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  1. As far as I have tested, Microsoft did NOT put the KB4012598 update into Windows Update, so you must download and install it from the catalog. To save people's effort of browsing that broken interface of Microsoft Update Catalog, I've dumped all URLs from the pages. Security Update for Windows XP SP3 (KB4012598) http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-ara_ec0e5c3d7d1433686c5d59a144d25f99d2e42945.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-chs_dca9b5adddad778cfd4b7349ff54b51677f36775.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-cht_a84b778a7caa21af282f93ea0cdada0f7abb7d6a.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-csy_0d3b05e28c9b74e02f8880d510236e2ca946136f.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-dan_2923c2e1c5af998fccbefdf943dd21541290970a.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-deu_c1e81e14c283f2adbbdce9c1de348b4295b6a45c.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-ell_c7096e83ecfbb487569f986f50ec9cd7bf1b6476.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-enu_eceb7d5023bbb23c0dc633e46b9c2f14fa6ee9dd.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-esn_1fbe054158b612f4d37558975f925469239fa4c3.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-fin_8437b82a5813c7bbfc49acf41184964571dbc4a7.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-fra_eb47689656c58ab374521babb9bdca07304d87f5.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-heb_6f350108d1fc966e2827275791f7fa59ed2b796e.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-hun_c224c0c73222bf850a7c3925aa77710374dea7c6.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-ita_fd509a8ba0a6d53bbe3ebe596ea8c8a15e0a2852.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-jpn_1836e8e67fdffb285b730c1476ec1806bc7c5658.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-kor_b2a6516e2fd541c75ebb4bcaeb15e91846ac90c5.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-nld_b5ca96f480a0c1eed967f4d61d8eb7c8ace46003.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-nor_8267b2e4fee715c7c5dc8694a9ec851fb3af2a74.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-plk_05bec673af4dad0a111aacb89fe2c463539c010e.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-ptb_916cb3aa70ee0e49588196aae0df8f19bfd1c127.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-ptg_90b15b2c32519cc241a8edebd1d912ab93b8b950.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-rus_84397f9eeea668b975c0c2cf9aaf0e2312f50077.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-sve_83fda8bb513115db20f024cecf43008fe8bc36c4.exe http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/csa/csa/secu/2017/02/windowsxp-kb4012598-x86-custom-trk_6e77a15f3faabd3db9928e7adedcde687f412a72.exe More links are here, if you're interested: https://github.com/Explorer09/Ex-pit/blob/master/KB4012598-direct-links.txt KB4012598-direct-links.txt
  2. Yes my solution makes a post-installer rather than integrate them directly to WinXP CD. For me there is some reason to keep the old IE6, and the post-installer can be used to upgrade the existing Windows XP installation (with IE6 or IE7) to IE8. I use java because it's convenient to write. I wish it could be ported to C but no idea how to start.
  3. Mimo doesn't seem to update his list for two months. Should I give a quick summary of what's changed? March 2014 April 2014 March 2014 KB2935092 | hotfix | timezone | 42048 | replaces KB2904266 (cumulative time zone update) (OBSOLETE:) KB2925418 | MS14-012 | IE | 42219 42207 | replaces KB2909921 in MS14-010 KB2929961 | MS14-013 | qedit.dll | 42113 | replaces KB2845187 in MS13-056 KB2930275 | MS14-015 | win32k.sys | 42101 | replaces KB2893984 in MS13-101 KB931125 | optional | rootsupd.exe (March 2014) | 42092 | WGA Validation Required KB2934207 | "high-priority" | EOS notification | ENU direct download | Nagware. Better hide this update rather than install it. April 2014 KB2936068 | MS14-018 | IE | 42431 42436 | replaces KB2925418 in MS14-012 KB2922229 | MS14-019 | kernel32.dll | 42329 | replaces KB2758857 in MS12-081 (Office 2003:) KB2878303 | MS14-017 | WINWORD | 42408 | replaces KB2863866 in MS14-001 (Office 2003:) KB2878299 | MS14-020 | MSPUB | 42403 | replaces KB2810047 in MS13-042 May 2014 out-of-band security bulletin KB2964358 | MS14-021 | mshtml.dll (IE) | 42591 42588 | None MSRT and Flash Player omitted here.
