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Maximus Decim InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 3.4

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Wierd message while installing MDIE6CU 1.8:

This setup will only upgrade over an existing version of VM (X)

What the hell may he be talking about?

Many other update boxes were appearing and disapearing at a rapid rate, before, during and after this message was displayed...

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soporific    0
MD InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 1.8

Hi Md, :hello:

1 -- 929969 - Unofficial Security Update (VGX) - please update your list when you publish your updated release! You list this update as being replaced by 938127

2 -- 941202 - Unofficial Outloook Express Cumutative Security Update -- where did you get this from???

that's all for now :thumbup

Edited by soporific

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soporific    0

Hey MD,

this is your IE 'module' (re-written to reflect what it should read):

MD InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 1.8

*Windows Script Update 5.6 for Windows 98se, Me

*816093 - JVM 3810 Security Update

*816362 - Security Update (MSHTA)*896156 - Unofficial Security Update (MSHTMLED)

*824220 - Unofficial Security Update (IMGUTIL)

*885258 - Security Update (PROCTEXE)

*886677 - Unofficial Security Update (MLANG)

*891781 - Security Update (DHTML)

*896156 - Unofficial Security Update (MSHTMLED)

*905495 - Unofficial Security Update (MSIEFTP)

*908519 - Web fonts update

*917344 - JScript Security Update

*918439 - Security Update (ART Image Rendering)

*920670 - Unofficial Security Update (HLINK)

*938127 - Vulnerability in Vector Markup Language

*941202 - Unofficial Outloook Express Cumutative Security Update

*942615 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update (with uninstall)

*Last Windows Roots Update

*Windows Update

*Advanced options

this is mine:

Module: Internet Explorer (27)

Internet Explorer 6 sp1

q313829 - Hotfix for Unchecked Buffer in Windows Shell Vulnerability

kb816093 - Hotfix for Vulnerability in Microsoft Virtual Machine

kb816362 - Hotfix for Bug in Mshta.exe With Multiple Modal Dialog Boxes

kb824220 - Hotfix for Images Not Appearing in some Web Pages in IE 6 sp1

kb886677 - Unofficial Hotfix for DBCS Corruption in MLANG.DLL

kb893627 - Hotfix for Bug with Group Policies Not Applied in IE6sp1

kb896156 - Hotfix for bug when removing an HTML element from a Web page

kb891781 - Hotfix for DHTML ActiveX Control Vulnerability

kb905495 - Hotfix for Vulnerability in the Windows FTP Client

kb908519 - Hotfix for vulnerability in Embedded Web Fonts

kb917344 - Hotfix for Vulnerability in Microsoft JScript

kb918439 - Hotfix for Vulnerability in ART Image Rendering

kb920670 - Unofficial Hyperlink Object Security Vulnerability Fix

kb923694 - Unofficial Cumulative Update for Outlook Express 6 sp1

kb924191 - Unofficial MSXML 3.0 SP7 Update

kb936181 - MSXML 4.0 SP2 Update

kb938127 - Hotfix for Vulnerability in Vector Markup Language

kb942615 - Unofficial Cumulative Update for Internet Explorer 6 sp1

DX_Media - Unofficial DirectX Media Update for IE 6 sp1 (Dec 07)

IE_Audio - Internet Explorer Navigation Sound Update

HTMLHelp - Unofficial HTML Help Update (HHCTRL.OCX 5.2.3790.2847)

HTMLCert - Unofficial HTML Help Expired Security Certificate Update

RootsUpd - Root Certificate Update October 2007 (14.0.2195.0)

TriEdit - Cumulative TriEdit & DHTML Edit Control Vulnerability Fixes

the differences:

i have all your updates in my module except:

885258

what is it? Can't find no info

you don't have the following:

q313829 - Hotfix for Unchecked Buffer in Windows Shell Vulnerability

kb893627 - Hotfix for Bug with Group Policies Not Applied in IE6sp1

kb924191 - Unofficial MSXML 3.0 SP7 Update

kb936181 - MSXML 4.0 SP2 Update

DX_Media - Unofficial DirectX Media Update for IE 6 sp1 (Dec 07)

IE_Audio - Internet Explorer Navigation Sound Update

HTMLHelp - Unofficial HTML Help Update (HHCTRL.OCX 5.2.3790.2847)

HTMLCert - Unofficial HTML Help Expired Security Certificate Update

TriEdit - Cumulative TriEdit & DHTML Edit Control Vulnerability Fixes

i would appreciate your thoughts on the differences.

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bristols    0
885258

what is it? Can't find no info

Hi soporific,

885258 contains these files:

dummy.cat

dxtmsft.dll

dxtrans.dll

ieuninst.exe

ieupdate.exe

proctexe.ocx

Q885258.cat

Q885258.inf

Q885258_d.inf

Q885258_me.cat

I think the point behind MD's inclusion of 885258 is the installation of proctexe.ocx, build 6.00.2800.1471.

