Microsoft Released Windows Vista Service Pack 2 – May 26, 2009

On Tuesday, May 26, 2009, Microsoft released Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (5 languages) to Windows Updates and on the Download Center.

NOTE

This articles does not show Windows Vista Security Updates. Please review “MSFT Security Updates“ blog category for Windows Vista Security Updates.

Windows Vista users are recommended to use Windows Update to install Windows Vista Service Pack 2 because the download size is much smaller than the download on the Download Center.

How Do I Get Windows Vista Service Pack 2

Windows Update

Download Center (5 Languages)

Requirements

Windows Vista Service Pack 1 is a required for installing Windows Vista Service Pack 2. Ensure that your system is running Windows Vista Service Pack 1 before you install Windows Vista Service Pack 2.

How To Check if Service Pack 1 is Installed

  1. Click the Start Orb.
  2. Type:

    winver.exe

    In the About Windows window, if Service Pack 1 is listed then Service Pack 1 is installed. If no Service Packs are listed then Windows Vista has no Service Pack installed.

How Do I Get Windows Vista Service Pack 1

Windows Update

Download Center (5 Languages)

Why is Windows Vista Service Pack 2 Not Offered

If Windows Vista Service Pack 2 is not offered to you by using Windows Update then please read the following KB article to discover why the Service Pack 2 is not being offered.

Windows Vista Service Pack 2 KB Articles

Updating your Windows Vista System

Please keep your computer up to date with Critical and Important updates by using the Windows Update feature in Windows Vista (refer to Checking for Updates on Windows Vista Manually blog article for help) or by visiting Microsoft Update. If you experience any problems with Microsoft Security updates then please call Microsoft support for help. There will be no charge for support on Security Updates.

Microsoft has set up newsgroups for self-support. If you need help for Security updates or any other updates that is issued by Microsoft then please visit the Windows Update newsgroup at using your newsreader news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.windowsupdate.

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Edited: May 16, 2012

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