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How can I tell what service pack I'm running?

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And 1.2GB of updates later, I don't even know if I'm running SP1. Am I?

(As in, how the bloody hell can I tell?!)

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You can right-click 'my computer' and choose 'properties'

The properties window should say you operating system version and any installed service packs

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Have you checked the control panel?

I don't have vista but I assume the set up is the same, I can see Sp3 on XP.

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about 2gb of updates, and 5 reboots later, it's come up in WinUpdate :3

Don't you just love Windows?

:P

It SHOULD be in Control Panel>System and Maintenance>System.

Near the top, it should specify what version of Windows you're using and what service pack.

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In windows vista, go to click on the start menu, go to the control panel, go into classic view, find and open "System". In this folder there will be a section that will say "system Edition", and under which it will say Service Pack _

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well, that right to right click on my computer icon & select properties will show the Computer & Operationg sysytem info.

U will also try to run a command from start --> Run or Win button + R & type the Winver, press OK.

Provide the information of ur operating system.

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