Windows XP SP1 ia64?

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Windows XP SP1 ia64?

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Hi, I was looking for information about WinXP SP1 and found the following site "Technet @ UCT", and I have a question about one of the files, "xpsp1_en_ia64.exe", that SP would be for the "Windows XP 64-bit Edition"?
Where can I download the SP1a for Itanium?

http://technet.uct.ac.za/spacks/win_xp/sp1/

The file "xpsp1_en_x86.exe" is the SP1a!
The md5 of SP1 CHK (Not SP1a) is correct?

xpsp1_en_x86_CHK.exe
MD5: ED5C40CAB78513084F9A11CDD3A25361

xpsp1_en_ia64.exe
MD5: CA9543AF0B026EB0A4E971EA31AA0054

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Post by grabberslasher »

Google found me this, dunno if it's proper

ftp://ftp.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/mirro ... n_ia64.exe

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Same MD5

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5-MacBook-Air:~ steven$ md5 /Users/steven/Downloads/xpsp1_en_ia64.exe 
MD5 (/Users/steven/Downloads/xpsp1_en_ia64.exe) = ca9543af0b026eb0a4e971ea31aa0054

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Re: Windows XP SP1 ia64?

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Danielxv wrote:that SP would be for the "Windows XP 64-bit Edition"?
This makes no sense, Windows XP 64-bit is based on Windows Server 2003 (3790.1830 (srv03_sp1_rtm.050324-1447)) - the Service Pack 1 is already integrated into the final of it.
The only existing SP for XP 64-bit is the SP2, .....

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Re: Windows XP SP1 ia64?

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Daniel wrote:
Danielxv wrote:that SP would be for the "Windows XP 64-bit Edition"?
This makes no sense, Windows XP 64-bit is based on Windows Server 2003 (3790.1830 (srv03_sp1_rtm.050324-1447)) - the Service Pack 1 is already integrated into the final of it.
The only existing SP for XP 64-bit is the SP2, .....
Windows XP 64-Bit for Itanium Processors is a different product to XP x64.

There were basically three versions

Windows XP 64-Bit (ia64 version of XP)
Windows XP 64-Bit SP1 (ia64 version of XPSP1)
Windows XP 64-Bit 2003 (client ia64 version of Server 2003)

XP for Itanium was then cancelled in 2005, and there have been no further service packs.

Windows XP 64-Bit (aka x64 edition, or 64-Bit for Extended processors) was then based on Server 2003 SP1, but of course is for a completely different processor.

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Re: Windows XP SP1 ia64?

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Daniel wrote:
Danielxv wrote:that SP would be for the "Windows XP 64-bit Edition"?
This makes no sense, Windows XP 64-bit is based on Windows Server 2003 (3790.1830 (srv03_sp1_rtm.050324-1447)) - the Service Pack 1 is already integrated into the final of it.
The only existing SP for XP 64-bit is the SP2, .....
As grabberslasher said, the IA64 version of Windows XP is based on the same codebase as XP x86. The RTM of it thus has no service pack integrated. I have the ISO of XP_IA64 RTM and verified it.

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Post by Daniel »

I know, I just wanted to say that the file cant be a serveice pack for the Windows XP 64-bit Edition, since x64 != ia64

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Daniel wrote:I know, I just wanted to say that the file cant be a serveice pack for the Windows XP 64-bit Edition, since x64 != ia64
That's the confusion, XP for Itanium was called "Windows XP 64-bit Edition".

Nowadays Micrsoft call the x64 edition "Windows XP x64 Edition"

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Thank you for the answers, someone could confirm the MD5 and would also like to know if have SP1a for 64-bit?
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