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How is it done?

by unstopablethunder / March 11, 2004 12:35 AM PST

Hi there i was wondering to ask dat when u download the WinXp updates from teh update site is there a way to specify whereto downloads teh update as i have to keep on updating windows evertime i install WinXp again.So if any oen can help me with that i'd appreciate it plz.

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Re:How is it done?
by Gakada / March 11, 2004 12:59 AM PST
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immediate help plzzz!!!
by unstopablethunder / March 11, 2004 7:43 AM PST
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isnt that the windows update site?
my q';s was how can i dowbnloads the updates in a specific folder so i have the updates everytime i install windows and not having to dowload the same downloads again again. ty plsz help

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Re:immediate help plzzz!!!
by Brandon Eng / March 12, 2004 11:29 AM PST

Go to "Find Updates, etc"- choose the proper version of XP you have (more than likely you DON'T have the 64 bit version). Then on checkout, you can browse to an area on your HD to download the updates. Create a folder first and call it something like "Updates", then burn it to a CD-R.

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