Posted on 2009-05-13
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
How can I tell what sp we are using?
Question by:RVL
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by:Tapan Pattanaik
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hi RVL,

          To know which sp u are using::

Go to run, then type "MSinfo32.exe", the it will display a system infromation, then check version, which will tell you which version you are using.

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ID: 24376671
right click on My Computer and click on Properties.

It's shown in the General Tab, under System.
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          To know which sp u are using:

Go to Run--->MSinfo32.exe-->system information--->version ( which will tell you which version was installed in your computer.)


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