XPSP3_QFE_UpdatePack for Windows XP Post-SP3 20180109

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Post by user_hidden » Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:37 am

OK guys so far Silverlight will not be included and remain a seperate addon.

DirectX & Old VB Runtimes will be included.

IE8 can always be built using Onepiece's DXUPAC.exe.

WMP11, not going to be added as like 5eraph i use WMP10 still.

old C runtimes atl/mfc/msvc/70/71, you guys can use Kels or Ricktendo64 runtimes addon.

capicom, possibly as it's not a big deal.

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Post by adric » Sat Jul 21, 2012 1:58 am

I'm using YumeYao_MicrosoftOldRuntimeLibraries_Addon_1_0_0.7z which Contains VC1 and VB1-4 runtimes. I checked Rick's switchless installer and it also contains the the VC1 and VB1-4 runtimes. Kel removed the MS runtimes from his addon so the only choice is using Rick's installer which will install VB1-4 again since you are including them in your updatepack.

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Post by user_hidden » Sat Jul 21, 2012 8:14 am

@adric

how about this one

File: Ricks-YumeYao_MicrosoftVC78910RuntimeLibraries_MixedAddon_2_1_3.7z
MD5: b36ffb8bcf52afd628a2510ad2ccfe80


or I may reconsider, i need input......

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Post by adric » Sat Jul 21, 2012 11:18 am

As far as I know, Rick is not updating that addon anymore and decided to do an AIO installer instead. That is what I'm using now. So basically the Vb1-4 runtimes will be in your pack (if you add them) and Rick's installer. From what I can tell the installer replaces

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YumeYao_MicrosoftOldRuntimeLibraries_Addon
Rick's-YumeYao_MicrosoftVC78910RuntimeLibraries_MixedAddon
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Post by vmanda » Sat Jul 21, 2012 11:34 am

In my opinion, VC 7 can be added too, this will not be updated anymore.

Also old vb runtimes to ashure backward compatibility with old programs.

As general rule, i think that older versions can be added, and addon packs
developers can focus only on newest versions
. I'm refering to old M$
runtimes, developed by M$ for Windows. For the rest we have Kels Runtimes.

Peoples can choose to never install itself VC8 , VC9 or VC 10
since almost all aplications that require 8,9 or 10 are including
and install own needed versions, even if same major version
are allredy installed. You can see the four different VC 9 installed
on my notebook, by software itself, without to even ask.
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(We need to thank to M$ for the VC redist jungle :) )

Or, peoples can choose to add VC8 , VC9 or VC 10 as sfx installers (not mixed)
by choosing wich subversions to use, depending on software that intend
to install later.
For example i'm using Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x86 Redistributable - 10.0.40219
needed by Avira, Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable 8.0.61001
needed by Yahoo Messenger, etc. This versions are not allways latest versions,
but installing myself will shorter app install, and i can remove myself some msi "features",
like VC_RED_enu_x86_net_SETUP, for example.

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Post by user_hidden » Sat Jul 21, 2012 3:57 pm

ok so no vb1,2,3,4 to keep compatibility with Rick's aio runtime installer.

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Post by vmanda » Sat Jul 21, 2012 4:33 pm

user_hidden wrote:ok so no vb1,2,3,4 to keep compatibility with Rick's aio runtime installer.
Well, i'm not shure what you have understand from my post,
i wanted to say to put vb1,2,3,4, Visual C++ 7 and C Standard
Library runtimes, capicom, maybe some other older runtimes into pack.
All old runtimes from M$, that will not be updated anymore. See here
This will add 60+ files and about 6,5 mb packed size to your pack.
Unpacked extra size, about 18+ mb.

I think Rick's will not be upset if you put all this things directly
into XPSP3_QFE_UpdatePack for Windows XP Post-SP3_xxxxxx.

Let user choose which VC 8, 9 and 10 from M$ to use.

And let user choose to use or not Kels_Runtimes_addon_v8.4.2+,
for third party runtimes when integrate pack with rvmi or nlite.

This is my opinion.

