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updated 20100810 ....

1.37:

updated Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool Key to v3.10

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TY for this best update pack for xp sp3 ever ;)

how can i remove this updates that i dont want-need:

KB976002 -(browser choice)

KB873374 - Microsoft GDI+ Detection Tool Registry Entry

KB890830 - Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool 3.11

KB905474 - Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications

Microsoft Qfecheck 6.2.29.0

Code65536 FontReg 2.1.2

TNX

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TY for this best update pack for xp sp3 ever ;)

how can i remove this updates that i dont want-need:

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GDI+, MRT & WGAN are all just a regkey that set this elements as present in the system, even if they are not material present. Fontreg is executed one during the windows setup, then is deleted. For the browser choice, we have to thank the EU antitrust...

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GDI+, MRT & WGAN are all just a regkey that set this elements as present in the system, even if they are not material present. Fontreg is executed one during the windows setup, then is deleted. For the browser choice, we have to thank the EU antitrust...

hi tnx for information i didnt know that gdi+ mrt & wgan are reg. keys i dont want t remove them now

but browser choice is usless and im 100% sure it can be removed i even had xp sp3 cd build whit this pack but whitout browser choice there was some small .7zip or .cab file that you integrate in nlite and it remove's browser choice KB update...

but yea it is not that critical need for removing that update but it can be removed i just cant find or remember name of that litte file that removes browser choice with nlite:)

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Yeah, what I really mean is that I know that this stuff are not just reg key, but in the pack they are. Well, I don't remeber that in this pack the MRT original exe file is replaced by a stubbed one, but you can agree that just the current version id added via reg key can satisfy the WU. As I mainly use an italian XP (and a relative updatepack), all I can say is that a stubbed exe for the browser choice is more necessary!

WGAN is suppressed by a reg key, the legitcheckcontrol.dll is also part of the wga validation, and wgav is necessary to acces the WU website.

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updated 20101012

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updated Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool Key to v3.12

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updated 20101012

1.44:

updated Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool Key to v3.12

added KB979687 replaced KB923561 & KB957263

added KB981957 replaced KB2160329

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It is mentioned under 'what is include': KB2360131 - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP

This update is for Internet Explorer 8 according to Microsoft. pls clarify

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It is mentioned under 'what is include': KB2360131 - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP

This update is for Internet Explorer 8 according to Microsoft. pls clarify

the mentioned KB# is available for each different version of IE.

the pack updates IE6 as that is included in the XP setup CD.

if you integrate IE7 or IE8 and the addon does not include the version

specific hotfix you will need to reapply the correct one for your IE installed.

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the mentioned KB# is available for each different version of IE.

the pack updates IE6 as that is included in the XP setup CD.

if you integrate IE7 or IE8 and the addon does not include the version

specific hotfix you will need to reapply the correct one for your IE installed.

Thanks a lot for clearing things up for me. I have IE8 installed, the said update was automatically installed by windoows update, so was confused.

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1.46:

updated Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool Key to v3.14

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NOTE: KB2416400(IE6) will show in MU, I've had no time to correct it yet.

I'll update the pack when it's fixed but wanted to release a beta for testing.

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