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shisir_x

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is it possible to copy xp updates from one computer to another?? is there some place where the updates are stored so that we can manually copy them?? :tazz:
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No, but you can do two things....

You can download them separately, burn to a CD and then install them by clicking administrator options on the left side of WindowsUpdate page then choose update catalog,

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you can download something like AutopatcherXP, which includes updates with a nifty installer package and some nifty goodies....only drawback is the updates are about a month old.
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well , but the thing is, how can i download updates separately?everytime i try one through zdnet or so, it goes back to the microsoft site which is finally ridirected to the automatic updates program again.

where can i find a standalone file to download??
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....go to windows update, clicking administrator options on the left side of WindowsUpdate page then choose update catalog,
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