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Graham Petrie
23-09-2002, 06:02 PM
In one of the recent IDG email newsleetters I received there was an article describing problems some users have been having installing SP-1.

At the end was a recommendation as to how to install SP-1 with the least amount of problems

"Despite Microsoft's ongoing endorsement, some users say they will wait to see if Microsoft comes out with a second release of SP1. On internet support boards, the most common suggestion about installing SP1 is to first save a "restore point," a Win XP function that essentially takes a snapshot of the PC's drive and specifications. Then, users are advised, they should reformat the hard disk, reinstall Windows XP, and then install SP-1--and, of course, install applications and restore data files. "

What I would like to know is, what use is that restore point once you have formatted your drive - talk about dumb!

G P

-=JM=-
23-09-2002, 08:56 PM
good spotting GP :)