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Hi jgtoy, the file OnePiece_Windows_XP_Post-SP3_UpdatePack_v7.3.0_ENU_9B898D63D04647BA1D0B898F43D51E3A.7z will have to have Hash MD5 9B898D63D04647BA1D0B898F43D51E3A as written in the name of the file itself, try downloading it again (maybe download gone wrong) or download it from MEGA

 

Ciao.

Yes! I am trying to download it from MEGA right now but for a reason I don't know why it stops at 50%. 

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Hi jgtoy, just downloaded now from Google Drive and is all OK, maybe you have problems with your internet connection

 

Ciao.

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Hi jgtoy, just downloaded now from Google Drive and is all OK, maybe you have problems with your internet connection

 

Ciao.

 

I finally managed to finish the download from MEGA and the MD5 did match this time.

Thank you for your support :prop:

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OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v7.3.0 ENU

tabdownload.png Update (9 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (9 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (9 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (9 October 2013)

Hash MD5 9B898D63D04647BA1D0B898F43D51E3A

Filesize: 223 MB (234434404 bytes)

This XP post-SP3 All-in-One Update Pack differs from Ryan's One, which is more customizable to your needs, as it includes by default more stuff like IE8, DX updates, all .NETs or WMP11 for an easier integration, along with official and nearly all request-only hotfixes (RyanVM's Update Pack is more selective with request-only hotfixes, which is fine): all in a few MBs and integrated in native "true" mode.

Onepiece's XP Update Pack can be used along with Nlite 1.4.9.1 or RVM Integrator 1.6.1 b2.1 on a clean (untouched) XP SP3 ENU source.

From v3.5.1 XP post-SP3 AIO UpdatePack can be integrated in a XP MCE 2005 SP3 source.

Please don't ask for inclusions or exclusions: if you like a different configuration use one of the existing vanilla XP UpdatePacks with your preferred addons and you'll get your own XP disc without the need to remove anything.

However if you don't like all the additional stuff included in OnePiece's XP Update Pack, you can easily uninstall some of them from Windows Components Wizard after windows setup.

Then you can use a Run window to totally delete the components from your live system, typing this command:

rundll32.exe advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection OPMWXPUP.inf,%Optional Components NAME%.CleanUp

Other supported switches are HIDE (removes the component from Windows Component Wizard list) and SHOW (shows the component in Windows Component Wizard list):

http://img202.images...86/cattura3.png

http://img8.imagesha...20/cattura4.png

http://img44.imagesh...21/cattura5.png

Alternatively, you can also disable their installation listing the one you don't like to install (but not .net 2.0!) in a Winnt.sif file (see also here), under [components] section, with an "= off" by their side. For example, if you want to disable installation of Windows Desktop Search you will add this string:

 

[Components]...WDSearch = off...

All the Winnt.sif optional components codes are shown below. List only those you want to disable!

 

BitLockerToGo = BitLocker To Go ReaderBrowserChoice = Browser ChoiceDirectX = DirectX Post-SP3 UpdateICCDSCD = Windows Feature Pack for StorageIMAPI2 = Image Mastering APIMDX = DirectX Managed CodeMSXML4 = MSXML 4.0 SP3 Parser (KB2721691)MU = Microsoft UpdateNETFX30 = Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 Service Pack 2NETFX35 = Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1NETFX40 = Microsoft .NET Framework 4PowerShell = Windows PowerShellPowerShellISE = Windows PowerShell ISESilverlight = Microsoft SilverlightWDSearch = Windows Desktop SearchWgaNotify = Windows Genuine Advantage NotificationsWinRM = Windows Remote Management (WS-Management)WRMC = Windows Rights Management Client
  • Or, again, you can remove them from XP source after UpdatePack integration. Simply extract one or more of the small RVM-only addons from this suite and run a single new RVM-i integration session for every one of them on your updated source (updated 2010-05-13):

    OnePiece Remove AddOn

    tabdownload.png Update (15 September 2013)

    tabdownload.png Update (15 September 2013)

    tabdownload.png Update (15 September 2013)

    tabdownload.png Update (15 September 2013)

    tabdownload.png Update (15 September 2013)

    Hash MD5 DA14C86613DE03A83CA0833759E8FC64

    Filesize: 17.1 KB (17532 bytes)

    NB *"REMOVE" addons are RVMIntegrator-only!! the entries.ini removal values are not supported by Nlite.

