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Mim0

The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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It's just to keep WU quiet (about 2934207).

Also, there's a new rootsupd.exe (KB931125) (march 2014).

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.)

Edited by Explorer09

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It's just to keep WU quiet (about 2934207).

Also, there's a new rootsupd.exe (KB931125) (march 2014).

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.)

Microsoft did not provide a link to download the patch. At least I have not found. So I created the addon with the files installed on my system.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2934207

I'm using the INF file below to disable the notification. Is working well.

INF contents:

[Version]

Signature=$Windows NT$

Class=Base

[DefaultInstall.NT]

DelReg=ShotA.new

AddReg=ShotB.new,ShotB.changed

[shotA.new]

[shotB.new]

HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion","DisableEOSNotification",0x10001,1

HKCU,"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion","DisableEOSNotification",0x10001,1

CMD contents:

start /wait rundll32.exe setupapi,InstallHinfSection DefaultInstall 132 %systemdrive%\TWEAKS\DisableEOSNotification.inf

Put the INF file in folder:

$OEM$\$1\TWEAKS

And the CMD file to run it in the directory:

$OEM$\$Docs\Default User\Menu Iniciar\Programas\Inicializar

Attached files: https://www.mediafire.com/?1ye91sno18aig1j

Edited by SunLion

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Every other website I visit, I have no problem, but each time I try to access Mim0's site with Firefox, for example, I get a timeout error saying the server is taking too long to respond.

So it sounds like you might be able to resolve this through a router setting.

Since I last wrote about not being able to access Mim0's website, I was able to access it fine for two days (3/14/14 and 3/15/14, I believe) even though I had made no changes to my computer nor gateway. Then, after those two days, the previous problem returned and has persisted since. That is, whether I try to browse to hfslip.tk or to hfslip.altervista.org, I get a long wait and then a timeout error saying the server is taking too long to respond. All other websites I visit are loading normally.

On the two days when I was able to access Mim0's site, I was browsing to hfslip.tk. The pages loaded so fast I didn't notice whether or not I was being redirected to altervista, but after the pages finished loading the address bar still showed hfslip.tk.

In the next day or so I may have a chance to try again via a different computer/ISP. Failing that, though, does anyone have any ideas what my problem might be?

Thanks in advance.

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Since I last wrote about not being able to access Mim0's website, I was able to access it fine for two days (3/14/14 and 3/15/14, I believe) even though I had made no changes to my computer nor gateway. Then, after In the next day or so I may have a chance to try again via a different computer/ISP. Failing that, though, does anyone have any ideas what my problem might be?

Your "problem" is very simple and common, becasue it's not your problem - the problem is with Mim0 site/hosting.

It's getting better, but I also had some issues - bphlpt IMHO is wrong.

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It's getting better, but I also had some issues - bphlpt IMHO is wrong.

That often occurs. :) Without his being able to test using a different location there is no way to know for sure. I guess when he can't get access to mim0's site he could use - http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/ - or other sites like it to verify if it is indeed just him or if the site is really unavailable.

Cheers and Regards

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that page sucks, it says hfslip.tk is down not only for me, but if I click on the link, it works just fine...

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Spanish version anywhere?

BTW, are there gonna be any updates for XP in April, or march was the last round?

BTW, new MRT v5.11 & Flash player v13.0.0.182.

bye!

Edited by jvidal

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KB2922229: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42329 (kernel32.dll) supersedes KB960417

KB2936068: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42431 (IE6 update) supersedes KB2925418

KB2936068 is in three versions: for IE 6, 7, 8.

Users with IE8 should use both? - KB2936068 for IE8 and IE6?

(IE8-WindowsXP-KB2936068-x86-XXX.exe + WindowsXP-KB2936068-x86-XXX.exe?)

Is it correct?

That's all? - Just two updates in april?

I'm disappointed...

;)

BTW

Latest SWFLASH.CAB for HFSLIP (Flash Player 13.0.0.182 without updater):

http://www.mediafire.com/download/6h7bj9kin7f26u0/SWFLASH_WO_UPD_13.0.0.182.zip

http://pl.rghost.net/53899297

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No, if you are slipstreaming IE8, then use ONLY IE8-WindowsXP-KB2936068-x86-Your Language.exe

BTW, 2922229 replaces 2758857, NOT 960417.

Edited by jvidal

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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 13.0.0.182

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

Edited by Explorer09

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No, if you are slipstreaming IE8, then use ONLY IE8-WindowsXP-KB2936068-x86-Your Language.exe

In this particular matter you're wrong:

kb2936068 replaces kb2925418 which replaces kb2909921:

"Empty dialog when opening "Organize Favorites" from Windows Explorer, when using Internet Explorer 8

This update, intentionally for IE6, is an optional update for IE8. It contains the new shdocvw.dll (to fix this error) which is not inside of the IE8-update. Read also the articles.

IE8: WindowsXP-KB2909921-x86-XXX.exe

As an alternative you can extract the shdocvw.dll (SP3QFE-folder) from this update,

compress it with makecab.exe to shdocvw.dl_ and place it to REPLACE\I386."

source: Mim0' site

http://hfslip.altervista.org/updatelist.htm

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