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Old 04-19-03, 01:11 AM Thread Starter   #1
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I just installed Windows 2000 and started doing the windows update. It's very slow while installing. Is this normal? It takes a long time to install a 7 MB critical update. I only have Norton Internet Security running could this be slowing it down?

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Yeah installing some of the updates can take a while, especially the service packs. Just how long do you mean?

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I waited for about 3 hours for 20 updates under the critical updates and service pack, the progress bar showed that it was finished for about 1 hour but it still didn't tell me to restart or a dialog box didn't appear like it usually should.

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