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Mar 29, 2008
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How to Disable Windows Vista CD or DVD Drive Auto Eject or Open Feature

When click on CD writer or DVD writer drive icon or letter in Windows Vista, the optical drive disc tray will automatically eject or open, for users to put in a CD or DVD disc. The CD or DVD drive will also auto eject when users sending files to the CD/DVD writer to burn to disc. When the optical drive is auto ejected or opened, the following dialog appear, asking users to insert a disc into drive.
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Mar 29, 2008
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Windows Vista SP1 To Force Install on Windows Update as ‘Critical’ from April 18

Windows Vista SP1 provides much needed improvement, enhancements and bug fixes to Windows Vista since official RTM release in early 2007, such as system startup time, faster file copying operation speed and general improvement to system compatibility, performance and stability. In other word, the first service pack for Windows Vista is a must for all Vista system, and clearly Microsoft does think so too.
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Mar 29, 2008
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Windows Vista SP1 for 36 Languages to Release on April 9

Although all languages of Windows Vista SP1 has been published to technical personnels such as TechNet and MSDN subscribers, but the releases for general public through Windows Update and Microsoft Download Center have been slow. On March 18, 2008, Microsoft finally published English and other 4 benchmark languages editions of Windows Vista SP1, generally called “Wave 0”, which supports English (US), French, German, Japanese, and Spanish (Traditional).
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Mar 29, 2008
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How to Get Free Support and Help from Microsoft for Installing Windows Vista SP1 Problems

Facing problems and errors while installing Windows Vista SP1? Well, help is on the way. Microsoft will provides free support and technical help for all problems and issues when installing Windows Vista SP1. The unlimited installation and compatibility support is available at no charge until March 18, 2009.
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Mar 28, 2008
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How to Uninstall Windows XP SP3 Beta and Release Candiate Versions

With the impending release of latest service pack for Windows XP – Service Pack 3 (SP3), users who install beta or release candidate test versions of Windows XP may wish to uninstall the the beta releases or RC versions of the service pack, as the final RTM version of SP3 for Windows XP may not install if there is any previous test release installed, or not on Windows XP SP2 status.
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Mar 27, 2008
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Download Official Windows XP SP3 RC2 Refresh Build 5508

Windows XP Service Pack 3 Release Candidate has been updated to Release Candidate 2 Refresh (XP SP3 RC2 Refresh), as announced in TechNet forum. With the release of Windows XP SP3 RC2 Refresh build version 5508, the previously leaked Windows XP SP3 v.5503 has proven not to be a final RTM version. Indeed, it confirms that the jump in build number is intended by Microsoft for unknown reason, even though Chris Keroack from Windows Serviceability Team said there are no substantial differences between this beta release (build 5508) and XP SP3 RC2 (build 3311).
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Mar 27, 2008
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Windows XP SP3 Release Notes and Known Issues

Microsoft has published release notes documentation that contains known issues and information information for Windows XP Service Pack 3, which XP users should read and know before deploying and using Windows XP SP3.
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Mar 27, 2008
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Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) Overview Download and Online Reading

Windows XP SP3 is the newest and probably the last service pack for Windows XP operating system, and scheduled to be release anytime in the first half of 2008. Microsoft has published a white paper named “Overview of Windows XP Service Pack 3”, which summaries what is new in Windows XP SP3, and how to deploy the service pack.
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