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My Computer Is Not Installing Sp3 Of The Microsoft Update
now if I DID overwite stuff... Todate, all is back to normal, and both operating systems function correctly, except I cannot use the USB functions at all on Winxp. What can I do to prevent this in the future? However, a copy of Windows XP purchased at retail in a shrink-wrapped box had no problems with Windows Update. find this
I have blocked all updates from Microsoft since, and it took me four days to recoup the 14 GB's of music lost due to the necessary reformat. I'm glad you were able to remove SP3 with no problems and thanks for the comments. We've Got Answers! Install of sp3 went without errors and system restart, but within 1-2 hrs starting getting Event log's of major system services not responding DCOM's and spooling services requiring system restart. Bonuses
It goes to a windows setup screen and restarts... Use the menu to rescan or F5. Wednesday, January 14, 2009 1:48 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This is probably a dead thread but I'll post here because it's the only thing I've found Reply dan says: June 11, 2008 at 11:54 am Upgraded my HP Windows XP-home a week ago and having no problems at all (touch wood!!!) Was shocked when I got into
- What can I do to fix this. Look again for your XP disk. If you can't find it, can you borrow one? If you can't borrow one you may need
- Reply Steven Fluharty says: June 11, 2008 at 12:57 pm I installed SP3 [edited by admin], and now my flash player will not work.
- Since this I purchased a portable hardrive to back up my music.
- You an also experience any of the problems outlined above because Automatic Updates installed this mess without your knowledge.
- Reply Leslie Buchanan says: March 7, 2012 at 10:40 am Hey, I don't think it's caused me any trouble.
- Seems that SP-3 when it installs it turns off the Security Center,Network and Firewall ICS from the Administrative Tools Services.I received the following error messages after Installing on several different computers
- Removing Service Pack 3 Back to Top You can use Add or Remove Programs to remove SP3 and restore your computer to its previous state.
- Reply Jonah says: June 19, 2012 at 1:04 am Hi, This Is my second comment in addition to my earlier posts, re Win XP Pro with SP-3.
If you do this, it is at your own risk. 4. Reply Mike says: July 9, 2008 at 8:13 pm SP3 suxxorz….period. #1 Any update that requires any Antivirus to be disabled should be suspect. #2 Wisely, I DL'd but did NOT Windows XP SP3 involves only the Client side SSP implementation and is currently being used by RDP 6.1 (TS), though it can be used by any third party application willing to PREVENTION There are a couple of ways to prevent this problem.
Reply Cindy says: June 7, 2008 at 2:45 am Well I too fell for the XP3 update..big mistake! Read over the new features below and decide for yourself if they're absolutely critical. you can't expect any more Reply Marsden Champaign says: June 8, 2008 at 3:35 pm I installed SP3 on May 21 with no apparent problems except that the install removed my https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/928d4778-6b98-4599-866c-539f78767b0a/my-computer-wont-boot-after-installing-sp3-not-even-in-safe-mode-or-last-working-configuration?forum=itproxpsp I am not happy with new Vista Home due to lack of drivers for old parts including no fax.
I'm getting close to jumping ship and going to Linux! So uninstalled sp3, and attempted to do system Restore to previous date and all restore points were gone, and all attempts to get system to function normal have failed and nothing Donâ€™t be one the unfortunates that is rear-ended while slowing to view the carnage. To see, try running Windows Update manually from the website to insure it can install patches.
Very very unhappy.Not to mention of course that there seems to be no safe way to boot of the CD and recover your OS, no just the good ol' reinstall the this nice update, huh? Shows Windows XP like start up, but then goes to black screen…Read more »Vote Up0Vote Down ReplyJanuary 6, 2011 2:43 amAnonymousShare On FacebookShare On TwitterShare On GoogleI did a complete reinstall Reply Steve Hogan says: June 10, 2008 at 5:34 pm While the % is limited to 12% the total MB will be determined by the size of the drive.
says: June 7, 2008 at 7:08 am After installing SP3 my computer hangs on boot up at the Windows is starting screen and just sits there like it cant find itself,no click here now I see some people are having issues with it. The problems manifested themselves in different ways. That should get Safe Mode cooking for you.
There are no issues installing any updates from Microsoft.Its okay on Win7. Post navigation Windows XP SP3 has problemsBattle Of The Sexes 317 thoughts on “Windows XP SP3 Issues and Fixes Continued” Parineeti Sapna says: October 30, 2013 at 6:09 pm service pack At that time we provided information from Jesper's Blog on various preventative measures and fixes. http://newsmdcommunications.com/my-computer/my-computer-please-help.html on a Dell Inspiron E1705 laptop with 2GB of memory Reply DBJr says: June 8, 2008 at 3:32 pm I decided to play it safe and installed the SP3 Blocker Tool
Sp3 kept on restarting my computer over and over arrrghhhhhhhh!- of course I switched off at the mains in a panic!!! to prevent you from having to download a gazillion updates. Rather than continuing to coupe the fallen victim, lets get on with it. 1.
They won't help Please let me know how to fix the problem.
Wish I'd investigated 1st. I doubt that aliens would buy such dinosaur prehistoric crappy and faulty OS ! November 4, 2012Google docs: how to subtract dates? Guess I'm lucky???
After the installation is complete, click Finish to restart your computer. this will take you to the restore menu. The latest service pack for Windows XP is Service Pack 3 (SP3). http://newsmdcommunications.com/my-computer/my-computer-has-gone-mad.html Reply Leslie Buchanan says: March 1, 2012 at 8:40 pm Now they tell us!
HOPEFULLY MICROSOFT WILL GET OFF THIER BUTTS AND PUT OUT THE PROPER FIXES FOR MY PRBLEMS AND EVERYONE ELSES.. I tried just about everything I could think of, I even attempted slipstreaming. The system has been very stable since, and there are no problems at all with SP-3, and USB. Don't know whats the big hype is about with SP3 anyway.
If you would like to continue with updates but avoid Service Pack 3, use this helpful link provided my Drew Mathers. after installation, it won't boot up in normal, safe mode or last working configuration. Luckily I noticed system crashing on attaching Microsoft USB mouse or any USB instrument. Looked for "Service Pke" thru control/add-remove, could not locate it.
If you have already installed SP3 be sure to check your System Restore settings. I guess no computer runs the same or acts the same. Reply Sam says: June 8, 2008 at 6:52 pm I have had no problems with sp3 on xp pro. Reply Geeks Computer Services says: June 7, 2008 at 4:09 pm I just recently completed an Unattended Install with SP-3 slipstreamed on XP Pro and after many hours of beta testing
When you first install IE7, you get a known buggy version. Microsoft's first suggestion was to download version 3 of the Windows Update "Agent" (file WindowsUpdateAgent30-x86.exe) to the root of the C disk, then run it with Start -> Run and the Please try the request again.
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