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Service Pack 2 for WindowsXP


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moondog830

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I have an SP2 disk that I got from Microsoft a while back and am wanting to know if it is the same
for both/all versions of XP ... Home, Pro, Can anyone help me on this?

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Ztruker

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Yes, there is only one version of SP2.

Directions here on how to successfully install XP SP2. Improper installation of this service pack has caused some significant problems for users. Read through the information here to improve your chances of success:
http://netsquirrel.c...cles/xpsp2.html

This one is even better:
http://www.windowstalk.org/sp2.htm
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The same principle will also apply to XP Service Pack 3 - can be installed on XP Home and Pro.
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Yes, yet again. Windows will only install the parts of the service pack that pertain to your system.
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