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Post by ELiTE » Sat Jul 21, 2012 4:49 pm

user_hidden wrote:ok so no vb1,2,3,4 to keep compatibility with Rick's aio runtime installer.
In my opinion (which nobody ever wants) I say make your pack the way you've always made it. Yours was the only pack I used when I was running XP. Why? One stop shopping and it installed and ran like 8 million bucks. Your Updated packs were always released promptly and it was just something I could count on. Not knocking the other guy's stuff but I say stick to what works... 8)
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Post by phox » Sun Jul 22, 2012 2:02 am

[quote="ELiTE"]
In my opinion (which nobody ever wants) I say make your pack the way
you've always made it. Yours was the only pack I used when I was
running XP. Why? One stop shopping and it installed and ran like 8 million
bucks. Your Updated packs were always released promptly and it was just
something I could count on. Not knocking the other guy's stuff but I say
stick to what works... 8)[/quote]

After reading what exotics some people want, I fully agree with ELiTE:
Dont, add anything to your already best UP ever!!! Thank you for it.

All suggested additions usually come as parts of applications whish need
them and it is ridicules to carry additional 18 MB one will newer need!

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Post by vmanda » Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:22 am

phox wrote:All suggested additions usually come as parts of applications whish need
them and it is ridicules to carry additional 18 MB one will newer need!
Read all posts before to write, user_hidden have been proposed first to add
old vb runtimes and some other packs.

Some of us prefer to have a plus of 18 mb, and programs that never ask
for runtimes. At this time 18mb ~= 3 mp3 files. To never carry about
runtimes, have no price.

Then you will need to carry with another addon, because all this runtimes
are needed by programs. Usualy old redistributable runtimes are not part
of programs, she needs to be downloaded separately So you will need to
carry 2 (or more) packages.

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Post by adric » Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:52 am

ELiTE wrote:
user_hidden wrote:ok so no vb1,2,3,4 to keep compatibility with Rick's aio runtime installer.
In my opinion (which nobody ever wants) I say make your pack the way you've always made it. Yours was the only pack I used when I was running XP. Why? One stop shopping and it installed and ran like 8 million bucks. Your Updated packs were always released promptly and it was just something I could count on. Not knocking the other guy's stuff but I say stick to what works... 8)
This is the first time I have something where I can agree with you. :mrgreen:

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Post by acus » Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:12 am

I agreee with ELITE.

I appreciate your pack for essentiality.
I think that addons are available for other stuffs

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Post by phox » Tue Jul 24, 2012 8:50 am

@ user_hidden

For years I am using your UP and every month reinstall
all my 4 home computers and very often additional PCs
of my friends. In addition I use nonno’s IE8 and WMP11
and yours netAIO AddOns. Problem with IE8 and WMP11
AddOns is that updating is delayed for several days and
sometimes several weeks after your updates.

So, I kindly suggest that you keep your UP as it is and just
make your versions of IE8, WMP11 (beside netAIO) and any
other AddOns you feel reasonable or according to requests
from others. In that way your best ever UP will be preserved
and additional updates will be in time with it.

Thank you very much for your excellent products!
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Post by user_hidden » Tue Jul 24, 2012 4:34 pm

the below will be in next update pack

Microsoft CAPICOM 2.1.0.2
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c Runtimes
Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4
Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 1,7
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Post by keloo05 » Tue Jul 24, 2012 5:29 pm

user_hidden wrote:the below will be in next update pack

Microsoft CAPICOM 2.1.0.2
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c Runtimes
Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4,6
Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 7
Isn't VB6 included already in Windows XP? Read YumeYao's description.
Aso, why don't you include VC1, so we can fully skip YumeYao's Legacy Addon?
If YumeYao is right, all we need is:

VB1-4
VC1
VC7
yumeyao wrote: Overview of Microsoft Runtimes
  • VC1: included in this addon as a component of Legacy Addon
  • VC2-VC6: bundled with WinXP (untouched by this addon)
  • VC7-VC10: included in this addon as Mainstream Addon
  • VB1-VB4: included in this addon as components of Legacy Addon
  • VB5-VB6: bundled with WinXP (untouched by this addon)
  • VB7+: part of the .NET CLR; not included in this addon, please check my .NET Releases.

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Post by user_hidden » Tue Jul 24, 2012 6:28 pm

keloo05 wrote:Isn't VB6 included already in Windows XP? Read YumeYao's description.
Aso, why don't you include VC1, so we can fully skip YumeYao's Legacy Addon?
If YumeYao is right, all we need is:

VB1-4
VC1
VC7

my mistake vb6 shouldn't be listed as it's included with XP.
Yes VC1 is included in the new pack as well.

