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    Having the HP computer that apparently had problems with SP3 (AMD dual core), I have never installed it. Were there changes made after the initial release that would allow me to install it without problems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Chapman View Post
    Having the HP computer that apparently had problems with SP3 (AMD dual core), I have never installed it. Were there changes made after the initial release that would allow me to install it without problems?
    See Microsoft Windows XP SP3 Upgrade Utility for systems with AMD processors. - HP Customer Care (United States - English).

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    I've found that SP3 went much smoother as part of a total clean instal.
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