You are in luck. You can update it yourself with dism++. Install 20 or 30 at a time then reboot. Takes a while to do it all.
My OS is Vista Home Premium 32-Bit. Will this file work for my system?
Hi freeze:I am not sure if the last post about installing vista to a spare partition is directed to me or not. Any way I was 3/4 the way through installing the updates when I saw the post. However every update failed. I tried it again but this time I downloaded the service pack 1 first and it appeared to download.
Thanks! Yea I appreciate your help. I tried the links you posted in post #104, but they did not work for me.Hi freeze:
Your 20-Oct-2021 post # 103 in Brink's thread Why SP1 may not be available for you and how to get it said you had already reinstalled Vista and were looking for self-extracting installers for SP1 and SP2. Instead of starting from scratch and reinstalling Vista again using a slipstreamed ISO that includes SP1 and SP2, it might be simpler for you to download SP2 using the download link I provided in post # 104 of Brink's thread and just install SP2 manually (assuming Dism++ was able to install the prerequisite SP1). Then you can use Dism++ to install the remaining ~ 200 security updates (in small batches of ~30 updates at a time followed by a re-boot as SIW2 suggested <above>) that were released between SP2 (May 2009) and the end of extended support on 11-Apr-2017.
Hi freeze:I tried the links you posted in post #104, but they did not work for me.
Service Pack 1: https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=Vista KB936330
Service Pack 2: https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=Vista KB948465