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Post by keloo05 » Tue Jul 24, 2012 9:45 pm

user_hidden wrote: my mistake vb6 shouldn't be listed as it's included with XP.
Yes VC1 is included in the new pack as well.
That's great!
I have one last suggestion for improving this updatepack and it's size.
Remove all POST-SP3 updates for Internet Explorer 6. I bet everyone who integrates your pack also integrates IE7 or IE8, even if not using it as main browser, so IE6 updates will be obsolete.

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Post by 5eraph » Tue Jul 24, 2012 10:33 pm

keloo05 wrote:Remove all POST-SP3 updates for Internet Explorer 6. I bet everyone who integrates your pack also integrates IE7 or IE8, even if not using it as main browser
tomasz86 wrote:Not everyone uses IE8/WMP11 either. There is one big advantage of IE6 and WMP9 - they are lighter, therefore take less space in the Windows source. In case of IE6 the Explorer (explorer.exe) is actually faster than when using IE8 so you can keep IE6 system files and use other non-M$ browser to browse the Web. It does matter on an old computer.

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Post by shiner » Tue Jul 24, 2012 10:52 pm

keloo05 wrote: ...
Remove all POST-SP3 updates for Internet Explorer 6. I bet everyone who integrates your pack also integrates IE7 or IE8, even if not using it as main browser, so IE6 updates will be obsolete.
Lately, I have been doing a lot a testing in VMs without IE8 integrated, for example, to create an IE8 installer. Also, some of the IE6 files remain on a system even with IE8 installed.
"You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink."

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Post by keloo05 » Tue Jul 24, 2012 10:53 pm

Seraph, I agree with you (or with tomasz86), but even if you don't use IE at all, it's a very good decision to update to IE8 system files, because other programs use them.

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Post by tomasz86 » Wed Jul 25, 2012 12:08 am

keloo05 wrote:Seraph, I agree with you (or with tomasz86), but even if you don't use IE at all, it's a very good decision to update to IE8 system files, because other programs use them.
They will still slow down the Explorer ;) I'm talking about files like browseui.dll, etc.

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Post by phox » Wed Jul 25, 2012 2:37 am

Will someone be kind enough, to explain the logic behind all this discussion:

IE8 and WMP11 are the only real post XP SP3 improvements and I am sure
that majority users include them in their installations, jet a few people are
advocating abstinence of them but including some exotics rarely used?!

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Post by yumeyao » Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:38 am

phox wrote:Will someone be kind enough, to explain the logic behind all this discussion:

IE8 and WMP11 are the only real post XP SP3 improvements and I am sure
that majority users include them in their installations, jet a few people are
advocating abstinence of them but including some exotics rarely used?!
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Post by phox » Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:52 am

[quote="user_hidden"] the below will be in next update pack

Microsoft CAPICOM 2.1.0.2
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c Runtimes
Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4
Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 1,7[/quote]

Please be so kind (as nonno) and include AddOns for removing planed
additions for us who don't need them.
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Post by =[FEAR]=JIGSAW » Wed Jul 25, 2012 5:52 am

user_hidden wrote:the below will be in next update pack

Microsoft CAPICOM 2.1.0.2
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c Runtimes
Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4
Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 1,7
Noted. ;)
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> http://goo.gl/62jwQ

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Post by phox » Wed Jul 25, 2012 9:11 am

[quote="=[FEAR]=JIGSAW"]

@ phox

> http://goo.gl/62jwQ
[/quote]

Thank you, but I don't know what I am doing wrong?!
If I click "quote" and type my text it should be enough.

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Post by vmanda » Wed Jul 25, 2012 9:13 am

user_hidden wrote:the below will be in next update pack

Microsoft CAPICOM 2.1.0.2
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c Runtimes
Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4
Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 1,7
100% agree

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Post by ELiTE » Wed Jul 25, 2012 9:15 am

phox wrote: Thank you, but I don't know what I am doing wrong?!
If I click "quote" and type my text it should be enough.
I think it's a problem with the webpage itself. I had similar problems a couple days ago with this very issue. Seems to be sporadic in nature..... 8)
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Post by user_hidden » Mon Jul 30, 2012 7:11 pm

phox wrote:Will someone be kind enough, to explain the logic behind all this discussion:

IE8 and WMP11 are the only real post XP SP3 improvements and I am sure
that majority users include them in their installations, jet a few people are
advocating abstinence of them but including some exotics rarely used?!
i use mostly IE6 on the "system builder" PC's. why IE6, well because less overhead and most of the users here are on Firefox so no need for IE8 in the base pack. i use an IE8 personal addon in my integrations.

i do not use WMP11, still use a WMP10 personal addon.