    ** Please note also that, due to a RVMi limitation, Removal Addons could break XP setup if integrated in the source at once in the same RVMi session: you must run your regular integration with Nlite or RVMi then, before making the .iso, one or more additional sessions of RVMi to finish off your source with the desired removal addon.

    ***OnePiece_Remove_Windows_Management_Framework_Core_AddOn.cab removes all single WinMFC components. So if you use it, you don't need to add:

    OnePiece_Remove_WinMFC(PowerShellv2)_AddOn.cab

    OnePiece_Remove_WinMFC(PowerShellISE)_AddOn.cab

    OnePiece_Remove_WinMFC(WinRM)_AddOn.cab

    to your integration list

    Let's recap! the right order is:

    Run RVMi and integrate Update Pack - rerun RVMi and integrate first Removal addon - rerun RVMi and integrate second Removal addon - ... - rerun RVMi and integrate last Removal addon - rerun RVMi and integrate your preferred SW - make the .iso.

    Integration side effects (not UpdatePack bugs):

    • setuperr.log will point out harmless error messages about some IE files like imgutil.dll, inetcpl.cpl, inseng.dll, mshtml.dll, msrating.dll, pngfilt.dll, occache.dll, webcheck.dll (caused by the patched Syssetup.dll used for integration and then restored with the original one). If you don't tolerate it you can integrate in addition Onepiece Repair IE8 cosmetic problems addon which does nothing else than cleaning those false errors in your setuperr.log file. Please note that in some rare configurations the integration of this "repair" addon could cause issues, so we don't suggest to use it.

      OnePiece Repair IE8 Cosmetic Problems AddOn

      tabdownload.png Updated (March 27-2009)

      Hash MD5 5C7AF8CA9F637C993F4AEEFFB63F39ED

      Filesize: 1.28 Kb

    • There's an incompatibility of new msi installer official release KB981669 with a single app of Windows Live suite, Photogallery. Microsoft hasn't fixed it yet so if you need that specific app you must revert to very old KB967756 using this addon by 5eraph.

      If you don't want to loose the new version, there's also a temporary workaround for working systems that allows you to install Photogallery in an updated XP

What's inside Onepiece's XP Update Pack: Hotfixes List

What's new in latest release: Changelog

 

Here you can find complete mirrors, including prerelease versions

All credits are in entries.ini file: however many, many thanks especially to RyanVM, Nuhi, Siginet and Xable.

 

 

Hi OnePiece,

 

You know Turkish section of this form is almost death. I want to apply your work to my Turkish xp cd. And the question is what is the best and simplest way of it.

 

Thank you in advance for your interest and relevance.

 

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Hi Detay, here UpdatePack created during the demonstration in the video tutorial above

 

 

OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v7.3.0 TRK

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

Hash MD5 32D908EDFAA860BEA5CEDA91467C2BFB

Filesize: 225 MB (235965067 bytes)

 

OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v7.3.0 DEU

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

Hash MD5 D59B37578EDACFA6AA0DABBBB7BB4386

Filesize: 225 MB (236387604 bytes)

 

Ciao.

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Hi Detay, here UpdatePack created during the demonstration in the video tutorial above

 

 

OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v7.3.0 TRK

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

Hash MD5 32D908EDFAA860BEA5CEDA91467C2BFB

Filesize: 225 MB (235965067 bytes)

 

OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v7.3.0 DEU

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

tabdownload.png Update (19 October 2013)

Hash MD5 D59B37578EDACFA6AA0DABBBB7BB4386

Filesize: 225 MB (236387604 bytes)

 

Ciao.

 

 

 

is not it too big for sp3???

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No, it isn't, is very small instead.
you must consider it includes not only around 550Mb (before "slimming down") of hotfixes/updates/files but also IE8, WMP11, DirectX update, Silverlight, all DotNets, PowerShell, Windows Desktop Search and so on. And even if every component is ready to be installed in true mode, without installer and useless files, there's a lot of stuff inside Onepiece's ALL-IN-ONE updatepacks.

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Hello everybody. I'm a bit emotional writing to you for the first time.

 

I'm an italian guy who's been making his own XP setups since, well, almost since xp came out.

 

I recently switched to OnePiece AIO update pack with good satisfaction, because it's very well made.

But I think I found a bug, a small glitch which becomes a big pita for my way of doing things.

 

I'm used at installing many different copies of XP on my machines (as a backup/testing/whatever).

(It just needs some lines changed in the sif and creating folders with placeholder files in the $OEM$)

 

I have two ways of installng Xp.

 

First: from a cd (or cd image mounted in a vm) - the usual "press any key to start windows setup..."

