Download Windows XP Update Rollup 1

Where can I download Windows XP Update Rollup 1?

Update – SP2 is out

On August 9, 2004, Microsoft released SP2 for Windows XP. SP2 is the latest collection of updates for Windows XP.

See the Download Windows XP SP2 page for more info, and the Windows 2000/XP SP Slipstreaming page for info on how to integrate SP2 into your existing media.

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On October 15, 2003, Microsoft has released Update Rollup 1 for Microsoft Windows XP. An update rollup is a cumulative set of hotfixes, security patches, critical updates, and updates that are packaged together for easy deployment. Update Rollup 1 for Windows XP is a single package that includes many previously released critical updates for Windows XP. For additional information about the critical updates that are included in this update rollup, click the following article numbers to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

810565 Hyperlinks Open in Internet Explorer Instead of in Default Browser or Help and Support Center

821557 MS03-027: An Unchecked Buffer in the Windows Shell Could Permit Your System to Be Compromised

811493 MS03-013: Buffer Overrun in Windows Kernel Message Handling Could Lead to Elevated Privileges

328310 MS02-071: Flaw in Windows WM_TIMER Message Handling Can Enable Privilege Elevation

823980 MS03-026: Buffer Overrun in RPC May Allow Code Execution

331953 MS03-010: Flaw in RPC Endpoint Mapper Could Allow Denial of Service Attacks

323255 MS02-055: Unchecked Buffer in Windows Help Facility May Allow Attacker to Run Code

810577 MS03-005: Unchecked Buffer in Windows Redirector May Permit Privilege Elevation

815021 MS03-007: Unchecked Buffer in Windows Component May Cause Web Server Compromise

329115 MS02-050: Certificate Validation Flaw Might Permit Identity Spoofing

329170 MS02-070: Flaw in SMB Signing May Permit Group Policy to Be Modified

817606 MS03-024: Buffer Overrun in Windows Could Lead to Data Corruption

814033 Cannot Install Driver Updates from the Windows Update Web Site

810833 MS03-001: Unchecked Buffer in the Locator Service Might Permit Code to Run

823559 MS03-023: Buffer Overrun in the HTML Converter Could Allow Code Execution

329048 MS02-054: Unchecked Buffer in File Decompression Functions May Allow Attacker to Run Code

329441 You Cannot Create a Network Connection After You Restore Windows XP

817287 Windows Update 643 Error and the Catalog Database

329390 MS02-072: Unchecked Buffer in Windows Shell Might Permit System Compromise

329834 MS02-063: Unchecked Buffer in PPTP Implementation May Permit Denial-of-Service Attacks

811630 HTML Help Update to Limit Functionality When It Is Invoked with the window.showHelp Method

824146 MS03-039: A Buffer Overrun in RPCSS May Allow Code Execution

Note Update Rollup 1 for Windows XP is not available for 64-bit versions of Windows XP.


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Update Rollup 1 for Windows XP (9.2mb)

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