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When I integrate all of my updates into my image file using W7T, I also include "IE9-Windows6.1-KB2559049-x64". This I realize is for the x64 bit image of Windows 7. Does integration of the IE9 cumulative update "Windows6.1-KB982861-x64" require just the x64 or the x86 one also?

The reason I ask, even after integrating IE9 and then the cumulative update, Windows Update *still* wants to install KB982861. Is there a specific way that needs to be integrated, or is that something that just has to be run afterwards?

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If i remember correctly there was a newer version of KB982681 released, i integrate IE9 all the time and i don't have the same issue but i am using the latest version of that download.

http://hotfix.chris1...B982861-x86.msu

http://hotfix.chris1...B982861-x64.msu

You should just need x64 version. Although you could try and x86 version as well.

EDIT: Do you integrate the .exe or .msu?

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Well, if those are the files I need, and I just checked the md5 hash of them, that is what I already have.

I integrate this particular update as the last one, where as IE9 comes somewhere earlier in the list. After I install Windows 7, the first thing I do is check Windows Update. It tells me that KB982861 needs to be installed. (Officially it tells me that update and a couple of others need to be installed, but then I am also having issues getting the setupcomplete.cmd file to run also.)

So anything you could suggest that I might need to do would be appreciated.

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Ricktendo which site did you get those links from? preferably a MS site?

You didn't answer my question, was it the .msu you integrated or did you add the .exe version of IE9?

(Although not directed at me) the links come from SoLoR's update site, which I do believe is directly from MS (don't quote me on that).

As for my question, I have integrated the MSU version of IE9 and the MSU version of the update.

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Ricktendo which site did you get those links from? preferably a MS site?

If you open the ie9 executable installer in Bintext you will find the links, microsoft updates the installer but the links remain the same (perfect for w7t)

Here are all the links including the vista version (this is what it looks like in Bintext)

000000001DD0   000000001D5D  	0   %s_Vista_x64
000000001DF0 000000001D7D 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198934
000000001E50 000000001DDD 0 %s_Win7_x64
000000001E70 000000001DFD 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198933

00000000231C   000001002F1C  	0   %s_Vista_x86
000000002338 000001002F38 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198935
000000002394 000001002F94 0 %s_Win7_x86
0000000023B0 000001002FB0 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=198936

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I re-downloaded the web installer and the links i have got are different from yours :) I compared the MD5 of my old MSU to the new ones below and they are different. Also the newer ones have a newer 'Digital Signature' date.


000000001DF0 000000001D7D 0 %s_Vista_x64
000000001E10 000000001D9D 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=210144
000000001E70 000000001DFD 0 %s_Win7_x64
000000001E90 000000001E1D 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=210143


00000000232C 000001002F2C 0 %s_Vista_x86
000000002348 000001002F48 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=210146
0000000023A4 000001002FA4 0 %s_Win7_x86
0000000023C0 000001002FC0 0 http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=210145

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Sorry for repeating myself (i'm not post hunting :D ), but yes, the latest ie9 installers don't need any other update. I can say this for today, maybe next patch tuesday things will change (but maybe another updated ie9 installer will come out) :)

That may be all well and good, but one cannot directly integrate the IE9 installer into a Windows 7 image.

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Unless you force install LDR files you dont need the cumulative hotfix with the updated installer

http://forums.mydigi...ll=1#post446715

Hey Ricktendo64 now i am getting little bit confused i want to integrate Internet Explorer 9 latest version, i have an installer in exe format version is 9.0.8112.16421. Is this the latest one, after integrating this one which other update i need fot Internet Explorer. Please provide the updated IE9 link in exe format

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That may be all well and good, but one cannot directly integrate the IE9 installer into a Windows 7 image.

why not? all you have to do is use windows 7 toolkit and those updated links posted above... this for win7 x64, and this for win7 x86. :) the result after win7 installation? ie8 ie replaced by ie9 ;)

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Slightly off topic: Which of course reminds me, what is so special about the LDR files? I noticed an option on the W7T that "Installs updates in LDR/QFE mode".

LDR A.K.A. QFE files have more actual bug fixes http://blogs.technet...r-hotfixes.aspx

Hey Ricktendo64 now i am getting little bit confused i want to integrate Internet Explorer 9 latest version, i have an installer in exe format version is 9.0.8112.16421. Is this the latest one, after integrating this one which other update i need fot Internet Explorer. Please provide the updated IE9 link in exe format

http://windows.micro...roducts/ie/home

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When I integrate all of my updates into my image file using W7T, I also include "IE9-Windows6.1-KB2559049-x64". This I realize is for the x64 bit image of Windows 7. Does integration of the IE9 cumulative update "Windows6.1-KB982861-x64" require just the x64 or the x86 one also?

The reason I ask, even after integrating IE9 and then the cumulative update, Windows Update *still* wants to install KB982861. Is there a specific way that needs to be integrated, or is that something that just has to be run afterwards?

I solved this problem as follows:

I downloaded Internet Explorer 9 extracts the package with the / x command: C: \ IE9

Ps!! In my language does with his language.

Example:

IE9-Windows7-x64-ENU.exe / x: C: \ IE9

And integrate the files:

IE9 Win7.CAB

ielangpack PTB.CAB

You can download the IE9 tb: Solor Update

Windows6.1-KB982861-x64.msu

and integrate with the ielangpack-PTB.CAB that was extracted from the previous package. Once I solved this problem.

I have helped

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I am aware of that link, i just wanted to know after integrating the Ie9 and the cumuladative update, still windows update shows to download update for iE9

Edit Done :- through dism commmand i integrate it into iso,

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