Question about superseded updates in Windows 8.1 x64

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by aswt4geaZVg, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. aswt4geaZVg

    aswt4geaZVg MDL Novice

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    Hello everyone,

    for a clean install of Windows 8.1 x64 i like to use an updated install.wim.
    How can i detect which patch/update is superseded and which not? maybe without a 3rd tool.

    Can i get information from Microsoft Download Center, Microsoft Update Catalog or they are informations in the msu/cab files?

    How it works? Is it applicable for Windows 7?

    Source for my work:
    Filename: de_windows_8_1_x64_dvd_2707227.iso
    SHA1: 9E2A3C82CC27333D03526710022E59CEF68A7DF2

    Here is a list of my integrated updates:

    GA Updates:
    Windows8.1-KB2894179-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2883200-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2894029-x64.msu


    Other Updates:
    Windows6.3-KB2835517-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB917607-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB976002-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2693643-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2862152-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2868626-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2870705-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2876331-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2877816-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2884846-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2887595-v2-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2888853-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2889543-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2892074-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2893294-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2893984-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2894852-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2894856-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2896394-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2897066-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2897602-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2898514-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2898785-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2899189-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2900986-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2901101-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2902821-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2902892-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2903939-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2904266-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2906890-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2906972-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2907800-x64.cab
    Windows8.1-KB2907997-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2908174-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2908381-v2-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2908387-v3-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2908806-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2909530-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2909569-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2911134-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2913152-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2913212-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2913320-x64.msu
    Windows8.1-KB2917488-x64.cab
    Windows8.1-KB2917993-x64.msu

    The boot.wim and winre.wim are also updated with the KB2894179. There are some other WinPE updates?


    What is the best way to unpack all these updates? any command for it? All Updates are in one folder.

    Thanks for your help! :)
     
  2. eydee

    eydee Guest

    1. Get Virualbox.
    2. Install 8.1 in VB.
    3. Install all updates.
    4. Look at your update history. Those are the ones you need.
     
  3. acyuta

    acyuta MDL Expert

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    If one has updates on local disk, why install and waste bandwidth. Just check and see which updates are shown.
     
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