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Shoonay

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  1. File Name: Windows6.0-KB954059-x86.msu File Submitter: Shoonay File Submitted: 29 Jul 2008 File Category: Language Neutral Windows Vista Hotfix Downloads KB954059 - The random number generator is not compliant with Federal Processing Standard 140-2 in Windows Vista Service Pack 1 and in Windows Server 2008 Click here to download this file
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    KB954059 - The random number generator is not compliant with Federal Processing Standard 140-2 in Windows Vista Service Pack 1 and in Windows Server 2008
  3. File Name: Windows6.0-KB955635-x64.msu File Submitter: Shoonay File Submitted: 28 Jul 2008 File Category: Language Neutral Windows Vista Hotfix Downloads KB955635 - The page file size may become alternately too small or too large when you start Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista if there is no available free disk space, and the page file size is managed by the system Click here to download this file
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    KB955635 - The page file size may become alternately too small or too large when you start Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista if there is no available free disk space, and the page file size is managed by the system
  5. I was thinking about this recently, it would be a thread to gather all the buggy hotfixes list that caused some trouble - pretested on more than one config of course. Like those two buggy hotfixes that are found already: Windows6.0-KB946927-x64.msu and Windows6.0-KB947148-v2-x64.msu I'd be glad to participate in such a "project", what you guys think? Xable?
  6. Here's yet another (after KB947148 x64) buggy .NET 2.0 fix, causing trouble with some apps (tried with Paint.NET 3.35 x64 & Yamicsoft Vista Manager 1.5.3 x64) tested on Vista Ultimate x64. Yes, I know I shouldn't install every single fix that comes out, but... how would we know if a thing works or not if we wouldn't? Besides, I'm an beta-whore Anyways, feel free to correct me or confirm this one.
  7. By George! This cannot be! M$ released a fully working Realtek AC'97 driver yesterday (the version is: 6285) that now only allows to edit the Enhancements but there's also no lag, crackle and pop effect while browsing, copying, or doing anything while listening to music!
  8. Alright, so cancel the C&C part, the game works fine, had connected an extra subwoofer to my Creative 5.1 setup and it "broke" the center speaker connection. Still M$'s driver does NOT work correctly...
  9. I'll try to make it short as possible: 1. Got Vista x64 from the officiall beginning (february 2007, so pre-SP1 "era" ) I had no probs with my soundcard in Vista x64 and I've enjoyed it much better than before, when I had XP used to switch my 5.1 speakers to stereo. Vista not only remembers the 5.1 setting but also does a great job at filling all the speakers even if the sound is only stereo. I've frequently updated my AC'97 mobo soundcard's driver, every time I saw a new one at Realtek's site, up to the latest: 6280 Never, ever, had any problem with any game nor a proggie. That include
  10. A quick info for anyone who cares... Installed great, with only 1 (one) restart. My usb SAGEM internet modem driver vanished after that, but by deleting it manually, Vista reinstalled the driver fine automatically. Unlike in the Refresh 2 version, now there are also 17 other (than english) languages available in the Windows Update (Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, Hebrew, Hungarian, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portugese, Romanian, Serbian, Thai, Turkish) In other words, this appears to be *THE* final version.
  11. Funny, it just appeared on my english Vista x64 Ultimate, as: Windows Vista Service Pack 1 for x64-based Systems (KB936330) Published Yesterday
  12. But we *do know* it's number already, since a early SP1 pre pre pre beta version! It's 936330. ... and, since SP1 Refresh 2 = RTM ... ... ... I've got a feeling it doesn't work that way. I've got about 200 "newer" files already, from 936344 to 947382. It's number doesn't correspond to the date nor turn of it's release, it's when they've found the bug or started working on it, prolly. Anyways, who cares? If you're unable to install the update, you'll not do it anyways, when Vista says it doesn't need it...
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