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sodeep1963

Re-install XP SP3

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I am facing a problem which many may have encountered.

I have installed win xp sp3 and it has automatically got updated till date. However I need to replace the HDD with a higher storage for proper functioning.

The problem I discovered was that the PC started downloading all updates from the beginning. This is really a very long procedure. Now That Disk turned out to be defective & since under warranty, will get a replacement soon.

Now again I will to repeat the who;e process of downloading all updates & hotfixes!!

Is there any way I can have all these updates & hot fixes stored in one folder such that I can easily remain update after having the OS installed on the new drive?? Any help on this matter will be highly appreciated.

sodeep1963

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If your XP is English, simply make an up to date CD to install XP. Go to my website, http://xdot.tk/updates.html , download and run the UDC script and it will download all the updates you need. You then use nLite by adding them to the Hotfix, Add-ons and Update Packs section.

If you want IE8 instead of IE6, do what it says on my page.

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