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glnz

POSReady 2009 updates ported to Windows XP SP3 ENU

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Den - already did that twice - no luck.  Same error message.

Maybe I should use the Waybac machine (System Restore) to one or two days ago, just to get it going?

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Try. But I doubt system restore can fix it. Or run cleanup. Reboot, then try system restore followed by reinstall of the older version. :unsure:

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@glnz -

Yes, try what Dencorso suggests to scrub any traces of the new version. It sounds to me like when you reinstalled it got the new version again. Like so many other security apps these days it may immediately "phone home" to check for newer versions and "help" you by fetching the newer version to replace the "old" one. If there are no install options to avoid this you may need to use the trick I use to keep old versions of Avast running. (And yes I do still put Avast *6* on my new builds of XP, and it does not refuse to install the old version for me.)

Are you using the same old installer from before? If you can't find it, visit https://filehippo.com/download_malwarebytes_anti_exploit/ and try looking at the list of versions on the right side of the page for the one you want to use.

When you are ready to install, first disconnect your ethernet cable or other internet access. Second, look at the signature date on the installer file. (Right click, Properties, select tab Digital Signatures, move the scroll bar to see the timestamp.) Adjust your system date/time to when that version was freshly released, then install. Go through the settings to disable auto update features, at least for program version updates. For Avast I would now manually insert a previously obtained license key, I don't know if MBAE uses one or not. Reboot if needed. Once all settings are okay, adjust system date/time back to the present, optionally reboot once more, and re-establish your internet connection.

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14 hours ago, glnz said:

Yesterday or the day before, my MBAE updated itself and then of course stopped working.  (Naturally!)

I got and (when I try to reinstall) continue to get the following error message:  "The procedure entry point K32GetModuleFileNameExW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll."

See also this I posted over at the Vista subforum... ;)

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I report an error with the latest MS update  of .NET Framework 2 (ndp20sp2-kb4338615 xxx).

An Application from 2015 will not run if this update is installed. I must uninstall the update.

The reason (error displayed by  the app)  was a ActiveX that couldn't registered at runtime...

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On 7/29/2018 at 5:20 PM, Thomas S. said:

I report an error with the latest MS update  of .NET Framework 2 (ndp20sp2-kb4338615 xxx).

An Application from 2015 will not run if this update is installed. I must uninstall the update.

Could you give me the name of the program and source of supply, I would like to test in my VM.

:)

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1 hour ago, heinoganda said:

Could you give me the name of the program and source of supply.

It is AlfBanco V6

There was a latest update to V6.4.6 - but I don't find it online.

May be it is available online via auto update.

I use the "Profi" variant, you can set this at program start.

Don't look to deep :D - make no sense.

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@Thomas S.

Can unfortunately only confirm this error.

@Bersaglio

Thanks for the info, then it's time to wait until a suitable update for the .NET Framework 2 SP2 is also available for POSReady.

:)

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Another info:

If there will be a earlier fix it is recommended that the latest faulty update will be reinstalled (if is was uninstalled or not installed) before the fix will be installed, because the fix do not have all new updated files.

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Posted (edited)

I highly recommend when making changes on XP and using old software and making major changes without knowing how it will effect its stability, make sure you have backups of your previous functioning system so you can revert back if needed. 

I am using Acronis True Image Home 2012 which I purchased maybe 2011. Its been a lifesaver, because I've lost count of the times I've hosed my system, and have recovered it back. I'm not sure the backup utility in XP can save you as well.

Thus far.. I've grabbed all but 1 update that came up with the internal updated system; all but 1 for framework 2 that I declined.

It feels more secure now Lol :)

EDIT:

I actually have system restore disabled on my system.

Edited by sal here
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I have system backups for a year back :yes:

Never need system restore, don't work at all situations.

Backup is the only way to be a bit safer, regardless what happens with your system...

ATI is great, I use it too.

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August 2018 updates are out! Updates for WES09/POSReady 2009 (4 updates, English), .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 and 4.0 (international), IE8 cumulative security update (English), Office 2003 update and Office 2007 compatibility pack (2 updates, international)

http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/07/windowsxp-kb4340937-x86-embedded-enu_055b6495b6799ac6e75755cb1f7947feb4ca199d.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/07/windowsxp-kb4343674-x86-embedded-enu_ca27aebe8d7a210ffbc67934c144627a9d6f5463.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/07/windowsxp-kb4344104-x86-embedded-enu_24812351d008b3bde988cc02339b23e2a738db69.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/software/uprl/2018/07/windowsxp-kb4339284-x86-embedded-enu_2a06b4e2d2bafea70a1f56eb3fd1ee2dc5717bbd.exe

http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/08/NDP20SP2-KB4344180-x86_D0F73B32FE800B37B11CB66C2F0CC07F047A7B0F.exe
http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/08/NDP40-KB4344159-x86_09A215C8C6C8CB73B78A806CC03FFA7B4BD9787B.exe

http://download.windowsupdate.com/c/msdownload/update/software/secu/2018/08/ie8-windowsxp-kb4343205-x86-embedded-enu_5cc2246031bd0a949785f6f1799610bff163224b.exe

http://download.microsoft.com/download/B/C/F/BCFC2FCA-7C0A-4DBB-B481-D30569E19816/office2003-KB4092434-FullFile-ENU.exe

http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/F/4/7F40B481-8B86-4FC4-B235-F809034DF663/xlconv2007-kb4032212-fullfile-x86-glb.exe
http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/A/9/3A90880F-30B1-437A-AAE8-EED2CE370E9E/mso2007-kb4022195-fullfile-x86-glb.exe

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After manually installing the IE8 update, I got all the applicable above updates except the one for .Net 4.0.  That one I manually downloaded and ran with the /OVERWRITEOEM switch.

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