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the_guy

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

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SwedenXP    0

@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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kaush82    0

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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billtodd    0

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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seeker3    0

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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ZEUS__    0

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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ZEUS__    0

@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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NeoDeath    0

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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Hi,

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

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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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