Onepiece and yumeyao both have IE8 addons and they are
VERY easy to update. i will not update their addons unless
otherwise instructed by them.

as long as there are addons available to compliment an updatepack
i preffer the choice that it gives.

Oh ya and a few WMP11 are available as well....Onepiece, yumeyao, Ricktendo64 ......

hmmmm you have to ask yourself a question if Onepiece and Ricktendo64
each release an AIO updatepack why release separate addons for WMP11
and IE8 ? Was that done for my pack or RyanVM pack (previously) or Xable (don't know if it's still around) ? I think it is for choice.

Choice my friends is what it boils done to.

BTW, my motherboard, cpu and ram in my production PC
for packs and addons died last night. next updatepack may be delayed
as i have to gather some funds to get some new/used hardware.
If anyone is willing to donate to the cause please PM me.

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Post by phox » Tue Jul 31, 2012 3:27 am

@ user_hiden

Thank you very much for finding time and patience to answer my doubts in details!

Since I have discovered your UP several years ago, I use it every month for two reasons:
it is ESSENTIAL and it is in TIME with MS updates (in most cases on the same day).

I cheer every time after installation of a new pack, to find that there are no additional
MS updates beside some “rubbish”. All other AddOns you have mentioned are usually
late several days and sometimes several weeks “ruining” timing of your UP.

I don’t know about Firefox, but I still think that IE8 and WMP11 are the only real post XP
SP3 improvements and I am sure that majority users include them in their installations.
I also think that every builder of UP should take that in account and keep XP on the
highest level possible.

Bear in mind, that what is easy for you is not so easy for most of us.

Onepiece adopted (Bart’s) approach by building UP with everything in it and providing
addons to remove components not needed by individuals.

I kindly suggest to you, to adopt (WinBuilder) approach by continue building ESENTIAL
UP and provide your personal AddOns for IE8 (you have it), WMP11, netAIO and all other
components you think are necessary to improve and keep alive XP, despite Win7 and Win8!
Only in this way other AddOns will be in synchronization with your exceptional UP timing!

XP deserves all the help to survive the competition. Thanks to you I still use it with pleasure.

I thank you again very much for a great work, hoping that it will evolve in the way I prefer.

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Post by OnePiece Alb » Tue Jul 31, 2012 5:05 am

@phox
the DX's Universal UpdatePack/Addon Creator automatically creates and so perfect the IE8 + WMP11 + DirectX + Silverlight True AddOn (in all the languages ​​that Microsoft supports, plus if you want you can restore\rollback after Windows installing, ie6 or WMP9 ect ect), needing only 10 seconds to always have the latest IE8 or WMP11 or DirectX or Silverlight ect ect ect True AddOn, and was always so

even the IE8 AddOn itself (the WMP11 + DirectX not updated for many more years), always has been published almost 3-4-5-6 days before the AIO Update Pack (in all these years in 99% of cases and was also published only 10-12 hours after the release of the update on microsoft.com), these two addons are never causes of delays or have never been a barrier or problem for the other Update Packs or other such things ect ect ect, and all Ok, all this was merely to clarify

Ciao a tutti.

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Post by phox » Tue Jul 31, 2012 1:09 pm

@OnePiece Alb

DX's Universal UpdatePack/Addon Creator is a good tool, but if one is able to
prepare all required input material and after MS update know which updates are
obsolete and which new should be added.

I agree with you that IE8 has been published almost 3-4-5-6 days before the AIO
Update Pack, but UP is always several days, weeks and sometimes month later
than user_hiden’s UP!

Thank you for voicing your opinion and unnecessary defending your approach:
My point is not to criticize your timing, but stress that builder of UP should take
in account that his Pack keep XP on the HIGHEST level possible (what you do,
but user_hiden not) and ESENTIAL (what user_hiden do, but you not), with one
point shop for AddOns (IE8, WMP11, netAIO and all others), asap.

