Hotfix December 2009 X86 - X64

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  1. alkykw

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  2. Monsta Kody

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    Thanks Bro :)
     
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  3. Truelove

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    You my hero!! :D
     
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  4. alicans

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    where this updates from?
     
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  5. xhtml

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    do i need to update this hotfix pack again since i keep my win7 up to date via the windows update feature? pls advise buddy
     
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  6. Matrix Leader

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    These are the unreleased Microsoft Hotfixes, as they are awaiting to be incorporated in the next service pack. So if you want to be up to date ahead of time install them!

    I have tried them, they are safe, in fact, you fill your system much more stable and snappier after you install them.

    But don't only stick to these ones, install the rest of the pack posted earlier in the Windows 7 Update thread
     
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  7. Matrix Leader

    Matrix Leader MDL Addicted

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    Can someone lend me a rapid share or megaupload account for an hour just to download these updates? :(

    I am unable to download from the above sites without a premium account.
     
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  8. Cego

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    excelente Alky, buen post, esperando que Lyraull haga su supermegahiper parche XD

    regards!
     
  9. mengchanchai

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    thanks for sharing.:D;)
     
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  10. operade

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    Thanks a lot for sharing too. Does anybody know how to install these updates automatically (perhaps pkgmgr can do it but I don't understand the syntax) I mean I would like to avoid to click on each update (38 clics ! )
    Thanks for any help
     
  11. Matrix Leader

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    #13 Matrix Leader, Dec 13, 2009
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    Put all the updates in one folder, then place this tool >>> Windows 7 Update Pack Tool v1.3.1.0
    and run the tool from there, it will install al update packages at once
     
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  12. SoLoR

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    my point was to people whining this are "unoffical/beta" updates :) ye not all got officaly released by MS, but probably more then half of them did one way (WU) or another (upon request)...
     
  13. SoLoR

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    #15 SoLoR, Dec 13, 2009
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    actualy simple batch script will do the job:

    Code:
    @echo off
    
    FOR /F "delims==" %%W in ('dir *.exe /od /b') do (
    echo Installing Update "%%W" ...
    start /wait %%W /quiet /norestart
    echo.)
    
    FOR /F "delims==" %%W in ('dir *.msu /od /b') do (
    echo Installing Update "%%W" ...
    start /wait %%W /quiet /norestart
    echo.)
    
    echo.
    echo ###########################################################
    echo.
    echo Updates are installed
    echo Press any key to reboot
    pause >NUL
    shutdown -r -t 0
    
     
  14. operade

    operade MDL Novice

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    Thank you very much SoLor: this is exactly what I wanted
     
  15. burfadel

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    #17 burfadel, Dec 13, 2009
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    If you have these updates plus others, and you have just installed Windows, it may be wise to replace:
    Code:
    dir *.msu /od /b
    With:
    Code:
    dir *.msu /o-d /b
    The reason behind this is some of the older updates may be superceded, there is no point installing the old updates then the new updates. By using /o-d, the order changest to newest dated files first, not last :)
     
  16. SoLoR

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    #18 SoLoR, Dec 13, 2009
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    actualy, they should probably just go by name as dism does it (first cabs by name, then msus by name), if you intergrate them in to wim. However i used this once, months ago, since then im manualy installing them or intergrating them in to iso for fresh installs... soo

    Why this, KB675605-v2 installs LDR branch code of kernel OS so you want to install that update asap, so you make sure that all other updates after also installs LDR branch code and if you do this by name it gets installed among first :)
     
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    #20 dry, Dec 15, 2009
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2009
    Hi

    Have some probs after this Hotfix packages (x86)...jdownloader stopps all downloads after a view kb ...tried everything, uninstall JD, java, usw..nothing helped !
    so i decided to uninstall all this hotfixes (apart from KB977348 which won't let me uninstall !?) anyway after that jdownloader is running again !!!

    someone any idea which one of the hotfix could have broken jdownloader ?
    before i install one after one :eek:

    sorry for my bad English

    thanks in advance !