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Hi.

Is there some easy way to install all the updates?

Or do i need to install them manually all of them?

Great program.

//T

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Hi.

Is there some easy way to install all the updates?

Or do i need to install them manually all of them?

Great program.

//T

I Said the same :} Is any way to installl te necesary updates automatically???

Thanks

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But isnt there any quite install options? and how do i type them?

Can´t some intelligent dude make some nice batch script or vbs script?

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batch script:

FOR /R %%F IN (.\*.exe) DO @((@findstr _SFX_CAB_EXE_PATH "%%F" >nul && @start /wait %%F /Quiet /Norestart /Nobackup)|| @start /wait %%F )

save as "updates.cmd"

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Hi.

Is there some easy way to install all the updates?

Or do i need to install them manually all of them?

Great program.

//T

Tjena! (Swedish for Hi! :D )

If you're using English version of Windows XP, use RyanVMs Post-SP2 Update Pack instead, as it contains all updates in one file and can be slipstreamed/integrated into the install-CD.

If you're using another language, I suggest using nLite to integrate them, as it will recognise the files and integrate them correct. (I recently used this method to make a updated and unattended Norwegian WINXPSP2 CD.)

Off course, if you're installing these fixes on an alreday installed Windows, the two methods mentioned above will not be an option. If this is the case, a batch-file is presumably best...

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If you're using English version of Windows XP, use RyanVMs Post-SP2 Update Pack instead, as it contains all updates in one file and can be slipstreamed/integrated into the install-CD.

Sure, except that RyanVM packs do not include IE7.

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If you're using English version of Windows XP, use RyanVMs Post-SP2 Update Pack instead, as it contains all updates in one file and can be slipstreamed/integrated into the install-CD.

Sure, except that RyanVM packs do not include IE7.

No, not yet. He'll be making an addon soon, he says...

But I couldn't wait anymore, so I made my WINXPSP2 with his 2.1.4 version together with nLite and Driverpacks (two days ago). Had to manuelly edit WINNT.SIF afterwards to get it right, though.

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O yeh

there must be a way to install them all at one time! the same time! the auto!

yeah, i found a very cool program to download/install with no fuxx.

its called autopatcher

www.autopatcher.com

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