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glnz

POSReady 2009 updates ported to Windows XP SP3 ENU

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Direct links for February 2018 updates: POSReady 2009 (six updates, English only), IE8 (English), Office 2003, Office 2007 compatibility pack (international) and Outlook 2007 (international). By the way KB4019276 (with a partial TLS 1.2 support) is a recommended update from now on

http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/02/windowsxp-kb4034044-x86-embedded-enu_2eed2f8234cf7d6326ece957d4309979faf9d84a.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/01/windowsxp-kb4057893-x86-embedded-enu_678a583e6a1bd73beaccb0982f63bdd7dde328ff.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/01/windowsxp-kb4074603-x86-embedded-enu_4ee294a0f000172f98d1ccfa36bcf5d2070d248b.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/01/windowsxp-kb4074836-x86-embedded-enu_b53b106764ca5f49e44e5b2fff52f5bdf86ebe01.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/02/windowsxp-kb4074852-x86-embedded-enu_ecec2f8f0b489288f47908cca24f6cf8815c383c.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/software/updt/2017/10/windowsxp-kb4019276-x86-embedded-enu_3822fc1692076429a7dc051b00213d5e1240ce3d.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/02/ie8-windowsxp-kb4074736-x86-embedded-enu_0033d1ad522fa02ff9ba5d605e0de15efbb72c66.exe
http://download.microsoft.com/download/0/6/8/06815E71-9425-4ED8-BEDD-A63C4C3088B6/office2003-KB4011703-FullFile-ENU.exe
http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/4/0/740D9C11-FD23-4245-BC96-01BBF7E160AE/mso2007-kb4011715-fullfile-x86-glb.exe
http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/3/2/732DB082-67ED-4D69-820E-9521AE75AC88/outlookloc2007-kb4011200-fullfile-x86-glb.exe
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Thanks, guys!

After doing the IE8 KB4074736 update as wyxchari suggested my MU ran pretty quickly and I got all but two of the updates on Bersaglio's list.  I manually downloaded and updated kb4019276 and KB4011703.  Those installed smoothly and all seems well!

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I'm being offered two further updates than listed by @Bersaglio:

2018-01 Security Update for Windows XP Embedded SP3 for x86-based Systems (KB4056615)
This's probably due to my having downgraded manually ntfs.sys to v. 5.1.2600.5782... os has MS released a fixed KB4056615-v2? :dubbio:

and

Cumulative Security Update for ActiveX Killbits for Windows XP (KB2900986)
which seems to be bona-fide... then again, if so, it has just been released, becaus @Bersaglio didn't get it offered... is that so? :dubbio:

Too many questions... too few answers... :unsure:

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@dencorso: You are being offered old updates - KB4056615 from Jan 05,2018 because You rolled back ntfs.sys driver, KB2900986 from Nov 12, 2013 because it is required update after installing IE8. It is a plain registry update, looks like some required registry entries disappeared somehow.

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1 hour ago, dencorso said:

Cumulative Security Update for ActiveX Killbits for Windows XP (KB2900986)

This can happen if changes are made to an Office package or if you install an Office package.

:)

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In XP Mode on my Win 7 machine, the updates cause Malwarebytes to crash.  Had to uninstall a 3.0.x version of MalwareBytes and reinstall an old 2.1.x version.

In the XP Mode, I installed earlier today

KB4054178
KB4055229
KB4054173
KB4074736
KB4019276
KB4034044
KB4057893
KB4074603
KB4074852

The XP Mode does not have any version of Office.

Any ideas as to why MalwareBytes is crashing ... before I install the updates on my real (duct taped) XP machine?

Thanks.

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Stop! Avoid KB4074852 on your real machine!!! I've just removed it from my machine! It brakes things. Achtung!
Besides the issue @glnz already found, here are two more: clicking on the controls marked by the red arrows shown in the attached picture does nothing, instead of opening a new windows explorer window, as expected!!!

 

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Until now I was using posready 2009 updates only. But I see some of you are using "xp embedded sp3" updates. show we mix them? No problem? Thanks.

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3 hours ago, dencorso said:

Stop! Avoid KB4074852 on your real machine!!! I've just removed it from my machine! It brakes things. Achtung!
Besides the issue @glnz already found, here are two more: clicking on the controls marked by the red arrows shown in the attached picture does nothing, instead of opening a new windows explorer window, as expected!!!

I confirm that the button does not work and Malwarebytes fails. It will be necessary to deinstall only that update KB4074852.

PD: After uninstalling everything works again.

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2 hours ago, wyxchari said:

I confirm that the button does not work and Malwarebytes fails. It will be necessary to deinstall only that update KB4074852.

PD: After uninstalling everything works again.

I confirm too

But after reboot the yellow shield show again to install this update;

You must disable this update with the personal setting ;)

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Now there are two updates that require a revision.

KB4056615     Severity of the vulnerability is high
KB4074852     Severity of the vulnerability is very high

Since January 2018 there is no month, where not at least 1 update makes problems. Mistakes happen, but here MS should provide working updates at short notice!

:(

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I've tried with VMWare:
1.- Install Windows Embedded PosReady 2009.
2.- I try the button of a shortcut and it works well.
3.- Download KB4074852 and install it.
4.- I try the button and it does not work anymore.
The error does not only appear in Windows XP Hack Posready, also in the original Windows Embedded Posready 2009.

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Any one can inform KB4056615 and KB4074852 I'd breaking posready 2009?

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Den - thanks for your info above, and to wyxchari, patclash and heinoganda for confirming.  On my XP Mode, when I removed KB4074852, I was able to update Malwarebytes to the latest version and it works.

Heinoganda - Last month, I installed KB4056615 on my real duct-taped XP machine, and I'm not aware of any particular issues.  However, since last month's installations of KB4056615, KB4052978 and KB4056941, my real XP machine (with duct tape) is a bit slower than before.  I assume that's due to the protection against Meltdown and Spectre (like de-braining HAL in 2001).

Should I UNinstall KB4056615 or those other two?  And would an UNinstall be too late to make a difference?

Everyone - the yellow shield on my real duct-taped machine is prompting me to install KB4074836, but I did not get that prompt on my XP Mode yesterday and did not install it there.  Why the diff?

Thanks,

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