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xp.jpgIf you are a geek who likes to play with  different Windows Xp Service Pack Release Candidates which are in the Internet, at a certain point you might have to remove one of them to make room for the original SP  when it comes out (of course this works even if you wish to remove the original SP). Here is the step-by-step procedure:

1. Click Start, then Control Panel, choose Add and Remove Programs. Alternatively, click Start, click Run,
type: appwiz.cpl, and then click OK.
2. Click Change or Remove Programs.
3. Click Windows XP Service Pack.
4. Click Remove.
5. Restart the computer.

This procedure is a must when you have Release Candidates on your computer and you want to install the final SP.

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4 Comments to “How to uninstall Windows XP Service packs”

  1. Web Talk Says:

    Try to install the recovery console. Have a look here:

  2. Barry Says:

    What do you do if you have installed sp3 and when you reboot nothing comes up except an error message and you cant reboot in safe mode? All this happened after installing sp3. Thanks

  3. Web Talk Says:

    it is a little tricky without any windows xp cd…there are many bittorrent websiteswhere you can get it…sadly they are all illegal website. one thing you can do is this. go where you got your computer and ask if they can give you the cd they used to install your xp

  4. Muaz Says:

    but wat if u cant even log in to ur computer??
    here is my problem:

    I installed SP3 ON my laptop and restarted the computer! the computer boots and just stops at a blue screen and this is what it says:
    STOP: c0000139 {Entry Point Not Found} The procedure entry point GdiGetBitmapBitSize could not be located in the dynamic link library GDI32.dll.

    i cant even log in.. my computer wont even move. it stays at the screen! i tried evrey keyboard i knew, but non of them worked!

    the i tried changing the log. i did. but dat didn;t help because i dont have the windows xp cd.
    My laptop doesn’t have a a floppy drive! i tried wid the botting wid the ether net cable! but dat didn;t work either!
    please help me! thnks!
    any one gets a answer please email me at:

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