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This ensures that the browser can be uninstalled normally.
I'm sure that not many users will run into this problem but some surely will.
The Windows XP Service Pack 3 will be released to the public tomorrow.
A lot of users have already downloaded the service pack from various locations like download portals and the Bittorrent P2P network.
The ISO is provided for system administrators who have to distribute the Service Pack to several computers, and home users who want to update more than one system, for instance their own and their parent's computer.
A solution is to disable automatic updates, but that's probably not a preferred solution by many as well as it interferes with regular patches..
Don't install IE7 before Windows XP SP3The Windows XP Service Pack 3 is available again and many users have already made the switch to protect their system with the latest security updates.
If you have installed Internet Explorer 7 before updating the system to the third Service Pack and decided to uninstall it again you might have noticed that the option to uninstall the browser is grayed out and therefore not available on the system anymore.
Microsoft suggests a minimum hard drive space of 1500 Megabytes on the system partition when installing the Service Pack from the Microsoft Download Center or 1100 Megabytes when installing it from a shared network drive.
The page lists two updates that, when installed, will make the installation of the Service Pack fail.