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|DRC| Wartex






Thursday, December 23 2004, 15:43:22 #19125     Windows XP SP2 SP3 Service Pack 2 and 3 direct download link


For those who unsuccesfully searched for it:

SP2: http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/6/5/165b076b-aaa9-443d-84f0-73cf11fdcdf8/WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU.exe

SP3: http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownload/update/software/svpk/2008/04/windowsxp-kb936929-sp3-x86-enu_c81472f7eeea2eca421e116cd4c03e2300ebfde4.exe

NOTE: Microsoft purposefully created a user-friendly, easy to remember URL ROFL


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Tuesday, December 28 2004, 07:05:57 #19269     


wait... so me, having a less than legal copy of windows, should'nt download this.. right?
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Rusky






Tuesday, December 28 2004, 11:16:08 #19278     


not unless it's the corp version
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Photek






Tuesday, December 28 2004, 12:49:27 #19281     


Is the SP2 good or bad?
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Tuesday, December 28 2004, 12:58:21 #19282     


Mehb, turn off the firewall and virus protection and its fine.
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Tuesday, December 28 2004, 13:06:45 #19283     


I guess good. When it first came out there was a lot of compatibility issues with sp2 and some apps but I think most of it has been resolved. Its supposed to plug up security holes in windows so now maybe theres only 10909490823890 flaws instead of 38345987450784309857984
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Tuesday, December 28 2004, 13:20:18 #19284     


Wartex sent me SP2 or gave me a link to it before, it wasn't the same language as my Windows, so I couldn't install it. Let's hope this one works. Yes
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Wednesday, December 29 2004, 10:58:57 #19335     


is sp2 "safe" yet all ive heard are bad things.. and who needs the shitty sw firewall when you have a router?
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|DRC| psycheus






Wednesday, December 29 2004, 19:14:49 #19367     


My friends dad installed this on his work computer and lost everything. I just don't like it, but thats just me.
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Wednesday, December 29 2004, 20:23:20 #19371     


Hardware firewall isnt a cureall. You need a software firewall. There are tricks to everything remember that.
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Monday, January 3 2005, 14:52:11 #19579     


I've got sp2, and no problems so far...
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Monday, January 3 2005, 15:40:05 #19581     


|DRC| Marblecake wrote:
Hardware firewall isnt a cureall. You need a software firewall. There are tricks to everything remember that.


Marble don't tell that one to anyone who is CCNA-certified. Wink Modern hardware firewalls are as flixible as software, and are a lot faster.
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Monday, January 3 2005, 16:12:26 #19582     


|DRC| Wartex wrote:
|DRC| Marblecake wrote:
Hardware firewall isnt a cureall. You need a software firewall. There are tricks to everything remember that.


Marble don't tell that one to anyone who is CCNA-certified. Wink Modern hardware firewalls are as flixible as software, and are a lot faster.


Very true, though hardware firewalls, routers, need a bit more work done to allow people to be able to direct connect to your pc.
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Tuesday, January 4 2005, 11:34:45 #19629     


I enjoy using my version of win xp pro sp2 was integrated into the install in other word it comes with the instal of windows it works fantastic i have no problems.
 
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Tuesday, January 4 2005, 11:35:35 #19630     


Nor do I. Wink
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Tuesday, January 4 2005, 13:08:55 #19635     


when I boot up w/sp2 it takes that stupid red shield thing like 3 minutes to pop up with the message "you have no firewall on and no antivirus" (yet I always run antivirus). durring that 3 minutes or so I can't do anything with the pc its pretty much useless. Annoying. After that its fine. Question Confused
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Tuesday, January 4 2005, 14:11:48 #19640     


u can turn that shit off man when u click on it and it says reccomendations select some shit u get the idea.
 
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Tuesday, January 4 2005, 14:19:54 #19641     


You should fire the red box
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Tuesday, January 4 2005, 20:12:08 #19685     


|DRC| Rusky wrote:
not unless it's the corp version


Shit, I use corp. I tried it anyways, didn't work. Sad
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Tuesday, January 4 2005, 22:55:53 #19692     


weird...
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Sunday, January 9 2005, 20:43:23 #19926     


|DRC| Wartex wrote:
|DRC| Marblecake wrote:
Hardware firewall isnt a cureall. You need a software firewall. There are tricks to everything remember that.


Marble don't tell that one to anyone who is CCNA-certified. Wink Modern hardware firewalls are as flixible as software, and are a lot faster.


True, but I'm sure he's talking about consumer products and not enterprise equipment.

With a software firewall you have a bit more control as what comes in and especially goes OUT. With your consumer SPI firewall, you may be able to block invoming connections, but what happens when you download a virus that decides to send information OUT of your system. It stops nothing.
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Friday, March 13 2009, 18:38:05 #41317     


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Monday, April 27 2009, 09:42:43 #41590     


Good
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