 

Second: from whitin a running XP I run a batch with 

cd i386\winnt32.exe /Dudisable /unattend:winnt.sif

in a folder with the same contents of the cd (or even the cd itself, but using that command line).

 

Well these two methods have alway been equivalent for many years (except for performance) but now they don't work the same at all any longer.

 

Sorry for the long introduction.

The big problem is that f I install XP from a folder (with the batch, no cd "press any key") Terminal Services don't get installed, and also I get "Setup cannot copy the file NetFx11.inf" during textmode file copy section.

Thera may be other problems, I can't tell, but TS alone is paramount. (DotNet 1.1 doesn't get installed anyway)

 

I think the problem is a filename casing mismatch between some inf and the files themselfes.

I'm pretty sure about this because my experience:

I once produced a cd with all filenames UPPERCASED and setup kept givin me this error. Turned off the option and all went back to normality.

Therefore I know for sure that even if the files are correctly cased on the cd (joliet fs) the textmode part of the setup can read only the lowecased ones. To be precise textmode reads only the 8.3 filenames wich are not cased the same as the Joliet filenames.

 

I think the other way is perfectly clear: a file is lowercased in the inf and gets read correctly when it's on the cd BECAUSE the cd driver of the textmode reports ONLY lowercased 8.3 names. BUT if the file is on a NTFS folder it gets read in a different way and setup doesn't find it.

Yes, we all now that Windows filename casing is not sensitive in general, but I'm talking of just the textmode of the setup.

 

Please please please pretty please, could you put an eye into it? Telling me that I'm not crazy would be great, but fixing this would be great and VERY MUCH appreciated :)

 
PS I do my Xp setups with Nlite and VirtualBox among other things.
My conclusion about the cd / folder question is not a matter of guessing: I've been able to reproduce it right now both in a vm and in physical.
I'm ready to make any test you want, and to translate all this stuff in Italian if needed.
I never learnt how to make addons myself but I'm going to check myself if I can find any proof of the case mismatch.
 
With hope
Thank yoy

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Hi Cyberchicken, Why use Update Pack ENU?, you can explain everything in  Italian here http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/3590-onepieces-windows-xp-post-sp3-update-pack-italian/

 

Ciao.

I prefer using all my software in english, traslations sucks and make debugging harder.

 

Actually never saw the italian thread in these years; I also use google in english :)

Do you think I *should* translate or just that I might if I want?

 

BTW I left off many details, but just ask! I'm using the last AIO

 

Thank you for the prompt response (and for the addons!!!) :)

 

PS I scanned the entries.ini and I found no discrepancies in file name casing but I might be wrong. It could be in some other inf.

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the last modification of XP UpdatePack dates back a long time ago and it's the same so far, only old files has been changed with newer one.

So if something worked with older pack, it must work also with the latest.

I suggest you to PM directly Onepiece (in italian) for an accurate answer

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the last modification of XP UpdatePack dates back a long time ago and it's the same so far, only old files has been changed with newer one.

So if something worked with older pack, it must work also with the latest.

I suggest you to PM directly Onepiece (in italian) for an accurate answer

It's the first time that I make serious tests with OnePiece's AIO pack. I was using Ryan's and Xable's before.

Also the conditions which cause the malfunctioning are a bit hidden.

I'm gathering some more data (setup logfiles) and writing to OnePiece.

Thank you Fabio!

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the last modification of XP UpdatePack dates back a long time ago and it's the same so far, only old files has been changed with newer one.

So if something worked with older pack, it must work also with the latest.

I suggest you to PM directly Onepiece (in italian) for an accurate answer

It's the first time that I make serious tests with OnePiece's AIO pack. I was using Ryan's and Xable's before.

Also the conditions which cause the malfunctioning are a bit hidden.

I'm gathering some more data (setup logfiles) and writing to OnePiece.

Thank you Fabio!

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New update KB2892734.

then integrate it in the pack please. it is not so, that every time a new KB appears, there is a new pack.

Edited by qwesta

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You can build a new AIO pack by yourself with DXUPAC adding also KB2892734: see the video in related topic first post on how to do.

KB2892734 came out too late to be included in latest UpdatePack but DXUPAC has been already updated

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Greetings.

I'm trying to understand how to install this.

I reached this page from Google, then searched around.

I found so many tools, like the Ryan integrator and the DX Universal UpdatePack.

I really can't understand what is necessary and what is optional.

 

I just need to create an iso with sp3 and the fixes that came out after it.

