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Windows 8.1 Update 1 was reportedly delayed by Microsoft until April, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the company would stop work on the first Windows 8.1 pack of improvements

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As Redmond continues to improve the update, more leaks are reaching the web, and according to WZor, a new version is about to be unveiled in just a few hours.

Windows 8.1 Update 1 build 9600.16608 has reportedly been compiled recently, which means that more information and screenshots should arrive very soon.

While details are very scarce for the time being, we should expect only minor changes as compared to the first leak that went online last week, as Microsoft is most likely trying to improve performance and fix some of the bugs in the first builds.

SkyDrive is also expected to be renamed to OneDrive, while Metro apps should be running in their own windows a bit smoother.

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announce: MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.8.1.2014.UPDATE.X64.ONLY.MSU.9600.16610.WINBLUE_S14.140201-1007-WZT - opens Russians Olympic Games SOCHI 2014

So, if not leaked yet, If so, approx. less than 3 hrs to go.

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Installing the Windows 8.1 Update 2014 MSU files to a Windows 8.1 RTM ISO image . February 7th, 8:35

Installing Windows 8.1 Update

You can update your existing Windows 8.1 images by applying the update. You can create multilingual images by installing the Windows 8.1 Update MSU file to a Windows 8.1 image, however be sure to install the filesin the correct order:

1. Start with your installation of Windows 8.1 RTM. This can be a base language image or an image with multiple languages.

2. Install one or more Windows 8.1 RTM languages to the image, if necessary.

3. Important: Install all of the previously-released updates for Windows 8.1.

This includes:

· Rollup A (KB2883200)

· Rollup B (KB2884846)

· November Rollup (KB2887595)

· December Rollup (KB2903939)

· January Rollup (KB2911106)

· Any other previously-released Windows Updates.

4. Boot the Windows 8.1 image to audit mode (CTRL+Shift+F3 at the OOBE screen).

5. Important: Install Windows8.1-KB2919442-<architecture>.msu update, where <architecture> is x86, x64, or arm by double-clicking on the file. This is required to install before you install the Windows 8.1 Update MSU update.

6. Restart your PC. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.

7. Install the Windows 8.1 Update MSU file, Windows8.1-KB2919355-<architecture>.msu (where <architecture> is x86, x64, or arm) to the image by double-clicking on the file.

The update will be applied for all available languages installed in the image.

8. Restart your PC. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.

9. Boot the PC and make any additional customizations.

aptured by running Sysprep /generalize /oobe.

Note If you add additional language packs after installing Windows 8.1 Update online, then a user will be prompted to download the language resources for Windows 8.1 Update from Windows Update. If you install additionallanguage packs after applying the MSU update to an offline image, you can re-apply the MSU update to install the localized update files. This behavior might change in a future release.

To install the MSU to an offline Windows 8.1 image:

1. Start with a Windows 8.1 image that includes all of the previously released updates, including:

· Rollup A (KB2883200)

· Rollup B (KB2884846)

· November Rollup (KB2887595)

· December Rollup (KB2903939)

· January Rollup (KB2911106)

2. Create a mount directory for your install.wim and winre.wim files and mount the images:

md C:\mount\Windows

md C:\mount\WinRE

Dism /Mount-Image /ImageFile:"<path>\install.wim" /index:1

/MountDir:C:\mount\Windows

Dism /Mount-Image

/ImageFile:"C:\mount\Windows\Windows\System32\Recovery\winre.wim"

/index:1 /MountDir:C:\mount\WinRE

3. Apply the Windows 8.1 Update MSU files to both of the install.wim and winre.wim images.

Dism /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\packages\Windows8.1-KB2919442- x64.msu /Image:C:\mount\Windows /LogPath:AddPackage.log

Dism /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\packages\Windows8.1-KB2919442- x64.msu /Image:C:\mount\WinRE /LogPath:AddPackage.log

Dism /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\packages\Windows8.1-KB2919355- x64.msu /Image:C:\mount\Windows /LogPath:AddPackage.log

Dism /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\packages\Windows8.1-KB2919355- x64.msu /Image:C:\mount\WinRE /LogPath:AddPackage.log

4. Unmount the recovery image and commit the changes. For example:

Dism /Unmount-Image /MountDir:C:\mount\Winre /Commit

5. Export a copy of the winre.wim image and then delete winre.wim file from the install.wim file. For example:

Mkdir C:\RecoveryWIM

Dism /Export-Image

/SourceImageFile:"C:\mount\Windows\Windows\System32\Recovery\winre.wim"

/SourceIndex:1 /DestinationImageFile:"C:\RecoveryWIM\winre2.wim"

Del "C:\mount\Windows\Windows\System32\Recovery\winre.wim"

6. Unmount the Windows image and commit the changes. For example:

Dism /Unmount-Image /MountDir:C:\mount\Windows /Commit

7. Apply the install.wim image to your Reference PC and then boot it. All pending installation actions will complete and you will be able to generalize and recapture the image.

