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Old 10-11-2006, 12:36 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Well if MS finds an exploit and issues a patch/fix for it and nobody updates their systems, there system basically is exploited/vulnerable. If may sound better when they say vulnerable because your system hasnt been afftected yet, but it you are vulnerable, your system can be exploited. So you are basically running an exploited copy of XP untill you apply the fixes and SP's, then you are running an updated copy of XP.
Yes, I am aware of that. Didn't get what you mean.

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There should be no major conflicts so long as SP2 is installed on a fresh format/install.
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There should be no major conflicts so long as SP2 is installed on a fresh format/install.
I slipstreamed both SP1 and SP2. Didn't test SP2, yet.
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Common talldude this should already be installed on your machine, you are better than that I have seen your posts..lol
My PC has Service Pack 3 Windows XP on it.
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That is fake though.
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Old 10-11-2006, 05:36 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I slipstreamed both SP1 and SP2. Didn't test SP2, yet.
That also works.
Nlite or another program?
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That also works.
Nlite or another program?
Using the CMD console.
Start --> Run --> CMD

First you have to copy your XP disc to your HDD, then download SP1 or SP2. Then enter some commands in teh CMD console and you are done. You can then burn it if you want.
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