This pack seems to have all updates I need, and various other nice things.

I don't need to customize anything, and I don't need MCE.

 

These are my questions.

Will this work for both an English or an Italian iso without change?

Will this work for both home and professional without change?

How do I create an updated iso (easy way)?

 

Thanks.

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Greetings.

I'm trying to understand how to install this.

I reached this page from Google, then searched around.

I found so many tools, like the Ryan integrator and the DX Universal UpdatePack.

I really can't understand what is necessary and what is optional.

 

I just need to create an iso with sp3 and the fixes that came out after it.

This pack seems to have all updates I need, and various other nice things.

I don't need to customize anything, and I don't need MCE.

 

These are my questions.

Will this work for both an English or an Italian iso without change?

Will this work for both home and professional without change?

How do I create an updated iso (easy way)?

 

Thanks.

 what if you first introduced yourself as a first post , to show you need help and grateful to be here after you googled?

That will be a good sign

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Is the update KB2892734 replaces KB951624 because it replaced KB951830?

http://mimo.zxq.net/changelog-xp.htm

KB2892734 does not replace KB951624, KB951830 is obsolete from April\May 2008

[KB951830.AddReg]	HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KBKB951830", "Description", %REG_SZ%, "%LOC_SECURITY_UPDATE% for %PRODUCT_NAME% (KBKB951830)"	HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KBKB951830", "InstalledBy", %REG_SZ%, "%NAME%"	HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KBKB951830", "InstalledDate", %REG_SZ%, "%VERSION%"	HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KBKB951830", "Type", %REG_SZ%, "Update"	HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KBKB951830\Filelist\0", "FileName", %REG_SZ%, "ipnathlp.dll"	HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KBKB951830\Filelist\0", "Version", %REG_SZ%, "5.1.2600.5584"	HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KBKB951830\Filelist\0", "BuildDate", %REG_SZ%, "Mon Apr 21 19:44:18 2008"	HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KBKB951830\Filelist\0", "BuildCheckSum", %REG_SZ%, "55ac2"	HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KBKB951830\Filelist\0", "Location", %REG_SZ%, "%11%"	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830", "Backup Dir", %REG_SZ%, ""	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830", "Comments", %REG_SZ%, "%LOC_SECURITY_UPDATE% for %PRODUCT_NAME% (KBKB951830)"	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830", "Fix Description", %REG_SZ%, "%LOC_SECURITY_UPDATE% for %PRODUCT_NAME% (KBKB951830)"	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830", "Installed", %REG_DWORD%, "1"	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830", "Installed By", %REG_SZ%, "%NAME%"	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830", "Installed On", %REG_SZ%, "%VERSION%"	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830", "Service Pack", %REG_DWORD%, %SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830", "Valid", %REG_DWORD%, "1"	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830\File 1", "Flags", %REG_SZ%, ""	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830\File 1", "New File", %REG_SZ%, ""	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830\File 1", "New Link Date", %REG_SZ%, ""	HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KBKB951830\File 1", "Old Link Date", %REG_SZ%, ""

to say more good has never existed ;)since in that time is released the SP3 ehh and KB951624, UpdatePacks describes everything very well in detail, see OPMWXPUP.inf

 

