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"Windows XP SP3 does not include Windows Internet Explorer 7, although Windows XP SP3 does include updates to both Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7, and it will update whichever version is installed on the computer." ..from the "Overview of Windows XP Service Pack 3" available here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;displaylang=en It is a good read and contains the answers to pretty much everything one requires. I use OnePiece's "OnePiece_IE7AddOn_2.1.1_ENU" with no errors. Hi RickSteele, like I rode, I slipstreamed SP3, IE7 and WMP11 into my XP-SP2. And, yes SP3 contains the update, but when I slipstream the IE7 into my XP-CD with SP3, it does not apply this update to my IE7. I tried to evade the OS-Check of the KB947864 to get installed into my not updated IE7 under XP-SP3, but then the integrity-check fails. I think I have to wait, until the next cumulative IE7 update comes up ;-) I can just recommend everybody to include the KB947864 into your nlite-XP-SP3-CD, if you also include IE7, to have a workaround for this problem. I cannot use the OnePiece thing, because I need my IE7 and the updates in german. Thanks for your help
Hi Guys, I've got also the problem with the ie7 hotfix kb947864. I slipstreamed XP-SP3 with IE7 and WMP11. It works fine, but I always get notified about the update kb947864 and its installation fails. When I downloaded manually and ran setup, I got the message that the patch isn't compatible with my system. I think the problem is, that this update is already included in sp3, so patch is not made for XP-SP3 and fails to install. The IE7 I seems to be not patched with sp3, because it is slipstreamed, but I cannot install the patch because of the OS-Version Check of the Update. Including the patch to the nlite-cd could solve the problem, but I don't have the facilities to test this idea.