windows sp3

  Liza 20:38 24 Feb 08
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Can someone please help. Windows SP3 is not recognised by my isp so to get support I must remove sp3 and revert to sp2. I tried to get ms windows to do this but failed. Please help me remove service pack 3. liza

  Zak 20:42 24 Feb 08

click here

Uninstall information for the Windows XP SP3 Release Candidate
To uninstall Windows XP SP3, follow these steps: 1. Click Start, click Run, type appwiz.cpl, and then click OK.
2. Click Change or Remove Programs.
3. Click Windows XP Service Pack 3 (936929), and then click Remove.
4. Restart the computer.

  Zak 20:47 24 Feb 08
  iscanut2 20:48 24 Feb 08

Would be interested to know exactly what your ISP objects to. Are you able to give us any more info at all?

  Fingees 20:55 24 Feb 08

I can't understand your ISP even caring what version you have.

It's the browser you use, that does the work.
That has nothing whatsoever to do with the operating system.

  Zak 21:12 24 Feb 08

click here=

Langa Letter: XP's No-Reformat, Nondestructive Total-Rebuild Option
Fred Langa shows you how to completely rebuild, repair, or refresh an existing XP installation without losing data, and without having to reinstall user software, reformat, or otherwise destructively alter the setup.

By Fred Langa
InformationWeek
June 19, 2006 12:00 AM (From the June 19, 2006 issue)

  Liza 21:15 24 Feb 08

Hi Zak, Nuts and Fingees

I will try the steps you so kindly advise. Re why isp is interested. Well it advises to let it know when sp2 update has been installed, when I said mine's sp3 and not sp2 it said never heard of sp3 maybe its BETA so get ms windows to remove it.
Liza

  Liza 22:08 24 Feb 08

Hi Zak

Yes I did as you said and removed it and now no trouble from isp.
Thanks
Liza

  sunny staines 09:01 25 Feb 08

what isp was it please.

  cocteau48 09:26 25 Feb 08

The only possible relevance which I can think of is if your ISP is also your security provider.

  tullie 09:36 25 Feb 08

Never heard of an ISP asking this,i wouldent even consider tellig them as its nothing to do with them,what if you were using Firefox,Opera etc?

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