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I Windows Movie Maker part of Windows XP operating system or part of Office?


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Hello, waynf

 

XP version of Windows Movie Maker is included in Service Packs 2 and 3. It is not available separately.

 

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Thanks


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I just checked on Control Panel>System and Service Pack 3 is indicated as being on pc.  The reason for all of this is that some of the Video enhancements for Windows Movie Maker are missing and I am desirous of re-installing Windows Movie Maker, so please advise proper procedure for this.


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Do you still have your Windows XP CD?
If you do, you can try this

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