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

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Test on VM (fresh install) all without issues:

Prof, DE, x64

HP, DE, x86

HP, IT, x64

Prof, IT, x64

 

DeepClean, OK.

Tomorrow test on real HW.

BTW, my issue with KB3108371 was only on my already installed machine (work-PC).

 

Nice wekkend, Thiersee

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Salut,

 

testé en VM sous VirtualBox (w10.exe qui plante toujours xD)

 

MAJ facultatives:

KB2574819

KB2592687

KB2830477

 

donc si je comprends bien, ça à foiré l'intégration une fois de plus ? si oui je me trouve un Windows 7 sur le net car ça me gave.

 

edit: oui foiré @+ et merci pour tout.

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@phaolo,

Look at the screen capture of Windows Update downloader at the second post of the topic, you'll get all settings to activate to make it work.

At next update of UL you'll have 3 different colors [..]

Mm.. I launched WUD again to update my files but.. it started downloading everything again.

And it obviously failed at half for the "bad gateway" :shifty:

 

Edit: duh, I had to download the updated list. It worked, even if all is still grey.

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First, thank you for your efforts in this.  I'm about to slipstream my first Win7 install disc (I've done XP for years), and getting the updates integrated will be a big help, since I'm building 4 new systems at once.

 

My question is, does anyone know of a complete list of ALL Win7 updates?  While I appreciate that the list provided here will keep Windows Update from asking to install anything, I can't help thinking there are others that may want to be included if size is not the primary concern.  The ideal list would be an Excel xls file, that includes descriptions and notes regarding which updates have been superseded by others.  I have actually copied and pasted info for nearly 850 updates from Microsoft's catalog, but the descriptions are very basic, and there is no way to know which are current and which are obsolete.  Can anyone point me in the right direction?

 

I'd also be interested in knowing what was not included in this list, and why it was omitted.

 

Much Thanks in advance of any help you can offer.

 

Jeff

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I'd like to know, instead, if I can also integrate Vcredist and Directx with WinToolkit.

EDIT: maybe Win7 already has them?

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@phaolo,

Please have a look in the Installers repack section of this forum. All of these programs can be integrated in "Silent installs + SFX" section of Wintoolkit with silent switches.

@TheOtherJeff,

You can download WHDownloader (idem WUD but more recent) with the lists provided by abbodi1406. He's maintaining the most complete database for OS 7 to 10. There is a link to download the program in Wintoolkit. If you prefer to integrate all updates, you should find all you need with it. You'll just have to be patient, it may take some hours to integrate them (it takes 2-3 hours with the minimal list with my machine : Pentium I5,  SSD, and 8 GB of RAM). On the changelog of list you'll find all superseded and added updates since previous change.

Integrating all updates vs. only asked updates is just a question of opinion. I personly never encountered any problem since years with this method (with icare's list for Windows XP and mooms pack for 7).

The reasons including only needed updates are basically :

- Once installed, when your computer will connect to WU, only important updates will be installed (and some optional wil be proposed to you). If you prefer to choose the solution to integrate all updates, you'll have to go to M$ Download center each month to get them.

- Time saving (in my case, it's just a hobby for me and I'm very busy with my own work)

- A lot of updates are optional and the corrected bugs only affect a few people,

- Some updates are useless if you don't enable all Windows features (with my list you can download the important updates for these features)

- Since Windows 10 a lot of updates enable telemetry reports to M$, or prepare your machine to OS migration, even if you don't want to.

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@phaolo,

Please have a look in the Installers repack section of this forum. All of these programs can be integrated in "Silent installs + SFX" section of Wintoolkit with silent switches.

Thanks.

I need to ask you some more questions, however:

- do I really need to find (how?) the correct order to insert the KB patches? Isn't by number ok?

- are there detailed info about the "Tweaks"?

- do you know how could I slipstream USB3.0 drivers for Win7 on Skylake?

- please reply with the "Quote" button, bacause the "@" doesn't send any notification :P

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@phaolo,

Please have a look in the Installers repack section of this forum. All of these programs can be integrated in "Silent installs + SFX" section of Wintoolkit with silent switches.

Thanks.

I need to ask you some more questions, however:

- do I really need to find (how?) the correct order to insert the KB patches? Isn't by number ok?

- are there detailed info about the "Tweaks"?

- do you know how could I slipstream USB3.0 drivers for Win7 on Skylake?

- please reply with the "Quote" button, bacause the "@" doesn't send any notification :P

 

- No special order needed for KBs, except RunOnce updates and those marked as "z" in my list (need to be integrated in Silent installs + SFX section, because they are not integrable or need to be placed after some KBs). Normally Wintoolkit automatically detects prerequisite KBs, so you can integrate them in one shot.

- For the tweaks, have a look on the Wintoolkit forum section

- For the USB 3.0 drivers you have 2 possibilities : 1- use the tool provided by your manufacturer to integrate them in your updated ISO, or 2- integrate them in the driver section of Wintoolkit (I never used this section, so please check if it's able to integrate them in boot.win).

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[..]

- No special order needed [..] Normally Wintoolkit automatically detects prerequisite KB --> phew!

