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I wrote a program that I've been using on Windows ME and XP to apply a number of patches at once to the system.

Is there any reason why this program wouldn't run on Windows 98 SE?

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Is there any reason why this program wouldn't run on Windows 98 SE?


There is no reason that I know of that it shouldn't work on Windows 98 SE. However, I can only claim that it works on something when I tested it and know it works. That happens to be Windows ME and Windows XP. If it happens to work on other things (and it reasonably should) that I can't test it on, great! In fact, it'd be great to know what it works on and doesn't work on outside of what I can test.

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WHERE IS THE DOWNLOAD PROGRAM???

I wrote a program that I've been using on Windows ME and XP to apply a number of patches at once to the system.

The basic idea of how it works: There's an interactive mode and non-interactive mode. Select the patches (or provide the directory on the command line) and then it runs the patches then offers to reboot. More details are in the text file with the program.

Comments or questions welcome in this thread.



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WHERE IS THE DOWNLOAD PROGRAM???

Instead of SHOUTING:
http://www.msfn.org/...ead-t18408.html

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simply READ the thread:
your post is this one:
http://www.msfn.org/...54-page-27.html
just scroll up 6 posts or click here:
http://www.msfn.org/...54-page-21.html
the program is in the attachment.

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I can't say I know the issue, since the link works fine for me and always has. :S

And I can't change the attachment facility link upon edit either, so really can't do much more.


Hi Glen
I just found your program but am also unable to download it. I get a blank window and if I add the link to free Download Manager it says file not found on server?

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I just found your program but am also unable to download it. I get a blank window and if I add the link to free Download Manager it says file not found on server?


http://www.msfn.org/...54-page-21.html

Edited by Glenn9999, 20 December 2009 - 09:56 AM.


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Version 2.00 is released and can be found on the first post.  The main change is that it supports CAB files via pkgmgr and dism and MSU via wusa.  I tested it against Windows 8.1 and Windows XP.  Given I used the same code base for handling EXE, there shouldn't be any reason why it shouldn't support Windows ME as well.


Edited by Glenn9999, 29 July 2014 - 08:35 AM.





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