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HOTFIXES: Windows XP SP2 & Windows 2000 SP4


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New updates for 2000 SP4.

KB911564 and KB911565 for WMP 9. (links for kb articles posted above)

Also there is the updated MRT 1.13.

Could you please update the 2000 section as soon as you can.

the_guy

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Arggg what could be worse than St-Valentine's day and MS Patch Day!

Those two activities doesn't mix well with each other... anyway, I'm on it now...

I will update the Win2000 section this week also.

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Oki Doki, simulation done:

Windows XP SP2

***NEW***

KB913446

KB911927

KB911565 (WMP 9 & 10)

KB911564 (WMP 9 & 10)

KB890830 (Removal Tool February)

Please take note that KB893066 is no longer required

I'll update the first page soon

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@ Incroyable HULK

February 14, 2006

Added "KB913466", KB911927, KB911565 & KB911564 for WinXP SP2 ...

du mean "KB913446" instead of "KB913466" or this an unfindable hotfix ?

Sorry, it was a typo... however, the Full description and the link were correct

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In the Windows folder of my current installation there is a hidden folder named "$hf_mig$" it appears to me to contain a complete copy of every update that "Automatic Updates" has downloaded and installed on my computer since I last installed from my unattended CD with SP2 integrated. Does anyone have any comments on using these to track any new updates that might be required and integrate them with the CD image before re-installing?

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Hi ppl,

I am sorry if this has been answered before.. but i cannot find any reference to it in the forum. My problem is I dont know whether my "hotfix" slipstreaming has worked or not. My CD was originally a SP1 slipstreamed version. Then using the guide I integrated SP2. For the hotfix addition, I used RyanYM's hotfix pack and the RVM Integrator. Using CDIMAGE GUI, i made a bootable iso and created a VM on VMware workstation. Although the unattended installation goes without a hitch.... I cannot ascertain whether the slipstreaming has worked or not. There is nothing... absolutely nothing in the add/remove programs box (even with the update checkbox enabled). I cannot use automatic updates as I dont know how to setup the internet connection on the VM. (mine is an ADSL conn..and i use RASPPOE for the WAN miniport driver).

I'd really appreciate if some1 could help me out.

:(

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Hi ppl,

I am sorry if this has been answered before.. but i cannot find any reference to it in the forum. My problem is I dont know whether my "hotfix" slipstreaming has worked or not...I'd really appreciate if some1 could help me out.:(

Microsoft has released a command-line tool named QFECheck.exe that gives network administrators increased ability to track and verify installed Windows 2000 and Windows XP hotfixes. This tool provides the following benefits:

• This tool helps customers who thought they had properly installed an update, but had not, and are now experiencing a problem. Previously, it was somewhat difficult to identify which fixes were installed on a computer. This simple tool easily enumerates all of the installed fixes by Microsoft Knowledge Base article number. Customers can then confirm that they have installed the appropriate set of fixes before using a valuable support incident and potentially experiencing unplanned down time.

• Many companies identify a common set of fixes that are required for all servers in a given data center. To help ensure that Windows 2000 and Windows XP hotfixes are applied in a consistent manner across many servers, this tool allows you to create logs for each computer in your organization that show which fixes are installed. Once those logs are created, you can easily scan them for consistency.

• There are rare situations in which, because of a network problem, a problem with the update itself, or a subsequent update that improperly overwrites a previous fix, updates could be damaged or removed in error. This tool ensures that not only have the fixes been installed, but that they are current on the computer.

• Microsoft has noted a significant correlation between maintaining a consistent platform across organizations and the overall stability and uptime of those systems. Microsoft believes that using this tool to regularly audit computers is a best practice that will help customers achieve higher reliability on their computers.

I'm sorry I can't help you further with your problem, I do not use the tools you mentioned.

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Hi ppl,

I am sorry if this has been answered before.. but i cannot find any reference to it in the forum. My problem is I dont know whether my "hotfix" slipstreaming has worked or not. My CD was originally a SP1 slipstreamed version. Then using the guide I integrated SP2. For the hotfix addition, I used RyanYM's hotfix pack and the RVM Integrator. Using CDIMAGE GUI, i made a bootable iso and created a VM on VMware workstation. Although the unattended installation goes without a hitch.... I cannot ascertain whether the slipstreaming has worked or not. There is nothing... absolutely nothing in the add/remove programs box (even with the update checkbox enabled). I cannot use automatic updates as I dont know how to setup the internet connection on the VM. (mine is an ADSL conn..and i use RASPPOE for the WAN miniport driver).

I'd really appreciate if some1 could help me out.

:(

Read the FAQ on my site. You'll find the answer to your question ;)
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http://rapidshare.de/files/13781792/feb14.rar.html

README.txt

KB873339.exe

KB885222.exe

KB885250.exe

KB885626.exe

KB885835.exe

KB885836.exe

KB886185.exe

KB886677.exe

KB887742.exe

KB887797.exe

KB888113.exe

KB888240.exe

KB888302.exe

KB890046.exe

KB890859.exe

KB891781.exe

KB893756.exe

KB893803.exe

KB894391.exe

KB896358.exe

KB896422.exe

KB896423.exe

KB896424.exe

KB896428.exe

KB897338-v2.exe

KB898461.exe

KB899587.exe

KB899589.exe

KB899591.exe

KB900725.exe

KB901017.exe

KB901190.exe

KB901214.exe

KB902400.exe

KB904706.exe

KB905414.exe

KB905749.exe

KB905915.exe

KB908519.exe

KB910437.exe

KB911927.exe

KB912919.exe

KB913446.exe

WindowsMedia10-KB911565.exe

WindowsMedia-KB911564.exe

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