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Microsoft Core XML Services 4.0 SP3 + 6.0 SP2 (Silent Installer)
 
Includes:
Microsoft Core XML Services 4.0 (SP3 integrated/x86 Only)
Microsoft Core XML Services 6.0 (x86/x64/ia64/SDK [English Only])
Microsoft Core XML Services 6.0 SP2 (x86/x64/ia64)
 
Download: ZSFX_MSXML_FULL_V100_ENGLISH.7z (English!)
Size: 13,5 MB (14.237.611 bytes)
MD5: 6A970DD62203AE06FFE792250E1CB532
 
Download: ZSFX_MSXML_FULL_V100_GERMAN.7z (Deutsch!)
Size: 9,48 MB (9.947.254 bytes)
MD5: 67DC78CA6715247A2D2F560B42C6C4F0
 
Changelog: (Created by ME, Zer0)


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v1.0.0 (20.08.14)


 
Thank you Kelsenellenelvian for your very smart tutorial!
If you have any issues or suggestions, please let me know!
Have fun! Greez BrokenZer0

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