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[Rebuilt] .NET Framework 4.5.2 Full x86/x64 (9-19-2014)


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After installing the last pack on a fresh Windows 7 32bit Windows Update asks for the update KB2858725 .

 

It is offered as an OPTIONAL update tho.

 

Don't know if this update is already superseded or you just forgot to include it.

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Its not an update its a language pack, use the INTL version which includes the language pack for your language Windows

 

Even with the INTL version i still get that update on a fresh Windows 7, i just tested it again on a virtual machine. And after installing that optional, i get the next important updates: KB2894854, KB2931368, KB2972216, KB2901126 and KB2898869 .

 

I never had this problem before with your packs.

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halo ricktendo , may i know will release the new " [Rebuilt] .NET Framework 4.5.2 Full x86/x64 " , saw the date is (9-19-2014) but the slim installer date is (10-15-2014) , is it will release the new KB2996568 for the .NET Framework 4.5.2 Full x86/x64 ?

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I can't understand one thing. i want to integrate .net framework 4.5.1 to my win8.1 x64 iso. using WUD (windows updates downloader0, i downloaded the .netfx 4.5.1 msu (Windows8.1-KB2934520-x64.msu), the size is 42.97MB. Previously I had download the file NDP452-KB2901907-x86-x64-AllOS-ENU.exe. (original installer, not your repack). I extracted the files of the exe setup using 7-zip and saw a file named 'x64-Windows8.1-KB2934520-x64.msu". Both are the same kb's, but why are they having different file sizes? :g: Very strange :huh: , I am confused which one to integate. :unsure:  So please tell me the differences and which one to integrate. thank you. :)

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