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[12 février 2019] Update list GDR pour Windows 7 SP1 x86/x64 (Fr-En-De-Es-It)

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Salut,

pas de mise à jour prioritaire mais en facultatif:

KB3197869, KB3102429 et KB3196686

ça va donc encore bouger le mois prochain ? :P

edit: KB3102429 est bien présent sur mon PC de la maison, les deux autres sont aussi demandées en facultatives.

Edited by Alpha_95

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I have been behind in the last page(s) of posts and just want to insure that the November rollup does or doesn't affect my silent kb's. I have been creating win 7_64 home premium iso's. For October my silents included: kb 2533552, 2603229, 2685811, 2685813, 3046269, 3177467. I seem to remember that 2685811 &13 (nfw 3.51) updates when trying to integrate them with all the other updates, afterwards they were still being asked for by WU so I put them in the silent section and now no problems.

Does the November rollup affect any of my other silent kb's or should any new ones be added?

regards...

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No it doesn't

2685811 &13 are Driver Framework updates

you don't need 3046269 if you use  3177467

make sure you put 2533552, 3177467 to be installed first (before 2603229, 2685811, 2685813)
 

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1 hour ago, abbodi1406 said:

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you don't need 3046269 if you use  3177467

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Hi abbodi1406,

I integrate 3177467 as Silent-SFX and KB3046269 in the WPI-Session: is it still not necessary?

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make sure you put 2533552, 3177467 to be installed first (before 2603229, 2685811, 2685813)

is this necessary too, even if I install them "online" (it mean in a WPI-Session)?

 

TNX, Thiersee

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I'm not familiar with WPI
KB3046269 is needed only if you integrate offline KB3125574 or kb3172605
but if you want to do that online, then KB3177467 is enough

yes, specially online, because both are exclusive updates and require no other pending updates
and i think 2685811, 2685813 could trigger the pending status
 

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Hi Abbodi1406,

I integrate both KB3172605 and KB3125574 offline and KB3177467 as Silent-SFX in the same session, so it's needed (WU asks for it).

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yes, specially online, because both are exclusive updates and require no other pending updates
and i think 2685811, 2685813 could trigger the pending status

OK, I'll change the sequence, even if I didn't have issues (until now).

Thiersee

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Bonjour,

Ce 13 Dec, la KB3205402 Rollup pour .NET Framework est sortie et elle contient 1 msu et 3 ndp*.exe.
D'instinct et après mes premiers tests, il me semble que :
 - la KB3201131 (msu) concerne le DNF 3.5.1 natif de Windows 7 SP1.
 - la KB3205379 concerne le DNF 4.6.2 et donc je travaille dessus.
 - KB3210139 concerne probablement le DNF 4.5.2 et KB3210136le  DNF 4.6.1 et donc ont un intérêt limité..

Merci de vos retours.

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@rhahgleuhargh

New Updates:

KB3207752 (renamed IE11-KB3207752 because of WTK), replaces KB3197868; DeepCleaning uninstalls KB3164035 & KB3185911.

KB3205402, cumulative for all versions of .NET-FW; I used KB3210131 (for .NET-FW 3.5.1) & KB3205379 (for .NET-FW 4.6.2); DeepCleaning uninstalls KB3163245 & KB3188740.

VirtualBox x86, adapted working directory for Convenience RollUp: no issues & no further request by WU after install.

Thiersee

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1 hour ago, Thiersee said:

@rhahgleuhargh

New Updates:

KB3207752 (renamed IE11-KB3207752 because of WTK), replaces KB3197868; DeepCleaning uninstalls KB3164035 & KB3185911.

KB3205402, cumulative for all versions of .NET-FW; I used KB3210131 (for .NET-FW 3.5.1) & KB3205379 (for .NET-FW 4.6.2); DeepCleaning uninstalls KB3163245 & KB3188740.

VirtualBox x86, adapted working directory for Convenience RollUp: no issues & no further request by WU after install.

Thiersee

Is it still necessary to include kb2685811 and kb2685813 in sfc with these newly released kb's?

regards...

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@Thiersee

Same results here, just add KB3108670 as superseeded update in classic VM. I'm testing x64 updated UL with KB3210131 instead of KB3205402.

@pennsylvaniaron,

I think they are still needed, since they are not removed by deep-clean. I'll make the x86 test without them and report.

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9 minutes ago, Pink_Freud said:

Might be helpful to provide a little more detail amiright?

let me try again. I noticed that ie11 has black "x" on it...i'll do it over. thx

regards...

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@pennsylvaniaron

Your .INI would be helpful too!

I integrated last week both x86 & x64, HomePremium & Professional, Italian & German: NO problems at all!

Thiersee

BTW: if IE11 has a black "X" means it has not been installed; KB3207752 contains updates for IE11 and it means it can NOT install the updates for IE11....

Edited by Thiersee

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I tried it and the reg mods are not it. been using them for 2 yrs. right now I'm just trying the pre req's and the ie11 and the 3207752 (to avoid waiting for all the updates to install) and keep getting a black x on ie 11. very frustrating. is it ok to do a fast update like that or does ie11 need pre req's of its own? I also downloaded ie11 again from wud. that file hasn't changed  so this is a dilemma. do the order of the updates matter? also ie11 should go first before 3207752, correct? any other suggestions? this is what happens when I skip a month of updates. I seem to mess things up, although the method seems straight forward month after month.

regards

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Keygen.exe::D:\Win Toolkit\MBC\Keygen.exe;%SystemDrive%\users\public\desktop\Keygen.exe;True
Loader v.2.22.exe::D:\Win Toolkit\Loader v.2.22.exe;%SystemDrive%\users\public\desktop\Loader v.2.22.exe;True
Microsoft Toolkit 2.6.2.exe::D:\Win Toolkit\Microsoft Toolkit 2.6.2.exe;%SystemDrive%\users\public\desktop\Microsoft Toolkit 2.6.2.exe;True

:excl:

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