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Cannot upgrade TC1000 to XP SP3 no error codes given, win upd not working also tried standalone upgr no luck

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I'm not sure what your abbreviations mean but the only time I've had a problem with SP3 was down to a poor internet connection and lack of virtual memory on an old machine.

I was able to reset the virtual memory by using the Help files on the PC.

To over come the poor internet connection, I downloaded SP3 and saved it to a USB flash drive.

That way I was able to install having stopped all running processes.

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