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HOTFIXES: Windows XP SP2 & Windows 2000 SP4


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it's the same one............

Actually, it's not. Apparently the one that was released in May wasn't the final build, but the distribution mistake wasn't caught until 9-2. If you look at the digital signatures, the rerelease has a verisign date one day (5-4-05) after the May release. If you extract the archives and compare, there are indeed differences.

Looking through them, it appears that the difference is that the May release erroniously set the uninstall reg key to point to "KB893803" instead of the "KB893803v2" that it should be.

While not a show-stopper, this is an important rerelease if you ever want to be able to properly uninstall the update. There is no other indication of the change, so the update probably won't show up on windows update if you already have the May release. Despite that, I'd still strongly advise everyone updating their Post-SP2 packages.

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Oh, and for this month's release of the malicious software removal tool, we have an exciting new Version value of "33B662A4-4514-4581-8DD7-544021441C89"

.bat file:

REG ADD "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\RemovalTools\MRT" /v "Version" /d "33B662A4-4514-4581-8DD7-544021441C89" /f

.reg file:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\RemovalTools\MRT]

"Version"="33B662A4-4514-4581-8DD7-544021441C89"

Edited by KrytenAG
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Hi,

I don't like SP2 and I need all the SP1 updates.

I'd like to know if an updated list is welcome.

It wouldn't be a much harder job for me.

Regarding unattended switchs, I can only say what is the icon like (will integrate with nLite), but Ctrl+H should do the trick.

Also, tell me if you have a list for SP1, it could spare me some work. :lol:

PS: maybe that links will redirect to French pages, depends if I'm a bit too lazy.

NB: I've been copying my HDD over itself at 550Ko/s with crashes, freezes and corruption since last sunday. Now I can say I am patient enough to go through all M$ updates. :lol:

edit: frenh page found : http://www.ordi-netfr.com/patchcorrectifs.php

:very_very_very_big_relief: :P

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My Windows XP SP1 Hun updates list:

Update Rollup 1:
-------------------
KB826939.exe


Hotfixes:
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Q322011.exe
Q327979.exe
Q810272.exe
Q811114.exe
q812415.exe
Q814995.exe
q818043.exe
Q819696.exe
KB817778.exe
KB820291.exe
KB821253.exe
KB821588.exe
KB823182.exe
KB824105.exe
KB824151.exe
KB826942.exe
KB828028.exe
KB828035.exe
KB828741.EXE
KB833987.EXE
KB835732.EXE
KB837001.EXE
kb838989.exe
KB840374.EXE
KB840987.exe
KB841356.exe
KB841533.exe
KB841873.exe
KB842773.exe
KB871250.exe
KB873333.exe
KB873339.exe
KB873376.exe
KB885250.exe
KB885523.exe
KB885626.exe
KB885835.exe
KB885836.exe
KB886677.exe
KB888113.exe
KB888302.exe
KB890046.exe
KB890859.exe
KB891781.exe
KB892944.exe
KB893066.exe
KB893086.exe
KB893756.exe
KB894391.exe
KB896358.exe
KB896422.exe
KB896423.exe
KB896428.exe
KB898461.exe
KB899587.exe
KB899588.exe
KB899591.exe
KB901214.exe


Windows XP Documentation Update:
------------------------------------------
q327405.exe


MSXML update:
------------------
msxml3_sp7.msi
msxml_4_sp2.msi
KB832414_MSXML4.0_x86.exe


Security Update for Microsoft Data Access Components:
-----------------------------------------------------------------
HUN_Q832483_MDAC_x86.EXE


Windows Installer Update:
------------------------------
WindowsInstaller-KB893803-v2-x86.exe


ie6sp1 update:
-----------------
IE6.0sp1-KB896727-Windows-2000-XP-x86-HUN.exe
IE-KB903235-x86-HUN.exe
Windows-KB870669-x86-ENU.exe


oe6sp1 update:
------------------
OE6.0sp1-KB823353-x86-HUN.exe
OE6.0sp1-KB887797-Windows-2000-XP-x86-HUN.exe
oe6.0sp1-KB897715-Windows-2000-XP-x86-HUN.exe


