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I am looking for an update list for Windows 8 (6.2.9200)


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Hello, I am looking for an update list for Windows 8 6.2.9200 (but not for 8.1). So that after their integration / installation, Windows Update will either find nothing or only propose a newer version of Windows.

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Maybe install all updates and then get ur update files from "C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution" folder. Other option Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features > View Installed Updates :D

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On 8/30/2021 at 1:52 AM, markgoodar said:

So that after their integration / installation, Windows Update will either find nothing or only propose a newer version of Windows.

Does Windows Update even work for a fresh install of Windows 8 RTM in the age of SHA-2 requirements? (For Win7 RTM, the update agent and SP1 must be manually installed first.) If it does, then your task is simple. If it doesn’t, then someone with an old installation needs to make a list. Of course the list will end with January 2016 updates.

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6 hours ago, Vistapocalypse said:

Does Windows Update even work for a fresh install of Windows 8 RTM in the age of SHA-2 requirements? (For Win7 RTM, the update agent and SP1 must be manually installed first.) If it does, then your task is simple. If it doesn’t, then someone with an old installation needs to make a list. Of course the list will end with January 2016 updates.

Windows 8.0 already has native support for sha2 technology. No need for that then.

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On 8/31/2021 at 6:33 PM, Jaguarek62 said:

Windows 8.0 already has native support for sha2 technology. No need for that then.

Well there was a recent post saying that the update agent must be manually installed to get Windows Update working for Windows 8:

https://msfn.org/board/topic/177788-after-fresh-w8-install-cumulativerollup-updates-enough/?do=findComment&comment=1203269

(SP1 for Win7 did not include SHA-2 support, but is nevertheless needed to get Windows Update working now.)

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31 minutes ago, Vistapocalypse said:

Well there was a recent post saying that the update agent must be manually installed to get Windows Update working for Windows 8:

https://msfn.org/board/topic/177788-after-fresh-w8-install-cumulativerollup-updates-enough/?do=findComment&comment=1203269

(SP1 for Win7 did not include SHA-2 support, but is nevertheless needed to get Windows Update working now.)

yeah that's true just saying that sha-2 is already included

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indeed.  what Vistapocalypse is simply saying that only the update agent (or windows update client) on Win8 needs to updated with certain updates in order for windows update to function correctly (or it will ask to install a newer update agent if no win8 updates were installed when attempting to check for updates)

and yes SHA-2 support was built-in Win8.x

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List of x64 Windows 8.0 updates up to January 2014. I found it somewhere a few years ago

1 General Availability Update Rollup:

kb2756872, kb2761094, kb2764870

2 update rollup January 2013

kb2785094, kb2788350, kb2790920, kb2792009

3 update rollup April 2013

kb2822241, kb2823516, kb2851234

4 update rollup May 2013

kb2836988

5 update rollup June 2013

kb2845533, kb2850674, kb2853915, kb2856758

6 update rollup July 2013

kb2855336, kb2862073, kb2864629

7 update rollup September 2013

kb2876415, kb2877211

8 update rollup October 2013

kb2883201

9 update rollup January 2014

kb2911101

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