What is Windows XP loader?
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Answer . \nI 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. ( Full Answer )
Windows XP is a desktop operating system created by Microsoft. It was first released in August of 2001. It is a consolidation of the "NT" and "9x" lines of Windows for businesses and consumers, respectively. Windows XP is designed to run on Intel and AMD x86 processors. Windows XP was succeeded in t…he Windows product line by Windows Vista, but continues to receive security updates and still has widespread support and demand among businesses and consumers. ( Full Answer )
According to one source, the XP in windows XP stands for 'Experience' (as in the "Windows experience"). A similar connotation was made for the 64-bit successor, Windows Vista. ------ Another possibility (but not one Microsoft marketing would have chosen) : The "XP" was meant to show the …human side of the software by using two characters that were known to be used for smilies in textspeak : the X being squinting eyes while the P would be the mouth and protruding tongue. ------- Among the Microsoft developers, XP is 2001 in Roman numerals. The more standard MMI was avoided, because the MRNSDK (Microsoft Roman Numeral Development Kit) doesn't fully support the M symbol for 1000. Of course, P is not generally included in the Roman numeral system; it was quietly added between the 1.01 and subsequent 8.0 releases of the MRNSDK. Though undocumented, and possessing obscure semantics, the P extension is widely used. In any case, it is easy to verify through experimentation that XP = 2001 . ( Full Answer )
the loader of practically all computers EXCEPT MAC is dos. for mac it is lunix(unix)
Windows Me is older than Windows XP. Windows Me was launched onSeptember 14, 2000 while Windows XP was released on October 25,2001.
windows xp is a windows based operating system it has no serverbased only have client based desktop supporting operating system.
Yes. Any System that's capable of running windows xp home edition can basicall run xp pro. What you need to do is not different from what was done at the time of loading windows xp home edition... the only difference is that xp pro will need its own product key + activation and it is normally a bit …expensive than xp home. Good luck! ( Full Answer )
Yes. If you insert your Windows XP CD while Windows 98 is running, it will ask you if you'd like to upgrade. It will then copy some basic files to the hard drive and restart.
It is possible, in many cases, to install and run XP on a system that originally shipped with Windows Vista. Requirements: 1. About 2 hours to perform all necessary tasks. 2. A Windows XP CD. With valid key, of course. 3. Basic knowledge of partitioning. 4. Basic knowledge of (re)installing XP. 5.… Knowledge of what a "driver" is. Pre-install: 1.Before you attempt to install XP, backup any important files. Installing XP over Vista will necessitate formatting the hard drive. 2. You need to find drivers for all of your hardware. XP's driver collection was barely adequate in 2001, let alone today. A basic checklist of parts you need to find drivers for: A. Video card (NVIDIA, ATI, Intel, S3, Matrox, etc...) B. Sound card (Creative Labs, Intel, Realtek, etc...) C. Ethernet controller (Intel, Broadcom, Realtek, etc...) D. Wireless controller (Intel, Atheros, Broadcom, Realtek) E. Motherboard chipset (Intel, Via, NVIDIA) You can find information in Vista's Device Manager, as well as on your computer manufacturer's site. The manufacturer may (or may not) also have XP drivers for the parts available. If they do not, try to find a specification list for your model, and work backwards from that. Install: 1. Restart your computer, and enter your BIOS. The key to enter your BIOS will probably be either Esc, F1, or Delete. 2. Check the "boot priority" and make sure that the CD / DVD-ROM drive is the first boot device. 3. If you have a SATA hard drive (most new computers do), find the setup for the SATA controller, and find an option to run it in "Legacy" or "IDE" mode. XP came out before SATA drives were produced, so it cannot use them without special drivers. Since XP does not have the drivers on the CD, you have to make the BIOS pretend the drives are actually IDE drives for now. 4. Save the changes and reboot. 5. Begin the Windows setup. This should be familiar to you. 6. Delete the current partition(s) on the hard drive, and tell it to format the drive with a new NTFS partition. A. If you get errors like "Windows setup could not find a hard drive on your system", you have not properly set the SATA controllers to run in legacy mode. Post-install: 1. After a basic XP installation is up and running, you will need to install the drivers. Install either the wireless or Ethernet driver first, depending on which method you use to connect to the internet. This is so you can A.) validate your Windows install, and B.) search for other drivers if you forgot one, or if you got the wrong one. 2. Install the other drivers. 3. Reboot your computer, and set your SATA controllers back to their normal mode. If you have installed the chipset driver correctly, XP should have no problems booting. It will also be slightly faster than leaving it in Legacy mode. 4. Reinstall your other software, as needed. Notes: You will likely not be able to use ay of the software that came with your Vista computer. Although most of it is likely garbage, it will also include a DVD decoder for your DVD drive. XP does not come with one. You'll have to either buy one, or use a free decoder like the one that comes with VLC. ( Full Answer )
To change the contents of the boot loader menu in Windows XP, one must edit the boot.ini file.
