Boot from the Windows XP CD and let it reformat the drive. WIndows XP cannot use the native Ubuntu filesystem, so you'll need to reformat the drive anyway and you might as well do it using the XP install disc.
No, a reformat does not take place if you're only upgrading service packs. If you have any doubts, be sure to get the service pack upgrade through Windows Update.
you must reformat the drive XP is on-Then install 2000 as a new OS. Because it is a downgrade-not reformatting the drive will cause XP to not allow the downgrade.
Reinstall Windows XP from your CD or DVD set and reformat your hard drive. This will erase everything including the virus. Also, get a Mac.
you have to boot from something else, whether it be a floopy disk, thumb drive, or setup cd. you can't delete files that you are currently using. if you boot into windows xp you can't delete windows xp.
Generally speaking, yes. You must check the size of the hard drive to see if Windows XP will fit, and note that XP will probably run poorly on a system with less than 256 MB of RAM anyway.
I don't think that you can. If I'm not mistaking, the compter that came with the Windows Media Center System is kind of locked to it in a way. The only other way I can think of is to buy a copy of Windows XP (Home or Pro) and reformat your hard drive and then put the new system disk in and follow the propmts.
Check to make sure that you have more than the minimum RAM required on your computer to use Windows XP. Answer: Check hardware compatibility. if ok. then reformat your drive and then install.
Windows XP is a general name given to sevearl operating systems released by Microsft in the early 200's. These include: Windows XP Home, Windows XP Pro, WIndows XP Stater, Windows XP Media Edition, WIndows XP Tablet, Windows XP N, Windows XP K and Windows XP KN
You might not need to reformat. You could try just uninstalling the Novell Client, by going to the properties of the Network adapter. If you do want / need to reformat, you should do it with the original disk that came with the computer. Sometimes the EULA key will not work with other manufacturer's CD.
if your have windows 7, you have windows 7. if you have windows xp, you have windows xp. that's the difference.
You cannot reformat a hard drive and keep operating system(s) untouched. The point of formatting is to erase all data. There is only one exception, you can reformat some partitions on your hard drive if you have any. If you want to keep your current operating system those partitions must not be system.
i never tryed that but you could backup everything u need from your slave to an other disk then reformat the hardrive witch would delete everything on it including windows.
You need a windows XP operating system CD to install Windows XP on your computer.
No, but you can get Windows Live Mail for Windows XP in Windows Live Essentials for XP.
Windows XP Home EditionWindows XP ProfessionalWindows XP Tablet PC EditionWindows XP Media Center EditionWindows XP 64-bit Edition
If 'vista' recognizes the existence of the drive, you might have to reformat the former 'xp' drive. Don't think it would be wise to have two complete OS's working on the same PC.
To upgrade from Windows 98 to Windows XP, you need a computer that meets the system requirements for Windows XP and a retail or upgrade CD of Windows XP.
Windows xp is an operating system and Office xp is an accersorie that could run in Windows xp
Purchase Windows XP
By installing Windows XP, with the Windows XP CD that is in case, when you bought it.
The Qt widget toolkit is not installed by default in Windows XP. Windows applications can use the Qt toolkit in Windows XP, and the QT SDK is available for Windows XP.
There is no "Windows XP Ultimate."
Of course. It wouldn't be a "Windows XP game" otherwise.