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the_guy

HOTFIXES: Win2000 SP4, WinXP SP2, WinXP SP3 and Win2003 SP2

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No - this thread has been "half-dead" for a long time now... regrettably!

This is how You find out.

Read the Security bulletins at http://technet.microsoft.com and find out which new Hotfixes are out.

See which old Hotfixes they may replace.

Add the new ones and remove the old ones and You are done :whistle:

From a dark and windy city i Sweden

/ SwedenXP B)

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I'm really busy, and I apologize about a lack of an update to the list.

I hope to have it done by the weekend.

the_guy

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I do believe this thread IS dead. The Feb. 2008 and March 2008 hotfixes aren't updated at the first page.

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@SwedenXP

Thank you for this precious note.

i have read it but its not very clear to me

can you confirm what is new and what is old. Please

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@rvansco - Quite right - if one uses it...

@NaDer_GenKO - this month - it´s some updates for different MS Office versions - more info in the

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/...n/ms08-mar.mspx

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as rvansco points out - the "Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool" (KB890830).

From a rainy and windy city in Sweden

/ SwedenXP B)

Edited by SwedenXP
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Not that big deal if this thread died with SP3 coming out in a month...

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Not that big deal if this thread died with SP3 coming out in a month...

Actually, it IS a big deal, because this thread covers not only the XP hotfixes and updates, but ALSO 2k and 2003. :whistle:

Maybe the best way would be to open a new thread, covering only the post-SP3 XP hotfixes from now on. And would be nice to have another thread (in the right place here at MSFN) covering Office hotifxes.

Just a suggestion.

--ThundernetBR

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Not that big deal if this thread died with SP3 coming out in a month...

Actually, it IS a big deal, because this thread covers not only the XP hotfixes and updates, but ALSO 2k and 2003. :whistle:

mea culpa :)

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@thundernetbr and @Octopuss and everyone else!

I second that - I also do believe in life post SP3 :wacko:

You will find me here!

From a cold and windy Sweden

SwedenXP B)

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Hi,

I have a fresh installed machines of win2k sp4.I cannot bring that machine over the internet.

I have downloaded all the updates from here.I can install them one by one but the problem is that it's too lengthy and i have to restart my machine after every update and also i have to do this in all the machines where i install the win2k sp4.

Is there any binder which would bind all these updates and provide me only one update to run.so that atleast i would save my restarting time.or any othere method by which i can update a machine which cannot be brought over the internet.

kaush

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there is Onepiece's Windows 2000 postSP4 UpdatePack

It can be slipstreamed on your W2k CD using Nlite or RVMIntegrator. The only problem is that you will need to reinstall Windows from your new slipstreamed CD. UpdatePacks aren't able to update an existing installation

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You don't have to reboot after each update - just tick the box that says not to when asked (some updates don't even do that). Rolling an installation forward from Update Rollup 1 there's at most one point in the middle where something actually requires a reboot (and it lets you know) - otherwise, just do one at the end.

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I'm making a Win2k3 SP2 cd with nlite without IE7 & Windows Live Messenger 8.1 installed.Can I download the post sp2 hotfixes and just add them the way they are into nlite?Or do I still need switches and do I need all the hotfixes if I'm not installing IE7 or messenger?I don't recall using switches with my sp1 cd,so I'm a little confused,plus the post assumes an install with ie7 and messenger,but doesn't say anything about an install without them.Any help is appreciated.Thanks. :blink:

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hi everyone,

thanks for this topic..

I have a question about this hotfix install method.

after a clean windows XP install with SP2, I want to install all this hotfix with one click.I think I may be create a "install.cmd file"..and then make a 7zip switchless for silent installs..

Is it possible?

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@Martin H;

thanks but I don't mean this exactly.I use personally ryanvm update pack already for slipstreaming my hotfixes.I want to install hoxfix also after without this..I don't want to integrate my cd..

for exam; another pc that not installing it's windows with ryanvm's update packs not used.

I want to make a one-click-set-up like @sereby's hotfix installer.but not professionall like him.

I want write a "install.cmd" with silent switches..then want to click "install.cmd"..is it possible with this switches to install silent my hotfixes after a clean set-up windows xp+SP2?

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thanks @Martin H..I'll try this in a few days.

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Updated January, 08 2008? Theres lots of new hotfixes for now, can someone update the list? I would, but I really dont know much about windows hotfixes.

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YEAH ME TOO UPDATES f***ING HOTFIXES UPDATES!! :realmad: :realmad: :realmad: :realmad: :realmad: :realmad:

f***s*** UPDATES

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Hi,

I'm getting a error in Windows xp Ua when trying to install after integrating the hotfixes the following error appears

2ik6scp.jpg

lsass.exe operation failed the requested operation was unsuccessful

anyone got a fix or know what hotfix causes this problem?

Regards

Edited by cypher_soundz
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