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steven4554

Post-SP1 updates for Windows 7 (Updated 12/11/2019)

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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2982791

 

Known issue 2

Microsoft is investigating behavior in which fonts do not render correctly after any of the following updates are installed:

2982791 MS14-045: Description of the security update for kernel-mode drivers: August 12, 2014

2970228 Update to support the new currency symbol for the Russian ruble in Windows

2975719 August 2014 update rollup for Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2

2975331 August 2014 update rollup for Windows RT, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2012

 

Status

Microsoft has removed the download links to these updates while these issues are being investigated

 

Known issue 3

Microsoft is investigating behavior in which systems may crash with a 0x50 Stop error message (bugcheck) after any of the following updates are installed:

2982791 MS14-045: Description of the security update for kernel-mode drivers: August 12, 2014

2970228 Update to support the new currency symbol for the Russian ruble in Windows

2975719 August 2014 update rollup for Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2

2975331 August 2014 update rollup for Windows RT, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2012

This condition may be persistent and may prevent the system from starting correctly.

Status

Microsoft has removed the download links to these updates while these issues are being investigated.

 

Edited by PinkFreud

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Thanks for the great list.

 

Newbie question, how do you make sure the updates are applied or integrated in the correct order?

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Hi, if you apply or integrate a update that's already on the system or offline image, then DISM will skip it. And you can integrate any update in any order, just be sure to leave out the updates in the lists that have the Non-Integrate labelled beside it, and you'll be fine.

 

As for installing, the updates that won't work when integrated will need to be installed after installation of Win7, like KB2533552 for example.

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Hi, if you apply or integrate a update that's already on the system or offline image, then DISM will skip it. And you can integrate any update in any order, just be sure to leave out the updates in the lists that have the Non-Integrate labelled beside it, and you'll be fine.

 

As for installing, the updates that won't work when integrated will need to be installed after installation of Win7, like KB2533552 for example.

 

Thanks for the reply.  I guess IE11 is an exception then.  I saw your instructions in another thread and it worked.

 

Can DISM give a warning when it skips or fails to integrate an update?  Also, is the System Update Readiness Tool (KB947821) also Non-Integrate?  What about the other Optional Updates?

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As long as you install/integrate the required updates for IE11 to work in Win7 SP1, you should be fine :)

 

Yes, it will give an error message and usually details info on what to do next. As for KB947821, you can sort of integrate it, but it's not really a update, it's more of a tool to resolving problems with the system files. It's best to leave that alone, unless you're facing issues with your system.

 

Everything in the Optional section is non-integrate, but you can integrate them using 3 methods:-

 

1) Reverse Integration, This involves installing a version of Win7 that's customised with your settings and programs included in the offline image. Beware, that this can be a lengthy process depending on your system configuration.

 

2) Setup scripts, these run after Win7 installation has finished but before you can access the desktop, so your programs will be there when you login for the first time (hopefully!)

 

3) Using 3rd party programs, to config your offline images, some will even allow you to install updates on a live system, like WinToolkit. 

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Thanks again for the detailed reply.  Some of the integrated updates show up again in Windows Update after a Language Pack is installed.  Is this normal?

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Yes it is, cause the updates would require that language pack in order to work in that language.

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Hey steven,

 

Great advice and support :)

 

Been building my ISO's with your updates (all the correct integrate ones only) using DISM

command line method. It seems upon installing win7x64 integrated ISO, there are some .NET warnings

".NET Runtime Optimization Service  Version or flavor did not match with repository" in Event

Viewer. Wasn't bothered by them until installing more .NET security fixes and the same errors

were popping up after the patches run. FYI I use the ngen -executequeueditems flag to compile

after a reboot of the updates.

 

The most recent patch Tuesday produced 78 of the '.NET Runtime Optimization Service  Version or

flavor did not match with repository warnings' with different targets. Looking back, there are those

warnings each time a new .NET patch is run.

 

Is there something I special I need to do with DISM to integrate .NET 3.5.1 security patches or is it the

warnings just something we have to live with with integration?

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Errors like these are okay, it's just NGEN optimising the files, and most times these errors will pop up often.

Even happens to me, and I've not had any problems with both .NET 3.5.1 or 4.5.3.

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Really appreciate these lists.  I know they are aimed at home users but I use them for integration at work.  The tags for "non-integrate" have been extremely helpful also.  Saves over a hour per machine integrating these over waiting for windows updates.

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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

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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

Would be awesome if this is true, cant wait for the next update from Steven.

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