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98 FE + 98 SE + ME updates + patches + (hot)fixes

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erpdude8 + the_guy:

You're right, Qxxxxxx.inf + Qxxxxxx_rtmqfe.inf are for NTx OSes.

Qxxxxxx_d.inf + Qxxxxxx_d_rtmqfe.inf are for 9x OSes.

I have updated both these files:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/IE925486.EXE

http://www.mdgx.com/files/IE918899.EXE

Please try again, see if they work on NT4+SP6a + IE 6.0 SP1.

I've tried them on 98SE + ME and they work ok.

I don't have NT4 installed, so I can't test them.

I've also updated MSXML 3.0 fix [Q924191] to include the REG entries you sent [thank you the_guy]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/Q924191.EXE

Thanks.

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Also, can anyone confirm/deny about MS06-065 on 98/ME?

the_guy

I don't think SHDOCVW.DLL for WinXP SP1 [Q924496] works with 9x OSes [none of the internet explorer files I've tried ever have :(], but I can't test this because I don't have XP SP1 installed anymore.
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UPDATED · 10-12-2006

Updates:

- IE918899.EXE + IE925486.EXE = Added INFs to allow install on WinNT4+SP6a + MS IE 6.0 SP1. [thank you the_guy]

- Added REG entries to Q924191.EXE. [thank you the_guy]

- Updated 98SE2ME:

http://www.msfn.org/board/?showtopic=46349

- Updated 98SE2XP:

http://www.msfn.org/board/?s=&showtopi...st&p=572026

Enjoy.

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Also, can anyone confirm/deny about MS06-065 on 98/ME?

the_guy

I don't think SHDOCVW.DLL for WinXP SP1 [Q924496] works with 9x OSes [none of the internet explorer files I've tried ever have :(], but I can't test this because I don't have XP SP1 installed anymore.

All you need to do is download the MS06-065 fix on an NT5 OS, extract it, and copy the files from SP1QFE over to a 98/ME PC.

Also, new problem with your 918899 fixes: You have it using the catalog file. Personally, I'd remove all references to it in the *.inf files. That way, you don't have anything conflicting with SFP, as you have SFP disabled BEFORE running the registration of the .CAT file. Also, you should probably add the CAT file from the 2000/XPSP1 update for the NT-based OS install. Just rename this to Q918899.cat.

Just suggestions.

the_guy

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All you need to do is download the MS06-065 fix on an NT5 OS, extract it, and copy the files from SP1QFE over to a 98/ME PC.

Also, new problem with your 918899 fixes: You have it using the catalog file. Personally, I'd remove all references to it in the *.inf files. That way, you don't have anything conflicting with SFP, as you have SFP disabled BEFORE running the registration of the .CAT file. Also, you should probably add the CAT file from the 2000/XPSP1 update for the NT-based OS install. Just rename this to Q918899.cat.

Just suggestions.

the_guy

Thanks.

IE918899.EXE:

I have replaced the CAT file with the one from Win2000 fix, and deleted WinME CAT commands from the INFs.

I forgot I can extract NTx update files with the /X parameter from within any NTx OS.

Done.

I have tested browselc.dll + shdocvw.dll from XP SP1 on my 98SE, and they both work ok so far.

I've also tested browseui.dll from XP SP1a [same version but different code], and also works ok [so far].

Please see this new thread for a IE 6.xx large files bug fix + installer:

http://www.msfn.org/board/?showtopic=84451

I created from the files you suggested and from the XP SP1a file.

The only problem is that I didn't find [yet] a solution for the INF uninstall function:

RenFiles=XX locks up the installer or the OS. :(

Tested only on 98SE.

Thanks.

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Sounds good. Also, did you test shdocvw.dll and browseui.dll from MS06-065 (your thread on the delete issue states browseui.dll from this patch). I think it's a good idea, and I will try it when I get the chance.

the_guy

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Sounds good. Also, did you test shdocvw.dll and browseui.dll from MS06-065 (your thread on the delete issue states browseui.dll from this patch). I think it's a good idea, and I will try it when I get the chance.

the_guy

the shdocvw.dll and browseui.dll XP SP1 files from MS06-065 did NOT resolve the "delete large number of files" problem under Win98/ME + IE6 SP1, the_guy. I've just tested this.

note to MDGx: several unofficial IE updates needed to be revised- IE905915.exe < this one DID install under a Win95 + IE 5.5 SP2 machine with an "immediate" install with NO prompts [arrggghh, I HATE immediate installs MDGx; immediate installs CAN cause accidents]. Add the "Do you want to install this update?" prompt in unofficial IE905915 patch for IE 5.5 SP2 and restrict the Windows version to just Win98, 2000 & NT4 by using TargetWin9xVersion=4.10.1998-4.10.2222 and TargetNTVersion=4.00.1381.0-4.00.1381.99999.

same with unofficial OE911567.exe and Q911567.exe patches as these also need the "Do you want to install this update?" prompt.

