Installing KB2572067 On WEPOS and POSReady 2009

Customers have reported issues installing KB2572067 on some of their devices –Windows Update keeps installing the package over and over again, and installing it manually produces  a System Exception error window displayed, Error Code: 65535, Error Message: System Error once you try to run it. It appears to be unique to the logic of the…


FBWF Management Tool for POSReady 2009 is now Available for Download

A new feature, File Based Write Filter Management Tool, is now available for download for POSReady 2009. This out-of-band feature provides an application to monitor and configure the "File Based Write Filter (FBWF)". By default the application will start on system start and will register a notification area icon. The settings, however, allow suppressing the…


Update for POS for .NET 1.12 is Now Available

A new update for Microsoft® POS for .NET 1.12 Runtime and SDK is now available on the ECE site. This update includes: 980087 –  This update for Microsoft® POS for .NET 1.12 corrects situations where POS for .NET fails claims for a device that is already claimed by another account via an Argument exception instead of…


IE Out-of-Band Security Update and Various Optional Updates Now Available

The out of band Internet Explorer security update released in March for full Windows is now available on the ECE site for Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 and WEPOS. In addition the March 2010 Optional Updates are now available for Windows® Embedded Point of Service (they are not applicable to POSReady 2009). The Internet Explorer Out of Band update…


Jan 2010 Optional Updates Now Available on ECE

January 2010 Optional Updates are now available on the ECE site for POSReady 2009 and WEPOS. Included are the following: GB18030 is a Chinese character encoding standard. Products sold in China must conform to this standard. The GB18030 Support package contains a font, system libraries, and an applet for installation on XP based systems, with…


The August 2009 Security Updates Are Now Available on the ECE

The August 2009 Security Updates – Product Download is now available for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) on the ECE for Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 and Windows Embedded for Point of Service.   These updates are also individually available directly from the Microsoft Download center as well as Windows Update, however end-customers should refer to their OEM…


Out of Band August 2009 Security Updates Are Now Available on the ECE

The August 2009 Out-of-Band Security Update for POSReady 2009 and WEPOS – Product Download is now available on the ECE for Microsoft® Windows® Embedded POSReady 2009, Microsoft® Windows® Embedded for Point of Service 1.0 and Microsoft® Windows® Embedded for Point of Service 1.1. This OOB Security update is rated as Critical and includes: KB 972260…


Updates for .NET 3.5 SP1 as included with POSReady 2009 are now Available on MOO and ECE

This release contains updates for the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1. Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 was included inbox with Windows Embedded POSReady 2009. These updates are for POSReady OEMs using .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 to update their POSReady systems. Note: The updates should be installed in numerical order. Restarts may be required….


IE8 offered by Automatic Update/Windows Update for Windows Embedded for Point of Service and POSReady systems

Beginning the third week of April, Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) will be offered as a High-Priority update for Windows XP systems. Windows Embedded for Point of Service and Windows Embedded POSReady systems are identified as Windows XP by Automatic Update and Windows Update. As a general rule, the product team makes plans to test and…


Installing the GDI+ Security Update, KB938464, on Windows Embedded for Point of Service

Due to an issue with settings to minimize the footprint of WEPOS, a Security Update for GDI +, KB938464, is not getting installed. Please follow these instructions to install this important update. If you have already installed the SP3 update for WEPOS, you should use the files from the SP3QFE directory when instructed to move…