I reinstalled Windows XP service pack 2-64 bit and now I am unable to get the Windows Update

I reinstalled Windows XP service pack 2-64 bit and now I am unable to get the Windows Update. Updates are more automatic since the installation and now I get the following message if I try to update manually. Help!

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SP3 is only for 32-bit versions of Windows XP. OP has the 64-bit version of XP Pro...

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