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steven4554

Internet Explorer 11 (Retired!)

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Updated first post to replace old update from last year, with one that's been released KB3185319. :)

Edited by steven4554

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Updated OP, KB3185319 replaced with KB4012215. And I have added required updates you need to install before installing/integrating IE11!

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For anyone who is trying to integrated patches into setup iso file:

KB3177467 which replaces KB3020369 is not suitable as prerequisite for offline installation of the convenience rollup update package!

Using WinToolkit v1.5.4.9 pops up the same warning that KB3177467 cannot be installed.

I use this guide (https://skanthak.homepage.t-online.de/slipstream.html) as reference.

For non-english IE11 users, download IE11 offline installer (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/18520/download-internet-explorer-11-offline-installer) then run the command-line

IE11-Windows6.1-x64-zh-cn.exe /x:.
(replace IE11-Windows6.1-x64-zh-cn with your filename) to get the cab files mentioned in above guide.

Edited by darkangel0224

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I have a nitpick:

This thread's title seems weird... It says this thread was updated this coming November? It's from the future!

I'm fairly confident it is supposed to be 11/04/16.

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The US is one of the few places that use mm/dd/yy(yy)... most places in the world use dd/mm/yy(yy), while some use (yy)yy/mm/dd.
In fact, the latter is more interesting because, if one drops the forward slashes it creates a continuous sequence of growing numbers (yy)yymmdd, unlike any of the other alternatives...
This being an international forum, one should expect to see all possible formats, because people rarely realize the way they are most familiar with may be unusual in some English speaking places. In other words, YMMV.

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Thanks ... trying update windows 7 sp1 intergrating ie 11

after testing.. intergrating ie .. needed updates is wrong ...

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Sp2 update

Windows6.1-KB3020369-x86.msu

windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x86_ba1ff5537312561795cc04db0b02fbb0a74b2cbd.msu

=======================================================

windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x86_ba1ff5537312561795cc04db0b02fbb0a74b2cbd.msu

Windows6.1-KB2670838-x86.msu

windows6.1-kb2729094-v2-x86.msu

windows6.1-kb2834140-v2-x86_b57c05e9da2c66e1bb27868c92db177a1d62b2fb.msu

windows6.1-kb2970228-x86_6b082dc03faaff8a22c6f0146e2779f61be5ec57.msu

=======================================================

IE11-Windows6.1-KB2841134-x86.cab

Perhaps IE need old updates for intergrate

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On 12/21/2018 at 3:23 PM, cyberloner said:

Thanks ... trying update windows 7 sp1 intergrating ie 11

after testing.. intergrating ie .. needed updates is wrong ...

==========================

Sp2 update

Windows6.1-KB3020369-x86.msu

windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x86_ba1ff5537312561795cc04db0b02fbb0a74b2cbd.msu

=======================================================

windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x86_ba1ff5537312561795cc04db0b02fbb0a74b2cbd.msu

Windows6.1-KB2670838-x86.msu

windows6.1-kb2729094-v2-x86.msu

windows6.1-kb2834140-v2-x86_b57c05e9da2c66e1bb27868c92db177a1d62b2fb.msu

windows6.1-kb2970228-x86_6b082dc03faaff8a22c6f0146e2779f61be5ec57.msu

=======================================================

IE11-Windows6.1-KB2841134-x86.cab

Perhaps IE need old updates for intergrate

KB3020369 not needed anymore.  use KB3177467 V2 instead as KB3177467 replaces KB3020369.  KB3177467 is required before installing new Win7 updates made in late 2018 & beyond

Quote

Update replacement information

This update replaces the previously released update 3020369.

 

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After installing Windows 7 SP1, simply install KB4480965. This will bring you up to IE 11 (11.0.105) for January 2019.

If you haven't installed Internet Explorer 11 yet, don't forget to install the 6 prerequisites first (KB2729094, KB2731771, KB2533623, KB2670838, KB2786081, KB2834140): 
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2847882/prerequisite-updates-for-internet-explorer-11

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On 1/23/2019 at 12:11 AM, sdfox7 said:

After installing Windows 7 SP1, simply install KB4480965. This will bring you up to IE 11 (11.0.105) for January 2019.

If you haven't installed Internet Explorer 11 yet, don't forget to install the 6 prerequisites first (KB2729094, KB2731771, KB2533623, KB2670838, KB2786081, KB2834140): 
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2847882/prerequisite-updates-for-internet-explorer-11

KB2731771, KB2533623, KB2786081 and KB2834140-v2 have been superseded by KB3125574-v4.

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5 hours ago, steven4554 said:

KB2731771, KB2533623, KB2786081 and KB2834140-v2 have been superseded by KB3125574-v4.

I'm aware, but not everyone wants to install the 300MB April 2016 update, particularly if it's in a production environment and not connected to the internet.

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On 1/24/2019 at 10:21 PM, sdfox7 said:

I'm aware, but not everyone wants to install the 300MB April 2016 update, particularly if it's in a production environment and not connected to the internet.

This is why I slipstreamed mines. 32 + 64 bit. A clean install only about 50 to 60 updates to have a fully patched system.

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On 1/20/2019 at 4:53 AM, erpdude8 said:

KB3020369 not needed anymore.  use KB3177467 V2 instead as KB3177467 replaces KB3020369.  KB3177467 is required before installing new Win7 updates made in late 2018 & beyond

hmm i'll think just stick to it.. it just enable to get intergrate other new updates only... win 7 expire soon anyway will die like xp

 

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KB3177467 V2 is now obsolete like KB3020369.  use KB4490628 or KB4516655 instead [both these updates replace KB3177467 and older servicing stack updates]

very first update to integrate/slipstream is either KB4490628 or KB4516655 as either one is required to install new updates created in Aug. 2019 and later.

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