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Concerning WinME updates, If you haven't already checked, you should also read these stickified threads:
http://www.msfn.org/...98-seme-topics/

List of Windows ME Updates... (scroll to bottom for possible download sites)

Description, filename.exe, date, size
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AOL WDM Modem Connection Patch, 272016usam.exe, 8/23/00 , 159896
IDE Hard Drive Cache Package, 273017usam.exe, 9/19/00, 228504
WebTV for Windows Denial of Service Vulnerability, 274113usam.exe, 9/20/00, 184984
Malformed IPX NMPI Packet Vulnerability, 273727usam.exe, 9/22/00, 171160
Share Level Password Vulnerability, 273991usam.exe, 9/26/00, 195736
Windows Movie Maker Upd, 287564.exe, 2/8/01, 456344
WinMe System Restore Upd, 290700.exe, 2/26/01, 225136
Compressed Folders Passwords Recovery, 252694usam.exe, 3/20/01, 211608
Security Upd April 2, 2001, crlupd.exe, 4/2/01, 127608
OLE DB Provider for Internet Publishing Upd, rbupdate.exe, 4/13/01, 417736
WinMe Help and Support Upd, 299014.exe, 5/17/01, 370752
HyperTerminal Buffer Overflow Vulnerability, 274548usam.exe, 5/24/01, 327680
Root Certificates Update, rootsupd.exe, 6/21/02 , 185184
Unchecked Buffer in Universal Plug and Play Vulnerability, 314757usam.exe, 12/19/01, 228928
Q323172 Security Upd, 323172usam.exe, 8/28/02, 217088
Q328145: Security Upd + (outdated), 328145usam.exe, 9/4/02, 340800
Q329048: Security Upd, 329048usam.exe, 10/2/02, 293184
Q323255: Security Upd, 323255usam.exe, 10/2/02, 505664
Q329115: Security Update, 329115usam.exe, 11/20/02, 376640
Q811630: HTML Help Upd, 811630usam.exe, 12/20/02, 509760
Q812709: Security Update, 812709usam.exe, 2/26/03, 300352
823559: Security Update, 823559usam.exe, 7/9/03, 311904
Security Update for Microsoft Windows ME: KB825119, 825119usam.exe, 10/14/03, 217680

The above list is from the following website:
http://www.spywarewa...s-upd.htm#WinMe
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The following is from HPC Factor website

"Windows ME Patches and Updates Guide"
http://www.hpcfactor...patching/winme/

Windows Millennium currently retains active updates through the Windows Update Service. This information on this page is designed to be a reference for what updates are needed for the operating system. It is essentially the HPC:Factor recommended updates procedure for using your Handheld PC in conjunction with Windows Millennium Edition.

Windows Millennium Edition Patches and Updates Guide

The following list of updates will provide you with the highest level of security available to Windows Millennium. The Approximate total download size of all the listed updates is 53.18MB.

Prerequisites

This guide assumes a certain level of system components have already been updated. These are the prerequisites for the installation:

* DirectX 9.0c
* Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1
* Windows Media Player 9.0
* Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8 SP1

Critical Updates:

Q273991 Windows Share Level Password Update
Q290700 System Restore Update
Q323172 Flaw in Certificate Enrolment Control
Q323255 Unchecked Buffer in Windows Help Facility Code Execution
Q329048 Unchecked Buffer in File Decompression Functions Patch
Q329115 Certificate Validation Flaw Could Enable Identity Spoofing
Q329414 Buffer Overrun in MDAC Might Lead to Code Execution
Q811630 HTML Help Update to Limit Functionality When It Is Invoked in IE
Q812709 Vulnerability in Help and Support Centre May Permit Code to Run
Q814078 Flaw in Windows Script Engine May Allow Code to Run
Q816093 Java Virtual Machine Security Update
Q823559 Buffer Overrun in the HTML Converter Could Allow Code Execution
Q873374 GDI+ Detection Tool
Q888113 Vulnerability in hyperlink object library code execution
Q891711 Cursor and Icon Handling Remote Code Execution
Q891781 DHTML editing ActiveX control code execution
Q896358 HTML Help code execution
Q904706 DirectShow remote code execution
Q908519 Web fonts remote code execution
Q911562 MDAC function could allow code execution
Q917344 JScript Remote Code Execution
Q918547 Graphics Rendering Engine Remote Code Execution
Q917344 JScript Remote Code Execution

Q892211 Update for Web Folders

Recommended Updates:

