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  1. When downloading the windows 8.1 list through wud site we end up getting the windows 8 instead. I downloaded the version posted here. Thanks for the link!
  2. Hello, thanks for this good job i've tested RT7 on a Win7 x86 EN and besides some small problems it was a success, but when i got my language version Win x86 PT-BR Enterprise i couldn't make it work in 1.7.0 and neither in 2.6.0. If you could fix this a would appreciate 'cause win7 using PT-BR language pack goes far slow in here. Thanks
  3. Sorry i know this isn't the correct place to ask this, but i was unable to find this version you were talking about, there to many related things that even google couldn't give me a correct path to this! Thanks By the way, good job Mimo, your work continues good as always.
  4. Man, we are all in a bad luck time, your site is down again, But plz mimmo don't stop this list yet, since hfslip is ended, i hop your project not to stop yet. Thanks "Waiting to the site come alive again"
  5. All this is really sad, because I do really like this project, i have used hfslip hundreds maybe thousands of times, i know that its not meant for commercial purposes, but if there is need of money as we all need, why the licensing isn't changed for payable in commercial and free for home users. It wouldn't even need to be a great amount of money, if this was done in the past, one to five years ago, i'm sure they would have thousands of dollars in hand, 'cause i know for experience on my last job i used to take my laptop to work and my boss used that one time and questioned me what was differe
  6. Don't know exactly, but just some hours before you updated i had downloaded the previous version.
  7. Yes, Sir, I know! 2010-05-11 - Added: KB978542 (MS10-030: Outlook Express, replaces KB951066 and KB973354) - Removed: KB951066 (MS08-048: Outlook Express) - Removed: KB973354 (part of MS09-037: Active Template Library (ATL)) - Added: Malicious Software Removal Tool 3.7 - Removed: Malicious Software Removal Tool 3.6 Long time no post in here. Just entered in a loop today when updating the filechecker, it kept trying to update. After closing and reopening it went back to normal, just reporting, as it seems to work fine. By the way, keep the good job! EDIT: I was trying to add an exclude insid
  8. Needed??? Hotfixes are fixes for non-widespread, non-critical issues, which is developed fast and hasen't gone through as much regression-testing as the normal updates... Also, since HFSLIP allready is using the QFE branch of the updates, then the files in the updates allready include the fixes from the hotfixes(only for the included files in the updates that is...) Sorry, i may have used a worng word for that, i'm brazilian, my english isn't that good, lol. A good word would be as optional updates, and also, you that obviously knows more about updates Tommyp could take a better look on them
  9. What ist the new one?As far as I know KB960225 can be replaced by KB968389. If KB968389 is existing in HF the file-checker will not report KB960225 as missing. THX for the list. Mimo Exactly, but the file checker doesn't need to search for the older one, just the new one. In my opinion it should just say that KB968389 is missing or not found. And if the older one is present say it's replaced by KB968389. Just that, as there is no need to someone download something if it's already old. I'm sayind this because in the speed this project is going on, in two or three months the checks will be to ma
  10. Needed??? Hotfixes are fixes for non-widespread, non-critical issues, which is developed fast and hasen't gone through as much regression-testing as the normal updates... Also, since HFSLIP allready is using the QFE branch of the updates, then the files in the updates allready include the fixes from the hotfixes(only for the included files in the updates that is...) Sorry, i may have used a worng word for that, i'm brazilian, my english isn't that good, lol. A good word would be as optional updates, and also, you that obviously knows more about updates Tommyp could take a better look on them
  11. Hi is there any kind of intention on adding the updates that are shown in thehotifxshare(google for it), all of them are downloads originaly from microsoft, you most probably know it already, i have found at least 20 updates in there that are needed in the update process. Tomorrow, i will a list of the updates a have used, and a list of the ones that could be directly slipstreamed, i'm at work right now, and no net until friday at home. Thanks for this great job
  12. PTB XP here Do you know any kind of program that monitor in real time what files are used or changed in the system, that would solve almost all my problems here.
  13. Hi, first of all, many thanks, great tool, besides hfslip this one is the one that give's me up more time, updates and space on the final installation. I know this isn't the perfect place to question about, or may be it is, but as i know that you must probably have the answer, goes the question: Does someone know what the hell DotNet 3.5 Full redist download when you try to install it normally? because this happens with me every time when needed a normal install. I have noticed that it download more than one thing, i "think" that the download is of 2 files, one of 50MB+/- and other like 11MB+/
  14. IE8-WindowsXP-KB976662-x86-ENU, a non security update, replaces IE8-WindowsXP-KB971961-x86-ENU - a security update covered by MS09-045. jscript.dll v5.8.6001.22960 And WindowsXP-KB979306-x86-ENU.exe replaces WindowsXP-KB976098-v2-x86-ENU.exe Timezone updates Also KB905474 from mimo's list and in hfslip site are quite old, the new version is 1.9.40 and the ones in the website are 1.7.69.2 if i'm not wrong.
  15. theruan

    Windows Updates

    Found this two new for WINXP x86: kb976662 IE Update kb979306 WinXP Hotfix
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