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MDGx

98 FE + 98 SE + ME updates + patches + (hot)fixes

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Greetings,

"Unofficial Windows 95/98/ME Visual Studio 6.0 SP6 Components" (VS6SP6U.EXE), published at this address:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/VS6SP6U.EXE , includes Richtx32.ocx file in the 6.01.9816 version,

Whereas "Unofficial Windows 95/98/ME Rich Text (RTF) Edit Controls Update" (RICHED9X.EXE), at this address:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/RICHED9X.EXE , includes Richtx32.ocx file in the 6.01.9782 version - the older one.

Shouldn't the Richtx32.ocx file in 6.01.9816 version be also brought in to the RICHED9X.EXE ?

Thanks for your feedback.

Good point.

But it looks like other people here at MSFN [older posts in the RichEdit topic], a while back, experienced problems/bugs with newer rich controls, so I left those files the way they are.

If you [and eventually others] confirm that the newer richtx32.ocx works ok, I'll update RICHED9X with the newest one.

Tx

HTH

You twisted my arm real bad... :whistle:

... So I've updated RICHED9X.EXE [Win95/98/ME] + RICHEDNT.EXE [WinNT4] with newer RICHTX32.OCX 6.1.9782 ::

>here< + >here<.

Enjoy. ;)

HTH

Thanks MDGx :)

It now please even the Polish version ;)

I attach the necessary files: Riched.dll and Riched32.dll (The original files are Microsoft!).

Other files (except Advpack.dll): English version of Universal.

Edited by egrabrych

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Thanks MDGx :)

It now please even the Polish version ;)

I attach the necessary files: Riched.dll and Riched32.dll (The original files are Microsoft!).

Other files (except Advpack.dll): English version of Universal.

In RICHEDNT.EXE (for Windows NT 4.0) Riched.dll file is exactly the same as in RICHED9x.EXE (for Windows 9x/ME) - so the file suitable Riched.dll Polish version, which convey in the previous my post.

Riched32.dll 5.0.2134.1 there is no Polish version, English version is a universal version.

Edited by egrabrych

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Thanks MDGx :)

It now please even the Polish version ;)

I attach the necessary files: Riched.dll and Riched32.dll (The original files are Microsoft!).

Other files (except Advpack.dll): English version of Universal.

In RICHEDNT.EXE (for Windows NT 4.0) Riched.dll file is exactly the same as in RICHED9x.EXE (for Windows 9x/ME) - so the file suitable Riched.dll Polish version, which convey in the previous my post.

Riched32.dll 5.0.2134.1 there is no Polish version, English version is a universal version.

Your wish is my command... ;)

I've added a new Win9x/ME RTF Polish fix here + here.

The new RTF Polish fix for WinNT4 is here.

HTH

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MDGx, I'm curious to why you didn't add SECUR32.DLL 4.10.0.2228 to your CRYPT9X.EXE.

The reason is, all the files in CRYPT9X.EXE is 128-bit SSL Encryption Security Vulnerability Fixes.

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MDGx, I'm curious to why you didn't add SECUR32.DLL 4.10.0.2228 to your CRYPT9X.EXE.

The reason is, all the files in CRYPT9X.EXE is 128-bit SSL Encryption Security Vulnerability Fixes.

Yeah, I thought of that, I was just too lazy to do it thou. :D

Maybe next week. ;-)

Tx for noticing.

Best,

MDGx

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UPDATED · 12-7-2010

Enjoy

_________________________

* New Time Zone DST Updates [sept 2010]: English + Italian.

HTH

_________________________

dencorso + other Windows NT4, 2000 + XP Pre-SP3 users:

If you're interested, I have new Unofficial DST updates for NT4, 2000 + XP.

Enjoy. ;-)

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UPDATED · 12-11-2010

Enjoy

_________________________

* New MS IE 6.0 SP1 Security Fixes from MS10-071 : I2360131.EXE .

* New TWAIN 1.7.1 DLLs + EXEs : TWAIN9X.EXE update.

* Added German SHELL98D fix.

* Added Polish PL950749 Jet 4.0 SP8 fix.

* Updated JEMM386 + JEMMEX.

* Updated UIDE + XMGR + RDISK (drivers.zip).

