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In my opinion, KB935448 is a Windows update and not an hotfix
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I mean that if you go on Microsoft Bulletin page, KB935448 is not present, because it's not part of the monthly security update. However, as the_guy said, it's for sure an high priority release, so if you want to consider it as a security update, it is right to include it in this list! ;)

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New WGA released Feb. 28, 2007

***UPDATE***

KB905474 -> Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications application

Download -> 1.3 MB (Version 1.7.0018.1)

Switches: KB905474.exe /q:a /r:n - sorry, had this wrong before, my mistake

It is possible to extract the traditional Type 1 hotfix from the downloaded Type 2 hotfix file using WinRAR (7Zip, WinZip, etc.)... any benefit to keeping it as a Type 2? When I extracted the file, renamed it KB905474.exe, and ran it using switches /q /n /z, it installed fine, and all relevant files files were updated to version 1.7.0018.1.

(For those of you trying to squeeze each byte of space, the extracted file is .04 MB smaller, 1.22 MB versus the downloaded file's 1.26 MB.)

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  • 2 weeks later...

MS07-027 Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer KB931768

Download: IE7 XP SP2 IE6 W2K SP4 IE6 XP SP2 IE7 2K3 SP2

KB930916 Error message when you try to open files on a NTFS file system volume on a Windows XP-based computer: "Stop 0x0000008E"

Download: XP SP2 ENU CSY DEU ESN ITA NLD PLK PTB

KB890830 V1.29 Microsoft® Windows® Malicious Software Removal Tool (KB890830)

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First, Thank you of your Hotfix link because my company have seven computer cannot connent to internet!

I have a stupid question, "Switches examples are used in a BATCH file (run from cmdlines.txt) or SVCPACK.INF" how to do it? Can you teach me ? Thank you very much!

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I think he meant by no french link this

KB930916 Error message when you try to open files on a NTFS file system volume on a Windows XP-based computer: "Stop 0x0000008E"

Download: XP SP2 ENU CSY DEU ESN ITA NLD PLK PTB

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