Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Br8x, Jul 24, 2015.
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If I slipstream SP1 into my office 2013 installation, can I still copy the msp files into update folder? or how do I apply it together with already slipstream SP1 office.
Yes, just copy paste my repository into update folder - override all other (for example SP1) files.
Then all is up2date, nothing more need todo then, - make ISO from it and done.
FYI all your files from uploaded.net are unavailable for all the mirrors you've created in all your thread
Are only updates pack or Office with updates?
Thanks for the info, - dunno what happened, seems now they are new linked...
Have edited the thread, mhhh now i have to search for all my posts it seems.... :/
These are only updates for office with latest update pack.
Here you can find whole office stuff + update pack+ Language pack + updates (all in one completed ISO):
I am being prompted for a password to extract the Office 2010 x86 files.
Links are down.[h=1]The requested file isn't available anymore![/h]
As I previously posted, the Office 2010 x86 files ARE password protected. After several days of no response, I looked at other files uploaded by BrokenZer0 and tried the password associated with them. I discovered that the password was the same.
Unfortunately the contents of the archive were not in the .msp format as advertised.
To summarize: I spent 3 days downloading files from a HORRIBLE site (only 1 file per day at VERY slow rate unless you PAY for premium access), spent several more days trying to find the password, and then discovering that the archives did not contain what I needed.
Perhaps it is GOOD that the links are down!
Why not just get the updates from the source where OP is getting them: WHDownloader
That way you know you're getting the very latest and plus, it will extract the Office updates to .MSP for you.
I gave up on WHDownloader a long time ago because it is dependent on 3rd party servers that are frequently offline for long periods of time. I prefer to integrate updates into the install media. The Simplix packs for Windows 7 is PERFECT. Fortunately I don't install Office 2010 enough to really worry about it. As long as I have a fast Internet connection, Microsoft Update works well enough.
I'm glad you found an option that works for you.