Windows Updates on CD

  Diodorus Siculus 11:33 06 Mar 2004

I have not seen this flagged up for a while, so here goes for the weekenders.

If anyone wants to get the windows updates on a CD from Microsoft, they can be ordered free of charge from click here

You will need a MS passport (Hotmail address basically).

  Diodorus Siculus 11:37 06 Mar 2004

click here

Posted twice in error. Kill!

  Mike2002 11:46 06 Mar 2004

A good idea. I assume they're not giving them away for free. But what I hate (in this particular instance) is that you first have to go through the Passport Registration process before you know how much the CD costs.

  Zak 11:52 06 Mar 2004


It is free, including p&p! I have ordered mine a week or so ago.

  struggle8 12:26 06 Mar 2004

why dont you just download them from microsoft through the save to option then burn to disc then you can update disc at an time cdrw i mean

  Big Elf 12:27 06 Mar 2004

Thanks. Just ordered it.

  Big Elf 12:30 06 Mar 2004

Some of the updates have to be applied in a certain order as prerequisites for other patches and the MS update numbering system isn't consistent.

  Diodorus Siculus 12:51 06 Mar 2004

struggle8 - people on dialup who have never downloaded any will be put off by the huge number which are necessary.

The CD contains all updates to 15 October 03.

  sgtdibble 13:26 06 Mar 2004

Thank Diodorus Siculus I have been trying for this CD for ages as I am on dial-up Tom>>>

  Zak 19:06 19 Mar 2004

Nicely packaged. Two CDs one with 1 year free trial of EZ Armor - AV and Firewall and the other the Microsoft Windows Security Update CD February 2004.

Thanks Microsoft.

  Tim1964 19:48 19 Mar 2004

Got mine yesterday (Thursday)

That'll be handy

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