  4. You all can read this: Experiment of how nLite slipstream updates Because I do manual slipstreaming, and not rely on nLite or HFSLIP, so I have a basic knowledge of how slipstreaming is done. And I can tell you one thing. LAYOUT.INF cannot be modified as it was digitally signed. The Windows Setup will verify its signature. However, adding additional files to copy in TXTSETUP.SIF does work - it doesn't have to match LAYOUT.INF.
  5. If I never use these tools I would never be here. If you see some of my posts above in this thread, you'll see I also report HFSLIP bugs and provide list updates for Mimo who doesn't have enough time to do so. The fact that I use it doesn't mean I like it. That's it.
  6. Off-topic now. I prefer open-source solutions. And for IE8 I already made up my own solution. For .NET, I can't.
  7. First IE security flaw after Windows XP goes EOL. Now blame Microsoft for not open-sourcing their IE6 or IE8 browsers. http://consumerist.com/2014/04/29/microsoft-has-yet-to-issue-a-fix-for-major-internet-explorer-security-flaw/ http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/04/27/oops_we_did_it_again_microsoft_warns_of_ie_zero_day/ EDIT: Congratulations that I was wrong. MS does release an update for XP this time. Windows XP KB2964358 | MS14-021 | mshtml.dll (IE) | 42591 42588 | None
  8. I don't like them either. .NET Installers eat up my disk space unnecessarily. And when I tried to refresh the update lists, I often complain something like, "d*mn Micro$oft, why don't you merge KB2894843 and KB2901111 updates together?" And because they release the updates in MSP packages (and digitally signed), it's almost impossible for me to merge two update packages together, or merge the updates with the installer. (This never happens in Linux software packaging, AFAIK. In Debian/Ubuntu, updating software means just installing a newer .deb package over an old one, and package maintainers often update the whole set of deb packages for that software.)
  9. If you guys just want new XP updates released between February 2014 and April 2014, I have my own list for you to see the differences. March 2014 http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/140336-the-file-checker-hfslipfc-for-hfslip/?p=1071126 April 2014 http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/140336-the-file-checker-hfslipfc-for-hfslip/?p=1074081
  10. Here you are. The Last batch of Windows XP updates. I'll make my last slipstreamed Windows XP CD and then say goodbye to XP. Windows XP KB2936068 | MS14-018 | IE | 42431 42436 | replaces KB2925418 in MS14-012 KB2922229 | MS14-019 | kernel32.dll | 42329 | replaces KB2758857 in MS12-081 Malicious Software Removal Tool APSB14-09 | Adobe Flash Player Office 2003 KB2878303 | MS14-017 | WINWORD | 42408 | replaces KB2863866 in MS14-001 KB2878299 | MS14-020 | MSPUB | 42403 | replaces KB2810047 in MS13-042 No OUTLFLTR update for Outlook 2003 this month (but there is one for Outlook 2007). The attached files are the list of updates for Office 2003 and 2007 that are offered by Microsoft Update. The list are in CSV format - you can open them in Excel or write a downloader script that parses these tables. office2003-update-list-zh-TW.csv.txt office2007-update-list-en-US.csv.txt office2007-update-list-zh-TW.csv.txt
  11. I got the direct download links for the d*mn KB2934207 update (a.k.a. the EOL notification): ENU: http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/crup/2014/03/windowsxp-kb2934207-x86-enu_a47ce3bac240b6d955918ffdeef415a32fec6681.exe CHT: http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/crup/2014/03/windowsxp-kb2934207-x86-cht_da85abcaba046a34d222f8a005625b4ad404c5ad.exe In case someone needs this. That's it.
  12. I've added KB931125 to my list already. As for KB2934207, it didn't offer to me when I checked it, so I don't know what to do. Can anyone who got this update provide a direct download link so I can do some experiment to it? (Just use Wireshark to get the HTTP packets and grab the URL from inside them.)