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Post by bphlpt » Tue Jul 31, 2012 7:23 pm

@phox

You have been very clear, several times, as to why you would prefer that u_h provide updates for the apps you mention in the time frame you prefer, and I understand your reasons. But u_h has also been very clear why he chooses not to do that. Continuing to ask him to do more work, on your schedule, is bordering on arrogance. There are other options available for the apps you mentioned, some of which I'm sure u_h uses himself when necessary, but he has stated that he is not going to publish anything else publicly for those apps.

So your options are:

1) Continue as I assume you are doing now: Make a build when the u_h's UP is published and make another one when the apps you mentioned get updated.

2) Wait until the apps are updated and make one build then. Update your OS as required using WU/MU in the meantime as required.

3) Learn to update the apps you require yourself. There are many tools available to do this and many forums in addition to this one where they are discussed, including specifying which app updates apply and which ones don't, if you need that assistance. You could then share your updated apps, giving back to the community.

Please do not continue to ask u_h for these apps. While each request has been polite, the repeated requests are becoming rude. If u_h changes his mind I'm sure he will post something prominently so you won't miss it.

EDIT:
phox wrote:My point is not to criticize your timing, but stress that builder of UP should take
in account that his Pack keep XP on the HIGHEST level possible (what you do,
but user_hiden not) and ESENTIAL (what user_hiden do, but you not), with one
point shop for AddOns (IE8, WMP11, netAIO and all others), asap.
Your definition of what a builder of an UP should do, and on what schedule, is only valid if he were being paid to do it. As a gracious and prolific person volunteering his time and efforts and sharing it for free here he has absolutely no requirements whatsoever as to what and when he decides to share things with us. It is perfectly alright to request things be done differently, but you should accept the answer of "No".

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Post by phox » Thu Aug 02, 2012 3:01 am

@bphlpt

Woooow! Loud and clear, but:

1. I have newer “request things be done differently” from anybody!
You have mixed suggestions with requests.

2. I don’t believe that user_hiden needs personal minder to protect
him from my “repeated requests are becoming rude”?!

3. Or you have assumed authority to teach me “manners”?!
Please, leave that function to relevant Administrators!

Don’t you have a slightest feeling that your style is “bordering on
arrogance” and “becoming rude”.

In the future “you should accept the answer of "No"”
for discussion with me and just ignore my posts, please!

“Cheers and Regards”

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Post by user_hidden » Fri Aug 03, 2012 8:56 am

Update pack will be delayed next week !!

Sorry guys/gals production PC is down.

Thank you to the 2 users that have come forward and donated, appreciated.

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Post by user_hidden » Tue Aug 14, 2012 5:20 pm

20120814
updated Adobe Flash Player 11.3.300.271 ActiveX Control
updated Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool v4.11
added Microsoft CAPICOM 2.1.0.2
added Microsoft DirectX 9.0c Runtimes
added Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4
added Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 1,7
added KB2661254 replaced KB2718704
added KB2705219 replaced KB958644
added KB2712808 replaced KB968585
added KB2722913 replaced KB2699988
added KB2723135 replaced KB2685939
added KB2731847 replaced KB2718523
added KB2732052 replaced KB2698707

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[color=blue]my motherboard, cpu and ram in my production PC
for packs and addons died. updates may be delayed
as i have to gather some funds to get some new/used hardware. 
If anyone is willing to donate to the cause please PM me.[/color]

[b]SPECIAL thanks to pdl808 and acus for the help on donations
otherwise there would be no update today. Yes only 2 users came forward....pretty sad![/b]

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Post by keloo05 » Tue Aug 14, 2012 7:36 pm

Thank you user_hidden !

I read about your PC and I was hoping that someone would eventualy donate. I would also like to thank pdl808 and acus.

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Post by ELiTE » Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:50 pm

keloo05 wrote:Thank you user_hidden !

I read about your PC and I was hoping that someone would eventualy donate.
Hey! Seen as folks are in the donating mood I'm looking to upgrade my rig with a pair of Sapphire HD 7970 6GB Toxic Edition video cards. Cost: $600.00 each x 2= $1200.00 + 13% HST= $1,356.00 Canadian. Anyone wanting to help keep ole ELiTE living large can send me a PM with the details (and, of course, a nice fat check). Yea, that's the ticket...... 8)
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Post by Outbreaker » Tue Aug 14, 2012 10:43 pm

added Microsoft CAPICOM 2.1.0.2
added Microsoft DirectX 9.0c Runtimes
added Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4
added Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 1,7
Are now all up-to-date Visual Basic and Visual C Runtimes versions included in this update pack so no need to use any separat Visual update packs anymore or?
added Microsoft CAPICOM 2.1.0.2
added Microsoft DirectX 9.0c Runtimes
Nice ;-)

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Post by jaynbe » Wed Aug 15, 2012 2:27 am

Outbreaker wrote: Are now all up-to-date Visual Basic and Visual C Runtimes versions included in this update pack so no need to use any separat Visual update packs anymore or?

