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IE 6 hotfix KB903235 is out, there is two versions (for XP sp1 & XP sp2).

It fixes the Javaprxy.dll.

Knowledge Base article : http://support.microsoft.com/?id=903235

XP sp1 download page : http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...f8-6993c55840a9

XP sp2 download page : http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...b1-600db8798ebf

I downloaded the XP sp2 one (in french), and there is no file in it, only some registry values in the .INF, and an executable to run (which seems to "fix dates")

Not installed yet.

bye

Windows 9x/NT4/2000/ME/XP/2003 manual REG Workaround:

:: FIRST close ALL MS IE (IEXPLORE.EXE) instances (if any).

:: Copy + paste text between cut & paste lines below in Notepad -> save as JVMPXFIX.REG (example) -> (double)-click on JVMPXFIX.REG to merge into Registry:

REGEDIT4

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{03D9F3F2-B0E3-11D2-B081-006008039BF0}]
"Compatibility Flags"=dword:00000400

:: Restart MS IE for this Workaround to take effect.

:: Requires MS JVM already installed!

CREDITS TO AXCEL216/MDGx :thumbup

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What I don't get is why this issue even affects XPSP2. The MS JVM hasn't been included with Windows since SP1a. I suppose there are those who manually install it, but that's crazy IMO given how extremely outdated and insecure it is (as I've ranted about in other threads on this forum).

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What I don't get is why this issue even affects XPSP2. The MS JVM hasn't been included with Windows since SP1a. I suppose there are those who manually install it, but that's crazy IMO given how extremely outdated and insecure it is (as I've ranted about in other threads on this forum).

I would've agreed with you, until earlier this week that is. I had to try and run a tool called 'netxfer' that is design to recover failed firmware on some of our older thin-clients.. For some crazy reason, this tool NEEDED the MS JVM installed. Thankfully I had a copy of WinXP SP1 floating around, so I just grabbed it from there.

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Wow, that's really bad software design. I'd seriously consider emailing the developers asking them to support a modern JVM rather than that archaic piece of junk.

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hi guys,

the following batch file will create the svcpack.inf file (only tested with XP SP2)

all you have to do is put it in the I386/SvcPack folder where all KB*.exe files are.

I thought I'd share it since all you have to do after you put more KB* files in that folder

is to execute the batch file again...

create_svcpack.zip

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Am posting my hot-fix problem here for help please, cos I think thats the problomo.

I am getting the attached error messages and I think it’s to do with the hot fixes.

Below is my file.

The ones in red do not seem to be installed anywhere. Looked in winnt and in add remove programs.

I am not sure which file could be causing the problem.

Could these files be the syntax error? And how can I get rid of the extract message as it appears right bang in the middle so it disturbs my coffee break!

Finally for now…. I think I am supposed to run the second line (KB814078.exe) from a RunOnceEx.cmd file?

I don't seem to have that?

Is this something covered in the intermediate section of the guide?

Thanks anyone

Attachment 1

Attachment 2

Attachment 3

*******************************************

;Windows 2000

[Version]

Signature="$Windows NT$"

MajorVersion=5

MinorVersion=0

BuildNumber=2195

[setupData]

CatalogSubDir="\I386\SVCPACK"

[ProductCatalogsToInstall]

[setupHotfixesToRun]

KB329115.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB814078.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB823182.exe -u -z –q

KB823559.exe -u -z –q

KB824105.exe -u -z –q

KB825119.exe /Q /O /N /Z

KB826232.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB828026.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB828035.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB828741.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB828749.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

"KB832483.exe /C:""dahotfix.exe /q /n"" /q:a"KB833989.exe /Q:A /R:N

KB835732.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB837001.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB839645.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB840315.exe /Q /O /N /Z

KB840987.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB841356.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB841533.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB841872.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB841873.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB842526.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB842773.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB870669.exe /Q:A /R:N

KB871250.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB873333.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB873339.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB873374.exe /Q:A /R:N (HALT BOX)

import this registry setting instead:

REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\GdiDetectionTool" /v "GDITool" /t REG_DWORD /d "00000001" /f

KB883939.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB885250.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB885835.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB885836.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB888113.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB890046.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB890175.exe /q /n /z

KB890859.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB890923.exe /q /n /z

KB891711.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB891781.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB893066.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB893086.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB893803.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB894320.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB896358.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB896422.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

KB897715.exe /passive /norestart /quiet

Q828026.exe /Q /U /N /Z

qchain.exe

********************************************

everything else seems to work fine.

could these hot fixes be redundent/ not needed?

:blink:

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if you want to integrate Update Rollout 1 (KB891861) to your Windows 2000 SP4, take a look at this post HERE

Otherwise, here is my svcpack.inf without Update Rollout 1:

[Version] 
Signature="$Windows NT$"
MajorVersion=5
MinorVersion=0
BuildNumber=2195  

[SetupData]
CatalogSubDir="\i386\svcpack"

[SetupHotfixesToRun]
ie6setup.exe /Q:A /R:N
setup_wm.exe /Q:A /R:N
KB329115.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB823182.exe -u -z -q
KB823559.exe -u -z -q
KB824105.exe -u -z -q
KB825119.exe -u -z -q
KB826232.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB828026.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB828035.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB828741.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB828749.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
"KB832483.exe /C:""dahotfix.exe /q /n"" /q:a"
KB833989.exe /Q:A /R:N
KB835732.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB837001.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB839645.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB840315.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB840987.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB841356.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB841533.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB841872.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB841873.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB842526.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB842773.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB870669.exe /Q:A /R:N
KB867282.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB871250.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB873333.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB873339.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB873374.exe /Q:A /R:N
KB885835.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB885836.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB885250.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB885492.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB888113.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB890047.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB890175.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB890859.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB890923.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB891711.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB891781.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB893066.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB893086.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
KB893803.exe /passive /norestart /quiet
qchain.exe

[ProductCatalogsToInstall]

AND you have to install KB814078.exe & KB823353.exe later on (after a reboot) ... with a batch file or RunOnceEx.cmd

Edited by Incroyable HULK
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Gee. Thanks SubSence and Incroyable HULK.

I think you may have stumbled upon the answers I'm looking for.

Never thought about commenting out the import! - :no:

Next stage is to do like you said

AND you have to install KB814078.exe & KB823353.exe later on (after a reboot) ... with a batch file or RunOnceEx.cmd

Brilliant.

Thanks a lot

:thumbup

One last thing (understandability) How do you make the RunOnceEx.cmd run in an unattended install or am I missing the point and have to run this in the run box from Start/run... after its loaded up.

Cheers

Edited by Railman5
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One last thing (understandability) How do you make the RunOnceEx.cmd run in an unattended install or am I missing the point and have to run this in the run box from Start/run... after its loaded up.

Cheers

See the wonderful MSFN uA Windows CD Guide for answers to this. Here's a link to the relevant page.

Click me.

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To make KB903235 seem like it's installed, put this in the registry....

For the INF file people

HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{03D9F3F2-B0E3-11D2-B081-006008039BF0}","Compatibility Flags",0x00010001,0x400

For the regedit people:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{03D9F3F2-B0E3-11D2-B081-006008039BF0}]
"Compatibility Flags"=dword:00000400

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For the CMD people :

reg add "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{03D9F3F2-B0E3-11D2-B081-006008039BF0}" /v "Compatibility Flags" /t REG_DWORD /d 1024

Tested & Approuved :thumbup

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