Q273017 IDE Hard drive Cache Package
Q287564 Windows Movie Maker Update
Q311311 Invalid UPnP Request Can Disrupt Computer Operation
Jet 4.0 SP8
Root Certificates Update
Windows Installer 2.0
Windows Automatic Updating
MSXML 2.6 SP3
MSXML 3.0 SP7

Internet Explorer QFE's:

Q319303 Internet Explorer Navigation Sound Update
Q870669 Disable ADODB.Stream object from Internet Explorer
Q887797 Cumulative Update for OLE
Q916281 Cumulative Patch June 15 2006
Q918439 ART Image Rendering Remote Code Execution

Windows Media Player QFE's:

Q828026 Windows Media Player URL Script Command Update
Q917734 Windows Media Player Remote Code Execution

Here's another list from a MSFN user:

"323172USAM.EXE" Sha1Hash="4D83C11DBC956B4B8097971B0FB661F63C6ED562"
"323255_ME.EXE" Sha1Hash="E1DD90C4278177762399BCCF33B4B58D6B193FA5"
"329048.EXE" Sha1Hash="91A09CD72AAED57C58C4AF3B5594CD3CF16D13E0"
"329115_ME.EXE" Sha1Hash="2AA0214F231C897760684BFF3044AF71CA849392"
"812709USAM.EXE" Sha1Hash="1148174010306CC2D82B42DFA8F50BE343FA2DA9"
"814078js56men.exe" Sha1Hash="DF03F6B7141C445944C7D981A29297B97636A5A5"
"823559USAM.EXE" Sha1Hash="908A13240672687F2F89F34AD0C87F9B18C8514C"
"888113USAM.EXE" Sha1Hash="3AF29F957D5E9B46C65DF1CE707EB2C19B07BD10"
"europatch.exe" Sha1Hash="86903C68C692AF6ACFD573C556CFDAA197E0C50A"
"GDI_873374_ME.exe" Sha1Hash="ED2557BB0905A05A62826AA7D9B62351C4113D1A"
"HD Cache 273017.EXE" Sha1Hash="6C715C3EACAD598B787D078EDE2E274E8A3BED3D"
"IE Nav Sound Update ME.EXE" Sha1Hash="C781082590FFC701D6E40176C981C9E3FB846AEF"
"IE-KB891781-Windows-98-ME-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="2C7B14CA73FBC1AA5A128964811D656B39367832"
"IE6.0sp1-KB833989-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="B1839CFE7A928F461564224A8BD1E4DE3BFF2AD7"
"IE6.0sp1-KB916281-Windows-98-ME-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="88861152A18BD42F8C3FAF7B4CE7705BBDFDBFC7"
"IE6.0sp1-KB918439-Windows-98-ME-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="B6F9015EEFC808702BAEECE66FB1A9FFC14331AD"
"Movie Maker_287564_ME.EXE" Sha1Hash="AF5E0641C80BA89C82472244A58A7031E18E605A"
"NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" Sha1Hash="74A5B25D65A70B8ECD6A9C301A0AEA10D8483A23"
"NDP1.1sp1-KB886903-X86.exe" Sha1Hash="535F57E5A8ECEAB18533C50C0B0E1469ED45331F"
"OE6.0sp1-KB837009-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="D71A46EF9D139B626355C959D5E7894F65EF9F2F"
"OE6.0sp1-KB887797-Windows-NT4sp6a-98-ME-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="61BD8CB160F70A72BE1369F394409CE37EE439D8"
"q329414_mdacall_x86.exe" Sha1Hash="EBA6AED2DCA3DCC344E4BD7606A1632F7C5D7ED6"
"Q811630_WINME.EXE" Sha1Hash="483042093272166647BB6B4BFC717D6B8FC1C316"
"Share Level Update 273991.EXE" Sha1Hash="A2ECEB89418158950CAED10A98A6928BE08B7BE5"
"Sys Restore Update 290700.exe" Sha1Hash="5B292FBAE40E608246B81D37BE512477234336B2"
"UPNP 311311.exe" Sha1Hash="6349D7B4DF7641875F34B582A05C3690276CC038"
"Windows9X-KB917344-x86-enu.Exe" Sha1Hash="E8F43F0688EE4C1A1426FAB9769BC02ADF6A35A8"
"WindowsME-KB891711-v2-ENU.EXE" Sha1Hash="E1FDB4E585970E6B3D49D59A0DBF8AC045E583D9"
"WindowsME-KB896358-ENU.EXE" Sha1Hash="E497688C3A3761563661AE30F0AE28B0CCCAFCB3"
"WindowsME-KB908519-ENU.EXE" Sha1Hash="F303A00071C9DD7E8B5490CA5E7EEFB03046A24B"
"WindowsME-KB918547-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="746A928FFE15FC9D7FDCB7EA879B39A16E7EEF19"
"WindowsME.Windows98SE-KB904706-DX9-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="53CF577148518D6EF67200D96745D7B028B6666C"
"WindowsMedia9-KB828026-Me.EXE" Sha1Hash="2E6A54F839E338944EE5D0477413F5B9A763447D"
"WindowsMedia9-KB885492-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="40FB17E82725ECC09EF65A2355612D4A5DAC2185"
"WindowsMedia9-KB911565-Win9x-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="117204DB161B955949142FA855C19FE1B58ECBAD"
"WindowsMedia9-KB917734-Win9x-x86-ENU.exe" Sha1Hash="545109D513743C2D13B728E1938F3B5EE8495F4A"

