Monday, 16 May 2011
This applies to Windows XP, 2000, Me, Vista, 2003, 2008, 7
While there are various third-party utilities you can use to extract Windows service pack files, it is far easier to do it from within Windows.
The steps below will take a Microsoft Service Pack install file and extract its content to a location of your chosing. This is hepful for instances where you require a specific file contained within a service pack to complete the installation of a driver or application.
- Move the service pack install file to your C:\ drive (This will make extracting from the command line easier)
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