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What's the latest on SP-3?

by Coryphaeus / February 15, 2008 9:15 PM PST

Haven't seen much lately. Does this mean no one's done it? Everyone has with no problems? Everyone has but their machines are completely destroyed so they can't post?

I have it downloaded and ready to install, but there doesn't seem to be much discussion on it.

To quote a famous actor, "Is it safe?"

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Here's one
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / February 15, 2008 9:44 PM PST
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Their still working on a final version
by eddie11013 / February 15, 2008 10:58 PM PST
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They are up to build 3300. I have it installed and its working fine on my computer, windows xp pro.
Bottom line, I guess, if you don't feel adventurous, then don't install whatever version you have. Minor note, these current builds are supposed to be time bombed, meaning, after about six months from date of build, they will no longer work. Of course, by then, one would have gotten the final version and you would think have installed it. That is of course, if you were adventurous enough to begin with. LOL
Have a good weekend,
Eddie

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I installed it a while back
by PudgyOne / February 16, 2008 2:30 AM PST

an it works faster that SP2.

If I use Belarc Advisor with it, there are less Windows Updates install on my system.

That's all I know.


Rick

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