No, you don't want to burn the 410MB worth of files. The full Network Installation Package (266MB) which can be downloaded as a single file directly from Microsoft.
Yes, you burn this file as DATA to the CD. It's not music, is it?
If you are feeling up to it you may also want to check out slipstreaming SP2 to your XP installation and burning that to a CD so that the next time you reformat and install XP you automatically have SP2 installed.
It was suggested to me in a reply to my XP Home Service Pack 2 post from last week that I should burn SP2 to a CD.
How would I do that?
I've burned music and pictures to CD's but, I've never burned a program(if that's what SP2 is considered?) before.
Would I basically do the same thing to burn a program as I do for music and pictures?
I think I've located where the SP2 program is on my computer. I clicked on local disk, opened the windows folder and saw a folder titled Service Pac. I assume that's SP2?
It's 410MB in size.
I use Nero Ultra Edition 6 for any burning.
Any tips are appreciated.
Thanks to all who gave replies to my post last week.