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

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Bonjour,

 

dans la liste x86 du 11 Mar, j'ai l'impression qu'il manque les 2 mises à jour RDP 7 pour ceux qui n'ont que faire du 8.1 : KB3005788 et KB3005788.

 

De plus, dans mon cas, Deep Clean supprime la KB2732500.

 

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@icare,

j'ai la liste sur moi, KB3019978 et KB3005788 y sont bien présentes. Tu devrais les trouver dans la 3ème catégorie. Je jetterai un oeil chez moi sur WUD pour voir s'il n'y a pas de bug.

Pour KB2732500 j'ai du zapper de la retirer, je m'en occupe tout à l'heure !

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Bonjour,

 

@rhahgleuhargh,

 

autant pour moi, je n'avais pas vu la catégorie.

Pour la KB2732500, je pense qu'elle n'est pas supprimée par Deep Clean en x64.

 

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The 5.2 MB is KB3023607, it's bundled with both updates

 

deepclean removes superseded updates correctly

 

WU is the one requesting superseded updates, it's a total mess in Windows 7

 

Yes it is  a mess, integrated KB3023607 into ISO & WU is satisfied. Run deepclean & it removes KB3023607 :dizzy: ... WU then asks for KB3032359/KB3021952 (5.2mb ea)... install, run deepclean, removes KB3023607 :ranting: ...rinse, repeat... :help:

2015-03-12 09:31:26, Info                  CBS    Adding: Package_for_KB3023607~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.1.02015-03-12 09:31:31, Info                  CBS    DC: Package_for_KB3023607~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.1.0: unique components: 58 Size: 20.54 MB (21,538,670 bytes)2015-03-12 09:31:31, Info                  CBS    Total size of superseded packages: 20.54 MB (21,538,670 bytes)

EDIT: If I choose to hide KB3032359/KB3021952 (5.2mb ea), WU then asks for KB3008923  :huh: ...

Edited by Pink_Freud

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@rhahgleuhargh

Mine continually removes KB3023607... going to try adding 3607 via setupcomplete.cmd & see what happens.

 

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@Pink_Freud,

Argh, finally it's the same pb for me, 2 parts of the 2 IE11 KBs asked after deep-clean and reboot...

No solution until next patch tuesday...

@Extended,

You may ask why there are more updates in your live Windows after installation than the number of integrated KBs ? it's due to the fact that Windows 7 ISO includes some updates after SP1 pack.

Edited by rhahgleuhargh

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@wela,

Thx for the info. :prop:

KB3000483 was released in february update patch, and surprisingly was not proposed by WU, but KB3004375-V3 was (and is in the ULs).

I checked in WU catalog, you're right, these KBs are linked together, and KB2536276 is superseeded.

I'll make some tests tomorrow (uninstall KB2536276, check WU, then install KB3000483). If all is OK, I'll modify ULs.

 

EDIT : uninstalled KB2536276 --> reasked by WU after reboot ; installed KB3000483 : no more update asked after reboot. ULs reuploaded.

 

@tous : réupload des ULs : KB3000483 de février dernier remplace KB2536276. Pour ceux qui avaient déjà remis à jour les listes, ce n'est pas un changement majeur, cette mise à jour n'était pas proposée par WU, mais elle remplace pourtant bien la précédente !

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Hi

There is a new update. kb 3000483, it comes with kb3004375-v3 by download from update catalog und replace

kb 2536276-v2.

 

Good catch. :)

 

@wela,

Thx for the info.

KB3000483 was released in february update patch, and surprisingly was not proposed by WU, but KB3004375-V3 was (and is in the ULs).

I checked in WU catalog, you're right, these KBs are linked together, and KB2536276 is superseeded.

I'll make some tests tomorrow (uninstall KB2536276, check WU, then install KB3000483). If all is OK, I'll modify ULs.

