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Thread: Windows Xp

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    I have a window 98 se computer and are thinking about upgrading to xp home. Can someonec answer these questions for me?

    1.what are the minimum system requirements for xp?

    2. where can I get a full version working cracked copy? ( wich is the safest bet? Ie:kazaa lite, emule etc?)?

    3. and if you can give me anymore info tell me plz.

    also, is there any way to burn the win xp onto a cd because my win se comp dosen't have internet yet so i'm using my other one any good ways?

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    1.)well u need @ least 400mhz,164mbs of memory i think about 1.2 gigs of HD space mab more and u might need 2 get some new drivers if XP cant supply them

    2.)i got a nice copy of kazaa it lets me update and perform a clean install in dos(+this copy lets me boot in DOS some others u cant,so u have to do it in windows)

    3.)well k-lite has a nice copy thats where i got my XP pro(dont get home edition look for pro)xp pro u dont have to activate it and home is just GAY but hope u can find a good Key to get the SP1 installed as u will need to do cause then xp will have many many problemes awellz ill give u a nice key but but u better not pass it aruond to every 1 its from a purchased XP-pro cd(email me if u want it)

    4.)yes just burn it like data it will work

    5.)anything else like help or what ever email/PM me and i will c what i can do

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    is xp corporate better than pro?

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    Your paying quite allot of attention for someone who has ADD!
    That is, to your disorder.

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    so let me get this straight

    1. download xp,

    2. burn it to a cd,

    3. boot up 98 se comp

    4. put cd in drive ,

    5.restart windows,

    6. install,

    is this right?

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    Keep your existing OS untill you see how XP goes. Use partition magic to make a new partition for XP and install it from windows 98 as a new/ advanced install to the second partition. This way, you have a dual boot system and time to try it out and test for bugs.
    Choose the advanced options from the install window and "copy all" and " I want to choose where" .

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    but i don't want the old 98 se its in use by sum1 else

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    Originally posted by ShockAndAwe^i^@8 July 2003 - 15:28
    Your paying quite allot of attention for someone who has ADD!
    That is, to your disorder.
    lol what?

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    one more thing, i have a hp comp

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    Originally posted by bulio@9 July 2003 - 14:26
    one more thing, i have a hp comp
    Then you may be screwed. Hp uses proprietary drivers and hardware. It's a good bet if your system is more than a year and a half old that some things just won't work without the HP OS.

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