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ellocolatino

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wanted to know how do i start running itunes on my computer as it still wont let me it says l need xp sp2 can l work aroud that?
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Why not just update Windows? It's always a good idea to have the latest release of your operating system.
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SP2 fixed MANY security holes. Some sites will even refuse to help users with virus/malware problems who haven't upgraded to SP2 because the risk of becoming re-infected is so high.

I agree with spyderturbo007, just upgrade to SP2....
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thank you for youre help is sp2 a program? can l buy it ? download it maybe?
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It stands for Service Pack 2 and is provided free to everyone who has a legitimate copy of Microsoft Windows XP. The latest version is actually SP3, which is also provided by Microsoft. Do you do your Windows updates?

Go here to do your updates if you don't have them set automatically.

Edited by Spyderturbo007, 04 January 2010 - 07:07 AM.

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