  13. I would better avoid the KB2934207 update, or find a registry workaround for that. Like MSRT, it's not worth slipstreaming. (http://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=113436)
  14. The KB2935092 time zone update does not seem to appear in the Windows Update list. It should be a hotfix, I think. Anyway, March 2014 Patch Tuesday - 1 month before Windows XP and Office 2003 go EOL. That means, the Patch Tuesday next month will be the last one for Windows XP, and we will say goodbye then. KB2925418 | MS14-012| IE | 42219 42207 | replaces KB2909921 in MS14-010 KB2929961 | MS14-013 | qedit.dll | 42113 | replaces KB2845187 in MS13-056 KB2930275 | MS14-015 | win32k.sys | 42101 | replaces KB2893984 in MS13-101 (Update 2014-03-13: I forgot one update. This one is offered in WU but not in Automatic Updates) KB931125 | optional | rootsupd.exe (March 2014) | 42092 | WGA Validation Required (Update 2014-04-06: Add the KB2934207 nagware and it's download link) KB2934207 | "high-priority" | EOS notification | ENU direct download | Nagware. Better hide this update rather than install it. APSB14-08 | Adobe Flash Player No updates for Office 2003. Not even OUTLFLTR update (but there is one for Outlook 2007).
  15. February 2014 Patch Tuesday - 2 months before Windows XP and Office 2003 go EOL. Windows XP KB2916036 | MS14-005 | msxml3.dll | 41715 | See below KB2909921 | MS14-010 | IE | 41861 41893 | replaces KB2898785 in MS13-097 KB2909212 | MS14-011 | vbscript.dll (5.7) | 41766 | Does NOT replace KB2510581 KB2909210-IE8 | MS14-011 | vbscript.dll (5.8) | 41833 | See below Flash Player APSB14-04 Note: The KB2757638 + KB2916036 updates together replace KB2719985. (For x86) The KB2632503-IE8 + KB2909210-IE8 updates together replace KB2510531-IE8. (For x86) No Office updates this month (not even OUTLFLTR update), as far as I know.
  16. Now here's my part: January 2014 Patch Tuesday - 3 months before Windows XP and Office 2003 go EOL. Windows XP KB2914368 | MS14-002 | ndproxy.sys | 41590 | replaces KB2440591 in MS10-099 Malicious software removal tool Flash Player (for IE) and (for other browsers) APSB14-02 Office 2003 KB2863866 | MS14-001 | WINWORD | 41609 | replaces KB2826020 in MS13-086 No OUTLFLTR update for now. Since 2013-11-22+ 2850047 MS13-096 (2013-December)+ 2863866 MS14-001 (2014-January)+ 2863822 outlfltr (2013-December)- 2817480 MS13-054 (replaced by 2850047)- 2826020 MS13-086 (replaced by 2863866)- 2849999 outlfltr (replaced by 2863822)(For reference, I've uploaded my own Office 2003 update list. Just rename the attached text file to .csv and then you can open it with MS Excel.)office2003-update-list-zh-TW.csv.txt
  17. AFAIK, it's 5.6 that is the default Windows Script version in WinXP x64. So for 5.6 we should install KB2892076 instead. Are you intentionally updating the Windows Script version in your list? Or is there another reason?
  18. Yes, and I've already edited my post to reflect this. Thanks.
  19. My summary here: December 2013 Patch Tuesday - 4 months before Windows XP and Office 2003 go EOL. Windows XP KB2898785 | MS13-097 | IE | 41458 41404 | replaces KB2888505 in MS13-088 KB2893294 | MS13-098 | imagehlp.dll | 41205 | none replaced, but KB2749655 + KB2893294 together replace KB2653956. KB2892075 | MS13-099 | scrrun.dll (WSH 5.7) | 41253 | none replaced. (WinXP x64 comes with WSH 5.6 by default and should install KB2892076 instead.) KB2893984 | MS13-101 | win32k.sys | 41260 | replaces KB2883150 in MS13-081 KB2898715 | MS13-102 | rpcrt4.dll | 41336 | replaces KB2849470 in MS13-062 KB2904266 | timezone | 41354 | replace KB2890882 and KB2863058. WGA validation required (2013-12-14 Update:) KB2917500 | Advisory-2916652 | rvkroots.exe | 41542 | replaces KB2798897, WGA validation required Malicious software removal tool Flash Player 11.9.900.170 APSB13-28 Office 2003 KB2850047 | MS13-096 | GDIPLUS | 41426 | replaces KB2817480 in MS13-054 KB2863822 | OUTLFLTR | 41408 Since 2013-11-22+ 2850047 MS13-096 (2013-December)+ 2863822 outlfltr (2013-December)- 2817480 MS13-054 (replaced by 2850047)- 2849999 outlfltr (replaced by 2863822)(Below are updates not needed for HFSLIP, but I will download them for myself.).NET framework KB2894843 | Advisory-2905247 | ndp2.0sp2 | 41398 | replaces KB2656352 in MS11-100 Office 2007 KB2817641 | MS13-096 | ogl | 41513 | replaces KB2687309 in MS13-054, compatibility pack affected KB2850022 | MS13-106 | mshelp | 41440 | none KB2850085 | outlfltr | 41391 Update (2013-12-14): A new update, KB2917500 (rvkroots.exe), has been released on 2013-Dec-12. But unlike the old rvkroots.exe update, this one requires WGA validation. Update (2014-01-15): The Security Advisory 2914486 has been resolved by the update in MS14-002.
