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11 Apr 2011  
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Update all drivers from the system manufacturer's website. Even if they seem to be current, update them anyway.
Then update any programs that you may have installed (particularly antivirus/antispyware/fireswall programs), such as your NOD32.

The most common problem with Service Packs are:
- malware infections
- older (incompatible) 3rd party drivers

When a Service Pack first comes out, I don't suggest using the PC Manufacturer's website to update drivers. But after the Service Pack has been out for a couple of months the PC Manufacturer's usually have posted any new drivers that are needed - so it's OK to use then.
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