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WinXP SP2 won't install on Mac

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Okay... I installed Windows XP on my Mac and I need to install the drivers (BootCamp). But every time I try to install the drivers it tells me I need to install Service Pack 2 or higher. So I do, but while trying to install, it gives me an error that I am out of hard drive space and I at least need four (4) megabytes of free space to complete the installation. Here's the error:

"Servive Pack 2 Setup Error"

"There is not enough disk space on: C:\WINDOWS\&NtServicePackUninstall$ to install Service Pack 2. Setup requires a minimum of 4 additional megabytes of free space or if you also want to archive the files for uninstallation, Setup requires 4 additional megabytes of free space. Free additional space on your hard disk and then try again."
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