If its something I can edit what do I need to add/change and to which files
Unfortunately this fix requires the skill of the release maintainer, the release may or may not need to be resigned as well - not sure.
If you want to have a look, the files are listed in your AutoPatcher log and in the spoiler
from post #7. The .apm files can be opened in any text editor.
Since your release is already Unofficial you can play with the details if you like but don't change the name of any .apm file - KB982381_IE8_vista_x86.apm
- the script will replace a file (by the exact name
) whose hash doesn't match but if the name changes the script wont know the new name and you will have a stray that will forever cause your
release to be Unofficial - unless you start fresh. The details are usually found by extracting the contents of the update (only for the experienced).
Believe it or not there have been a few people who have had one stray file that never got deleted, their release was Unofficial for a long time. Usually they waited too long before updating the release, the scripts were cleaned (thinned out, some detections removed) and so a lone file got left behind. To make it easier to find the strays the use of a recursive .md5 is used (either in the release or provided by the user) to scan an offending release or known good release.