>>Is it possible to uninstall the Windows service pack 2? in add remove programs to return to how things were prior to the download. ( I know some of these downloads are irreversable)<<
Do you see SP2 listed in the add/remove section of XP? If so, I would "assume" you could remove SP2, but I don't know for sure. If it were me I would give it a try assuming it is listed in add/remove. Worst case is you will have to re-format and start over w/o SP2.
I keep hearing stories like yours from so many people [not all who have installed SP2, but a LOT who have] that I have decided NOT to install SP2 until M$ releases the fixes I "hear" they are already working on.
After downloading Win Ser/pack 2 I am having problems with WinTV and my WI-FI pc card adapter on my laptop.
I am constantly getting a message ballon from the sys tray saying the wireless connection is good then the connection has failed.
WinTV has various problems from breaking up sound to producing an on screen message with the IE heading saying that script errors have been found on this page do you want to continue running scripts. I click yes nothing happens and the same if I click no. Click the close x a couple of times and it goes. The tv picture then reduces to a third size with no other parts of the program's interface showing so ctrl alt delete is needed to bring up task manager to close the program.
As for as I am aware WinTV doesn't connect to the Internet to work?????????? so why I get this script error can any one advise.
I use Outlook for email and this is also acting very strangley giving mail delivery errors and duplicating the email messages in my inbox.
Is it possible to uninstall the Windows service pack 2? in add remove programs to return to how things were prior to the download. ( I know some of these downloads are irreversable)
Thanks all Martin