Bookmark the permalink. February 24, 2011 ritchie58 I had nothing but trouble once installed. I do understand them, and they are not for me! My System Specs gregrocker View Public Profile Find More Posts by gregrocker Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Should I install Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Update? « Previous Thread Source
Works. Problems solved; an unexpected benefit of holding off on a service pack. WAITING ELSEWHERE Because Internet Explorer is deeply entangled into the operating system, I wait longer on it compared to February 24, 2011 pbug56 Can the SP be installed from safe mode network? February 26, 2011 d3v14n7 @ Matt: Do you still believe in "shitty and infected systems"?
So I bombed out of the download, and tried it again later. It found 2 errors and indicated that it fixed them. Seems like that would be a big time-saver as opposed to the download route.
My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home Built desktop, Toshiba Satellite S55 Laptop, Dell Inspiron 15 laptop, MS Surface Pro 3 tablet OS W10 Pro desktop, W10 laptop, Windows updates downloads all my other important stuff, just won't with SP1 at the moment. XP is good in a production environment, but that's it. What Is Windows 7 Sp2 I'm looking forward to install on my Win 7 comp.
If you’ve never installed a service pack before, it’s just a big collection of fixes and changes for your operating system, bundled into a big fat download to make it more What Is Windows 7 Service Pack 2 It has been stuck on that with a spinning circle for 1 hour now. What about new Windows 7 PCs without SP1? http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/244965-should-i-install-windows-7-service-pack-1-update.html Example: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982018 February 22, 2011 JohnC01 Is it just me or after installing the sp1 it makes your laptop run hotter than usual?
Is it safe to install? Win8 Release Date I keep Windows up-to-date, so there's not much new in it for me, but I'm happy it went without a hitch. now it's been at 9% for some 30 minutes. During installation, a blue screen happen with a message that it was a "mini-dump" and was reporting to Microsoft, then it restarted in Safe Mode and I let it restart "normal"
Doesn't seem like a coincidence. Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this: Windows 7 Vs Windows 7 Sp1 To me it is just another piece of wasted garbage and demonstrates that MS didn’t cover all bases prior to release. Windows 7 Sp1 Vs Windows 7 Ultimate They blow.
hoping it fails or goes through, doesn't really matter, I just want acces to my computer again without having to force quit the update ヽ(´o｀； February 23, 2011 DavidB Tried to this contact form Then leave it alone! Now my computer seems well and truly fecked. Then, when you are reasonably confident the machine is not a lemon, would be a good time to install Service Pack 1. How To Install Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Manually
I'll look at the confusing combinations. Just what service packs do I need? Not what you needed? have a peek here And yes, I keep things updated.
If you do want to download it directly, you can do so from the Microsoft Download site. Difference Between Windows 7 And Windows 7 Sp1 Answers to Questions You Should Be Asking Whether you were going to ask these questions or not, we’re giving you the answers that you really need to know. I wonder what “magical” new things Apple have installed for me this year?
And that's mainly do to the types of proprietary software used these days. You'll get a number of updates all at once and avoid a potentially more piecemeal approach if Windows Update tries to give you the updates individually. Calif I'm one who applies pretty much all OS updates on all my machines (other than hardware drivers from MS update) and have never experienced a slow down due Difference Between Windows 7 Sp1 And Sp2 Bottom line?
Nope. gorilla in the cage. I'm one of those persons who keep updating all the time... Check This Out That doesn’t mean 100% of installations will be trouble-free.
Of possible interest is the fact, based on the build number, that the SP was complete and digitally signed by MS way back in November 2010. I'm not saying that a problem is likely, not at all. I waited much longer on Windows XP Service Pack 3, but Windows 7 seems more mature. I’ve also talked, unofficially, with some people who have access to Microsoft’s customer support database.
Still can not backup to GPT. To me it seemed like the process had stopped.