them, only "high risk" hotfixes, for example 971513.

You should check this out.

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Edited by Yzöwl
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I don't know what you are doing to cause all that. I just did a test run with only the files that UDC downloads/makes and it works perfectly(except I discovered a bug with KB977816).

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I MUST put some hotfixes in separate folder because in you "package" you don't have all of them, only "high risk" hotfixes, for example 971513.

You should check this out.

Those dialogs are expected. nLite is simply complaining that either (1) the file in the patch is not present in the CD, or (2) the file in the CD is newer than the patch.

EDIT: Wait a minute! Killjoy, you don't need the KB971513 as it was replaced by KB2564958. Remove KB971513 and you'll fix your problem.

Edited by Explorer09
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I get no such dialogs. He's adding who knows what and doing multiple nLite runs.

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I MUST put some hotfixes in separate folder because in you "package" you don't have all of them, only "high risk" hotfixes, for example 971513.

You should check this out.

Those dialogs are expected. nLite is simply complaining that either (1) the file in the patch is not present in the CD, or (2) the file in the CD is newer than the patch.

EDIT: Wait a minute! Killjoy, you don't need the KB971513 as it was replaced by KB2564958. Remove KB971513 and you'll fix your problem.

Really? I'll try. Tnx.

I get no such dialogs. He's adding who knows what and doing multiple nLite runs.

Oh yes! I've tried to do what you've said. Put all hotfixes together and try to integrate them all at once. About 30 errors poped-up.

OK???

I'm not doing anything special. Just trying to install all of them.

Look -X-, I'm just following your package.

How da hell should I know that 971513 is replaced by 2564958 IF you didn't wrote that on your "update" page???

There are no traces of 971513 there.

Edited by Killjoy
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No you are not following my package. If you did you wouldn't be having all these problems.

971513? Where did you get that? What makes you think that needs to be added? Is that a SP2 or SP1 or SP0 update? My website covers Windows XP SP3 high-priority updates only! It's impossible to list everything that one MIGHT add? I'm not a mind reader. Just add what's on my page and you will be fine. Why do you feel the need to add more? They are not needed!

Edited by -X-
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No you are not following my package. If you did you wouldn't be having all these problems.

971513? Where did you get that? What makes you think that needs to be added? Is that a SP2 or SP1 or SP0 update? My website covers Windows XP SP3 high-priority updates only! It's impossible to list everything that one MIGHT add? I'm not a mind reader. Just add what's on my page and you will be fine. Why do you feel the need to add more? They are not needed!

Well, first time when I was using YOUR updates, 971513 was shown under WINDOWS UPDATES in IE.

Here it is.

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IE hotfix, obviously is not integrated as it should be.

Also 923789 for Flash.

WHY???? I don't know and I don't even care.

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You didn't add them or something. Here are screenshots from my page.

KB2675157.png

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Well, first time when I was using YOUR updates, 971513 was shown under WINDOWS UPDATES in IE.

I find that hard to believe. Just look at the KB article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971513

What section was it under? Definitely not high-priority.

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KB971513 is an optional update. -X-'s page list only high-priority updates and that's why he never mentions the KB971513. Am I right?

EDIT: One more thing.

I get no such dialogs. He's adding who knows what and doing multiple nLite runs.

For a few updates, you should expect to get those "file is not present in ISO to be updated" dialogs. Because these updates do contain files not present in the disc (for some reasons). Here they are:

  • KB2564958 (file: uiautomationcore.dll)
  • KB2603381 (file: customaddreg.dll)
  • KB2661637 (file: iacenc.dll)
  • Time zone updates such as KB2633952 (file: tzchange.dll)

EDIT: Still another thing. I checked Killjoy's list of updates he integrated and I see no problem except 971513 and 955759. I have mentioned 971513 already, but for 955759, I think it could be removed as well. Because, the high-priority 955759 update can be replaced by the optional 2492386 and Killjoy have decided to integrate 2492386.

Edited by Explorer09
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No, it's not an optional update. Only the ones listed in the image below if running IE6. You'll also get offered the compatibility view update for IE8 if you're running IE8.

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KB971513 is an optional update when KB2564958 is not installed. KB971513 was first offered by Windows Update on Tuesday, 10th November 2009.

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KB2564958 replaces KB971513, and is offered by Windows Update even when KB971513 is not installed. There's no good reason to slipstream KB971513 when slipstreaming KB2564958.

Edited by 5eraph
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You didn't add them or something. Here are screenshots from my page.

