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Incroyable HULK

HOTFIXES: Windows XP SP2 & Windows 2000 SP4

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KB925672 is coming up for me on update. Its for

Microsoft XML Core Services 4.0 when installed on Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 1 and Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2

I guess i need both KB925672 and KB924191

Does KB925672 replace anything?

You've installed other Microsoft Product before update, isn't it ?

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which reason for exclude KB885222-v2 from the list of the important KB?

is present a KB that replaces it?

tnx in advance

theSLug

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which reason for exclude KB885222-v2 from the list of the important KB?

is present a KB that replaces it?

tnx in advance

theSLug

This is not a critical hotfixe... only a fix for the FireWire (IEEE 1394) performance lost with Service Pack 2

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tnx HULK, ;)

but is a important fix for most user, the question born because not integrated by ryan and not present in your the list likely "fantastic suggested update!! :D "... is not present on WU or MU, is a "dark" update and resolve a big bug introduced in SP2.

regards

theSLug

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Removed

Edited by BeenThereB4
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tnx HULK, ;)

but is a important fix for most user, the question born because not integrated by ryan and not present in your the list likely "fantastic suggested update!! :D "... is not present on WU or MU, is a "dark" update and resolve a big bug introduced in SP2.

regards

theSLug

You know, learning how to research things would be a useful skill ;). If you read the KB article, you'll see what file is updated. Now extract my pack. Notice that same file? Now look at the version numbers. Which is newer?

mmmkay?

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@ Sonic Im sorry i don't understand what you mean

IMHO,

KB925672 is for XML Core Service 4.0 (which isn't an update of 3.0) and which isn't in WinXP SP2.

KB924191 is for XML Core Service 3.0 which is in WinXP SP2.

It's same way as .NET FrameWork. The 2.0 .NET FrameWork isn't an update of the 1.1 .NET FrameWork.

A patch for .NET FrameWork 2.0 is only for the 2.0.

For 1.1 .NET FrameWork there are other updates.

I hope you understant what I think ...

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You know, learning how to research things would be a useful skill ;). If you read the KB article, you'll see what file is updated. Now extract my pack. Notice that same file? Now look at the version numbers. Which is newer?

mmmkay?

tnx... but is a mistake master.

on the left the installed ohci1394.sys, at right the ohci1394.sys of your pack.

is a nlited xp installation without che MS KB885222-v2 but ryanrulez pack installed. You recognize the file version? :wacko:

abigmistakeru3.th.png

excuseme for the great OT. :whistle:

theSLug. :hello:

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blah blah blah
Let me make this simple for you.

ohci1394.dll included in my pack: build 2738

ohci1394.dll included in KB885222: build 2549

:hello:

Edited by RyanVM
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Let me make this simple for you.

ohci1394.dll included in my pack: build 2738

ohci1394.dll included in KB885222: build 2549

:hello:

tnx ryan, but the KB885222 not installed in the system of screenshot, only your pack is installed, and the version on the system is the "OLD" build 2549, not 2738, this is the mistake. :angel

"blah blah blah" :rolleyes:

theSLug

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Hello,

I installed all the fixes with the SVCPack.inf and i had to problems:

GDI Tool at the begining said that it had nothing to upgrade (like msn live or other), but exactly before the hotfixes i put the installation of WMP10 & Live Messenger... At the end of the setup i had a confirmation dialog 'where to extract the inetserv files' and i had to press ok. How can i skip it? I'm trying the fullunattended.

this is that i have:

[setupHotfixesToRun]"MP10Setup.exe /q:A /c:""setup_wm.exe /Q /R:N /DisallowSystemRestore"""

MsnMsgs.msi /QB

gdidet.exe /Q:A /R:N

KB873339.exe /q /n /z

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BREAKING NEWS!

***********************************************************************************

This topic will be closed soon! After 2 years at the wheel, I decided to offer my work to the_guy and he accepted the job!

So here is the "new" Hotfixes topic: HOTFIXES: Win2000 SP4 and WinXP SP2

***********************************************************************************

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MSFN's Unattended Windows : SVCPACK.INF Method

You must copy update.exe to E:\Hotfix\ (with all others fix)

warning: update.exe v6.2.29.0 (extract from a last hotfix)

To extract: E:\Hotfix\WindowsXP-KB925454-x86-ENU.exe /X:C:\temp

After integration to new XP, open XP/I386/svcpack

Option: Add qchain.exe (program) is in /I386/svcpack than

write qchain.exe text on SVCPACK.INF on XP/I386 (to test)

