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system_updates [2020/10/28 22:41]
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-==== 3. Extract updates ====+===== 3. Extract updates =====
  
 Open command prompt as admin and extract the ''.cab'' files from the ''.msu'' files you've downloaded. It should be obvious as to which ''.cab'' files are the correct ones from their file size (you want the big ones). Example: Open command prompt as admin and extract the ''.cab'' files from the ''.msu'' files you've downloaded. It should be obvious as to which ''.cab'' files are the correct ones from their file size (you want the big ones). Example:
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-==== 4. Disable internet access ====+===== 4. Disable internet access =====
  
 Remove the ethernet cable, or otherwise, disable internet access to your machine. Reboot to the Ubuntu USB stick. Remove the ethernet cable, or otherwise, disable internet access to your machine. Reboot to the Ubuntu USB stick.
   
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-==== 5. (Temporarily) reverse amelioration in Linux ====+===== 5. (Temporarily) reverse amelioration in Linux =====
  
 Once in Ubuntu, navigate to the ''restore.sh'' script on root of your Windows install drive and run it from terminal. This will restore the //removed files// in ''C:\AME_Backup'' to their original locations. Once in Ubuntu, navigate to the ''restore.sh'' script on root of your Windows install drive and run it from terminal. This will restore the //removed files// in ''C:\AME_Backup'' to their original locations.
  
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-==== 6. Apply updates in Windows ====+===== 6. Apply updates in Windows =====
  
 Reboot into Windows and install the updates **offline** from an elevated command prompt. Reboot into Windows and install the updates **offline** from an elevated command prompt.
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-==== 7. Re-ameliorate in Windows ====+===== 7. Re-ameliorate in Windows =====
  
 Once you are back into Windows, run the ''amelioration_1903_[...].bat'' **BATCH** script and run the first option. There will likely be a lot of errors as most of the tasks have already been completed. Reboot when the script has completed to verify that everything is still working. Once you are back into Windows, run the ''amelioration_1903_[...].bat'' **BATCH** script and run the first option. There will likely be a lot of errors as most of the tasks have already been completed. Reboot when the script has completed to verify that everything is still working.
  
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-==== 8. Re-ameliorate in Linux ====+===== 8. Re-ameliorate in Linux =====
  
 Boot the Ubuntu USB stick again, place the ''ameliorate_1903_[...].sh'' **BASH** script on the root of your windows drive and run it from terminal. Boot the Ubuntu USB stick again, place the ''ameliorate_1903_[...].sh'' **BASH** script on the root of your windows drive and run it from terminal.
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-==== Process complete ====+===== Process complete =====
  
 Once the script has completed, you can boot back into Windows, the process is complete. Pat yourself on the back and carry on with your business. Once the script has completed, you can boot back into Windows, the process is complete. Pat yourself on the back and carry on with your business.
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