XP SP3 Final RTM - Direct Download!


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MtnDewCodeRedFreak
XP Pro is about 654MB with SP3 int.

I checked mine - weird thing is mine's at 611 MB - and it's XP Pro with SP3.

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Ficman

Installed the SP3 on my Virtual PC instance, looks like the full meal real deal... So far everything seems to run great... :)

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Johnr
sounds like you just need to run the boot recovery tools on the XP cd, theres stuff in there to fix your boot.ini automatically (I think)

Tried a bootcfg /rebuild, Didn't really work...

Will try messing around a bit more later.

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RmG

Which should I choose for XP SP3 RTM? (what filesize seems to be correct?)

xpsp3hc1.jpg

p.s. It's from here

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CrashG
Which should I choose for XP SP3 RTM? (what filesize seems to be correct?)

xpsp3hc1.jpg

p.s. It's from here

Any of the 316.43 sized ones.

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me.me.me

OK, here some news, don't know if u guys tried, or know about but i did it by myself and it worked, finished the install on my laptop few minuts ago.

First:

U don't need use an SP1 or SP2 XP CD. I used the old and good XP without any update. (Windows.XP.Pro.Corporate.Final-DEVILS0WN)

Second:

integrated the SP3 with autostreamer, very easy app to be truth.

Third:

in MY CASE, i don't needed add the boot file (Microsoft Corporation.img) cause i integrated my SATA driver controller with nlite, them it did the boot automatic for me.

That's it. I did by myself and it works, u DON'T need a SP1 or SP2 XP disk, just integrate the SP3 and it work as a charm.

If i can help anyone, i'll be refreshing the topic.

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roadgeek9

When you install SP3, do you need to uninstall any existing SP3 betas (I am using RC2 now and downloading SP3)?

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DooGie
When you install SP3, do you need to uninstall any existing SP3 betas (I am using RC2 now and downloading SP3)?

Yes you should uninstall the betas first.

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Stephen

note this is on a pretty much spare machine atm, so you can use it as much as you want.

SERVER IS IN EU and has very good connections to rest of world

ste

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Coldgunner

they might as well stick the damn thing on download centre now lol

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+warwagon

So far installed it on 1 vm and all 3 of my XP machines. All went off without a hitch.

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JustGeorge

We're 100% certain that the file with MD5 - BB25707C919DD835A9D9706B5725AF58 is the correct one?

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Raa
We're 100% certain that the file with MD5 - BB25707C919DD835A9D9706B5725AF58 is the correct one?

Yes.

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JustGeorge

Thanks. I DL'd it from MajorGeeks and was paranoid, thats all :p

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sundayx

Majorgeeks got it in 312MB how come?

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JustGeorge
Majorgeeks got it in 312MB how come?

Mine is from MG and its 316 meg. Some of their servers must have the wrong file or something.

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Stephen

my mirror is

[ste@ste-soft download]$ md5sum WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.exe

bb25707c919dd835a9d9706b5725af58 WindowsXP-KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.exe

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CrashG
So far installed it on 1 vm and all 3 of my XP machines. All went off without a hitch.

Pretty much the same here. Installed on 3 XP machines, no problems.

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Oblivion

is this the final complete version of XP SP3?

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RmG
Any of the 316.43 sized ones.

Thanks.

Does anyone noticed if SP3 installs the KB892130 update (Windows Genuine Advantage validation) or not? :)

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jimbo12141

Installed and running very nicely!

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mtnsteve
Thanks.

Does anyone noticed if SP3 installs the KB892130 update (Windows Genuine Advantage validation) or not? :)

I'm not positive, but I don't think so. It never asked for validation during the install but when I went to Windows Update to see what they still listed, it reinstalled Windows Genuine Advantage validation before I could continue. It did that on both Windows XP Home installs I did.

btw, the only things still showing on Windows Update was a hardware update (optional), Media player 11 and Root Certificates.

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DrCheese

Anyone notice that it doesn't display IE7 as an update when you have SP3 installed? (even if you don't have IE7 on).

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