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@erpdude8: I'll resend the IE patches to MDGx this weekend. All of them (unofficial) redone.

Also, what's this about 905915 on 95?

the_guy

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Also, what's this about 905915 on 95?

905915 does not work on 95, 867801 seems to be the latest working update.

Petr

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Also, what's this about 905915 on 95?

905915 does not work on 95, 867801 seems to be the latest working update.

Petr

IE905915 for IE 5.5 SP2 breaks BOTH IE 5.5 SP2 AND Win95. see the "ie6 on win95" topic about this.

* Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 for Windows 98/98 SP1/98 SE/ME XML HTTP MSXML Control v4.0 SP2 MSXML4.DLL Security Vulnerability Fixes (English):

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/...n/ms06-061.mspx

Direct download [5.72 MB, right-click to save!]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/MSXML4.MSI

Requires Microsoft Installer (MSI) [1.62 MB, free] already installed:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/Win...US/InstMsiA.exe

MSXML4.MSI PACKAGE CORRUPTED MDGX!!!! REMOVE IMMEDATELY!!!

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IE905915 for IE 5.5 SP2 breaks BOTH IE 5.5 SP2 AND Win95. see the "ie6 on win95" topic about this.

MSXML4.MSI PACKAGE CORRUPTED MDGX!!!! REMOVE IMMEDATELY!!!

1. IE905915 [created by the_gui] is not for Win95, any edition.

The web page where you downloaded the file states clearly that it is meant only for Windows 98/98 SE/NT4 SP6a/2000.

The last IE 5.5 SP2 patch compatible with Windows 95/OSR1/OSR2 is Q867801:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/2...801-x86-ENU.exe

2. MSXML4.MSI is not corrupted, it is the same MSI installer [renamed from msxml.msi] extracted from Q925672 for 2000 SP4/XP SP1/XP SP2/2003/2003 SP1/2003 R2:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/0...B925672-enu.exe

and installs ok on Windows 98, 98 SP1, 98 SE + ME [and probably on NT4 + SP6a with IE 6.0 SP1].

MSXML4 requires IE 6.0 SP1 already installed.

Although I noticed that MSXML4*.DLL files install in:

%windir%\winsxs\x86_Microsoft.MSXML2_6bd6b9abf345378f_4.20.9839.0_x-ww_ed80bd5c\msxml4.dll

%windir%\winsxs\x86_Microsoft.MSXML2R_6bd6b9abf345378f_4.1.0.0_x-ww_29c3ad6a\msxml4r.dll

To avoid any confusion, I have created an installer which copies these files to %windir%\system and registers [regsvr32] msxml4.dll to %windir%\system [636 KB]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/Q925672.EXE

HTH

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MSXML4.MSI

Will not install on my computer I get error message

The msxml4-KB925672-enu.exe file is

linked to missing export NTDLL.DLL:NtShutdownSystem.

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MSXML4.MSI

Will not install on my computer I get error message

The msxml4-KB925672-enu.exe file is

linked to missing export NTDLL.DLL:NtShutdownSystem.

Yes, the exe file will not install on 9x OSes [it's not meant to], but if you extract msxml.msi from inside it, and then run the MSI file, it will install on any 98/ME edition with IE 6.0 SP1 installed.

But to avoid any confusion, I've created an exe [636 KB]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/Q925672.EXE

This should install properly on any 98/ME edition with IE 6.0 SP1 installed.

HTH

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i did it already and it works.thanks

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2. MSXML4.MSI is not corrupted, it is the same MSI installer [renamed from msxml.msi] extracted from Q925672 for 2000 SP4/XP SP1/XP SP2/2003/2003 SP1/2003 R2:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/0...B925672-enu.exe

and installs ok on Windows 98, 98 SP1, 98 SE + ME [and probably on NT4 + SP6a with IE 6.0 SP1].

MSXML4 requires IE 6.0 SP1 already installed.

either the MSXML4.MSI package did not downloaded properly onto my PC or the file was posted/uploaded incorrectly onto your site, which is why I got an error message that the file was corrupted. so I just extracted the XML MSI pack from the XP KB925672 exe package and ran it onto my WinME machine and it installed the MSXML4.DLL, MSXML4A.DLL and MSXML4R.DLL files into the Windows\System folder.

revise the Q925672.EXE package as you need to include the MSXML4A.DLL file.

Also with the .NET Framework 2.0 KB917283 and KB922770 security updates, you can extract the MSP files inside those two updates and run them under Win98/ME + NFR 2.0. In other words, you CAN use the KB917283 and KB922770 security patches under Win98 & ME with .NET Framework 2.0. The KB922270 security patch will update only the System.Web.dll file under Win98/ME + NFR 2.0.

But to avoid any confusion, I've created an exe [636 KB]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/Q925672.EXE

This should install properly on any 98/ME edition with IE 6.0 SP1 installed.

HTH

XML 4.0 does NOT require IE6.0 SP1, MDGx. I can install XML 4.0 KB925672 even on a Win98/ME machine with an older version of IE.

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