xp updates

  polish 19:09 22 Mar 04
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is it possible to save windows updates to disc instead of dowmloading them after a format of the hard drive

  powerless 19:13 22 Mar 04

Download: click here

MS CD: click here

  beeuuem 19:15 22 Mar 04

This link gives a list of updates and links to download them. You can save these and copy to CD.
click here

If you wish to can go to the Windows Update site and personalise the settings
click here
On the page click 'Personalize Windows Update' then select 'Select options for Windows Update'from the page that then opens. This gives you 'Windows Update Catalog' on the Windows Update page. When you click on this option you can select the updates that you want to download and save for future use.





There are a couple of ways to do this:-
1/

If you look at the link click here provided This is the XP roll up link with all the current updates.
click here
SP1 must be installed before using this download.


by flecc click here in the first post you can download the updates you need for your system.
This is the easiest way.
When you D/L them save them to a new folder, call it 'updates' or whatever suits you. The Updates will only be installed if you go to the folder and manually install them. D/Loading them all will take some time, but it will only have to be done once.
When you have them all, burn the folder to CD-R.



2/
You can also find the updates at the following site which gives a list of updates and links to download them. You can save these and copy to CD.
click here

3/

You can personalize Windows updates, as below, which will also allow you to download individual updates and save them. To do this you need to kow which updates are on your system. These can be found if you install Aida32 (Personal System Information version, #2) from click here When installed run the programme and look in Software > click on Windows updates and it will display all the updates that you have installed.



If you wish to can go to the Windows Update site and personalise the settings
click here
On the page click 'Personalize Windows Update' then select 'Select options for Windows Update'from the page that then opens. This gives you 'Windows Update Catalog' on the Windows Update page. When you click on this option you can select the updates that you want to download and save for future use.

Hope all this helps.

  polish 19:39 22 Mar 04

thanks for replies v helpful

  TommyRed 21:51 22 Mar 04

Are they Scottish widows? lol TR

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