the updates are here click here
and I found this from Ars...........I found out where the updates go. For me, it's in the root of my D drive. I find this folder because I have allowed viewing of all file and folder types. The folder is called "WUTemp" (without "") When you begin to do the updates, and that window pops up with the progress bar, after the bar starts to move, do a search on your system for that folder name. As I watch the names of the files download, I watch the contents of that folder. When one update finishes downloading, I copy that update folder and all contents to a different folder elseware. When the last one gets downloaded, it begins to install the first one, and so on. It will delete everything it downloaded when all is done, except the files/folders that YOU copied. Or, (This could be the easiest way) you could also go to the actual Windows Update page, click on the link "Personalize Windows Update" on the left. Place a check in the option "Display the link to the Windows Update Catalog under See Also". Click "Save Settings" and go to the Update Catalog choice in the menu. Here you can choose all the downloads that you would have normaly choosen, but you now have an option to download them to a folder on your system and install them later. I have all 98/98SE/ME/2000/ and now XP Updates to date on CDs. I reinstall all my PCs atleast once a month, so their had to be an option to downloading everything all the time.