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HJW

Vista MasterUpdatePack (MUP)

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Hello MSFNusers,

December 20th Post

Vista MasterUpdatePack

This Vista UpdatePack contains 350+ packages you can use to update your Vista Installation Image (install.wim). All integration methods should work with these updates, no errors should occur. However in some situations some updates may fail to integrate even though this pack has been tested several times every month. Depending on the integration method you are using the whole integration process might fail or just a single update integration fails. Due the large number hotfixes I decided to skip all update descriptions and list. You have basically two options integrate all updates here avalaible or just only integrate the updates that normally would come through your Windows Update Client. That will be about 40-50 update packages.

Vista MasterUpdatePack applies to all Vista Image entries in your install.wim (MUP is language NEUTRAL).

The Extras .7z pack will only apply to Vista Ultimate Editions.

As addition I added updates to update your Office 2007 Installation. This works very easily the only thing you need to do: create a directory named Updates in your Office07 dir. Place in that folder all msp files and those will be applied during office 2007 installation. The extra "Save as PDF Plugin" needs to be called externally e.g. with WPI or CMDscript.

There are a few things you might miss after applying all these tons of updates and extra packages. Yes there is more.. think like: UXTheme, TCPIP.SYS, Themes, Capicom. Therefore I created an extra pack called "CustomPack". This pack needs to be copied manually to your Vmount directory. This pack wil be later available.

Thanks2:

Siginet (4Hosting) http://www.siginetsoftware.com/

Download

http://vistapacks.siginetsoftware.com/

Special Thanks fly out to Sp00f for testing and helping collecting updates.

Have Fun!

HJW

Available Files:

-Packages_through_WinUpdate

-Packages_1_for_KBx

-Packages_for_KBx

-Extra_Packages

-Office UpdatePack_1.0 replaced by Office SP1

-KB936644-outlfltr

-PDF_SaveAs_Plugin

Edited by HJW

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Thanks for all of your hard work! I know you guys have been working on this project for a while now. I am sure a lot of people are going to enjoy this.

For those of you who download this... please give some feedback.

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well, i am dl it now, and will test this this weekend, but tell me, integrateble with Vlite?

damian666

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I used this tool to slipstream :

VISTA-TOOLS 1.0

Download : Vista-Tools

Size : 203 kB

Packed size : 84,8 kB

MD5 : FA3BEC702BA67A27100BD63D043A3682

Credits : Jan

WAIK has to be installed

hotfixpi3.th.jpg

Edited by sp00f

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ok

did um all in

no errors

Take some time though :D

:whistle:just wait but then you 've got something :D

Edited by HJW

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I used this tool to slipstream :

Download : Vista-Tools

Size : 14,9mb

Packed size : 3,49

MD5 : E8AF12CAA5F1915623B40AD31FABC1CB

Credits : Jan

hotfixpi3.th.jpg

Got a question

i used an older release ( from 3-10-2007 ) of that nice tool by Jan

and drivers integrate fine

when i use this release while integrate drivers i get error

like

driversth6.jpg

Edited by TheSickman

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i got the Drivers error too.

maybe the drivers have to be all inside that root folder?

i have one folder for each driver inside drivers root.

also, how can i tell if the updates are integrated. i briefly looked at the command windows and some were saying that the process completely successfully and other said that it couldn't find a patter like * or something like that.

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i got the Drivers error too.

maybe the drivers have to be all inside that root folder?

i have one folder for each driver inside drivers root.

also, how can i tell if the updates are integrated. i briefly looked at the command windows and some were saying that the process completely successfully and other said that it couldn't find a patter like * or something like that.

With the 1.0 tool you can choose to install all at once, or one by one.

Make sure you dont hide the command prompt.

And how to see if they are installed, i thought you already asked.

http://www.msfn.org/board/integrated_updat...010#entry706010

Just use waik so see the packages.

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