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Mon Aug 16, 2010 11:00 am

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I am trying to install service pack 2 on my windows partition, i have downloaded SP2 onto windows, it starts through the process, through extracting files, License Agreement, then to select options of uninstall folder at C:\windows\$Nt service pack uninstall$, then it goes to updating. then a message comes up Service Pack 2 Error there is not enough disc space on C:\windows\$Nt service pack uninstall$ to install service pack 2 set up requires a minimum of 4 additional megabits of free space or if you also want to archive the files for uninstallation setup requires 4 additional Meg of free space. Free additional space on your hard disc and try again. I have 23 Gigabit of space on the partitioned hard drive, can anyone help. Streetworks



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Mon Aug 16, 2010 3:29 pm

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I'm assuming you're using Boot Camp? If so, you might post this in the Windows on Mac >Boot Camp forum, so that people browsing the forums would better locate your question.

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