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Has anyone integrated updates into vista yet?

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Old 03-15-2007
Just FYI
 

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Re: Has anyone integrated updates into vista yet?
Not sure what yo umean by "integrated updates". Use Automatic Updates is
turned on in Security Center, they'll download as they become available.
Every now and then, when you click the Start button, take a look at the
On/Off button at the bottom of the Start menu (kind looks like a 1 in a 0).
If there's an exclamation point on it, that means there are updates waiting
to be installed. Click the exclamation point.

To see what you have so far click the Start button type UP and click Windows
Updates. You'll see optional updates. You can click View Update History to
see what you've already gotten. I have about 40 or 50 of them. A lot of them
are drivers.


"Emory Tech" <EmoryTech@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I know this can be done I was just wondering as to how to do this.


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Old 03-15-2007
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Has anyone integrated updates into vista yet?
I know this can be done I was just wondering as to how to do this.
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Old 03-15-2007
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Re: Has anyone integrated updates into vista yet?
What I mean by integrate is just that, you know how in xp you can slipstream
the service packs into the xp installation. I was asking to see if this was
possible yet with vista.

"Just FYI" wrote:

> Not sure what yo umean by "integrated updates". Use Automatic Updates is
> turned on in Security Center, they'll download as they become available.
> Every now and then, when you click the Start button, take a look at the
> On/Off button at the bottom of the Start menu (kind looks like a 1 in a 0).
> If there's an exclamation point on it, that means there are updates waiting
> to be installed. Click the exclamation point.
>
> To see what you have so far click the Start button type UP and click Windows
> Updates. You'll see optional updates. You can click View Update History to
> see what you've already gotten. I have about 40 or 50 of them. A lot of them
> are drivers.
>
>
> "Emory Tech" <EmoryTech@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:BBF3B405-6C20-4F49-8860-D5655241E0EE@microsoft.com...
> >I know this can be done I was just wondering as to how to do this.

>
>

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Old 03-15-2007
Keith
 

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Re: Has anyone integrated updates into vista yet?
It can be done. I haven't had a need to slipstream anything for Vista, yet.
Go get vLite v0.9 beta from www.vlite.net.
Their utility helps you slipstream a Vista DVD with updates, SPs, drivers,
etc.

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Keith
"Emory Tech" <EmoryTech@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:4B1F4B85-458E-4AD4-BF99-3824F4217D77@microsoft.com...
> What I mean by integrate is just that, you know how in xp you can
> slipstream
> the service packs into the xp installation. I was asking to see if this
> was
> possible yet with vista.
>
> "Just FYI" wrote:
>
>> Not sure what yo umean by "integrated updates". Use Automatic Updates is
>> turned on in Security Center, they'll download as they become available.
>> Every now and then, when you click the Start button, take a look at the
>> On/Off button at the bottom of the Start menu (kind looks like a 1 in a
>> 0).
>> If there's an exclamation point on it, that means there are updates
>> waiting
>> to be installed. Click the exclamation point.
>>
>> To see what you have so far click the Start button type UP and click
>> Windows
>> Updates. You'll see optional updates. You can click View Update History
>> to
>> see what you've already gotten. I have about 40 or 50 of them. A lot of
>> them
>> are drivers.
>>
>>
>> "Emory Tech" <EmoryTech@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:BBF3B405-6C20-4F49-8860-D5655241E0EE@microsoft.com...
>> >I know this can be done I was just wondering as to how to do this.

>>
>>


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Old 03-15-2007
Keith
 

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Re: Has anyone integrated updates into vista yet?
It can be done. I haven't had a need to slipstream anything for Vista, yet.
Go get vLite v0.9 beta from www.vlite.net.
Their utility helps you slipstream a Vista DVD with updates, SPs, drivers,
etc.

--
Keith
"Emory Tech" <EmoryTech@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:4B1F4B85-458E-4AD4-BF99-3824F4217D77@microsoft.com...
> What I mean by integrate is just that, you know how in xp you can
> slipstream
> the service packs into the xp installation. I was asking to see if this
> was
> possible yet with vista.
>
> "Just FYI" wrote:
>
>> Not sure what yo umean by "integrated updates". Use Automatic Updates is
>> turned on in Security Center, they'll download as they become available.
>> Every now and then, when you click the Start button, take a look at the
>> On/Off button at the bottom of the Start menu (kind looks like a 1 in a
>> 0).
>> If there's an exclamation point on it, that means there are updates
>> waiting
>> to be installed. Click the exclamation point.
>>
>> To see what you have so far click the Start button type UP and click
>> Windows
>> Updates. You'll see optional updates. You can click View Update History
>> to
>> see what you've already gotten. I have about 40 or 50 of them. A lot of
>> them
>> are drivers.
>>
>>
>> "Emory Tech" <EmoryTech@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:BBF3B405-6C20-4F49-8860-D5655241E0EE@microsoft.com...
>> >I know this can be done I was just wondering as to how to do this.

>>
>>


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Old 03-16-2007
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RE: Has anyone integrated updates into vista yet?
there is a write about slipstreaming Vista www.maximumpc.com

"Emory Tech" wrote:

> I know this can be done I was just wondering as to how to do this.

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