Edit:

Here's the M$ support article:

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=824463

MDGx links to the update here:

http://www.mdgx.com/ietoy.htm#DXT

Edited by bristols

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MD InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 2.0

*Windows Script Update 5.6 for Windows 98se, Me

*917344 - JScript Security Update

*941202 - Unofficial Outloook Express Cumutative Security Update

*944533 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update (with uninstall)

*905495 - Unofficial Security Update (MSIEFTP)

*885258 - Security Update (PROCTEXE)

*816362 - Security Update (MSHTA)

*938127 - Unofficial Security Update (VGX)

*906216 - Unofficial Security Update (DHTML+TRIEDIT)

*920670 - Unofficial Security Update (HLINK)

*918439 - Security Update (ART Image Rendering)

*816093 - JVM 3810 Security Update

*908519 - Web fonts update

*824220 - Unofficial Security Update (IMGUTIL)

*886677 - Unofficial Security Update (MLANG)

*896156 - Unofficial Security Update (MSHTMLED)

*893627 - Hotfix for Bug with Group Policies Not Applied in IE6sp1

*Unofficial DirectX Media (DXM) 6.0 Update

*Last Windows Roots Update

*Windows Update

*Advanced options

--------------------------------------------------------------

english - http://rapidshare.com/files/93085644/MDIE6CU20E.EXE.html

russian - http://rapidshare.com/files/93091556/MDIE6CU20R.EXE.html

---------------------------------------------------------------

*Size: ~14mB

*Control version for Windows 98se and IE6sp1.

For silent installation MDIE6CU it is necessary

to run the "mdie6cu20.exe /Q:A"

For full silent installation IE6sp1 it is necessary

to run the "ie6setup.exe /Q:A /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:A""

or "ie6setup.exe /Q:U /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:U""

What's new:

add:

*944533 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update (with uninstall)

*Last Roots Update

*893627 - Hotfix for Bug with Group Policies Not Applied in IE6sp1

*906216 - Unofficial Security Update (DHTML+TRIEDIT)

*Unofficial DirectX Media (DXM) 6.0 Update

removed:

*942615 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update

*891781 - Unofficial Security Update (DHTML)

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MD InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 2.1

*Windows Script Update 5.6

*917344 - JScript Security Update

*944338 - Unofficial Windows Script Security Update

*941202 - Unofficial Outloook Express Cumutative Security Update

*947864 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update (with uninstall)

*905495 - Unofficial Security Update (MSIEFTP)

*885258 - Security Update (PROCTEXE)

*816362 - Security Update (MSHTA)

*938127 - Unofficial Security Update (VGX)

*906216 - Unofficial Security Update (DHTML+TRIEDIT)

*920670 - Unofficial Security Update (HLINK)

*918439 - Security Update (ART Image Rendering)

*816093 - JVM 3810 Security Update

*908519 - Web fonts update

*824220 - Unofficial Security Update (IMGUTIL)

*886677 - Unofficial Security Update (MLANG)

*896156 - Unofficial Security Update (MSHTMLED)

*893627 - Hotfix for Bug with Group Policies Not Applied in IE6sp1

*Unofficial DirectX Media (DXM) 6.0 Update

*Last Windows Roots Update

*Windows Update

*Advanced options

--------------------------------------------------------------

english - http://rapidshare.com/files/110309633/MDIE6CU21E.EXE.html

russian - http://rapidshare.com/files/110310664/MDIE6CU21R.EXE.html

---------------------------------------------------------------

*Size: ~14mB

*Control version for Windows 98se and IE6sp1.

For silent installation MDIE6CU it is necessary

to run the "mdie6cu21.exe /Q:A"

For full silent installation IE6sp1 it is necessary

to run the "ie6setup.exe /Q:A /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:A""

or "ie6setup.exe /Q:U /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:U""

What's new:

add:

*947864 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update (with uninstall)

*944338 - Unofficial Windows Script Security Update

removed:

*944533 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update

Edited by maximus-decim

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celtish    0
Small fix and new link:

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english - http://rapidshare.com/files/110309633/MDIE6CU21E.EXE.html

russian - http://rapidshare.com/files/110310664/MDIE6CU21R.EXE.html

--------------------------------------------------------------

That Rapidshare site is absolutely silly. Especially now that they've introduced that illegible "capcha" thing. I've tried umpteen times. Couldn't you give us a better link?

If you would email the file to me I will put it up on my own website

Edited by celtish

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Wierd message while installing MDIE6CU 1.8:
This setup will only upgrade over an existing version of VM (X)

What the hell may he be talking about?

Many other update boxes were appearing and disapearing at a rapid rate, before, during and after this message was displayed...

Is it because uSP 3.0 uninstal Virtual Machine?

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