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

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Merci mooms,

Je connaissais ce programme, mais j'avais oublié qu'on pouvait rendre le bat déclenchable en tant qu'administrateur !

Voici donc le fichier !

SFC.7z

EDIT : le programme propose la création d'un fichier 32 ou 64 bit. J'ai opté pour le 32 bit.

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Bonjour,

j'ai testé le dernier SFC.exe.
Pour moi, c'est bon en x86 (mais pas de log) mais échec en x64.
Pas vraiment de surprise, car en x64, un batch ne fait pas toujours ce que l'on souhaite.
De plus, j'ai renoncé à Bat to Exe depuis un certain temps à cause des faux positifs.

Je suis en train de tester un nouveau SFX RunOnce.
En particulier, j'y ai remis les 4 KB (5 en x64) à faire en Silent Installs + SFX
Il semble que du coup la KB2533552 s'installe correctement (à vérifier en multipliant les tests : déjà 3 en x86).
Pour sfc /scannow, il faut le faire avant les 4 ou 5 KB car sfc ne fonctionne pas lorsqu'un redémarrage est en attente.


Je propse donc un SFX qui dans une fenêtre DOS non masqué :
sfc /scannow avec log sur le bureau (personnellement je n'ai pas d'erreurs)
installe les 4 ou 5 KB
MU proposé par mooms
installation du Catalogue Microsoft Update
un nettoyage (prefetch, Windows\Temp et dossier temporaire de l'utilisateur) au redémarrage suivant

on peut aussi ajouter le masquage des KB W10

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On ‎13‎/‎06‎/‎2014 at 4:30 PM, Thiersee said:

No problem ;).

My experience is to have a look in both the WU-Catalog AND the Security Bulletins because sometimes there are differences :sad01_anim: !

 

For me too!

 

Yes, I know, I found this KB in the list from WHD, but as I said I don't know a link for it; if I download the hotfix I get a link fro MS (per email).

I tried already to integrate those extracted .msu, but WinToolkit had problems with: extracted file and the download from WHD had different checksums...

 

On ‎13‎/‎06‎/‎2014 at 4:30 PM, Thiersee said:

No problem ;).

My experience is to have a look in both the WU-Catalog AND the Security Bulletins because sometimes there are differences :sad01_anim: !

 

For me too!

 

Yes, I know, I found this KB in the list from WHD, but as I said I don't know a link for it; if I download the hotfix I get a link fro MS (per email).

I tried already to integrate those extracted .msu, but WinToolkit had problems with: extracted file and the download from WHD had different checksums...

 

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Hello,

Changelog de février 2016 (idem x86 et x64) :

 

W10 / Telemetry : KB2952664 passe en v16 remplace KB3121461 ; KB3135445 remplace KB3112343 ; KB3123862

RDP 8.1 : KB3126446 remplace KB3069762

IE 11 Updates : KB3134814 remplace KB3124275 ; KB3141092 (liée à KB3134814).

Updates : KB3115858 remplace KB3100213

KB3124280 remplace KB3019215

KB3126587 remplace KB2619339, KB3121212 et KB3121918, KB3063858 (x86)

KB3126593 remplace KB3072633

KB3134214 remplace KB3124000

.net FW 3.5.1 : KB3122648, KB3127220. KB3072305 de mai 2015 est demandée après installation de l'ISO.

 

Je commence les tests pour vérifier qu'aucune autre mise à jour n'est remplacée. Je modifie aussi le fichier W10, mais il faut que je fasse plusieurs tests pour vérifier si toutes les anciennes mises à jour liées à Windows 10 sont encore demandées. Cela devrait aller plus vite, j'ai ajouté un disque SSD pour mes tests, ça prend maintenant 1h pour préparer l'image de 7x64 au lieu de 3h30 !

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2 hours ago, rhahgleuhargh said:

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IE 11 Updates : KB3134814 remplace KB3124275 ; KB3141092 (liée à KB3134814).

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KB3141092: if I understood right it's for Enterprise

 

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KB3124280 remplace KB3076949, KB3019215

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Are you sure? No trace of that on MS-Catalog.

 

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KB3126587 remplace KB3121212 et KB3121918

KB3126593 remplace KB3101217

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Are you sure? No trace of that on MS-Catalog.

Further a back-search on KB3121212 says it has been replaced by KB3126593 and KB3126587; at the same time MS-Catalog says for both KB3126587 & KB3126593 they replaced KB3121918 & 3121212.

Thiersee

 

P.S.: sorry for not have chances this time to test intensively: my wife is in the hospital and I'm not much time at home.

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Hi Thiersee

I didn't look on WUcatalog Website (no time this evening, will do it later), I just took infos in Microsoft download center and abbodi's WHD list changelog before I left my work, and forget to remove KB3101217 and KB3076949 (they weren't in ULs). Post edited.

I just tested x64 new UL, all is fine except that .net FW 3.5.1 KB3072305 from september 2015 is asked by WU (wasn't asked before, and never has been superseded). KB2619339 and KB3072633 were removed by deep-clean at the first boot (previous post edited).