 

I just installed KB3000483, deepclean asks remove KB2536276:

 

2015-03-13 19:27:52, Info                  CBS    Adding: Package_for_KB2536276~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.2.12015-03-13 19:28:25, Info                  CBS    DC: Package_for_KB2536276~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.2.1: unique components: 12 Size: 1.16 MB (1,218,356 bytes)

I did not remove via deepclean (due to problem above with 3023607 lol) but uninstalled it, rebooted & WU came back clean :)

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@Pink_Freud,

I did a deep-clean : I confirm that KB2536276 is removed, and you know what ? your friend KB3023607 :ranting: I'm going to have a new round with parts of KB3032359 and KB3021952 at next startup...

Edited by rhahgleuhargh

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@Pink_Freud,

I did a deep-clean : I confirm that KB2536276 is removed, and you know what ? your friend KB3023607 :ranting: I'm going to have a new round with parts of KB3032359 and KB3021952 at next startup...

 

Lol... I think I found a solution to our KB3023607 problem...

 

Capture_zpsw3z1ddyy.png

 

:P

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Hi rhahgleurargh,

 

I spent my sunday testing and testing and testing.....

 

I integrated only update from your UL on bot x64 and x86; results:

 

x64, deep clean still uninstalls KB3023607; after that WU asks for KB3032359/3021952 (both 5.2 MB); after reinstalling this two updates the history of installed updates shows KB3023607 installed.

 

x86, deep clean still uninstalls KB3023607 (as x64), but this is not enough! Deep clean uninstalls KB3004375 and KB3031432 too!

Reinstalling only KB3004375 WU does not ask for KB3031432 again.

 

I found this thread in another forum, where a user means Deep clean deletes some information that normally tells windows that a update is installed.

 

BTW, do you still have the ULs from january and february? Can you post them? Thanks a lot.

 

Thiersee

Edited by Thiersee

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@Pink_Freud,

I did a deep-clean : I confirm that KB2536276 is removed, and you know what ? your friend KB3023607 :ranting: I'm going to have a new round with parts of KB3032359 and KB3021952 at next startup...

 

Lol... I think I found a solution to our KB3023607 problem...

 

Capture_zpsw3z1ddyy.png

 

:P

 

You should reserve your "solution" for Microsoft, not for your poor computer :ranting: ....

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@Thiersee,

No, I have deleted them. I just keep old links in a separate file.

I didn't encounter this bug with my real x86 machines (only IE updates).

KB3004375 is in UL (february).

Here is the link for the other :

 

<update id="KB3031432" category="1" publishdate="2015-02-10" article="http://support.microsoft.com/kb/3031432">
    <title>KB3031432 - MAJ pour Windows 7 SP1</title>
    <description>Une vulnérabilité dans Microsoft Windows pourrait permettre une augmentation de privilèges.</description>
    <filename>Windows6.1-KB3031432-x86.msu</filename>
    <url>http://download.microsoft.com/download/0/C/5/0C540274-42D4-4868-8261-5A94D1EEDDDF/Windows6.1-KB3031432-x86.msu</url>
  </update>

 

Microsoft seems to have done a great job this month; I won't do a deep-clean until next update patch...

I won't be at home until the end of the week, so no ability to test anything.

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@Thiersee,

No, I have deleted them. I just keep old links in a separate file.

I didn't encounter this bug with my real x86 machines (only IE updates).

KB3004375 is in UL (february).

....

OK, thanks.

 

DO anyone still have the old UL (january, february) and can post them?

 

Thiersee

 

Edit:

 

I got the old UL I need on my backup-HDD ;). Thank you anyway.

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@Thiersee,

Just ran a deep-clean on my real x86 machine before I left : KB3004375 is not deleted (was installed last month), just IE 11 update. WU history doesn't show anything except the 2 reinstallations of IE 11 parts, due to the fact that I ran 2 deep-cleans this WE.

This Windows 7pro x86 was installed 2 months ago, and I just removed manually KB2536276 and installed KB3000483 this WE.

Good luck for your research, I'll read the forum friday !

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