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Office xp is not installing on windows xp service pack2

Initially my computer was having WINDOWS XP with OFFICE XP. Recently I formatted my computer and installed WINDOWS XP SP2 and when I tried to install our old OFFICE XP. The setup wasn't responding so I went to g;\files\support\q282879 I got a reply that you can install this update only on Build 2195.

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When Microsoft publicly releases a particular Service Pack,
it does not change at all. If future updates are recommended,
they are available at the Windows Update web site.

In other words, there are no differing versions of a
Service Pack "build" once it is designated as RTM
(Released To Manufacturing).

"Build" is the version number when the CD was pressed, normally the RTM
(release to manufacture).

so, the solution to your problem is get another XP cd and reinstall it..

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