After delaying the release of Windows XP Service Pack 3 because of a bug, Microsoft finally released it again thinking that they’ve ironed out all of its troubles. Apparently, SP3 related problems are still there and this time the result is far more troublesome.
According to some Windows XP users who upgraded to SP3, they have suffered an endless reboot cycle upon installing the update. The problem seems to confine itself to AMD based PCs, but some Intel users have also complained about the same problem.
There are some experts who say that SP3 is not the problem per se. But let’s see how fast Microsoft can solve this bug. As for me, I’ll wait a couple more months before I attempt to upgrade my OS with the SP3 update.