By the way, I just ran the installation for sp3 a 2nd time since I've made some very minor changes that might allow it to get past that "Data is invalid" error I've been posting about.
So it did all the phases, back up old stuff, install new files, update registry, run processes after install, and now it's on the Performing cleanup.
Am I just about there? This "Performing cleanup" phase has been running for about 10 minutes or so, with occasional blinks of the screen. Should I just accept everything when it finally says something more? It seems I'm almost there?
Does anyone know if "Performing cleanup" has an error, does it really matter? Is it just some files in some directory? That I don't need. Could I just shut down the update process and pretty much it's ok? I know this might be a hard question. It's getting to be 15 or 20 minutes of "Performing cleanup" now. Is that a long time in computer life?
It DID so something to Outlook or something, perhaps it's still alive.
I've heard it can take as long as almost 3 hours - logs might still be updating - I'll check the logs.
Edited by PetarSickey, 12 September 2015 - 04:26 PM.