Important: You must apply and boot the image after adding the MSU files to complete the installation.

To automate installation of the MSU files on a running Windows 8.1 image:

To automate the installation of these .msu files, you can use the DISM command in a script. However, if you are automatically installing the MSU to a running Windows installation, you must first extract the contents of the .msu file.

1. Start with a Windows 8.1 image that includes all of the previously released updates, including:

· Rollup A (KB2883200)

· Rollup B (KB2884846)

· November Rollup (KB2887595)

· December Rollup (KB2903939)

· January Rollup (KB2911106)

1. Copy the Windows 8.1 Update MSU files to a local directory. In this example, C:\MSU is used for the

MSU files and C:\CAB is used for the extracted files. Expand the CAB file from the MSU.

For example:

Mkdir C:\CAB

Expand C:\MSU\Windows8.1-KB2919442-x64.msu C:\CAB –F:*

Expand C:\MSU\Windows8.1-KB2919355-x64.msu C:\CAB –F:*

2. Use DISM to apply the cab file. For example:

DISM /online /add-package /packagepath:C:\CAB\Windows8.1-KB2919442- x64.cab

DISM /online /add-package /packagepath:C:\CAB\Windows8.1-KB2919355- x64.cab

Note that you will also need to update the winre.wim file in the running image with the same MSU files. See the instructions above for installing the MSU files to an offline image.

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Download Links Via Magnet:
WINDOWS.8.1.2014.UPDATE.X64.ONLY.MSU.9600.16610.140201-1007-WZT
RELEASE DATE: 06/02/2014
BUILD: 6.3.9600.16610.WINBLUE_S14.140201-1007
FILE: Windows8.1-KB2919442-x64.msu
SIZE: 10,521,184 byte
SHA1: BDAE9A24C9DB61B3E5847C016E5A8BE55205139C
MD5: 9DEEFE76B12E5821540737AAEF43BFAD
CRC: 9ABAEE71
FILE: Windows8.1-KB2919355-x64.msu
SIZE: 587,295,343 byte
SHA1: AFE76E2F50BC68D59C5C3226F487E2BE7FAC0490
MD5: 72CEE6131578015236DB90342E5429B1
CRC: DBE50C23
NOTE: this is original M$ MSU files.
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:8F089B9A7E6F69F0FE6337C58080F4E6C2186D1E
WINDOWS.8.1.2014.UPDATE.X86.ONLY.MSU.9600.16610.140201-1007-WZT
RELEASE DATE: 06/02/2014
BUILD: 6.3.9600.16610.WINBLUE_S14.140201-1007
FILE: Windows8.1-KB2919442-x86.msu
SIZE: 4,769,616 byte
SHA1: ACA709165CB071A5A111F9915BBF2A696B8D3989
MD5: 4E4C25FE3FDB735B9D5FA7D764B57D68
CRC: 3409F3B2
FILE: Windows8.1-KB2919355-x86.msu
SIZE: 263,777,520 byte
SHA1: 03DF6CDA755932359C5A8F624892A2381A49DF05
MD5: E0D563C71FFA62BD91BD836419CBA227
CRC: 6D0146C1
NOTE: this is original M$ MSU files.
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:7B205B5D1075027DC50785368ED232F4D520A11B

Important: Read carefully about Installing Windows 8.1 Update 1 If you want to integrate and create DVD ISO see post reply #8 >>>

Manual:
Installing the Windows 8.1 Update 2014 MSU to a your local Windows 8.1 RTM or Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM.

1. Install Windows 8.1 RTM or Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM any version!
2. Install one or more Windows 8.1 RTM languages.
3. Install all of the previously-released updates for Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 .
This includes:
• Rollup A (KB2883200)
• Rollup B (KB2884846)
• November Rollup (KB2887595)
• December Rollup (KB2903939)
• January Rollup (KB2911106)

Restart your PC!