  20. Oh no, I messed something up in my list on my last post. Sorry, Mimo. Here are the corrections: Since 2013-11-16+ 2825621 MS13-078 (2013-September)+ 2826020 MS13-086 (2013-October)- 2817682 MS13-072 (replaced by 2826020)See this post about the 2825621 update.
  21. November 2013 Patch Tuesday - 5 months before Windows XP and Office 2003 go EOL. Windows XP KB2888505 | MS13-088 | IE | 41064 41074 | replaces KB2879017 KB2876331 | MS13-089 | gdi32.dll | 40919 | replaces KB956802 KB2900986 | MS13-090 | ActiveX Kill Bits | 40920 | replaces KB2820197 KB2868626 | MS13-095 | crypt32.dll | 40915 | replaces KB2661254, but does NOT replace KB2808679 KB2862152 | Advisory | oakley.dll | 41021 | replaces KB974392 KB931125 | Advisory-2880823 | rootsupd.exe | 41084 | November 2013 APSB13-26 | Adobe Flash Player 11.9.900.152 Malicious Software Removal Tool, of course Office 2003 KB2760494 | MS13-091 | MSCONV | 41120 | replaces KB975051 KB2849999 | outlfltr | 41109 Since 2013-08-13+ 2817474 MS13-072 (2013-September)+ 2810048 MS13-073 (2013-September)+ 2825621 MS13-078 (2013-September)+ 2826020 MS13-086 (2013-October)+ 2760494 MS13-091 (2013-November)+ 2849999 outlfltr (2013-November)- 2817421 MS13-051 (replaced by 2817474)- 2810046 MS13-043 (replaced by 2817682)- 2687481 MS12-076 (replaced by 2810048)- 975051 MS09-073 (replaced by 2760494)- 2817682 MS13-072 (replaced by 2826020)- 2817666 outlfltr- 2817523 outlfltr- 2825947 outlfltrUpdate (2013-11-14): KB2900986 also replaces KB2820197. Thanks jvidal for the correction at the next post. Update (2013-11-18): Corrected some updates in the Office 2003 update list.
  22. If you want me to troubleshoot your problem, you should clearly describe what happened to you and what your problem is. Here are some points I need to make clear: 1. What updates did you integrate? Did you integrate the ENU version of updates or the updates of your language (ITA, I guess)? 2. What differences do you see between Windows Update and -X-'s list? 3. When you "do not get prompted for ANY new updates", what is the version of your Windows Update Agent? For the third question, look at the file version of "C:\WINDOWS\system32\wuapi.dll". (In your Windows Explorer, right-click the file and select "Properties". Then go to Versions tab and you will see the file version.) 4. (This is not a question but a thing you need to check too.) Open "regedit", and navigate to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Hotfixes". In the "SP4" subkey, you should find every KBxxxxxx update you have ever installed in your computer, or slipstreamed through nLite. Before you can claim that you have "all the latest ones", check the key and make sure it is not empty and it has a lot of KBxxxxxx subkeys.
  23. How about trying the UDC script from -X-? It might help solve your problem. For your second question, I can give you some hints: 1. When you add hotfixes in nLite, click the "Advanced" button. Then check the "Display Reports" checkbox. nLite will warn you about the updates that it cannot directly integrate. (I don't know if it warns about WUA---because I don't have time to track the bug.) 2. After slipstreaming, you can see the nLite log, and the I386\SVCPACK directory inside your nLite'd CD. The SVCPACK directory should contain .CAT (or .CA_) files for every KBxxxxxx update you integrate. 3. If you slipstream Adobe Flash and WUA, look for the installers in SVCPACK too.
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