Yes, there is.
Go to the Windows update website.
In the left hand column, select "Personalize Windows Update".
In the right hand pane, check the box to display the windows Update catalog
and then save the settings.
In the left hand pane you will now have a link to the Update catalog. By
going there you can search for
updates and download and save them to you computer
to be burned to a CD or whatever you want to do with them.
"David Bilek" <Bilek1aol.com> wrote in message
news:0b9f01c34d68$b616a220$a001280aphx.gbl...> The internet connection I have available is 28.8K max.
> There is no DSL, cable, or anyother type of high speed
> connection available for my computers. I do have access
> to high speed internet at my office. The question is
> simply, is there any way to obtain XP updates without
> having them installed directly through the internet
> download process? In other words, can I download updates
> at my office, then burn to CD, and then install on my
> home computers? My problem should be obvious, it will
> take several hours to download updates without a high
> speed connection. I have two computers running XP and
> they obviously have not been updated since purchase
> becase it takes too long. Can anyone be of assistance?