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steven4554

Post-SP1 updates for Windows 7 (Updated 13/08/2019)

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Oops, Latest ulz from 9/12/14 has the 64bit version of the Adobe Flash in both the x64 and the x86 versions.

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Evidentlly kb3004394 (12/2014) is a dud, at least for Windows 7. Microsoft reccomends uninstalling it. I did and it solved a problem for me. G.

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Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB3024777)

It seems that this update supersedes/fixes KB3004394 

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Thanks, I know the ULZ's are out of date on the website, but you have to understand that JCarle is very busy at the moment, especially at this time of year. Just be patient.

 

ULZ's have now been updated!

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KB2976627 is superseded

KB2862152 is a Direct Access update is non-applicable in a home user list. 

KB2973351 will be added in January, unless the update gets superseded!

KB2984972 is a RDP update which I do not provide in these lists!

KB2993651 is already in the lists, always download and use the latest available ULZ's

KB3003743 is a RDP update which I do not provide in these lists!

KB3025390 is available in the latest lists!

KB2985461 is a RDP update which I do not provide in these lists!

KB2533552 is already in the lists, has been since 2011.

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If i download all updates from this list, is there specific order how to add this updates or can i add them all at once ?

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All updates both Security and Non-Security (except for IE11 updates if you're not using IE11) can be installed/ integrated in any order. But be sure to know that some updates are non-integrate and are clearly marked in the lists.

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KB2976627 is superseded

KB2862152 is a Direct Access update is non-applicable in a home user list. 

KB2973351 will be added in January, unless the update gets superseded!

KB2984972 is a RDP update which I do not provide in these lists!

KB2993651 is already in the lists, always download and use the latest available ULZ's

KB3003743 is a RDP update which I do not provide in these lists!

KB3025390 is available in the latest lists!

KB2985461 is a RDP update which I do not provide in these lists!

KB2533552 is already in the lists, has been since 2011.

 

Are you certain KB2976627 has been superseded? Windows asks me for that update too even though I have KB3008923 installed, Windows Catalog also says it hasn't been replaced by any newer updates.

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Yes it has been superseded ages ago, MS has forgotten to remove that update from notifying you, just hide it for now.

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