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#1 12/13/07 7:30 PM

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Windows XP service pack 3?

 
 
 

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#2 12/13/07 8:21 PM

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I had Windows XP SP3 running on my PC for like 20 minutes, it boosted XP's performance a bit but it corrupted a bunch of things, wait until it's official.

 
 
 

#3 12/13/07 10:17 PM

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Yeah, it did corrupt a lot of files in my registry even when I uninstalled it. Seems like I have to reinstall to Windows again :yikes:

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#4 12/17/07 3:27 PM

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which one do u prefer?

 
 
 

#5 12/17/07 3:42 PM

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Obviously SP2 right now.

 
 
 

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