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Windows XP - How to tell which Service Pack is installed
Published Date : 01 Apr 2005   Last Updated : 08 Jan 2007   Content Ref: TEC393756  


  1. If your Start Menu has 2 columns, right click My Computer. Otherwise right click My Computer on the Desktop
  2. Click Properties from the menu
  3. The Service Pack installed will be listed under System (no entry here indicates no Service Pack)

The following screenshots are examples of what you may see

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