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KB2670838 Failed to integrate Windows 7 SP1 (7601) Anyone else have the same issue?

EDIT :: This update integrates fine when adding it to Advanced :: Silent Installers using the /Q switch. KB2670838 can not be integrated as an update in Version 1.5 does not have this issue.

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It's not even offered on Windows Update in Win7x86, although I downloaded the package from MS Download Center. I'm a bit concerned about the PRE-RELEASE wording. What does that mean? Testing only? Will there be newer, more stable versions? For the time being, I'm not going to install it.

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