Super Ball 2 Level File
|Developer||Super Ball 2|
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What is an SP2 file?
File used by Super Ball 2, a game that is a cross between Alleyway and Super Mario Brothers; saves a level of destructible blocks and koopas (enemy characters); used for saving custom player levels.
SP2 files can be created using the Super Ball 2 level editor, which is accessible once the program is opened.
Programs that open SP2 files
Windows XP Service Pack 2 Identification File
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An SP2 file may also be an identification file included in Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2). It contains no data. Windows XP checks for the presence of an SP2 file before installing Service Pack 2.
Before PCs and operating systems were regularly updated over the Internet, they were updated using physical CD-ROMs. Windows XP updates were stored on Windows XP Service Pack CDs. These CDs contained a number of files and folders, including a data file used to verify the Service Pack. On the Windows XP Service Pack 2 disc, this Service Pack identification file was named WIN51IP.SP2 (Windows XP SP2 Professional Edition) or WIN51IC.SP2 (Windows XP SP2 Home Edition).
Microsoft released Windows XP Service Pack 2 on August 25, 2004. The many network security improvements it contained were collectively codenamed Springboard and included a major upgrade to Windows Firewall.
Common SP2 Filenames
WIN51IP.SP2 - Identification file included in Windows XP Professional Edition Service Pack 2.
WIN51IC.SP2 - Identification file included in Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2.
How to open an SP2 file
SP2 files are not meant to be opened. If you still possess a copy of Windows XP Service Pack 2, you can use the disc to apply the fixes and enhancements it contains to Windows XP. To do so, insert the disc into your CD-ROM drive, browse to the disc in File Explorer, and double-click SETUP.EXE.