Re: Service Pack Due Date
That is what I did and the item would not highlight on the installed update
list with an "uninstall" reference in the line above. Other installed
updates show an installation option. This si stumping me.
"Shenan Stanley" wrote:
> rich88 wrote:
> > To uninstall Windows Vista SP1 use the following steps:
> > 1. Click on the Start Menu and go to Control Panel
> > 2. Double click on Programs and Features
> > 3. On the left side menu, select View Installed Updates
> > 4. Under the list of Microsoft Windows, select Service Pack for
> > Windows (KB936330)
> > 5. On the top menu, click on Uninstall
> > I can not get the service pack to show "uninstall" in the top menu
> > where view, organize, etc. Is there a way to manually remove the
> > service pack? Thanks for any help.
> You have decided to install a non-final version of the Windows Vista Service
> pack 1 (Release Candidate...) I do hope you did not install this patch on a
> working/production PC.
> You referenced:
> Release notes for the Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Release Candidate
> So this does not work?
> Open the Programs and Features control panel and select View installed
> updates. In the Microsoft Windows section, right-click Service Pack for
> Windows (936330) and select Uninstall.
> Shenan Stanley
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