OPMWXPUP.inf

[KB951624.AddReg]    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624", "Description", %REG_SZ%, "%LOC_UPDATE% for %PRODUCT_NAME% (KB951624)"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624", "InstalledBy", %REG_SZ%, "%NAME%"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624", "InstalledDate", %REG_SZ%, "%VERSION%"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624", "Type", %REG_SZ%, "Update"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\0", "FileName", %REG_SZ%, "ipnathlp.dll"    ;OBSOLETE    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\0", "Version", %REG_SZ%, "5.1.2600.5589"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\0", "BuildDate", %REG_SZ%, "Mon Apr 28 16:07:46 2008"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\0", "BuildCheckSum", %REG_SZ%, "6079F"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\0", "Location", %REG_SZ%, "%11%"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\1", "FileName", %REG_SZ%, "hnetcfg.dll"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\1", "Version", %REG_SZ%, "5.1.2600.5589"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\1", "BuildDate", %REG_SZ%, "Mon Apr 28 16:07:46 2008"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\1", "BuildCheckSum", %REG_SZ%, "5B1B0"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB951624\Filelist\1", "Location", %REG_SZ%, "%11%"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624", "Backup Dir", %REG_SZ%, ""    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624", "Comments", %REG_SZ%, "%LOC_UPDATE% for %PRODUCT_NAME% (KB951624)"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624", "Fix Description", %REG_SZ%, "%LOC_UPDATE% for %PRODUCT_NAME% (KB951624)"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624", "Installed", %REG_DWORD%, "1"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624", "Installed By", %REG_SZ%, "%NAME%"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624", "Installed On", %REG_SZ%, "%VERSION%"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624", "Service Pack", %REG_DWORD%, %SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624", "Valid", %REG_DWORD%, "1"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624\File 1", "Flags", %REG_SZ%, ""    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624\File 1", "New File", %REG_SZ%, ""    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624\File 1", "New Link Date", %REG_SZ%, ""    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB951624\File 1", "Old Link Date", %REG_SZ%, ""[KB2892734.AddReg]    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB2892734", "Description", %REG_SZ%, "%LOC_UPDATE% for %PRODUCT_NAME% (KB2892734)"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB2892734", "InstalledBy", %REG_SZ%, "%NAME%"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB2892734", "InstalledDate", %REG_SZ%, "%VERSION%"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB2892734", "Type", %REG_SZ%, "Update"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB2892734\Filelist\0", "FileName", %REG_SZ%, "ipnathlp.dll"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB2892734\Filelist\0", "Version", %REG_SZ%, "5.1.2600.6454"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB2892734\Filelist\0", "BuildDate", %REG_SZ%, "Wed Sep 25 10:53:53 2013"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB2892734\Filelist\0", "BuildCheckSum", %REG_SZ%, "55abc"    HKLM, "%UpdateRegKey%\%PRODUCT_NAME%\SP%SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%\KB2892734\Filelist\0", "Location", %REG_SZ%, "%11%"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734", "Backup Dir", %REG_SZ%, ""    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734", "Comments", %REG_SZ%, "%LOC_UPDATE% for %PRODUCT_NAME% (KB2892734)"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734", "Fix Description", %REG_SZ%, "%LOC_UPDATE% for %PRODUCT_NAME% (KB2892734)"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734", "Installed", %REG_DWORD%, "1"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734", "Installed By", %REG_SZ%, "%NAME%"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734", "Installed On", %REG_SZ%, "%VERSION%"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734", "Service Pack", %REG_DWORD%, %SERVICE_PACK_NUMBER%    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734", "Valid", %REG_DWORD%, "1"    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734\File 1", "Flags", %REG_SZ%, ""    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734\File 1", "New File", %REG_SZ%, ""    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734\File 1", "New Link Date", %REG_SZ%, ""    HKLM, "%KEY_HOTFIX%\KB2892734\File 1", "Old Link Date", %REG_SZ%, ""

Ciao.

Edited by OnePiece

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      Hash MD5 C507D6C2DC13EF6B60C6E9232C3C07D0
      Filesize: 207.08 MB (217138569 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL CHT - (Chinese Traditional)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 E2F2120C5F7B37A58AAEDB960800DC5C
      Filesize: 206.78 MB (216824677 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL CSY - (Czech)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 483859A994C117FFE1DE0D21B6867875
      Filesize: 207.18 MB (217247600 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL DAN - (Danish)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 9BB0241FB362EDA233E6E651FAF566DB
      Filesize: 206.66 MB (216696247 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL DEU - (German)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 8C4CB679F6BF9DEC8B957B6946D1F8E8
      Filesize: 207.44 MB (217518497 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL ELL - (Greek)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 68FA0EDF3EB5CCC81D2AA04ACEC48740
      Filesize: 207.09 MB (217153266 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL ENU - (English)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 7A2AC7C5DD72BB4BC0C18D677A8B8FB1
      Filesize: 206.18 MB (216198876 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL ESN - (Spanish)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 2E18AC3368D981EDEFE4F5A23A513501
      Filesize: 207.38 MB (217449516 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL FIN - (Finnish)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 2842D2C0D147AB7298A3FE19250766FA
      Filesize: 206.57 MB (216606818 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL FRA - (French)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 0782DE5A7D8F35FF21B5D21E23E59883
      Filesize: 207.48 MB (217559512 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL HEB - (Hebrew)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 1AAD9BD36A7DE743F0BE28AA256CE645
      Filesize: 201.14 MB (210914146 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL HUN - (Hungarian)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 E5CE1E19943730A0571DE21D477B3312
      Filesize: 207.19 MB (217254814 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL ITA - (Italiano)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 1065BBC91E197A83BB1182D6707CDDB5
      Filesize: 207.07 MB (217133052 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL JPN - (Japanese)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 AB07349C6226432744BAB6D8CCEE1228
      Filesize: 207.92 MB (218019895 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL KOR - (Korean)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 717B45BB67C883C3CC40AB696656CF6B
      Filesize: 207.46 MB (217540564 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL NLD - (Dutch)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 AFE345F0944970DAE4A2002C775896A5
      Filesize: 207.05 MB (217111160 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL NOR - (Norwegian)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 846060F0CFFE251EE6390FC69A40906C
      Filesize: 206.61 MB (216641910 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL PLK - (Polish)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 86D0924381CEAFCBE79E2830A13A071F
      Filesize: 207.24 MB (217311638 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL PTB - (Brazilian)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 40E5130FF80C77FF559563ADF22DEE78
      Filesize: 207.29 MB (217360212 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL PTG - (Portuguese)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 563C6F2B29397C59E04F6A457EF0E6C3
      Filesize: 207.12 MB (217186283 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL RUS - (Russian)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 237F2879AC6D6920495915F5EA62938D
      Filesize: 207.59 MB (217670355 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL SVE - (Swedish)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 4B76CD47C6F8561D255AE763E0A40258
      Filesize: 206.94 MB (216994255 bytes)  
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL TRK - (Turkish)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Update (22 June 2017)
      Hash MD5 3ECFE702D78183F8AFFF90723C28D644
      Filesize: 207.06 MB (217113805 bytes)
       
