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pmikep

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Some seemed pointless, like the two that update the Journal stuff before a thrid removed Journal. Same with Win10 update offer, then removed.

Some I won't need, like Store & OneCloud stuff.
 

pmikep

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Also, I only did the monthly rollup from Sept 2016 that abbodi86 said to use. There were a lot more after that which I plan to let Enqueue figure out.
 

Clanger

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I think some of them monthly updates need the previous one too, im gonna check their web pages later.

This is my list

KB4457129 - Monthly Rollup
KB4457034 - .NET Framework 4.6 - 4.7.2 Security and Quality Rollup update
KB4457045 - .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 Security and Quality Rollup update
KB4054566 - .NET Framework 4.7.2
KB3175024 - Windows Kernel security update
KB3179574 - August 2016 update rollup
KB3172614 - July 2016 update rollup
KB3173424 - Servicing Stack Update
KB3155784 - Volume Manager driver security update
KB3156059 - Windows shell security update
KB3109976 - Texas Instruments xHCI USB controllers reliability update
KB3139398 - Windows USB security update
KB3126587 - Windows Kernel security update
KB3103696 - USB Type-C reliability update
KB3088195 - Windows Kernel security update
KB3060793 - USB RNDIS device reliability update
KB3046480 - .NET Framework 1.1 migration reliability update
KB3030947 - Memory code layout reliability update
KB3013172 - Safely Remove Hardware reliability update
KB3023266 - Windows Application Compatibility cache security update
KB3021674 - Windows User Profile service security update
KB3013769 - December 2014 update rollup
KB3159398 - Group Policy security update
KB3162835 - Time zone and daylight saving time (DST) database update
KB3077715 - Time zone database update
KB3145384 - Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) reliability update
KB3137728 - Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) reliability update
KB3146604 - Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) service reliability update
KB3103616 - Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) service reliability update
KB3055343 - NDIS and netcfg reliability update
KB3078676 - Hive Upload service (ProfSvc) reliability update
KB3061512 - DLL loading security update
KB3064059 - Explorer reliability update
KB3056347 - Turn off location policy reliability update
KB3055642 - Service Control Manager (SCM) security update
KB3055323 - Direct3D Software Rasterizer security update
KB3042085 - Windows Shutdown reliability update
 

pmikep

Active Member
I didn't do NET 3.5 b/c abbodi86 said one needed to install NET 3.5 first. And 1) I don't know if I need it and 2) I don't know how to do it from his instructions.

Also, since I don't have USB Type-C, etc. I didn't bother with it. (Same with BT.)
 

Clanger

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The list is based on an update 3 iso, maybe it needs tweaking a bit. I might be wrong soim gonna check them later. Gonna grab em all, rename em and see whats what.
 

Clanger

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If you see "U3" in the filename or volume label then its update 3, ntlite may show it. Dont forget im picking this up as i go along.
 

pmikep

Active Member
I didn't see U3 in the filename. I don't see it in the name of the iso when I mount it as files. But since I got it from Microsoft, I gotta believe it's Update 3. (I think the web page said so.)
 

pmikep

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Website doesn't say U3. My file dates are in 2014. From the web, I see that Update 3 was issued March 2018? Still investigating. (But gotta go to sleep.)
 

Clanger

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1.7.0.6500 64-bit - December 2014 update rollup KB3004545 is giving a red warning - Missing prerequisites (KB3013769 - December 2014 update rollup): KB3004545 - KB3004545 - Routing and Remote Access service hotfix isnt ticked by default.
 
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