windows service pack 2 question

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  1. Yodaman456

    Yodaman456 New Member

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    if i install windows service pack 2 will it screw up my computer or will i have to reinstall my files and stuff, will they all be gone if i do this?
     
  2. 5Gen_Prelude

    5Gen_Prelude There might not be an "I" in the word "Team", but

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    No it won't
     
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    stoliohranj beautiful fucking tits man

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    no, it won't do anything to your computer bad
     
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    I think people not running sp2 already should be shot. It does not fuck up your machine in any way. Every problem I have heard regarding sp2 was either pebcak or involved an illigal copy of windows -- of which it's integrity is questionable.
     
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    We have a couple of systems at work that we can't install it on because it will break the apps the systems run.
     
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    And what app is it? I assume it is the apps fault for doing something in a way it should not be doing it?
     
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    It's an app for a ticketing program, and yes, it's the apps fault. The systems are all behind a pix, and nobody uses them directly, just remote mapping to the apps, so security wise, I'm not concerned, and reliability wise, the systems typically are up for a month at a time before we reboot them.
     

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