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

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Le Media Center je l'utilise pour regadrer la TV et mes films dans ma chambre avec une télécommande, c'est très pratique.

Oui, ces mises à jour te seront redemandées si tu les désinstalles, mais tu peux les désactiver manuellement (clic à droite, "masquer cette mise à jour" une fois que tu les as sur WU). Malheureusement il n'y a pas de script à ce jour pour pouvoir le faire automatiquement...

 

J'utilise l'application de SFR moi ^^ J'ai renommé le dossier GWX dans system32 et aucun problème :) Je vais tester par le registre !

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Hello Thiersee,

I made a test on my last VM with these updates, only old KB2952664 is cleaned. I'm not sure if KB2990214 and KB3022345 are superseeded.

After uninstalling these updates : only KB2990214 is asked.

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@tous,

Concernant les 3 mises à jour optionnelles restantes KB3048761 (bug lorsque de multiples fenêtres sont ouvertes en même temps), KB3050265 (mise à jour WU client qui corrige un bug sur les configurations à faible quantité de mémoire vive disponible et permet de faciliter la migration vers Windows 10), et KB3054476 (amélioration de performance pour les applications utilisant le pilote stream.sys).

Voulez-vous que je les ajoute dans les ULs (composants optionnels) ?

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FWY & FWIW :)
 
Here's an opinion about KB3068708, from over at MSFN: ( The post is about Win8, but this KB applies to Win7 as well. )
 

KB3068708

  • This update introduces the Diagnostics and Telemetry tracking service...
  • [snip]
  • This kind of update helps the overall application experience on Windows, by improving the current operating system for upgrade to the latest version of Windows.
  • [snip]
Given that I want to keep this system ... until I deem it time to "upgrade", and I'm not at all interested in having Microsoft collect telemetry from me to help THEM, it's pretty clear I will be hiding ... KB3068708.

Do with it what you will.

Cheers and Regards

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@bphlpt,

I totally agree with these arguments. The pb is that if you don't hide immediatelly these Windows 10 related updates (some are optional but the others are important) at first reboot, they will beautomatically installed (that occured in my machine).

It seems that it's now needed to create a new category related to Windows 10 upgrade, and keep in the ULs the KBs superseeded by these updates so everybody will be happy. The difficulty will be to add a script to hide these updates after first reboot for those who don't want to upgrade, maybe with the VBS script of moom's post.

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There is another "problem" regarding KB3068708: its now a prerequisite for IE11!

See the answer of abbodi to my question on MDL (posts #9998 & #9999).

This optional update is a prerequisite for IE 11 only if you install it and if you don't install KB3022345 (important update). If this one is present you can install IE 11.

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This optional update is a prerequisite for IE 11 only if you install it and if you don't install KB3022345 (important update). If this one is present you can install IE 11.

It means leave KB3022345 alive and hide KB3068708.....;).

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I'll try to contact the author of the script to get his agreement to modify it for these updates, and add it in the first post or in the ULs. But since my account is no more available in MSFN forum, so it can take some time !

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I don't think you need an extra-permission, it is already in the script:

 

 

' You may freely use this script as long as you copy it complete and it remains the same except for adjusting hideupdates.

This is exactly what I did.

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This optional update is a prerequisite for IE 11 only if you install it and if you don't install KB3022345 (important update). If this one is present you can install IE 11.

It means leave KB3022345 alive and hide KB3068708..... ;).

 

...or you can do what I've done: remove & hide both 3022345 & 3068708 (both causing sfc scannow recurring "unfixable" errors) and keep KB304599 & KB2882822 (IE prereq)

 

 

Si. (c'est du VBS).

Par contre ça ne fonctionne que sur un système installé et en ligne à priori.

The script works like a charm!

 

Should be okay from reading the script's comment header:

 

' Original Mike.Moore Dec 17, 2012 on answers.microsoft but when ran it Hide everything so no good.

' Link to script: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/163162-hide-bing-desktop-and-other-windows-updates/

' You may freely use this script as long as you copy it complete and it remains the same except for adjusting hideupdates.

' If I need to change something then let me know so all may benefit.