HTH

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UPDATED · 1-7-2011

Please see the top of this topic for most recent updates.

These updates are found here.

Enjoy

_________________________

* New DST (TZ) = December 2010 Cumulative Update for all Windows OSes.

* Recompiled fix with IExpress [now compatible with 9x OSes]: MS IE 6.0 SP1 Cumulative Security Fix from MS10-071 = I2360131.EXE .

dencorso + other Windows 2000 + XP users:

FYI: I2360131.EXE installs also on NT4+SP6a, 2000 & XP Pre-SP2 . Kept also 2000/XP only fix = changed name to X2360131.EXE .

FYI: users of Win2000/XP Pre-SP2 must install this one instead: X2360131.EXE.

HTH

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UPDATED 1-7-2011

* Recompiled fix with IExpress [now compatible with 9x OSes]: MS IE 6.0 SP1 Cumulative Security Fix from MS10-071 = I2360131.EXE .

For my Win 98SE, "I2360131.EXE" extracted into the Windows\Temp folder but did not automatically install. Right-clicking the ".INF" file and clicking "Install" did the trick.

Edited by EvanD

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UPDATED 1-7-2011

* Recompiled fix with IExpress [now compatible with 9x OSes]: MS IE 6.0 SP1 Cumulative Security Fix from MS10-071 = I2360131.EXE .

For my Win 98SE, "I2360131.EXE" extracted into the Windows\Temp folder but did not automatically install. Right-clicking the ".INF" file and clicking "Install" did the trick.

Affirmative. I have the same thing.

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UPDATED 1-7-2011

* Recompiled fix with IExpress [now compatible with 9x OSes]: MS IE 6.0 SP1 Cumulative Security Fix from MS10-071 = I2360131.EXE .

For my Win 98SE, "I2360131.EXE" extracted into the Windows\Temp folder but did not automatically install. Right-clicking the ".INF" file and clicking "Install" did the trick.

Affirmative. I have the same thing.
I have revised the fix, please install again, it should work properly now [2.22 MB]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/I2360131.EXE

It installs now only on Windows 98/98 SP1/98 SE/ME.

PS:

Users of Windows 2000/XP Pre-SP2 must install this one instead [Wild Bill's unofficial patch] [2.56 MB]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/X2360131.EXE

Thanks for all the feedback.

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UPDATED 1-7-2011

* Recompiled fix with IExpress [now compatible with 9x OSes]: MS IE 6.0 SP1 Cumulative Security Fix from MS10-071 = I2360131.EXE .

For my Win 98SE, "I2360131.EXE" extracted into the Windows\Temp folder but did not automatically install. Right-clicking the ".INF" file and clicking "Install" did the trick.

Affirmative. I have the same thing.
I have revised the fix, please install again, it should work properly now [2.22 MB]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/I2360131.EXE

It installs now only on Windows 98/98 SP1/98 SE/ME.

PS:

Users of Windows 2000/XP Pre-SP2 must install this one instead [Wild Bill's unofficial patch] [2.56 MB]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/X2360131.EXE

Thanks for all the feedback.

Is OK :)

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Soon [in a few days] I'll have the new Q2416400 (MS10-090) IE 6.0 SP1 security fix [i'm still working on it, not enough spare time ;-(] posted here:

http://www.mdgx.com/ietoy.htm#IEC

The file name will be I2416400.EXE [Win98/98 SP1/98 SE/ME OSes], and the actual link will be [right now this link doesn't exist ;-)]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/I2416400.EXE

I'll also have X2416400.EXE for Win2000/XP Pre-SP2, which is actually the unofficial Wild Bill's patch (http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=146529&st=2), available on MSFN forums.

I2416400.EXE will replace I2360131.EXE .

X2416400.EXE will replace X2360131.EXE .

HTH

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I am thinking of installing the windows 98 un-official updates, and wondered if anyone could let me know of anything to watch out for, for instance someone mentioned about the need to edit short cuts, and could anyone actually confirm this.

I don't use I.E6 much, but I believe there to be a security fix for it, is this not in amongst the un-official updates, or does this need to be part of the separate install as per the earlier post.

Thanks for any help.

Edited by frogman

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