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  1. Check again. The link to SP2 download is actually a link to a DOC about SP2 and the Business Server update. There is no download for SP2 on that page as far as I can tell.
  2. Thanks for the replies; however, I will NOT be installing SP3. I've read nothing but terrible reviews about it. I'll install SP1a & SP2 and that should be just fine.
  3. It's a long story, but my mom really likes her Windows XP machine. After some issues with the HDD I'm reinstalling XP for her. It seems that "Windows Update" no longer works on the XP OS, so I'm having to go out and find SP1 and SP2 manually. So far I've found this site and this site. I want to make sure that the downloads from both of those sites are accurate and legitimate before I install them. The one from soft32.com is particularly sketchy to me. If someone could help me out I'd really appreciate it. Or if anyone has links to trusted sites where I can d/l SP1 and SP2, I'd really appreciate it. Also, if anyone knows of any other things I'll need to reinstall, such as dotnet framework, I'd apprecaite the heads up. Thanks!
  4. Done and done. Thanks for your help, but was exact does "Doesn't Do Squat" do? dds.txt attach.txt
  5. Several months ago I had a piece of malware (FBI MoneyPak) that really messed up my system, so I'm not sure if this is related or not. A user on this forum helped me fix my PC (as much as possible) and so far I haven't noticed anything wrong until now. I have a 500gb HDD and I've noticed that when I delete or uninstall something I'm not gaining free space. Example: Windows 7 says I have 90gb free, then I uninstall Max Payne 3 (a 35gb game) and Windows still says I only have 90gb of free space. Does anyone have any thoughts about what I should do or where to look for problems. And yes, I have emptied my Recycle Bin so let's not go there. Thanks in advance.
  6. I'm still here, but I'm about to move cross-country. I will be afk for about 2 weeks, but am still determined to fix these issues with my PC. Thanks for your patients!
  7. Sorry, I'm still here. Life has become very complicated recently. I'm still working on this, but it's going to take some time between steps. Sorry for the lack of communication.
  8. The file you asked me to scan was in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\en-US and it came up as tcpip.sys.mui I did go ahead and scan it: link
  9. Ok, after a reboot PeerBlock is running properly. I did get a couple of error messages (see the image below) and attached the FSS Scan. FSS.txt
  10. Additionally, I used to have my computer set up to stream video through my Xbox 360. I was still able to do this after the malware hit, but since we've bean applying fixes somewhere along the way my Xbox stopped being able to see my PC. This will need to be addressed as well. Thanks!
  11. The windows firewall diagnostic fix failed. See image below. Will restart, scan with FFS, and post log.
  12. Two the reg files gave me errors. See the pictures below. PeerBlock continues to give me the same error after a hard reboot. Attached is the FSS file. Thanks! FSS.txt
  13. Ok, did everything from the Preventive Maintenance page. This is the error from PeerBlock.
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