Updating service pack
Ordering the service pack on a CD Preparing for installation Cannot install Windows XP with integrated Service Pack 2 Cannot install Service Pack 2 Boot or shutdown problems after Service Pack 2 installation The Service Pack 2 firewall Networking problems after installing Service Pack 2 NET SEND messages no longer received Computer does not work properly with Service Pack 2 Programs stop working or behave differently with Service Pack 2 Data Execution Prevention (DEP) Removing the uninstall information New and revised documentation Closing remarks, comments This page deals with problems caused or triggered by the installation of Service Pack 2 for Windows XP, and this information is also relevant to Service Pack 3.Please add questions and solutions below as comments.
Use a Windows XP computer to do the slipstreaming or locate a workaround.For this you need the full (Network) Service Pack 2 file (266 MB), which can be downloaded from: Family Id=049C9DBE-3B8E-4F30-8245-9E368D3CDB5A These articles describe the procedure: For more descriptions, try: (Click on at the bottom of this page.) Service Pack 2 (SP2) appeared on 2004-08-06.It is an important upgrade and should be installed on all Windows XP computers.
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