Microsoft Windows Script 5.6 update (Version: 5.6.0.8825):
--------------------------------------------------------------------
scripthu.exe


Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 update:
--------------------------------------------
NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe
NDP1.1sp1-KB886903-X86.exe


Windows Media Player XP update (I hate WMP9/10):
------------------------------------------------------------
KB832353.exe


Windows Media Format 9.5 update:
----------------------------------------
WindowsMedia-KB891122-x86-HUN.exe

DirecX 9.0c
-------------
directx_9c_Aug05sdk_redist.exe

I always check these websites:

www.mdgx.com

erpman1.tripod.com

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Hi all, can anyone help me out with whats a simple question, I have created a bat file to install my hotfixes, but someone has said that i need to include QChain at the end of my bat file?

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Hi all, can anyone help me out with whats a simple question, I have created a bat file to install my hotfixes, but someone has said that i need to include  QChain at the end of my bat file?

:blink:

What version of Windows? Although I'm not positive, I'm pretty sure QChain is redundant for some of the most recent versions (Windows XP SP2, at least).

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Why does Win2K ask for the Update Rollup after it's already installed?

I created an integrated bootable CD with Win2K Pro, SP4, and the Update Rollup V2 (891861). Installed, ran Windows Update, installed a bunch of new Security updates, all is well.

Now... to upgrade to IE6 SP1. Install via Windows Update and reboot. Run Windows Update again. WTF??? It's asking for the Update Rollup (KB891861) AGAIN.

Why is this? Is it really needed, to re-update some files from IE6 SP1? Or is this bogus?

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Hi all, can anyone help me out with whats a simple question, I have created a bat file to install my hotfixes, but someone has said that i need to include  QChain at the end of my bat file?

:blink:

QChain is just used to ensure that the latest file is present. So if you install an older hotfix, it will not over write the newer file on the system.

As Cartoonite mentioned, it is already integrated into XP SP2

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Why does Win2K ask for the Update Rollup after it's already installed?

I created an integrated bootable CD with Win2K Pro, SP4, and the Update Rollup V2 (891861).  Installed, ran Windows Update, installed a bunch of new Security updates, all is well.

Now... to upgrade to IE6 SP1.  Install via Windows Update and reboot.  Run Windows Update again.  WTF???  It's asking for the Update Rollup (KB891861)  AGAIN

Why is this?    Is it really needed, to re-update some files from IE6 SP1?  Or is this bogus?

You should install IE6 at first BEFORE any hotfixes and apply the Update Rollout as the LAST hotfixe in your sequence...

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Why does Win2K ask for the Update Rollup after it's already installed?

I created an integrated bootable CD with Win2K Pro, SP4, and the Update Rollup V2 (891861).  Installed, ran Windows Update, installed a bunch of new Security updates, all is well.

Now... to upgrade to IE6 SP1.  Install via Windows Update and reboot.  Run Windows Update again.  WTF???  It's asking for the Update Rollup (KB891861)  AGAIN

Why is this?    Is it really needed, to re-update some files from IE6 SP1?  Or is this bogus?

You should install IE6 at first BEFORE any hotfixes and apply the Update Rollout as the LAST hotfixe in your sequence...

Well, OK... but then how do I attain my goal of integrating these hotfixes onto my bootable install CD? In other words, can I integrate IE6 SP1 as "just another hotfix"? I read through the http://unattended.msfn.org site and I didn't see anything there about this.

Basically, my goal is to have a single, bootable CD with all the Windows 2000 updates I need on there.

Right now, I have it to where I can integrate SP4, the Update Rollup, and all the newer hotfixes using the /Integrate /Nobackup switches. But I still have to manually install IE6.0 SP1. How can I automate that piece?

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