KB2675157.png

flash.png

Yes I did.

For example, in your opinion, WINDOWS INSTALLER 4.5 and hotfix for Windows Installer (KB942288 v-3 and KB958655-v2) is NOT an "IMPORTANT" update for Windows???

It is if you ask me.

By the way, every time when I've slipstreamed AdobeAX from your page, IE asks me to update AX component. Why should I slipstreamed that update from your page if it is not working properly???

By the way, 2564958 WAS NOT AVAILABLE that moment when I was starting to use your update page.

What's wrong with optional updates???

ROOT Certificats for example? Or AGAIN Windows Installer??? IT'S NOT IE or MESSENGER OK?

Those are very important imho.

KB971513 is an optional update. -X-'s page list only high-priority updates and that's why he never mentions the KB971513. Am I right?

EDIT: One more thing.

I get no such dialogs. He's adding who knows what and doing multiple nLite runs.

For a few updates, you should expect to get those "file is not present in ISO to be updated" dialogs. Because these updates do contain files not present in the disc (for some reasons). Here they are:

  • KB2564958 (file: uiautomationcore.dll)
  • KB2603381 (file: customaddreg.dll)
  • KB2661637 (file: iacenc.dll)
  • Time zone updates such as KB2633952 (file: tzchange.dll)

EDIT: Still another thing. I checked Killjoy's list of updates he integrated and I see no problem except 971513 and 955759. I have mentioned 971513 already, but for 955759, I think it could be removed as well. Because, the high-priority 955759 update can be replaced by the optional 2492386 and Killjoy have decided to integrate 2492386.

Is it OK to leave them both on my list or should I delete 955759?

@ -X- @

If you are already updating your update page, you should definitely offer OPTIONAL UPDATES WITH High Priority.

Not software as IE or WLM or PowerToys and things....or new calculator.

What I want to do? I have Windows XP with SP3. With components: IE6, Movie Maker etc.

I only want updates for them, for SYSTEM COMPONENTS and for system itself. NOTHING MORE.

No new WMP 11 or IE8.

Here is complete list of my updates. I've excluded AdobeAX.

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IF you find solution to my problem, I'm gonna probably kiss your sweet as*!!! OK???

Thank you all.

Thank you all for wasting your time on me.

Third time today........2675157 for IE is not integrated as it should be. He is not even in Add or Remove Progs under SOFTWARE UPDATES.

By the way, I've looked at SVCPACK folder on ISO and it shows ONLY "CA_" type of file of 2675157.

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It was all in one integration -X-. You've said that multiple nLite runs aren't OK.

That reminds me. You've said that you are "provider" for only HIGH-PRIORITY updates.

Why Microsoft reports me that KB961118 is available???

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Edited by Yzöwl
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First, Killjoy, you have integrated KB2492386, so feel free to delete KB955759.

Second, KB961118 is a high-priority update but it's offered only after you installed .NET Framework. I should have told -X- about this (but he didn't add it to the list).

Third, I cannot know why you can't integrate KB2675157. Could you please attach the nLite.in_ file in your i386 folder of your disc, so that I could look at the problem?

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First, Killjoy, you have integrated KB2492386, so feel free to delete KB955759.

Second, KB961118 is a high-priority update but it's offered only after you installed .NET Framework. I should have told -X- about this (but he didn't add it to the list).

Third, I cannot know why you can't integrate KB2675157. Could you please attach the nLite.in_ file in your i386 folder of your disc, so that I could look at the problem?

So I have .NET 1.1 integrated into system and I can integrate 961118? OK, thanks.

File nLite.in_ is in attach in RAR archive.

NLITE.rar

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Sorry for late reply. But your problem doesn't seem to be in the registry, so I think you need to check the files.

If you still have the slipstreamed disc, try this in your command prompt:

cd %YourDisc%\I386
mkdir %TEMP%\extract
for %i in (
browseui.dl_ html.ie_ ieencode.dl_ iepeers.dl_ mshtml.dl_ mshtmled.dl_
mstime.dl_ shdocvw.dl_ tdc.oc_ url.dl_ urlmon.dl_ wininet.dl_
) do expand -r %i %TEMP%\%extract
explorer %TEMP%\extract

Then, check if the file versions match the following:

tdc.ocx - 1.3.0.3131
html.iec and ieencode.dll - 2011.1.31.10
All other files - 6.0.2900.6197

If one of these doesn't match, then your KB2675157 wasn't integrated correctly.

Edited by Explorer09
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