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@dziubek - Thanks for posting the results. I'll have to update the script a bit for XP's directX update.

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@dziubek - Thanks for posting the results. I'll have to update the script a bit for XP's directX update.

When you will plane publish new version ? :rolleyes:

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I don't quite understand what HFNETCHK is saying. It's saying that quartz.dll is behind a revision, but the revision that it wants is the one that is part of your installation. Does regular windows update tell you that Q904706 is missing?

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I don't quite understand what HFNETCHK is saying. It's saying that quartz.dll is behind a revision, but the revision that it wants is the one that is part of your installation. Does regular windows update tell you that Q904706 is missing?

1.When I first opened WU i must install ActiveX (1.jpg) and next KB898461, then Windows Update tell me any hotfixs isn't missing.

2. When I used "hslip-13 october" this problem didn't perform :(

dziubek

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I used hslip-17 october but still I have problem with activex and KB898461 :(

dziubek

ERROR_REPORT.zip

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@dziubek - Good news and bad news. HFSLIP works and MSFT doesn't. HFSLIP found another the MSFT error. I think you may want to revisit microsoft and download the new hotfix for MS05-050. There was lots of troubles with this one (LINK). I took a look at the hotfix I had downloaded the other week, and compared it to the one I just re-downloaded. They silently RE-RELEASED THE HOTFIX, the original one had the wrong binaries!!!! HAHAHAHAHA Hats off to Microsoft on that one. They create their own problems. Anyway, the new file from microsoft will fix the issue you have. Delete the incorrect WindowsXP-KB904706-DX9-x86-PLK.exe and download the new one.

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Imagine that, M$ changing a hotfix w/o telling anyone so that everyone who got the old "defective" hotfix is still stuck with it.

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@dziubek - Good news and bad news. HFSLIP works and MSFT doesn't. HFSLIP found another the MSFT error. I think you may want to revisit microsoft and download the new hotfix for MS05-050. There was lots of troubles with this one (LINK). I took a look at the hotfix I had downloaded the other week, and compared it to the one I just re-downloaded. They silently RE-RELEASED THE HOTFIX, the original one had the wrong binaries!!!! HAHAHAHAHA Hats off to Microsoft on that one. They create their own problems. Anyway, the new file from microsoft will fix the issue you have. Delete the incorrect WindowsXP-KB904706-DX9-x86-PLK.exe and download the new one.

@Tommyp

I delete WindowsXP-KB904706-DX9-x86-PLK.exe and download WindowsXP-KB904706-x86-PLK.exe(1,33MB)

I used hslip-17 october but still I have problem with activex and KB898461

dziubek

ERROR_REPORT.zip

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@dziubek -

a) 898461: I found something to correct with HFSLIP. I'm testing it now.

B) Activex issue: Can you please check the versions of the

windows\system32\GWFSPIDGen.dll and

windows\system32\LegitCheckControl.dll

and compare them to the revisions of the LegitCheckControl.cab (you need to expand the cab file with winzip or equivalent). If your CAB file versions are older, you need to redownload the latest LegitCheckControl.cab file.

c) Please PM me with your email address if you would like to test my latest version that I'm working on. It has a ton of changes, and maybe the issue with 898461 will be resolved. The new version is a bit different, but is improved to make the sourcess a bit smaller.

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