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Window update folder?


Please someone show me "the folder" contain "window update file" when update from http://www.update.microsoft.com....?

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Windows updates are not stored in a specific folder. If you apply the updates through Windows/Microsoft Update they are stored in a temporary location, installed and then the download is deleted - automatically.

The uninstallation files for those updates which can be uninstalled are in C:\Windows and are hidden files. (Tools > Folder Options > View - show hidden files & folders.)

If you want to keep copies of the updates installation files they can be downloaded from Windows Update using Administrative options to your hard drive.

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keep copies of the updates installation files ?


I Really want to keep copies of the updates installation files, so How can i do that?

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I would be interested to know why .....

If it is to help in a future clean install download SP3, which contains all the updates since SP1 and slipstream it into your XP CD (retail)

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If you want to keep copies of the updates installation files they can be downloaded from Windows Update using Administrative options to your hard drive.
It is likely that not all are there as some may not be intended to be installed at a later date.

Windows/Microsoft Update > Use Administrative Options > click the Windows Update Catalogue link > type in Windows XP into the Search box. The results exceed 1000 updates, not all of which you will require - so good luck

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