Windows XP Update Rollup 1.0

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Windows XP Update Rollup 1.0

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Windows XP Update Rollup 1.0

Windows XP hasn't had a new service pack released for over 2 years now. So I took it upon myself to make a security rollup pack for Windows XP. It includes almost all the updates MS has issued since Service Pack 2 (not including some that you have to email MS for) It contains over 70 updates for XP. I am currently looking for testers to test to see if and how well it works on their computers. I have installed it on 2 laptops and my own desktop and they all seem to be operating optimally. I would like to get some comments back on the installer process mainly because I still have a lot of work to do on it.

Known Issues:

When installing, the first time the process is run, you may get errors saying it cannot fine the file specified. All you need to do is let the errors go after clicking ok and when it gets to the end, it will extract all the files. After that, re-run the setup program and all will be ok. I figured this out after uploading to both places. I will fix this tonight, but won't re-upload it till tommorrow or so. Its too late to start again >_< I will include the original source setting file that has all the code in it, and i will fix that code so it will make the pack right, you can re-create the pack if you'd like using spoon installer.

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Sounds nice

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Heres the code for the bat file to install all the updates that are downloaded with the windows updates downloader. just remember that the downloaded updates have a different name, but the base name (the 6 numbers in the name) remain consistent. you just have to use a program like 1-4a rename to rename all the files to the right names.

if you prefer to download the full pack, you can download it from the ftp server here.

i used spoon's installer to make the final pack that is on the server.

enjoy

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885835.exe /quiet /norestart
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896344.exe -q /Z -ER
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913433.exe /Q
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mp10.exe /Q
wmcsetup.exe /quiet /norestart
gdidettool.exe /Q

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Post by TheWahbinator »

I think Autopatcher does just fine, plus it has additional updates and addons and has seperate versions for Win2k, XP (32 and 64-bit), and Server 2003.

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Post by ___ »

well it saves downloading them all seperatly. i might integrate them into a xp cd

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Post by Luckie »

All German-Users should check Serebys-Pack ( http://www.xp-sp2-updatepack.de.vu/ ). He already creates a RollUp when installing the hotfixes on a running Windows. You coukd also integrate the pack in a new CD by using his tool or nLite And his pack includes ALL Updates for XP, including patches which are only availible through support.

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Post by Antz »

Luckie wrote:All German-Users should check Serebys-Pack ( http://www.xp-sp2-updatepack.de.vu/ ). He already creates a RollUp when installing the hotfixes on a running Windows. You coukd also integrate the pack in a new CD by using his tool or nLite And his pack includes ALL Updates for XP, including patches which are only availible through support.
thx !

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Post by Vista Ultimate R2 »

A really good project for someone, I think, would be to make a CD containing all the updates for 95, 98, NT4 and ME, as they're all out of support and so you wouldn't have to keep updating the CD as new updates come out - so you'd just put the CD in, select what version of Windows you're using (or have it somehow detect it), and then it installs all the updates for you. It would be especially useful for 95 and NT4 as these don't have Windows Update so you never really know what updates you need.

I just thought of this the other day when loading ME on to my new-old laptop - I haven't got the little adapter to connect the PC Card network port to normal ethernet (it's at home - Ill probably get it next weekend) so I wasn't able to install the patches from Windows Update (I copied over IE6 and the other big updates on a USB key, but couldn't be bothered trying to find all the patches). Also, if you're installing old versions of Windows on several machines, it's a lot of updates to keep downloading. I'm pretty sure they'd all fit on one CD for all those versions of Windows.
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