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daniel_k

Download links for all Vista SP2 32-bit and 64-bit updates from Windows Update

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I've attached RAR5 compressed files with lists of download links for all official updates for Vista 32-bit and 64-bit Post SP2 up to April 2017.

Includes all language packs for Vista, IE9 and local Help update.

Also included are Ultimate Extras, Optionals and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 / 4.52 with updates.

Superseded updates are not included except for a few ones just to satisfy Windows Update.

Hotfixes are not included, unless available through Windows Update.

Someone please mirror them on Web Archive. ASAP.

EDIT: Updated files with  .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 Language Packs.

WindowsVistaSP2_x86.rarWindowsVistaSP2_x86_Installer.rar
WindowsVistaSP2_x64.rarWindowsVistaSP2_x64_Installer.rar


Installing System Updates:

If you want to install a language pack, you must do it first, by downloading and running the language pack executable.

1) Download all files from Main_URLs.txt to the same folder.
2) Using WinRAR, sort files by type and unpack all .MSU files to the same folder, overwriting existing files. Then you may delete the .MSU files to save space.
3) Unpack the WindowsVistaSP2_x86_Installer.rar or WindowsVistaSP2_x64_Installer.rar (just batch files) to the same folder where you extracted the files.
4) Open a Command Prompt with Administrator privileges and switch to the folder where the update files are.
5) Run Main_Part1.bat, Main_Part2.bat and Main_Part3.bat. At the end of execution of every batch file, Windows will restart automatically.
6) Optionally you may install local copy of Help update (LangPacks_Help_URLs.txt) and the IE9 language pack (LangPacks_IE9_URLs.txt).

PS: It'll take a while to install all 210+ updates.


Installing .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 / 4.52 with updates:

1) Download all files from NDP35_45_URLs.txt to the same folder.
2) Unpack the WindowsVistaSP2_x86_Installer.rar or WindowsVistaSP2_x64_Installer.rar (just batch files) to the same folder where you extracted the files.
3) Open a Command Prompt with Administrator privileges and switch to the folder where the update files are.
4) Run NDP35_45_Install.bat, if needed Windows will restart automatically.
5) Optionally you may install a language pack (LangPacks_NDP35SP1_URLs.txt and LangPacks_NDP452_URLs.txt).


Installing updates for optional features (only if you have installed IIS, IIS ASP, IIS FTP or Telnet from Program and Features Control Panel extension)

Download all files from Features_URLs.txt and run the following .MSU packages if you have installed:
IIS: KB4012373
IIS ASP: KB2124261
IIS FTP: KB975254
Telnet: KB960859 and KB3020393

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Thank you for the links. 

Can you tell the correct order to install those updates?

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On ‎8‎/‎29‎/‎2019 at 6:57 PM, TigTex said:

Thank you for the links. 

Can you tell the correct order to install those updates?

Done!

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Thanks Daniel_k.

I notice the downloaded files have 41 superfluous characters before the extension e.g.

windows6.0-kb905866-v56-x86_0c66cec0f1aae93ff8276e72e6f5770fb4ae56ff.msu

wu-ie9-windowsvista-x86_90e3e90e964c2769a008cbf924eefdc42413dd52.exe

windows6.0-kb932925-x86_93c2ebe6711dd9f74b5be345392032cb5e014392.cab

I expect there is a way of just removing those 41, however, removing the last 45 then appending the extension works e.g.

for %%i in ("*.msu") do (set filname=%%i) & call :rename
goto :eof
:rename
ren "%filname%" "%filname:~0,-45%.msu"
goto :eof

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, SIW2 said:

Thanks Daniel_k.

I notice the downloaded files have 41 superfluous characters before the extension e.g.

windows6.0-kb905866-v56-x86_0c66cec0f1aae93ff8276e72e6f5770fb4ae56ff.msu

wu-ie9-windowsvista-x86_90e3e90e964c2769a008cbf924eefdc42413dd52.exe

windows6.0-kb932925-x86_93c2ebe6711dd9f74b5be345392032cb5e014392.cab

I expect there is a way of just removing those 41, however, removing the last 45 then appending the extension works e.g.


for %%i in ("*.msu") do (set filname=%%i) & call :rename
goto :eof
:rename
ren "%filname%" "%filname:~0,-45%.msu"
goto :eof

 

 

 

They have a purpose in allowing for the user to easily check if the file downloaded properly

https://awau.moe/2TeqNyC.png

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