The Microsoft DirectX® End-User Runtime provides updates to 9.0c and previous versions of DirectX — the core Windows® technology that drives high-speed multimedia and games on the PC. read more.
Info: The addon will Slipstream DirectX runtimes into the windows image as Pre-Installed
OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 - x86 / x64
Size: 13.13 MB
MD5 : 19d9de7038fc9f869e3126f20a785785
Size: 27.83 MB
MD5 : 78797de2739070bbc6329bc52a75d440
Note: on Windows 8/8.1/10 you need first to enable .NET Framework 3.5 feature
Microsoft DirectX end-user Redistributable (June 2010)
Supported operating systems: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2012/2008+R2/2003 SP1+, Windows XP SP2+
Size: 90.7 MB
Hi, since around 1.5 half years i am integrating Updates into our Windows Image at our Company. However i have noticed that even when all the latest Updates are integrated after installing the OS it shows a few ".NET Framework" Updates that couldn't be integrated (see Attachment). A year ago it were only around 10, now around 15. So its getting more and more, it hinders the usfulness of the Slipstreaming process a bit.
Did anyone of you find a way to integrate this pesky ".NET" Updates into the Image?
Thanks for the help.
...since the home server(?) at http://testing.wintoolkit.co.uk/ is down, or acting weird, quite often. And it again. And it appears that no one else mirrors your 0.56MB application anywhere, ever. Currently, all your links are broken, and I've been hunting all over the internet for the last three hours for a way to find it. In fact, this is a big enough issue that the fourth of four Google results for "2.0.5860.25216.7z" is a pretty damn convincing, and extremely nasty malware trap: http://solari.victus-rpg.com/showthread.php?tid=84314 . I just spent the last 45 minutes wrestling control of my computer back from that beast. The only other v2.x one can find on the internet is at http://www.datafilehost.com/d/2b73ce8b, which was uploaded in another wincert.net thread a few months back when a similar thing was happening, but it is the older 2.0.5651.42757, which no longer runs due to a built-in expiration date.
So, yeah. A mirror would be good; and in the mean time, anyone have a copy of 2.0.5860.25216.7z laying around?
Thanks, your friend,
Geoff (or, I guess, "f483755" today)
Sunday 17th January 2011 2:18pm