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Indeed it was virtually hours before the initial updates kicked in. It's my own half-baked theory that there are probably a couple of GBs-worth of updates to download and process and nothing kicks in until these are indexed and assimilated, before they show up as being available.Could also be that MS has deliberately limited the available bandwith, hence they take way longer to download than previously. I did not attempt to activate the XP re-install after the initial installation from the Windows disk because of a "catch 22" that I was in.

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My computers are on a wireless home network and to access the internet (for the purpose of activation), the connection between the computer and the wirless router has to first be "set up".

When attempting to run the setup software for the router without SP3 installed, a message appears saying that, in order to run the setup software, the computer must have SP3 installed.

As for my Dell Dimension 4700, there have been a number of "reinstalls" using the disk from my old "8400" without problem.

BTW, there was another part of your question which I failed to answer.

Depends upon how far back we're going, but if it's XP Pro, there used to be a loads of counterfeit copies on e Bay with a volume licence key, since blacklisted.3 Re XP: Until recently, it had been years before I did an XP reinstall, but had a couple just recently.

Both legal copies, so the installation progressed normally, but they refused to update.

When my friend's Compaq computer became so corrupted as to make it unusable, I re-installed Win XP but was then not able to activate it either over the internet or by using the "telephone" method.

The XP installation disk had been purchased and used to initially install Windows XP several years ago when it had been purchased to replace the Windows Vista OS that originally came with his computer and used again a couple of years later for a "re-install" when he was again having problems.

"A plot by Microsoft to p*$$ off XP-users", I thought.

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