Nice ;-)

Still VC8, VC9 and VC10 to add:

VC8 = Visual c++ 2005
VC9 = Visual c++ 2008
VC10= Visual c++ 2010

http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/7665 ... s-2012-08/

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Post by tomasz86 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 3:21 am

@jaynbe
A true addon is much better...
http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.p ... 272#126272

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Post by david.lynch » Wed Aug 15, 2012 9:59 am

Judging by the comments, a great pack. Does anyone ever managed to make this for other languages than english, Portuguese BR for instance?

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Post by user_hidden » Wed Aug 15, 2012 11:15 am

david.lynch wrote:Judging by the comments, a great pack. Does anyone ever managed to make this for other languages than english, Portuguese BR for instance?

unfortnately no pt-Br for this updatepack.
you could however use Onepiece DXUPC to build a pt-Br AIO updatepack.

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Post by david.lynch » Wed Aug 15, 2012 11:57 am

Thank you for the reply, user_hidden!

Actually I'm trying to do that, but I'm stuck on how to get all the updates. Does exist here a tutorial on how to make a script to download everything needed for other languages, or any other method? Or it does have to be manually?

Exists a WSUS Offline Update Generator which runs a script that downloads all the updates for the selected language and system. Would be something like that, but I'm unsure if this the best/right method to achieve the perfect results of the english pack.

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Post by Scratch » Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:18 pm

Thank you for your addons. But this version is Too Big! Can not burn my Windows XP on a CD. I am against "All-in-One" things. I like to add components myself based on my years of practice. May be compile a lighter pack, only Microsoft Updates? For example I have never needed Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4. What is it Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 1,7? Does it replace Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package?

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Post by user_hidden » Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:29 pm

david.lynch wrote:Thank you for the reply, user_hidden!

Actually I'm trying to do that, but I'm stuck on how to get all the updates. Does exist here a tutorial on how to make a script to download everything needed for other languages, or any other method? Or it does have to be manually?
unfortunately as far as i know manual is the way to harvest all the required hotfixes.

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Post by user_hidden » Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:35 pm

Scratch wrote:Thank you for your addons. But this version is Too Big! Can not burn my Windows XP on a CD. I am against "All-in-One" things. I like to add components myself based on my years of practice. May be compile a lighter pack, only Microsoft Updates? For example I have never needed Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4. What is it Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 1,7? Does it replace Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package?
you can further slim down your CD by removing non required files such as the following complete directories:
i386/win9xmig
i386/win9xupg
i386/winntupg

VB and VC runtimes included do not add significant KB to the pack.
it is the DirectX 9.0c that adds the difference.

the following are NOT included and can be added with a seperate addon if required. VC2005 = VC8 / VC2008 = VC9 / VC2010 = VC10 / VC2012 = VC12

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Post by Kurt_Aust » Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:03 pm

user_hidden wrote:It is the DirectX 9.0c that adds the difference.
Could you clarify in the main post if this includes everything in the June 2010 redistributable?

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Post by user_hidden » Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:21 pm

Kurt_Aust wrote:
user_hidden wrote:It is the DirectX 9.0c that adds the difference.
Could you clarify in the main post if this includes everything in the June 2010 redistributable?
i edited the 1st post to make it clear for you.

yes the included DirectX is the June 2010 redist files, so you do not require any additional addons for it.

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Post by vmanda » Wed Aug 15, 2012 5:02 pm

Scratch wrote:Thank you for your addons. But this version is Too Big! Can not burn my Windows XP on a CD. I am against "All-in-One" things. I like to add components myself based on my years of practice. May be compile a lighter pack, only Microsoft Updates? For example I have never needed Microsoft Visual Basic Runtimes 1,2,3,4. What is it Microsoft Visual C Runtimes 1,7? Does it replace Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package?
Why do not buy a slim DVD at 1,5 GB? Is easy to carry it into your pocket.

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