- For the tweaks, have a look on the Wintoolkit forum section --> ok

- For the USB 3.0 drivers you have 2 possibilities --> I'll check option1 or some Bios update

 

Thanks again! :)

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[..]

- No special order needed [..] Normally Wintoolkit automatically detects prerequisite KB --> phew!

- For the tweaks, have a look on the Wintoolkit forum section --> ok

- For the USB 3.0 drivers you have 2 possibilities --> I'll check option1 or some Bios update

 

Thanks again! :)

 

I've checked in Wintoolkit, it should work : select driver to integrate, once in the list, right click and select "toggle to boot.wim" option.

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Petit script pour se débarrasser des MAJ relatives à W10 et la télémétrie sur un système déjà installé.

Copiez ce qui suit dans un fichier texte, changez l'extension en .cmd et lancez-le.

Redémarrez et utilisez le fichier de rhahgleuhargh sur la 1ere page pour masquer ces MAJ et éviter qu'elle ne se réinstallent.

wusa /uninstall /kb:2952664 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:2990214 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3021917 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3035583 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3050265 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3065987 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3068708 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3075249 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3075851 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3080149 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3083324 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3083710 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3102810 /quiet /norestartwusa /uninstall /kb:3112343 /quiet /norestartpause

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[...]

I'm a bit confused about the files that need to be put in the SFX part.

 

From your list they are just these, right?

- IE11-Windows6.1-x64-en-us.exe

- WindowsXPMode_en-us.exe

- zWindows6.1-KB3042058-x64.msu

- HideW10KBs_Silent_SFX.exe (extracted and renamed)

 

But which silent switches? Order?

 

And do you know the same about these addons?

- aio_vcredist_x86_x64.exe

- netframework0461_fullslim_x86_x64.exe

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....

From your list they are just these, right?

- IE11-Windows6.1-x64-en-us.exe

- WindowsXPMode_en-us.exe

- zWindows6.1-KB3042058-x64.msu

- HideW10KBs_Silent_SFX.exe (extracted and renamed)

 

But which silent switches? Order?

.....

IE11 under updates, not SFX (have a look to post #982)

XP-Mode: same as IE11.

Thiersee

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[...]

I'm a bit confused about the files that need to be put in the SFX part.

 

From your list they are just these, right?

- IE11-Windows6.1-x64-en-us.exe

- WindowsXPMode_en-us.exe

- zWindows6.1-KB3042058-x64.msu

- HideW10KBs_Silent_SFX.exe (extracted and renamed)

 

But which silent switches? Order?

 

And do you know the same about these addons?

- aio_vcredist_x86_x64.exe

- netframework0461_fullslim_x86_x64.exe

 

@phaolo,

the zWindowsxxx.msi should be listed just after the other RunOnce KBs in Silent + SFX section of Wintoolkit. No silent switch needed, it's done automatically. If you integrate XP-Mode, the KB958559 (VirtualPC) needs to be integrated after the RunOnce updates. For the other SFX, no particular order, do what you want, but W10 script must be integrated in last. Silent switch for icare's SFX is "/Y", for the other it's "/ai" in most cases (without " "). No switch needed for W10 script.

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@phaolo,

the zWindowsxxx.msi should be listed just after the other RunOnce KBs in Silent + SFX section of Wintoolkit. No silent switch needed, it's done automatically. If you integrate XP-Mode, the KB958559 (VirtualPC) needs to be integrated after the RunOnce updates. For the other SFX, no particular order, do what you want, but W10 script must be integrated in last. Silent switch for icare's SFX is "/Y", for the other it's "/ai" in most cases (without " "). No switch needed for W10 script.

Problem:

- zWindows6.1-KB3042058-x64.msu is listed in the "Updates" section (without the "z"), not in SFX. (correct anyway?)

- the .exe files are nowhere to be seen.

 

Ok:

- Windows6.1-KB958559-x64-RefreshPkg.msu is listed in "Silent + SFX" (VirtualPC) like you said.

- thanks for the addons switches.

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....

- the .exe files are nowhere to be seen.

.....

You can switch between .msu/.cab and IE11/XP-Mode (*.exe) in the updates-selection-mask (have a look to post #982!);

you don't need switches for IE11 or XP-Mode: WTK puts the needed switches automatically in.

Thiersee

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You can switch between .msu/.cab and IE11/XP-Mode (*.exe) in the updates-selection-mask (have a look to post #982!);

 

How do I find that post?! :rtfm:

Anyway, If it means they have both been added, I'm good.

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You go 1 page back...

Thiersee

Oh crap, too late, I've already started the process.

I didn't notice the post number on the right.

 

Do I have to stop and restart now? :confused02:

EDIT: it has finished now. Can I add the .exes or is it too late?

 

Also, is it possible to automatically add my Windows key to the iso, so I don't have to write it manually?

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@phaolo,

the zWindowsxxx.msi should be listed just after the other RunOnce KBs in Silent + SFX section of Wintoolkit. No silent switch needed, it's done automatically. If you integrate XP-Mode, the KB958559 (VirtualPC) needs to be integrated after the RunOnce updates. For the other SFX, no particular order, do what you want, but W10 script must be integrated in last. Silent switch for icare's SFX is "/Y", for the other it's "/ai" in most cases (without " "). No switch needed for W10 script.

