[Repack] Visual C++ Redistributable Runtimes [2020-03-27]

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  1. ronferri

    ronferri MDL Novice

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  2. shhnedo

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    No, they're just VC++ 2019(the latest one). All the previous versions are "discontinued" (they don't get updates).
     
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  3. Julia44

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    hi i need the 2017 minimum x86, is this incule in [Repack] Visual C++ Redistributable Runtimes?
     
  4. abbodi1406

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    2019 is upgrade to 2017
     
  5. wilenty

    wilenty MDL Member

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    Hello @Julia44
    you can install VC++ 2015/2017/2019 runtimes from my repack if you want - link in the signature. :)

    P.S.
    Sorry @abbodi1406 for creating the "mess" in your topic, but the question was for me.

    All the best in the New Year for All of You,
    Wilenty
     
  6. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    Updated.
     
  7. [redacted]

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    Thanks for the update! This might be a dumb question, but I have 14.23.27820 from a few months back, do I uninstall my old ones first then install these (14.25.28508) new ones, or can I just install them overtop my old ones?

    Also is there a change log of what changed in versions?
     
  8. spriditis

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    For 2019 - you can install on top (If files do not go in WinSxS = they replace old ones)
    No idea about changelog (i certainly have never seen any).
     
  9. [redacted]

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    Thanks for the info's you two, I installed 14.25.28508 86+64 over-top, then looked in my control panel and saw that I still had the old, alongside the new, so I uninstalled everything (14.23.27820 + 14.25.28508), then did 14.25.28508 again, so a few extra steps but it seems everything is working well now and I'm up to date now on the 2015-2019 runtimes.
     
  10. spriditis

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    #394 spriditis, Jan 26, 2020
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    #en.wikipedia.org /wiki/SQL_Server_Compact
    #3.1 - v3.1.0000 - AFAIK v3.1 did not have SP - so what you have should be latest (VS2005SP1 has same v3.1 and hash)..

    #v3.5 - 3.5.8080.0 - Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5 Service Pack 2 (microsoft.com /en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5783)
    v3.5 SP2+Hotfix1 - v3.5.8109 - only have custom link: (Download: onedrive.live.com /?authkey=%21AH4Sx3YV1osIGkI&id=D2CD8A5BFFD38356%2188798&cid=D2CD8A5BFFD38356 )

    #v4.0 - v4.0.8482.1 (microsoft.com /en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17876)
    v4.0 SP1 - v4.0.8876.1 (microsoft.com /en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30709)
    v4.0 SP1+Hotfix1 - v4.0.8902.1 (~on demand only (solves 3 issues), haven't found installer: support.microsoft.com /en-us/help/2960153/on-demand-hotfix-update-package-for-sql-server-compact-4-0-service-pac)..
     
  11. 600415

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    The latest version of 4.0 was 4.0.8902.1. I have it both x86 and x64 but it's the Polish version.
     
  12. pupzilla

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    Can anyone explain why v27 is triggering a FileRepMalware warning in Avast and AVG? v26 didn't have that issue.
     
  13. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    Ask them, they are already bad and sell your data

    nothing changed except the new 14.25.28508 files
     
  14. pupzilla

    pupzilla MDL Novice

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    Them and everyone else. Avast lets you opt out of it at least.
     
  15. pupzilla

    pupzilla MDL Novice

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    #400 pupzilla, Jan 30, 2020
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    Sucks for the people who didn't opt-out: "Avast collects data from users that opt-in and then provides that to Jumpshot..."

    Thanks for the heads up though. Looks like I'll be making the jump to another AV out of principle. BitDefender, perhaps?