4. Install Windows8.1-KB2919442-<architecture>.msu update, where <architecture> is x86, x64, by double-clicking on the file.
This is required to install before you install the Windows 8.1 Update 2014 MSU update!
Restart your PC!. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.

5. Install the Windows 8.1 Update MSU file, Windows8.1-KB2919355-<architecture>.msu (where <architecture> is x86, x64) to the by double-clicking on the file.
The update will be applied for all available languages installed in the Windows 8.1.
Restart your PC. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.

Fine!

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Don't understand shit of it.. :blush2:

I'll wait for x64..

So I have windows 8.1 Pro x64, so I just download the WINDOWS.8.1.2014.UPDATE.X64.ONLY.MSU.9600.16610.140201-1007-WZT and click on the MSU file to install?

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Don't understand shit of it.. :blush2:

I'll wait for x64..

So I have windows 8.1 Pro x64, so I just download the WINDOWS.8.1.2014.UPDATE.X64.ONLY.MSU.9600.16610.140201-1007-WZT and click on the MSU file to install?

Read carefully about Installing Windows 8.1 Update before apply Update files see post reply #8 >>>

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Yes I did read it but my English isn't that good so I don;t get it how to get this done.. guess I'll wait for the regular update by M$..

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Yes I did read it but my English isn't that good so I don;t get it how to get this done.. guess I'll wait for the regular update by M$..

I have just updated Post link read the manual under the download link.

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Yes I did read it but my English isn't that good so I don;t get it how to get this done.. guess I'll wait for the regular update by M$..

I have just updated Post link read the manual under the download link.

I have Windows 8.1 Pro x64 DUTCH with all Windows Updates, so just install after this, I mean I start from here?

4. Install

Windows8.1-KB2919442-<architecture>.msu update, where <architecture> is x86, x64, by double-clicking on the file.

This is required to install before you install the Windows 8.1 Update 2014 MSU update!

Restart your PC!. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.

5. Install the Windows 8.1 Update MSU file, Windows8.1-KB2919355-<architecture>.msu (where <architecture> is x86, x64) to the by double-clicking on the file.

The update will be applied for all available languages installed in the Windows 8.1.

Restart your PC. You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.

So I just follow steps from 4 to 6?

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Sorry.. fucked up post..

I mean I have Windows 8.1 Pro x64 with WMC with all Windows Updates, so I just have to follow steps 4 to 6?

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I think if you have installed all updates under Windows 8.1 Pro then you just have to follow steps 4 to 6..

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Sorry.. fucked up post..

I mean I have Windows 8.1 Pro x64 with WMC with all Windows Updates, so I just have to follow steps 4 to 6?

Yes there are two MSU files after downloading the Magnet Link >>>

1. First install Windows8.1-KB2919442-<architecture>.msu

Restart PC You must restart the PC to complete any pending update actions.

2. After that install Windows 8.1 Update MSU file, Windows8.1-KB2919355-<architecture>.msu

Restart PC last time o complete any pending update actions.

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I think if you have installed all updates under Windows 8.1 Pro then you just have to follow steps 4 to 6..

agreed.

but what happen if we dont have these files :

• Rollup A (KB2883200)

• Rollup B (KB2884846)

• November Rollup (KB2887595)

• December Rollup (KB2903939)

• January Rollup (KB2911106)

?

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I think if you have installed all updates under Windows 8.1 Pro then you just have to follow steps 4 to 6..

agreed.

but what happen if we dont have these files :

• Rollup A (KB2883200)

• Rollup B (KB2884846)

• November Rollup (KB2887595)

• December Rollup (KB2903939)

• January Rollup (KB2911106)

?

Those ones are old Windows 8.1 Update files... If you regularly done your Windows updates you should have those files previously installed however you can double check go to the windows update make sure there is no pending update before apply Windows 8.1 Update 1 MSU files..

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I think if you have installed all updates under Windows 8.1 Pro then you just have to follow steps 4 to 6..

agreed.

but what happen if we dont have these files :

• Rollup A (KB2883200)

• Rollup B (KB2884846)

• November Rollup (KB2887595)

• December Rollup (KB2903939)

• January Rollup (KB2911106)

?

Those one is old Windows 8.1 Update files... If you regularly done your Windows updates you should have those files previously installed however you can double check go to the windows update make sure there is no pending update before apply Windows 8.1 Update 1 MSU files..

so if i dont have all the old updates, i should install it first then applying this update 1 right ?

Btw, i have checked it and i only got this one --> KB2911106 on my Windows update :huh:

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