Oracle 10g DB and Windows XP SP2

Posted on 2008-11-14
Last Modified: 2013-12-19
I'm unable to find the following patch set clearly identified as being supported on the Windows XP SP2 platform:

Oracle Database 10g Release 2 (
Enterprise/Standard Edition for Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 2008

Can anyone tell me if this patch set will work on the XP SP2 platform or not? If not, can you help me find where I can download the patch set that is compatible with XP SP2. I've looked at the compatibility matrix for the database itself and 10g is supported on XP SP2 with some minor workarounds. However I'm not clear about the right patch set to apply to that platform. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Question by:randombits
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    Patch 6810189 is for Windows 32-bit platforms, upgrading to  Your source, of course, is Oracle Support at  Access to their licensed software will require an active support contract, as you probably know.

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