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Zbolts

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I am running Window XP Professional with Service Pack 2. I have been using Creative Media Source to rip CDs. I can no longer rip CDs and get the following error.

Your music library is corrupted and cannot be recovered. Media Source will try to create a new music library. This PC Music Library cannot be opened as the database engine is corrupted. Please run the Microsoft Jet Engine 4.0 Service Pack 3 or above that is available at the Microsoft web site.

The latest service pack is 8, but service pack 2 for XP is a newer update.

How do I fix my database engine? Is that really my problem or can it be something else?
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The latest service pack is 8, but service pack 2 for XP is a newer update.


Are you sure you're not confusing the Jet Engine service packs with the XP OS service packs?

XP SP2 and Jet Engine SP8 are completely different things.
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I tried to install sevice pack 8 for jet engine 4.0, but it said since I have service pack 2 for XP I had the latest updates for jet engine 4.0.
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