RE: [NTO] XP SP2
- Hi Christine,
I clicked that button.
Nero needed a fix after that, most else is OK. I don't see any advantage and
on balance I think it is slightly slower, but this is just my perception -
its certainly not a big difference.
Basically I could not advise you to load it. Restore points indicate it
could be unloaded. I would prefer to rebuild from the backup!
Do you have that list of problem apps perchance?
From: Christine [mailto:christine@...]
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 9:27 AM
To: Note Tab Off-Topic
Subject: [NTO] XP SP2
Any opinions on SP2? I've seen the (growing) list of apps that SP2 causes
to freeze and it ain't looking good.
My auto installer is nagging me to just cliiiiiiick the button. Come on.
Just installlll and everything'll be alllll right.
Any feedback on your part yet?
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- On Tuesday, September 07, 2004 at 8:55, Lloyd wrote:
> Stay strong. The other day my grandson (the computer major at theNOt one problem here with SP2.
> University) helped me by loading it on my XP. The next time I used the
> computer after about 2 hours of use, it re-booted itself. Or should I say
> tried to re-boot itself. I am up and running again after the re-formatting
> of my "C" drive.
>Have a look at this,
> No matter how well you think you are doing with saving everything.
> Re-formatting will show you that you didn't do well enough.
This is the best one I have seen. I use it and have restore more than
once with this to a new hard drive and the like.
I have restored just the xp partition using this. I use to use Ghost but
> -------Original Message-------
> From: ntb-OffTopic@yahoogroups.com
> Date: 09/07/04 06:36:27
> To: ntb-OffTopic@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: RE: [NTO] XP SP2
> My autoupdate keeps nagging me, but I'm strong and ignore it.
> Things are running (relatively) well, with infrequent crashes, so I'm
> going to just leave it where it is for now. Thanks all for the thoughts!