There is no upgrade path from Windows ME to Windows 2000. You would have to reformat the hard drive to remove ME before you install Windows 2000 from scratch.
You cannot perform an upgrade install from Windows ME to Windows 2000. Windows 2000 was actually released before Windows ME, and thus will not accept it as a valid upgrade target. You must format the hard drive and install a full version of Windows 2000 if you want to replace Windows ME.
Yes, you can. Split the disk in at least 2 partitions. First install Windows 2000 on disk C and then install Windows 7 on the disk D. You can install Windows 2000 on disk D and then Windows 7 on disk C. But the order of installation must be preserved.
Yes, you can.
No. Upgrades are only supported from Windows XP. You would need to do a clean install to upgrade from 98, ME, or 2000.
It is no longer possible to purchase a new desktop with Windows 2000.
Create two partitions in ur hard drive and install Windows '98 on Drive C and install Windows 2000 on Drive D to another partition.
I suggest that you DON'T do this for certain reasons... for example: there are newer 3d chips.
No special action is needed. Windows 2000 supports APM (Advanced Power Management).
Best way is to copy off the files you want, then format the drive and install WIndows 2000 from scratch. It always works far better that way than to try to do an Upgrade from one OS to another.
Always Install Windows 2000 by formatting your root drive. Otherwise you will face a lot of problems Regards Nauman