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dakine
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      04-17-2004
do i really really really need these files on disk? i can always get
em off the disc, right... TIA
 
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      04-17-2004

On Sat, 17 Apr 2004 07:20:35 GMT, dakine wrote:

>do i really really really need these files on disk? i can always get
>em off the disc, right... TIA


Thats an odd directory name, servicepackfiles\i386.

It's the archive of the previous SP, when Archive files is selected
%SystemRoot%\$NtServicePackUninstall$ folder you mean?

You can select not to archive or delete these but in case of problems
you can't uninstall the SP you just put on.

Or the %SystemRoot%\$NtUninstallXXXXXX\ directories?
Delete these, but you can't then uninstall patches in case of problems.

Maybe you mean, \Program Files\WindowsUpdate\ , where Windows update
service downloads files.

Maybe it's the temp directory, during a SP install it creates.

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