You may or may not find the files, but those are the names (as I have them stored, I might have renamed some of them slightly) and SHA1's of the official updates as offered once upon a time through Windows Update.

and from another thread there's this list....

This does not include the IE6 SP1 package for ME.
Not all of them appear to be useable or needed.

au15.cab
crlupd.exe
directx_9c_redist.exe
dotnetfx.exe
js55men.exe
MDXSetup.exe
MPSetup.exe
msjavwu.exe
setup.exe
wm9codecs.exe
273017.EXE
273991.EXE
274113usam.exe
q279328.exe
290700.EXE
Q317244.exe
wm320920_64.exe
wm320920_71.exe
NDP10_SP_Q321884.exe
323172_ME.EXE
323255_ME.EXE
329048.EXE
329115_ME.EXE
q329414_mdacall.exe
811630USAM.EXE
812709USAM.EXE
WindowsMedia71-KB817787.exe
IE5.5sp2-KB823353.exe
823559USAM.EXE
Q823718_MDAC_SecurityPatch.exe
WindowsMedia-KB828026.exe
DoomCln-KB836528-v4.exe
NDP1.1sp1-KB867460.exe
NDP1.0sp3-KB867461.exe
888113USAM.EXE
KB891711-v2.EXE
IE-KB891781.exe
KB896358.EXE
KB904706-DX8.exe
KB904706-DX9.exe
KB908519.EXE
MDAC28RTM-KB911562.exe
MDAC28SP1-KB911562.exe
KB913433.exe
KB917344.Exe
WindowsMedia9-KB917734.exe
KB918547.exe
q813951.exe
KB833989.exe
KB837009.exe
KB887797.exe
KB916281.exe
KB918439.exe


And yet another site:
ERPMan's Windows 9x and ME Services Packs, Patches/Addons Updates Page
http://erpman1.tripo...m/w9xmeupd.html

Windows ME Installation tutorial, with some (useful) undocumented command-line arguments:
http://winsupersite....ndows-me-128028

Windows ME Unofficial Service Pack Thread
http://www.msfn.org/...for-windows-me/

Potential download sites (subject to change at any time... or, they used to work):

1. http://www.mdgx.com/web.htm#WME
2. http://www.mdgx.com/
3. http://www.hpcfactor...patching/winme/
4. http://ftp.sunet.se/...rity_Bulletins/
5. http://www.mmnt.net/
6. https://web.archive....//www.mdgx.com/
7. And of course, you can Google the individual filenames
8. Or you can try Googling the following:

"windows millenium" kb site:microsoft.com


Finally, this entire list is now linked at the top (first post) of my "Updated Mini List" for future reference. Also, bear in mind that the contents of the above lists overlap with each other.

(WinUpdatesList version 1.32)
Can't vouch for accuracy, but this program apparently lists the installed updates (if any) to your Windows ME system:
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wul.html

Edited by LostInSpace2012, 27 August 2014 - 02:28 PM.


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Hi all, I am new to the forum and have just built a new win98 box. I use it as my office workstation with CAD program and lots of graphics software which will not run on newer versions of windows. So i will run spybot 1.6.2 which still updates. I thought I would add 2 more items of software to the list. Solo antivirus from http://www.srnmicro.com/ I have used it for some time on the previous box. 30 day free trial with an annual licence fee. Well worth supporting. Runs on 95 98 me, nt4 2000 xp and up. Fortop FLV player from http://download.cnet...-10786885.html




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