update available xp sp2 today,are they the last?

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Hi

    today my xp sp2 pop up about new updates

    i downloaded via explorer be more fast

    are they the last hotfixes for sp2?

    but i get a lot of errors after the update

    my xp is not in english but i used google to translate

    event id 1020
    source ASP.NET 2.0.50727.0
    type Warning
    log type Application

    event id 1020
    source ASP.NET 2.0.50727.0
    type Warning
    log type Application

    event id 0
    source System.ServiceModel.Install 3.0.0.0
    type Warning
    log type Application



    did you have the same problems , errors ?

    i'm a just disappointed and angry about the errors after an update


    thanks
     
  2. ABee

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    If you have no IIS installed or it's disabled, then you can ignore the IIS errors-- as they're not "errors", just information regarding the update installation.

    The 'machine.config' notices may be just that as well-- notices, not error messages.

    The Event Viewer provides error messages, and it sometimes also provides mere information about some things that have recently ocurred on the machine.
    "Information", "warnings", and "errors". Three different things.
    The red, circular 'X' marks are the errors, and there can be different reasons why they're logged.
    The .NET updater looking for IIS, but not finding it, would be one reason why a so-called "error" is logged.

    I assume you have .NET 2.0 SP2 on the machine? Because that update was not listed as specifically relevant for .NET 2.0 SP1.

    I have .NET 2.0 SP1 on XP, so I didn't download or install that update.
    By the way-- I also have no IIS installed or enabled, so I've gotten those same IIS "errors" in the past.
     
  3. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    thanks a lot for the help!

    sorry my ignorance what is it IIS ?


    and i don't know either what is it System Service Model :(


    by the way about
    i added a screenshot


    thanks a lot
     

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    This has probably been asked and answered but why won't you go to Service Pack 3? If it's a matter of SP3 installation issues, IMO, you should consider wiping your PC and starting fresh. SP2 is a dead end and will become unsafe over time due to unpatched security holes...
     
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    I finally bit the bullet and upgraded to SP3 last month. I upgraded to SP3 using windows update and not the full downloaded install. No issues whatsoever. I also upgraded to ie7 from ie6 after the service pack upgrade. But, I would recommend that you do a full image backup first just in case.
     
  6. ABee

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Information_Services

    Can't tell you off the top of my head. You can google around for it.

    Looks like you're well-covered on .NET applications. ;)
    You did the right thing installing the update.
     
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  8. mantra

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    thanks

    i googled it but did not find an answer
    my xp is not in english , and i have not a service called Internet Information Services , maybe it's under another name
    under the name internet i have
    webclient
    windows firewall
    and alg

    googled it too no useful information

    anyway Thanks a lot
     
  9. ABee

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    The pertinent information for you from the Wikipedia link:

    Re: "System Service Model"--

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.servicemodel.servicecontractattribute.aspx

    You should be able to google that link, then select 'translate this page' to put it in Italian for you.

    But I doubt it'll do you much good.
    It's some pretty highly technical info that might as well be in Chinese, for all most of us are going to understand of it.
     
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