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XP Service Pack 3

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Posted on 12-05-08 03:36
Has anyone downloaded XP Service Pack 3 yet?

If so, is it any good and what are (if any) the viewable changes to XP?

Also, is there anything bad about XP SP3?


Thanks in advance,
Zer0Man


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RE: XP Service Pack 3

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Posted on 12-05-08 06:41
I haven't downloaded it yet, but I'm looking forward to all the network fixes ^^


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RE: XP Service Pack 3

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Posted on 14-05-08 19:31
Bump... Anyone downloaded it yet? Grin


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RE: XP Service Pack 3

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Posted on 14-05-08 19:37
ask me in 45 minutes Pfft


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RE: XP Service Pack 3

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Posted on 14-05-08 20:16
I will not go near XP SP3 for at least 3 - 6 months after its release.

This is the same with all Windows Security Patches for me.


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RE: XP Service Pack 3

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Posted on 14-05-08 20:43
I have to agree with AldarHawk.
I've said the same about practically every Microsoft released software, OS or patch.
Give it it's time for people to either complain or praise Pfft



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RE: XP Service Pack 3

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Posted on 14-05-08 21:12
Does anyone know what validation methods and anti-piracy are included? (WGA and such)

:matey:


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Posted on 14-05-08 23:53
AldarHawk wrote:
I will not go near XP SP3 for at least 3 - 6 months after its release.


Well stated, I am the same way.

I'm surprised I haven't heard any "OMG sp3 killed my computer" stories yet.


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Posted on 15-05-08 00:07
I installed it. Regretfully. I was just downloading them all and well.. Slipped my view until like far in. So I kept with it. I regret it now because well.. SP3... Microsoft... United States.... Something probably up with it. Can people (in general) debug this and find out more about it?