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 Feb 12, 2008 - 08:26 AM - by Michael
* Poor Man's SP3

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If you're reinstalling XP, you know it takes forever - fortunately there's a nice project aiming to streamline the process significantly. APC Mag give them a nice review:

A better option which we?ve just discovered is the innovative work of Alek Patsouris. Entitled ?Project Dakota?, it?s a self-contained boot CD which contains all the necessary updates to automatically patch a Windows XP SP2 system with all the patches available at the CD?s build time. It also contains Service Pack 2, so you can use it to bring non-SP2 systems into compliance, and it comes bundled with other third-party applications like Firefox and Quicktime.


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