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As of April 8, 2014 Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP and therefore it is no longer an officially supported platform.
Users may still continue to use Java 8 updates on Windows XP at their own risk, but we can no longer provide complete guarantees for Java on Windows XP, since the OS is no longer being updated by Microsoft.
If you are not already running Windows 8.1, see How to Update to Windows 8.1 for detailed instructions on applying the Windows 8.1 update.
When that's done, update to Windows 8.1 Update via Windows Update.
Windows Vista service pack 2 has a piracy checking mechanism built into it that checks for authentic versions of Vista.
The best way to deal with this is to purchase and install an authentic version of Windows Vista on the system.
Traditionally those updates are service packs, but more often these days, they're semi-regular and significant updates via Windows Update.
It is better to remove GRUB or any other third-party boot managers and then try to install the service pack.
Problem with Windows Installer – When Windows Update downloads the service pack and tries to install it using the Windows installer the Service Pack 2 installation may fail.
Third Party Boot Managers- If your system has dual boot option with a third party boot manager like GRUB, the Service pack installer will give errors.
This is because the service pack does not understand third-party boot managers.
Below you'll find all the latest information on both service packs and these other major updates that Microsoft is regularly pushing to its users.