......
.......
KB886185.cat
KB885836.cat
KB873339.cat
qchain.exe

This utility will ensure that the highest file version is installed if there is

a scenario where 2 hotfixes contain the same exe/dll file with different version numbers.

cut the section of Integrate Service Pack 2 for CD with XP_Sp2

echo		  °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°   
echo ° Integrate Service Pack 2 °
echo °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°
pause
echo.
E:\Hotfix\WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ITA.exe /X:E:\sp2
E:\sp2\i386\update\update.exe /Integrate:E:\XP
rmdir E:\sp2 /s /q
echo.
echo.
pause

This method of installation, leaves a folder $hf_mig$

of backup that do not serve to nothing, and all one series of others file such as

.temp .txt to delete from C:\Windows (+/- 100 Mb of occupied space)

A complete list of download is below:

http://www.autopatcher.com/autopatcherxp/

Some hotfix are obsolete ex: KB885835 (that don' t slipstream, have a old update.exe vers. --> see M$ tech)

(The file that will go to substitute are included in the last Hotfix

Hotfix obsolete

00. KB885835

01. KB834707

02. KB867282

03. KB873333

04. KB883939

05. KB885250

06. KB887742

07. KB888113

08. KB890047

09. KB890175

10. KB890923

11. KB893066

12. KB893086

13. KB893803

14. KB896422

15. KB896688

16. KB896727

17. KB899588

18. KB903235

19. KB905915

20. KB911565

21. KB918899

22. KB912812

23. KB913446

24. KB916281

25. KB917159

27. KB922760

I have running Windows update for control!

Only a new update KB921398 for different version of

shell32.dll v6.00.2900.2951 (xpsp_sp2_gdr.060713-0009)

Idem for:

shdocvw.dll v6.00.2900.2987 (xpsp_sp2_gdr.060901-0121)

shlwapi.dll v6.00.2900.2995 (xpsp_sp2_gdr.060913-0010)

These file are inside hotfix (extract cmd)

E:\Hotfix\WindowsXP-KB925454-x86-ENU.exe /X:E:\temp

E:\Hotfix\WindowsXP-KB921398-x86-ENU.exe /X:E:\temp1

Copy correct version in System32, dllcache (Hide folder)

Unlocker the file, and Force Windows File Protection

or running Hotfix KB921398, KB925454 before install IE7

forum

I use the SVCPACK.INF method. If you already have this configured just download IE7 update and put it in \I386\SVCPACK then edit \I386\SVCPACK.INF to include "IE7.exe /quick /udpate-no /no-default /nobackup /norestart" to the [setupHotfixesToRun]. It's better to put this at the top of the list and don't forget to include qchain.exe at the end of the list.

If you need more info, the SVCPACK method of installing Microsoft Updates is covered on the MSFN site.

This works well for me, but i'm still having trouble configuring IE7 for the "Default User". My approach has been to include user registry settings during execution of Cmdlines.txt, which are applied to "Default User". For IE7, some of the settings are retained (ie: first run page, home page, search providers, etc) but a few settings are overwritten for new users (phishing filter settings, intranet settings, etc).

Attach.:

Genuine image of WXP_Sp2

(open with UltraIso, add all folders and files of new XP, save, and burning new XP.Iso!)

Add: DOTNETFX, SUPPORT, VALUEADD of Service Pack 2 CD

new Slipstreamer_WindowsXp....for english ver.

Before starting script,

make a folder E:Hotfix with update.exe

and all hotfix listed on Security update M$ Catalog,

for new fix add in order in the script. (click dx button, modify)

(Don't put QChain.exe in E:\Hotfix when extract XPSp2 -

Don' t make a SVCPACK folder) Test it!

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Scanned with MBSA version: 2.0.6706.0

Security update catalog: Microsoft Update

Catalog synchronization date: No security updates are missing.

Attach.:

complete detail of XP hotfix

December new patch

KB923694 Outlook Exp comulative

KB926247

KB925454 IE6 Comulative

KB926255

WindowsMedia6-KB925398-x86-ENU.exe (write if support integrate cmd)

WindowsRightsManagementServicesSP2-KB917275-Client-ENU-x86.exe

Edited by enbel
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Hello? is this MS speaking? My name is Incredible HULK and I'd like to get all the non critical updates delivered to my Office. What? you think i'm crazy

Maybe I am... Maybe

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enbel, you realize this thread is no longer active, right?

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I'll close this topic...

Hey! were did you found that! It must be somewhere in those 107 pages... :P

Hello? is this MS speaking? My name is Incredible HULK and I'd like to get all the non critical updates delivered to my Office. What? you think i'm crazy

Maybe I am... Maybe

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