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Introducing - Unofficial Windows XP SP4

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Of course, silly me!
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MOM.exe is the AMD/ATI Catalyst Control Center monitoring program.
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Will you be creating "Windows 7 Unofficial SP2" when Windows 7 loses support in 2020? I am definitely interested in this!

What about "Windows Vista Unofficial SP3"? Not that I care very much, but it would be neat.

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3 hours ago, aaronfranke said:

Will you be creating "Windows 7 Unofficial SP2" when Windows 7 loses support in 2020? I am definitely interested in this!

What about "Windows Vista Unofficial SP3"? Not that I care very much, but it would be neat.

Um... I doubt the OP has the resources to work on more than one service pack style thing actively. It is a good idea though!

 

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I'm not sure whats going on, but I did a clean install the other day using SP4 3.1b. I only got about 6 updates. On my older installation with SP4 3.1a, I got a ton of them including Office 2003 updates. What is going on and am I missing something?

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You need to manually install the latest cumulative IE8 update and Office updates before scanning for updates.

Updates can be downloaded from the Microsoft Update Catalog website (https://catalog.update.microsoft.com). Just search for posready and sort the updates shown in chronological order.

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