       
    • By OnePiece
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 Update Pack è una raccolta di aggiornamenti integrabili direttamente sul cd di Windows XP SP3. A differenza di AutoPatcher che esegue gli aggiornamenti su un sistema già installato, questo pack serve a creare un CD di Windows XP SP4 completo, che non contiene però nessun tipo di tweak o miglioramento. Il vantaggio principale rispetto ad AutoPatcher è che se viene installato Windows da un CD che abbia il OnePiece Pack integrato dopo non è necessaria l'esecuzione di AP, perché i file che si vanno ad aggiornare con le patch sono già aggiornati.
      Cosa contiene - Hotfix List
      Attenzione: non applicare su precedenti Update Pack o AddOn, Ragazzi sia per quelli che usino nLite sia per quelli che usino RVMi, metterlo il pack da solo integrarlo, e dopo integrare o fare altri operazioni in quello cd, metterlo il pack inseme ai altri cose ce il rischio di sforzare tropo le applicazione come nLite e RVMi, e dopo che il rischio che forse anche sbagliano in qualche cosa, cosi il consiglio e sempre essere prudenti e metterli le cose in cd uno a uno, cosi siete sicuri 1000% che tutto andrà ok
      OnePiece Windows XP Post-SP3 UpdatePack v1.0.9 FINAL ITA
      Aggiornato (22 Giugno 2017)
      Aggiornato (22 Giugno 2017)
      Aggiornato (22 Giugno 2017)
      Hash MD5 1065BBC91E197A83BB1182D6707CDDB5
      Filesize: 207.07 MB (217133052 bytes)  
      Ragazzi e tutto ok 10000% usare sia nLite sia RVMi per integrare Update Pack, io preferisco raccomandare sempre RVMi, perché RVMi non tocca mai nessun altro file in cd, cosi Integrazione non fallisce (o non fa uscire mai problemi ect ect) mai ect ect, cosi mi tocca rispondere piu meno ai segnalazioni che fanno tutti utenti al riguardo, come detto nLite e ok 10000%, milioni e milioni di utenti lo hanno usato per anni e anni e la usano ancora oggi ehhhhh (nLite va come un treno ), ma nLite a abitudine toccare a volte anche altri file che non hanno che fare con il Update Pack o il AddOn che stai integrando di più a moltissime opzioni, cosi utenti che non hanno molta esperienza al riguardo (eseguendo molte cose in nLite, oppure usando il nLite in extremis, oppure usando nLite in modo sbagliato) potranno danneggiare Windows XP Setup Files (che sono dentro il CD), e dopo non risecano capire dove hanno sbagliato ect ect dopo segnalano come problematico Update Pack o il AddOn ect ect, appunto per evitare questo io consiglio che e meglio usare RVMi per integrare Update Pack, testare se e tutto ok ect ect, e dopo chi vole fare altro andare avanti con nLite ect ect
      Ragazzi un ringrazio speciale va a forum http://thehotfixshare.net da dove o presso tutti questi hotfix, davvero direi straordinario il lavoro di quelli ragazzi li.
      Changelog
      Qui potete trovare tutto, anche le release precedenti:

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