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Maximus Decim Data Access Component Update 2.0

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i having problem installing the MDDACU,

however when i copied ole32.dll from winME cabs into windows\system (in real dos), MDDACU installed just fine.

i guess, my ole32.dll got corrupted somehow.

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According to MDGx's website (see above) MDAC 1.4 is for Win98se. Perhaps this is the cause.

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Thank you MD for your continuing nice work! Much appreciated.

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MD Data Access Component Update 1.5

MDAC 2.8sp1 (include MSXML 3.0sp7)

Jet 4.0sp8 (837001)

Jet 4.0 Repl (321076)

MSXML 4.0 SP2 + 887606

2 files Jet 3.5sp3 (msjet35.dll, msrepl35.dll)

2 files MDAC 2.5sp3 (vfpodbc.dll, drvvft.chm - Visual FoxPro Driver)

XMLinst 3.0

3 files IE6sp1 + 832414(msxml.dll, msxmld.dll, msxmlr.dll - MSXML 2.5sp3)

MSXML 2.6sp2 + 887606

KB911562 - Update for MDAC ver.2.8sp1

KB870669 - Security update for MDAC

Unofficial updates:

KB927779 - Update for MDAC ver.2.8sp1

KB925051 - Update for Jet 4.0sp8

KB924191 - Update for MSXML 3.0sp7

KB954430 - Update for MSXML 4.0sp2

KB950749 - Update for Jet 4.0sp8

For silent installation it is necessary to unpack archive (this cab-archve)

in any directory and to run the "setup.exe /Q"

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english - http://rapidshare.de/files/41248316/MDDACU15E.EXE.html

russian - http://rapidshare.de/files/41248347/MDDACU15R.EXE.html

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What's new:

add:

*950749 - Unofficial Update for Jet 4.0sp8

*954430 - Unofficial Update for MSXML 4.0sp2

removed:

*936181 - Unofficial Update for MSXML 4.0sp2

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Can I ask on ask on behalf of all the noobs out there.

Who needs this update?

Does a casual user benefit from it?

that's a good question .. does anyone know the answer? i don't ...

This noob wants to know, too. What does this update do? And does it add any processes? If it does, I hope it has some benefit for the average, everyday user. RAM is a limited and precious resource for many of us.

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New update

Jet 4.0 Q925051.EXE

I'm confused. Isn't Q950749 the latest update? (according to maximus-decim in post #24 earlier and MDGx in post #1 of this thread.)

Edited by Prozactive
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Yes it is.

However where I'm confused is when MD mention both updates in his pack.

KB925051 - Update for Jet 4.0sp8

KB924191 - Update for MSXML 3.0sp7

KB954430 - Update for MSXML 4.0sp2

KB950749 - Update for Jet 4.0sp8

11-13-2009

Q950749:

http://www.mdgx.com/add.htm#JET

Replaced obsolete Jet 4.0 Q925051.EXE hotfix:

* Unofficial Jet 4.0 SP8 Security Vulnerability Fix for Windows 98/98 SP1/98 SE/ME:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/...n/ms08-028.mspx

Direct download [2.6 MB]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/Q950749.EXE

Edited by Fredledingue
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Thanks Fredledingue. That's the specific reference by MDGx I was referring to. So Q950749 is the latest update then?

I always find version control the most confusing, frustrating, and aggravating aspect of MDGx's and other updates. I'm very grateful for all their hard work but it seems like there ought to be a better way to track and maintain control of all the latest Microsoft security updates and hotfixes that they implement.

EDIT: Okay, I just read your edited post. Thank you! Yes that always confuses me too - when both the latest and outdated update(s) are listed. Adding to that confusion is the overlap between MDGx's individual component updates vs. the cumulative updates provided by maximus-decim and others. Again, there must be a better way to keep track of all of these versions.

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