I've been using this script for more than a year now, it usually takes about 3 minutes to run & works every time; here's my latest:

' Maxpsoft May 30, 2013, 9:34:15 PM' 06/18/2013 Add extra for Bing Desktop v1.3' 06/28/2013 Updated to continue searching as long as it is finding something otherwise Quit'' Original Mike.Moore Dec 17, 2012 on answers.microsoft but when ran it Hide everything so no good.' Link to script: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/163162-hide-bing-desktop-and-other-windows-updates/' You may freely use this script as long as you copy it complete and it remains the same except for adjusting hideupdates.' If I need to change something then let me know so all may benefit.Dim WSHShell, StartTime, ElapsedTime, strUpdateName, strAllHiddenDim Checkagain 'Find more keep going otherwise QuitDim hideupdates(24) 'TO ADD 1 EDIT THE (#) AND ADD another hideupdates(#)hideupdates(0) = "Silverlight"hideupdates(1) = "Microsoft Security Essentials"hideupdates(2) = "KB2506928"hideupdates(3) = "KB2545698"hideupdates(4) = "KB2660075"hideupdates(5) = "KB2761217"hideupdates(6) = "KB2773072"hideupdates(7) = "KB2843630"hideupdates(8) = "KB2846960"hideupdates(9) = "KB2876229"hideupdates(10) = "KB2891804"hideupdates(11) = "KB2893519"hideupdates(12) = "KB2952664"hideupdates(13) = "KB2977728"hideupdates(14) = "KB2990214"hideupdates(15) = "KB3006121"hideupdates(16) = "KB3006137"hideupdates(17) = "KB3006625"hideupdates(18) = "KB3013531"hideupdates(19) = "KB3020369"hideupdates(20) = "KB3021917"hideupdates(21) = "KB3035583"hideupdates(22) = "KB3045645"hideupdates(23) = "KB3048761"hideupdates(24) = "KB3050265"Set WSHShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")StartTime = Timer 'Start the TimerSet updateSession = CreateObject("Microsoft.Update.Session")updateSession.ClientApplicationID = "MSDN Sample Script"Set updateSearcher = updateSession.CreateUpdateSearcher()Set searchResult = updateSearcher.Search("IsInstalled=0 and Type='Software' and IsHidden=0")Checkagain = "True"For K = 0 To 10 'Bing Desktop has 4, Silverlight has 5

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@tous,

Reupload des ULs, les mises à jour pour la migration vers Windows 10 sont mises à présent dans leur propre catégorie.

Ajout du script pour les cacher (à lancer en dernier en Runonce, il est silencieux par défaut et lance WU en fin de script). Vous pouvez fabriquer un fichier auto-extractible.

Les nouvelles mises à jour  à lancer en RunOnce sont renommées avec un z devant pour vous aider à les repérer, en attendant que Wintoolkit fasse le tri tout seul lors d'une prochaine mise à jour.

Ajout de KB3048761 et KB3054476 dans les mises à jour additionnelles.

J'ai laissé KB3022345 (importante) dans la catégorie "Updates" et placé KB3068708 (optionnelle) dans la catégorie W10. Pour ceux qui installent les mises à jour en vue d'une migration vers W10, KB3022345 est inutile.

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@Pink_Freud,

I keep in mind your very good idea about keeping KB304599 & KB2882822 instead of KB3022345 or KB3068708. I'll make some tests later, I have no time now.

Perhaps SFC problems will be corrected at the next Patch tuesday.

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The script to hide W10-KBs seems not to work (error-message during WTK-RunOnce Installer), if put under SFX+Silent Installers.

If started after the installation (reboot) works.

 

Thiersee

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@Thiersee,

I made a SFX file with Winrar, I'll test it for the next Update patch.

I made it too, but I got the error!

If I run it manually or in WPI after the reboot, no problem.

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OK, good to know ! I'll think about a SFX that makes the computer reboot and launch the .vbs script. Too much complicated for my level !

Or it will be more easy to interest to WPI...

The possibility to set a reboot-routine under WTK-SFX-Installer and then reenter the PC in the WTK-RunOnce-Installer is a very, very old request from me to Lego....

 

Edit:

 

if you are using WPI you don't need to make a SFX-installer: put de script in the "%wpipath% (folder Install) and set it to execute before the WPI-installation begins under "Options/Tools"

 

It works just tested

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