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POSReady 2009 updates ported to Windows XP SP3 ENU

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1 hour ago, FranceBB said:

Expired:

Normal support ended April 8th 2014.

Windows XP Embedded ended January 12, 2016.

Windows Embedded POS ended April 12, 2016.

 

To go:

Windows Embedded Standard 2009 will end on January 8th, 2019.

Windows Embedded POSReady will end on April 9th, 2019.

 

We are living on borrowed time...

Well considering that we've actually been "living on borrowed time" for over four years now, we haven't done too badly!
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22 hours ago, Bersaglio said:

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

 

Once again, BERSAGLIO, thank you for taking the time to post these updates for us.....very convenient and much quicker to get the job done.   I appreciate it!!!

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9 minutes ago, Dclem said:

Once again, BERSAGLIO, thank you for taking the time to post these updates for us.....very convenient and much quicker to get the job done.   I appreciate it!!!

Sì. Bravo.

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24 minutes ago, Dave-H said:

I third that!
:yes:

'N I 4th that! :yes:

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The broken .NET Framework 2.0 sp2 update KB4338615 will be replaced by KB4344180. KB4338615 is no longer needed. The errors caused by KB4338615 no longer exist after installing KB4344180.

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DELL Latitude C400. Pentium III M 866. XP SP3 hack POSReady. Video Intel 830M. After installing KB4343674 several programs are blocked: Process Tamer, Auslogics Disk Defrag...

KB4340937 also needs SSE2 and in PIII it produces errors when installing or uninstalling programs.

Intel Atom N270 without bug.

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This is probably because MS various old processors (no SSE / old SSE version) in the updates no longer considered, this was communicated. I have tested Process Tamer (2.14.1.0) and Auslogics Disk Defrag (8.0.13.0) in my VM without problems. My Processor Core 2 Due 2.13 Ghz E6400.

:)

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8 hours ago, heinoganda said:

This is probably because MS various old processors (no SSE / old SSE version) in the updates no longer considered, this was communicated. I have tested Process Tamer (2.14.1.0) and Auslogics Disk Defrag (8.0.13.0) in my VM without problems. My Processor Core 2 Due 2.13 Ghz E6400.

There will be no more Windows updates for processors without SSE2 (Pentium III, AMD Athlon XP and earlier) for all operating systems. Microsoft has said it for Windows 7 although its support ends in 2020. For Windows XP Embedded has not said anything.

https://www.computerworld.com/article/3282066/microsoft-windows/microsoft-quietly-cuts-off-win7-support-for-older-intel-computers.html

https://www.ghacks.net/2018/06/21/windows-7-support-dropped-for-cpus-without-sse2/

https://www.neowin.net/news/microsoft-leaves-systems-lacking-sse2-support-high-and-dry-for-ongoing-windows-updates

 

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51 minutes ago, wyxchari said:

There will be no more Windows updates for processors without SSE2 (Pentium III, AMD Athlon XP and earlier) for all operating systems. Microsoft has said it for Windows 7 although its support ends in 2020. For Windows XP Embedded has not said anything.

POSReady 2009 was, as the name implies, released in 2009, at that time I did not have a cash machine or cash register system where processors were still installed where no SSE could handle. It must also be seen from the side that needs to be to test the updates kept a corresponding hardware. MS does not have to pay attention to the updates for Windows XP Embedded or POSReady 2009 on hardware before 2009, so it is to be assumed that future updates, which we also use for Windows XP, will cause problems for older hardware. For me a more factual explanation for your problem with KB4343674 on your PIII.

:)

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11 hours ago, wyxchari said:

DELL Latitude C400. Pentium III M 866. XP SP3 hack POSReady. Video Intel 830M. After installing KB4343674 several programs are blocked: Process Tamer, Auslogics Disk Defrag...

Intel Atom N270 without bug.

so the new gdiplus.dll comes with SSE instructions embedded.
keep mf3216.dll and replace gdiplus.dll with older version may work.

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58 minutes ago, roytam1 said:

so the new gdiplus.dll comes with SSE instructions embedded.
keep mf3216.dll and replace gdiplus.dll with older version may work.

Yes, thank you very much. I know how to do it. I've done it before.
It is not a computer that uses a lot or has important things, so I will not repair it since I would surely have to fix it every month. In addition there are only 7 months of POSReady updates.

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Positive news, I noticed when testing my update rollup, in the cross check with WU, the WU / MU works again and no extreme CPU utilization of the process "svchost.exe" generates. A test at the level of December 2017 also showed that this problem no longer exists (no current cumulative update of IE8 manually installed). The WU / MU website is also working reliably again.

:)

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Guys, I'm very glad to help with direct links. I will try to publish these links in the next 8 months too (September 2018 - April 2019)!

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2 minutes ago, Bersaglio said:

Guys, I'm very glad to help with direct links. I will try to publish these links in the next 7 months too!

I did not mean that you should not publish the direct links, only I think it's worth mentioning.

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