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steven4554

Post-SP1 updates for Windows 7 (Updated 08/10/2019)

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Thank you for this great list :thumbup

 

I think some updates are superseded:

 

KB2488113,KB2505438,KB2522422,KB2511250 -> KB2670838

KB2699779 -> KB2918614

KB2677070 -> KB2868626,KB2862966,KB2813430,KB2808679

KB2913431 -> KB2957189

Thanks for liking my ULZ's :) And for reporting about those superseded updates I did miss, they will not appear in the next ULZ's!

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Just wanted to say thanks for making this list and keeping it updated! It seriously saves me a lot of time! Thanks  :thumbup

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Thanks for the list. Here's a few superseded updates:
KB2503658 superseded by KB2544893
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms11-037

KB2476490 superseded by KB2564958
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms11-075

KB2525694 superseded by KB2567053 which was superseded by KB2639417 which was superseded by KB2660465...(too many more to list)
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms11-077
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms11-087
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms12-008

KB2620712 superseded by KB2813170 superseded by KB2859537 superseded by KB2872339
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms13-031
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms13-063
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/ms13-077

KB2584146 superseded by KB3000869
https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/MS14-060





 

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Thanks for pointing out more superseded updates that I missed:-

 

1) KB2503658 has been removed

2) KB2476490 has been removed

3) KB2525694 has been removed, and the latest update is KB3000061

4) KB2620712 has been removed

5) KB2584146 has been removed

 

I think from now on, I will use MU Catalog site to up to date on what's been superseded. The updates listed above will gone in the next available ULZ's!

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First you download a program created by JCarle called Windows Updates Downloader (download the latest version, link is below).

 

Then after you've downloaded and installed WUD, double left click on the ulz file, after a sec. you should get a confirmation prompt that the update list has been installed.

 

Now run the WUD program and you should have a list of Security and Non-Security and other options displayed for you, all you have to do is choose the updates or extras you would like to download.

 

And that's it, and every month when MS releases new updates the ulz files will be updated, and when that happens, just install that list and it will update the previous list!

 

To download WUD: http://www.windowsupdatesdownloader.com/ProgramFiles.aspx (And choose v2.50.)

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Thanks for pointing out more superseded updates that I missed:-

 

1) KB2503658 has been removed

2) KB2476490 has been removed

3) KB2525694 has been removed, and the latest update is KB3000061

4) KB2620712 has been removed

5) KB2584146 has been removed

 

I think from now on, I will use MU Catalog site to up to date on what's been superseded. The updates listed above will gone in the next available ULZ's!

 

Steven, about 2620712: the latest update in that chain of updates (2859537, supersedes all the others before it) is not in your most recent ulz, at least for win7 x86. Oversight perhaps?

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Steven, about 2620712: the latest update in that chain of updates (2859537, supersedes all the others before it) is not in your most recent ulz, at least for win7 x86. Oversight perhaps?

 

KB2859537 is superseded by KB2872339

 

 

EDIT: Sorry about the multiple posts, kept getting server error msgs

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Hmm, that differs from what the MU update catalog site has for these 2 KB's:

 

2859537:

http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/ScopedViewInline.aspx?updateid=1689ceb1-9030-4832-9a83-f371d9820531

 

2872339:

http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/ScopedViewInline.aspx?updateid=2577b217-c954-4629-a281-70ebf9150ddd

 

:unsure:

 

EDIT: I just noticed, the superseding you attached was for x64 version,  not x86.

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KB2872339 and previously released updates have been superseded by KB2922229, and it was added to the ULZ's in April 2014.

 

I have removed KB2872339 from the x64 version of the lists.

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KB2872339 and previously released updates have been superseded by KB2922229, and it was added to the ULZ's in April 2014.

 

I have removed KB2872339 from the x64 version of the lists.

 

So what about x86 version? 2859537 was never superseded on the x86 platform.

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I do believe that KB2859537 is a botched update, and has been superseded when MS released a fix for it. Someone in MS has forgotten to update the info in MU Catalog, to say it's superseded!

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I do believe that KB2859537 is a botched update, and has been superseded when MS released a fix for it. Someone in MS has forgotten to update the info in MU Catalog, to say it's superseded!

 

Just to be safe, I've left out that update and will report any issues with WU requesting it...

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