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[14 janvier 2020] Update list GDR pour Windows 7 SP1 x86/x64 (Fr-En-De-Es-It)


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guys thanks again for this "wealth" of links, tools, info etc. unfortunately it comes with me asking some nubie questions. I try to figure things out first by reading what you guys are doing and the info you trade back and forth among yourselves. I made a new win 7 iso, experimenting, and tried using that deep clean msu you provided. while in my vm after the iso install I ran the deep clean msu and it said it was not for my version of windows. I am using win 7_64 and the _64 deep clean msu. is there a pre-requisite or something else I'm missing?

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12 minutes ago, pennsylvaniaron said:

..... and tried using that deep clean msu you provided. while in my vm after the iso install I ran the deep clean msu and it said it was not for my version of windows. I am using win 7_64 and the _64 deep clean msu. is there a pre-requisite or something else I'm missing?

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You don't need an extra-msu to do a deep clean!

Either you goes on Start, Search for "cleanmgr.exe" and start it or you go on "Computer", right-click on your System Drive (usually C:) and select "Properties", then click on the "Button" (I think in english is "Clean").

Thiersee

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... and you'll find the log file in C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\Deep-clean.log.

Cleaned updates are usually at the end of the file. Just be carefull, KB2685811 and KB2685813 seem to be cleaned, but in fact they doesn't (only a part of them, so they still need to be integrated in your ISO).

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42 minutes ago, rhahgleuhargh said:

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Just be carefull, KB2685811 and KB2685813 seem to be cleaned, but in fact they doesn't (only a part of them, so they still need to be integrated in your ISO).

And exactly this is the reason, because I do not integrate them, I install them later ;).

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4 hours ago, pennsylvaniaron said:

...I made a new win 7 iso, experimenting, and tried using that deep clean msu you provided. while in my vm after the iso install I ran the deep clean msu and it said it was not for my version of windows. I am using win 7_64 and the _64 deep clean msu. is there a pre-requisite or something else I'm missing?

regards...

KB2852386 has been superseded by KB3125574.

 

OOPS! I just realized KB3125574 is the Convenience Rollup, please disregard.

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what was (is) confusing is that mooms put a link to kb2852386 which is a deep cleaning msu. the link says its an ADD-ON. so does this go somewhere into WTK when making an updated ISO? when I ran it as a stand-alone after iso installation it says it was not compatible with my system after about a 15 second check...

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@pennsylvaniaron

KB2852386 is an update that adds the Deep-clean feature in Win 7. It's included in the Convenience Rollup pack too. The only thing you have to do is to integrate in WTK the Convenience pack, or this update (present in ULs, WHD list, and the Simplix pack, depending the method you choose to add updates), and the functionnality will be implemented.

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@rhahgleuhargh

June-Rollup KB3161608 released and offered by WU

http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/19461-Windows-7-Hotfix-repository/page1061?p=1240038

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A DeepClean should uninstall (MDL-article) KB3042058 and KB3139940, but:

1) KB3042058 has NOT been installed on ALL the test installations (with Convenience Rollup Pack!) I made in the last days, even if it was in the list to be installed.

2) KB3139940 is in the UL only for the classic way to install.

In my working PC (installed middle of april) are both installed.

Thiersee

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KB3139940         superseded - (Only classic list)
KB3042058         superseded x64 only (Only classic list)

KB3139923-v2        superseded Classic & Convenience List (Uninstalled & Tested - WU not requested)
KB3153171             superseded Classic & Convenience List  (Uninstalled & Tested - WU not requested)

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Juste pour être sûr d'avoir bien compris...

Si on utilise le Convenience Rollup, on se retrouve avec la télémétrie installée ?

Y'a pas moyen de désactiver l'intégration de tel ou tel update dans le rollup ?

Du coup, si on est soucieux de la vie privée, faut continuer de tout faire à la main ?

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10 hours ago, Thiersee said:

You are right, but as RunOnce; may be it's not necessary if KB3125574 will be used.

I'll take it fro my "RunOnce Package".

Since you put KB3020369 in prerequisite section, this update can be installed offline. The only reason I've put it in RunOnce section, is that it needs to be integrated/installed after KB3020369.

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9 hours ago, rastamanx said:

Juste pour être sûr d'avoir bien compris...

Si on utilise le Convenience Rollup, on se retrouve avec la télémétrie installée ?

Y'a pas moyen de désactiver l'intégration de tel ou tel update dans le rollup ?

Du coup, si on est soucieux de la vie privée, faut continuer de tout faire à la main ?

Salut,

Oui, 3 composants de mise à jour de télémétrie sont installés avec le Convenience Rollup (KB3068708, KB3075249 et KB3080149). Il n'est pas possible de les désinstaller, mais tu peux par contre désactiver les services de télémétrie de Windows. Il me semble que quelqu'un en a parlé récemment sur le forum, si je retrouve le post je te le fais suivre.

Tu peux continuer à choisir la méthode classique pour installer les mises à jour, cela fonctionne toujours. Le Convenience Rollup est plus pratique (une cinquantaine de mises à jour à intégrer au lieu de plus de 200) et te fait gagner de l'espace disque après installation (1,5 Go d'occupation disque en moins en x86 d'après mes tests).

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10 hours ago, X-Force said:

KB3139940         superseded - (Only classic list)
KB3042058         superseded x64 only (Only classic list)

KB3139923-v2        superseded Classic & Convenience List (Uninstalled & Tested - WU not requested)
KB3153171             superseded Classic & Convenience List  (Uninstalled & Tested - WU not requested)

99% of chance that KB3161608 will become important at next Patch Tuesday. So I'll put it in the Common updates category. I'll upload updated ULs later today.

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56 minutes ago, rhahgleuhargh said:

Since you put KB3020369 in prerequisite section, this update can be installed offline. The only reason I've put it in RunOnce section, is that it needs to be integrated/installed after KB3020369.

What I mean is:

I "installed" KB3042058 offline and I did not get some errors, but now proofing the installed updates (windows) I did not find it, it has not been installed, so DeepClean couldn't uninstall it.

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@Thiersee

OK. So you tried to install it with your own RunOnce package. I didn't put it in the Convenience Updates category since it wasn't asked by WU.

Updated ULs uploaded. I don't know if this june rollup superseeds old WU client .cabs and WU client update KB3138612, so I left them in the list. There is no info about KB3161608 yet in WU Catalog website.

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11 minutes ago, rhahgleuhargh said:

@Thiersee

OK. So you tried to install it with your own RunOnce package. I didn't put it in the Convenience Updates category since it wasn't asked by WU.

.....

Exactly, and because it wasn't asked by WU and I didn't get errors I thought it's installed and all is OK...

It's good too, one update less in my package :D.

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