Problem:

- zWindows6.1-KB3042058-x64.msu is listed in the "Updates" section (without the "z"), not in SFX. (correct anyway?)

 

Please read the first post or the Read-me file. If you don't proceed correctly the different steps, you won't succeed.

Updates renamed with a "z" need to be integrated in Silent + SFX section because they are not integrable, or need to be integrated after some RunOnce updates ; they are marked because Wintoolkit needs to be updated to move them automatically as it does for the others.

If you have begin your integration you can stop and redo it, because it will occur some errors during ISO installation and you will have lost some hours.

If you integrate IE 11 updates before the IE 11 Setup.exe file, it won't work.

Yes you can enter your serial key during installation, you can even create an unattended file.

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Salut à tous :) !

 

J'aurais une question par rapport au w10.exe, permettant de masquer les mises à jour.

Voici ce que j'ai fais sur trois machines, dont deux très puissantes (config musclée + ssd), ayant déjà l'OS et les mises à jour installées :

 

- J'ai désactivé les mises à jour automatiques

- J'ai supprimé toutes les mises à jour de télémétrie

- J'ai redémarré le PC

- J'ai exécuté w10.exe

- J'ai redémarré une nouvelle fois

- J'ai réactivé les mises à jour automatique, et procédé à une vérification : tout est OK :).

 

Mon "problème", qui n'en est pas vraiment un, est que l'exécution de w10.exe dure très longtemps, parfois jusqu'à une heure (en prenant une énorme partie de la RAM, via un processus svchost qui s'accapare toute la mémoire qu'il trouve).

 

Quelqu'un pourrait / saurait me dire si c'est normal / pourquoi ça prend autant de temps pour "simplement" masquer des mises à jour :o ?

 

Merci ;) !

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Salut à tous :) !

 

J'aurais une question par rapport au w10.exe, permettant de masquer les mises à jour.

Voici ce que j'ai fais sur trois machines, dont deux très puissantes (config musclée + ssd), ayant déjà l'OS et les mises à jour installées :

 

- J'ai désactivé les mises à jour automatiques

- J'ai supprimé toutes les mises à jour de télémétrie

- J'ai redémarré le PC

- J'ai exécuté w10.exe

- J'ai redémarré une nouvelle fois

- J'ai réactivé les mises à jour automatique, et procédé à une vérification : tout est OK :).

 

Mon "problème", qui n'en est pas vraiment un, est que l'exécution de w10.exe dure très longtemps, parfois jusqu'à une heure (en prenant une énorme partie de la RAM, via un processus svchost qui s'accapare toute la mémoire qu'il trouve).

 

Quelqu'un pourrait / saurait me dire si c'est normal / pourquoi ça prend autant de temps pour "simplement" masquer des mises à jour :o ?

 

Merci ;) !

Salut,

Plusieurs personnes ont rapporté le fait que l'exécution du script était très longue. Lors de mes tests en machine virtuelle il met en général de 5 à 20 minutes, avec l'installateur de Wintoolkit. Je pense que c'est plus court lorsqu'on n'a jamais utilisé WU, comme c'est le cas lorsqu'on lance le script en fin d'installation de l'ISO.

L'occupation de 100% de la mémoire est un bug connu de WU, d'ailleurs cela a été corrigé avec l'une des mises à jour du client WU.... bloquée par le script car contenant des données de télémétrie !

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- J'ai exécuté w10.exe

......

- J'ai réactivé les mises à jour automatique, et procédé à une vérification : tout est OK :).

....

Sorry, but it does NOT make sense, because it will work until MS releases a newer version of an hidden update, like last week with KB3035583!

BTW, W10.exe needs on my VMs 10 min (x64) and 6-7 min (x86), started by WPI after Win installation; the VM becomes 4GB RAM assigned.

Thiersee

@rhahgleuhargh: can you please translate it in french? TNX!

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Traduction de Thiersee,

Désolé mais cela n'a aucun sens, parce que cela ne fonctionnera que jusqu'à ce que M$ sorte une nouvelle dversion de la mise à jour cachée, comme par ex KB3035583 la semaine dernière. Sur ma machine virtuelle W10.exe ne met que 10 min en x64 et 6 en x86 lorsque lancé par WPI après installation de Windows.

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Merci pour la traduction rhahgleuhargh :) !

Je comprends, mais le problème est le même pour tout le monde.

Cela dit, si j'ai activé à nouveau les mises à jour automatiques sur ces trois machines, c'est pour une bonne raison : ce ne sont pas les miennes !

Et comme ce sont des machines sur lesquelles je n'interviendrai sans doute plus, ou alors deux ou trois fois par an, je ne peux me permettre de laisser l'utilisateur (néophyte) faire le tri lors de chaque mise à jour :).

Je ne sais pas si j'ai été clair :).

Mais tu as raison, sur ma propre machine, bien évidemment je choisi manuellement les mises à jour à installer ;).

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