Windows 7 Hotfix repository

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by SoLoR, May 22, 2010.

  1. MELERIX

    MELERIX MDL Expert

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  3. wiktorynka

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    I see it differently, but everyone has their own opinions. We must wait for the updates.
     
  4. AeonX

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    Are there confirmed cases with ESET?

    I personally do not use antivirus but I only trust the ESET and Symantec products when I need to install one with ESET preference. Kaspersky is a good antivirus but I avoid it because of the worse performance against others.
     
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  5. MELERIX

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    for Windows 7 I recommend you to use MSE.
     
  6. wiktorynka

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    Joke? Thank you for such advice. We decide for ourselves.

    Today's update of the Avira program has brought a positive solution. There are no more freezes or slowdowns on any system.
    Fake patches for Meltdown and Spectre broke down the system again. The 8th and 9th generation processors are still full of holes. Intel can not do anything about it. Intel deliberately slows down computers to drive the economy. Negative cooperation with Microsoft is necessary.
     
  7. Super Spartan

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    You're better off using no AV than using MSE! :rolleyes: What age do you live in? It's 2019 not 2009!
     
  8. adric

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    Any ideas why WU is offering KB4493472 even though it was installed?
    It's listed in the Installed Updates and the Review your Update History sections.
    WU did not offer the installed Rollup on my 32-bit system.
     
  9. MELERIX

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    MSE/WD (aka Microsoft AV engine) are in the top of AVs in 2019.
     
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  11. abbodi1406

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    Did you changed or installed a feature?
     
  12. adric

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    Can the MSE discussion be continued here? Seems to be OT here.
     
  13. adric

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    This is what I installed.
    Code:
    via SetupComplete.cmd
    wusa Windows6.1-KB4483458-x64.msu /quiet /norestart (2019-02 NET351 Rollup)
    wusa Windows6.1-KB4488662-x64.msu /quiet /norestart (2019-03 UpdNET351)
    wusa Windows6.1-KB4493472-x64.msu /quiet /norestart (2019-04 Rollup)
    wusa IE11-Windows6.1-KB4483187-x64.msu /quiet /norestart (2018-12 Cum)
    
    via ROE.cmd at OOBE
    wusa Windows6.1-KB3191566-x86.msu /quiet /norestart (WMF 5.1)
    wusa Windows6.1-KB2970228-x86.msu /quiet /norestart (Cureency Symbol Update)
    
     
  14. abbodi1406

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    Monthly Rollup contain updates for this, that's why it's offered
     
  15. adric

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    Ahh, okay. I had problems installing WMF 5.1 in SetupComplete some time ago and I moved it out to the OOBE stage. I guess I need to do the rollup at the end with the exception of KB2970228 to be safe, right?
     
  16. abbodi1406

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    WMF 5.1 require .NET 4.5.2 or later anyway

    why don't you integrate KB2970228? Either the rollup or KB3078601 is needed before/with it
     
  17. MELERIX

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    MSE and WD use the same malware definitions updates, so they can detect all the same malwares, but of course WD is more robust in W8.1 and W10 against vulnerabilities, because it can use some hardware and kernel features to detect and block these things, anyway an older OS that does not receive updates anymore is always condemned to become more vulnerable with the flow of the years and also AVs companies stop giving support for that obsolete OS.

    I really don't care about what others opinions are about something, I always prefer make my own opinion testing things by myself, so I just test software by myself and I also contribute reporting malware or vulnerabilities, so I have enough experiency about different AVs efficiency, and thats why I recommend it, but I'm not saying that MSE is the best or that M$ is fully trustable, you are just mixing different things.
     
  18. adric

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    #10439 adric, Apr 15, 2019
    Last edited: Apr 15, 2019
    The wim I use doesn't contain any Rollups or cuml. updates that will most likely be replaced down the line. I reuse the wim as a base for installing and add the variables during installation. .NET472 is also installed in SetupComplete.
     
  19. Super Spartan

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    MSE is NOT Windows Defender. Go do some research before you spread FUD. The current Windows Defender that's built into Windows 10 is light years ahead of that old useless MSE.