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Getting rid of temp service pack files

By hood5555
Sep 5, 2004
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  1. just out of curiosity i would like to know how to get rid of
    temp service pack files OR files that service pack installation saves incase u want to delete the service pack.

    It Would be Great if somebody would help me out here

    thanks to who ever trying to help

    :D
  2. xcks

    xcks TS Rookie

  3. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 8,165

    You talking about entries in your windows or winnt directory, such as $NtUninstallKB329115$ ?

    If yes, you can delete all these if you don't plan to UNinstall them.
    When done, go into Control Panel/Add-Remove Software and click on the corresponding entries. Windows of course cannot find them anymore, and should offer you to delete the entry. Confirm and you are done.
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