Yes. Reinstalling an OS wipes all information from the computer.
Reinstalling Windows will not erase the hard drive unless you tell it to reformat the hard drive before reinstalling the operating system. You will have to reinstall all your programs that were installed prior to reinstall but all your saved files will still be there.
Usually reinstalling the graphic card drivers solves the issue of game installing problems in windows vista. If not solved by reinstalling the graphic drivers, it is recommended to check microsoft site and see whether there is an update package available for windows vista.
A very large number of the programs that will run on Windows XP will also run on Windows 2000, unless otherwise specified. A comprehensive list isn't really possible.
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Windows2000 / prevents critical system files from being deleted or overwritten
Windows PE is running on a RAM drive
Yes of course
windows accessories is a built in programs in windows with a variety of other built in programs within it
It is possible to insert the CD and reinstall the OS, but reinstalling means loosing all the date which is on the laptop. Another possibility is to use Windows Password Unlocker.
You should install the driver for your sound card.
Yes. Just uninstall any programs you don't use and delete any files you don't want to back them up to another disk.
Yes, they will. Even more windows xp programs will run on Seven.
Try reinstalling the driver for the CD drive
what are the utility programs of windows xp professional
By using the Windows partitioner to make space by reszing partitions and installing Windows, then reinstalling the Linux bootloader. It is generally considered better form to install Windows first and then Linux.
WinRAR for Windows can be uninstalled from Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs in Windows XP or Control Panel > Programs and Features in Windows 7.
Try reinstalling the drivers.
I think your best bet is to partition your hard drive and run two operating systems. I think the platform of both operating systems are different. some older programs use MS-DOS which can run in windows 98 but wont run in XP and higher versions of windows. there are also emulator programs you can use to run older programs. As for running 98 in a windows 7 environment I don't believe that is possible.
If the motherboard which you are going to replace is of the same type with the motherboard which you want to put in, then you don't need to reinstall Windows, if it's not you have to.
There is no method of running Mac programs directly on Windows. it is only possible inside an emulator, which is very slow and useless for multimedia work.
In a Program called wine (Windows Emulator). Not all programs will work but most will.
You cant feel It
You may be missing some codex in your Windows Media player. You can try uninstalling and reinstalling your Windows Media player to correct the problem.