I wish a good recovery to your wife, hope all is fine.

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Hello,

ULs mises à jour uploadées. Tests OK en MV. J'y ai aussi ajouté KB3072305 (.net FW 3.5.1 de septembre 2015) qui est demandée au premier lancement de WU. Il faudra donc naviguer dans le listing de la catégorie "Updates" pour la sélectionner.

Le script W10 est aussi mis à jour. Il devient long à charger car contient 15 mises à jour à masquer. En effet, toutes les anciennes KBs relatives à W10 sont demandées lorsque vous masquez les 8 KBs de l'UL... Normalement toutes ces mises à jour relatives à W10 ne devraient plus être proposées après juillet 2016, date où le passage à W10 sera payant. On verra !

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Interesting problem.

I used the most recent Feb UL. Downloaded the updates that were missing...

Integrated into a clean image, installed, and two updates were re-requested (2592687,  3035583)

The RDP update 2592687 may have been caused by me integrating them in the wrong order, but the 3035583 update I had in my download folder was not the most recent version - the more recent version uses the same filename (October vs December).  It would seem that WUD didn't think it needed to download the later version because the file was already there - the exact filename!

Can anyone else confirm this problem?

Edited by n0nsense

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Hello,

For KB2592687 check the prerequisites with Wintoolkit (I don't remember the exact order).

KB3035583-v2 last version is in the UL, I just forgot to update the date (october vs december 18). Since I never integrate W10 related updates (I prefer to migrate directly with last Windows 10.1511 ISO) I didn't make any test with it. Have you integrated this update in RunOnce (it's impossible to integrate it offline) ?

EDIT : Yes, you have to reDL the last version of KB3035583 with WUD : the program doesn't reDL the file if it has the same name as the previous one. The v2 was updated keeping the same number version.

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Thanks rhahgleuhargh

I've found the correct order for KB2592687, which now works.

I downloaded the updated KB3035583-v2, but kept it to one side to integrate at RunOnce.

I was wondering why some updates don't integrate very nicely offline, so I searched the contents of every update and discovered that the following list of updates all have extra files inside, not just the .cab, which makes me think they are meant to be installed 'online'.  What are your thoughts?

KB2676562
KB2871997
KB2882822
KB2952664
KB3000483
KB3004375
KB3011780
KB3033929
KB3035583
KB3046269
KB3068708

When I don't integrate these offline, my SFC /SCANNOW has no problems!  And once integrated at RunOnce, the Check for Windows Update now only takes 5 minutes, whereas before it was taking much much longer...(sometimes hours!)

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I never checked SFC /Scannow before until someone pointed out sfc errors last month with latest Wintoolkit version and december UL (all was OK with august UL, no test for sept, oct, and nov ones). I remember that an old previous of Wintoolkit version induced Sfc errors, but this bug was solved after : since a lot of updates of your list are old, if they induced sfc errors, all ISO created with new versions of Wintoolkit should have sfc errors, so I'm not sure that all these KBs induce the problem. Did you make a test with only the more recent ones integrated in RunOnce (ie 3033929 to 3068708) ? You may point this bug to Legolash2o.

Concerning WU, I made some tests with latest WU client (W10 related updates) : no improvement ! During standard tests with older WU client, access to WU takes 30 s up to 20 min, my opinion is that depends of WU servers charge.

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Hi

I'm not using Wintoolkit, I integrate them from the command line.

You are right, it is difficult to track down what is causing the SFC problem, but I'll keep testing and post back anything significant.

Kind regards

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Bonjour,

test sur partition formatée x64-HP

tout est OK sauf le souci avec KB2533552.
W10.vbs OK
DeapClean OK

Par contre, dans "Win7-Post-SP1 GDR-x64-MULTI.ul" la KB3035583 n'est pas tout à fait à sa place mais celà n'a pas de conséquences.

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Reupload des ULs de février. la nouvelle version du forum permet d'envoyer directement au format .ulz. J'en ai profité pour corriger les coquilles de la date pour KB3035585 et ajouté ADD- pour KB3102429 que j'avais oublié de mettre.

Pour ceux qui avaient déjà téléchargé la version précédente, ce n'est pas la peine de le refaire.

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Hi

I'm not using Wintoolkit, I integrate them from the command line.

You are right, it is difficult to track down what is causing the SFC problem, but I'll keep testing and post back anything significant.

Kind regards

I´ve found some reports about problems with kb3126587 and kb3126593, hope it helps.

http://www.tigercomms.com/news/microsoft-windows-updates-kb3126587-and-kb3126593-which-were-released-9-february-2016-are,

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/1016c38f-20cc-418c-a0df-af8091b1d9f5/kb3126587-and-kb3126593-install-fails-with-error-80070026?forum=w7itprosecurity,

https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/en-US/2ecfef80-cd3d-4e03-985c-cb2b523a00e9/issue-with-kb3126587-kb3126593?forum=netfxsetup

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