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Old 11-27-2004, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default incomplete service pack 2 folders

I had some problems when i was installing service pack 2 because of my third party XP customization program, it took 2 mistrials before i realized what the problem was. Now i have 2 folders on my C drive that are named 980cb7d3f674daf963 and d5ba224e7e4e1ba4211b43e186cf, and both the folders have exactly the same contents. My question is, if i delete these folders, will there be any problems? I know this is probably a stupid question, but i don't want to mess up Windows...again...

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Yah, you can safely delete those folders. They are the contents of the extracted service pack files, ready to be installed.


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thanks intercodes, i just deleted them and freed up about 700 megs worth of space on my HD.
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