If you are currently running a 32-bit version of Windows, you can only perform an upgrade to another 32-bit version of Windows. Similarly, if you are running a 64-bit version of Windows Vista, you can only perform an upgrade to another 64-bit version of Windows Vista. If you want to move from a 3…2-bit version of Windows to a 64-bit version of Windows Vista, you'll need to back up your files and then perform a custom installation of the 64-bit version of Windows 8. For more information, visit the Related Link: ( Full Answer )
Well Windows XP has been pulled from retailers like Best Buy and Circuit City, many computer stores like Computer Renaissance still have left over copies of XP. You have 3 other alternatives: the first is buy a PC loaded with XP Professional from places like Dell.com in the Business section, use a H…ard Drive with XP on it, or use torrents like the Pirate Bay and use Utorrent to open the file. If you download the file it is free but it is illegal. I advise you to borrow a friends or relatives XP disk and use a good not pirated product key. I wish you luck in finding it and hope you enjoy on of Microsoft's best Os's!!! ( Full Answer )
Windows XP is a computer operating system that was launched/released in August 2001 by the Microsoft Corporation. It was designed for personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, and media centers. There are many sub-versions of Windows XP such as: . Windows XP Home Editi…on . Windows XP Professional . Windows XP Embedded ...etc. Windows XP Flag contains four colours, all explaining the important features of Windows XP. Blue : Networking Green : Internet Red : Security Yellow : Media ( Full Answer )
Yes. They use the same drivers, and virtually all software that runs on one will run on the other.
\nnot completely. While programs will work on either one, they are different types of Windows XP.. \nnot completely. While programs will work on either one, they are different types of Windows XP.
Yes you can. XP is the next updated OP after ME, or Windows 2000. Youll have to update some things using the windows updater, but windows XP should upgrade easy and clean.
You need a windows XP operating system CD to install Windows XP on your computer.
You cannot install Windows ME over Windows XP from within XP. If you must (for whatever reason) install Windows ME, you will need to boot from the CD.
Yes and no... Windows XP came out with more then one version. The XP versions are Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home 64bit Windows XP Professional 64 bit, Windows XP Media Center. When they say SP1 that just mean that it has the Service Pack 1 updates installed. …All three versions of XP can have SP1 but still are not the same operating system software. XP Home is a basic OS for simple tasks most users need the operating system to perform. XP Pro is a advanced OS that allows a used to configure the operating system to their requirements. XP Pro and Home x64 is only for computers that have at least a dual core processor(64 bit systems.) This version is exactly the same, a little bit faster and more expensive. It is also better at multitasting ( Full Answer )
windows7 loader is a program that will make a non-genuine copyof Windows 7 activated permanently. Windows 7 RTM UltimateActivation with OEM Information This activator works only for RTM ULTIMATE (Retail and OEM Edition) It does NOT work on Ultimate 'E' (European) Edition. Tested and working on both… x86 and x64. Works in Virtual Environment. Works with dual-boot No key is needed for install or activation. The activation adds the OEM master key for you. Select your OEM Information No BIOS modification needed. It has no boot text. Uses OEM SLP method. Supports SLIC and non-SLIC enabled BIOS: Emulate a SLIC 2.1 enabled BIOS on a PC without SLIC 2.1 present... Use 'Install 7Loader' to install the certificate & key toactivate offline... ( Full Answer )
I am not able to view my Boot loader screen today after I installed Windows Xp Sp3 in another partition Earlier I could select either Windows Xp-sp2 Windows 7-32bit or Windows 7-64bit?
I had the exact same problem with my own computer. Apparently, Windows 7 doesn't work that well with Windows XP's boot loader (when dual booting). I solved the problem (well...sort of) by booting into my Windows 7 partition, Installing EasyBCD (http://neosmart.net/dl.php?id=1) and adding Windows XP …to the boot loader again. The only thing is that when ever I boot into Xp (which is rare now) and then shut down, the Windows 7 boot loader is erased an I have to recover the computer with the Install DVD. The Windows Boot Loader begin erased may or may not happen to you, but it may Best of luck with it, ~Dex1010 ( Full Answer )
You go online to "microsoft.com , or you go to a place like BestBuy and pay for it.
No, you cannot get Windows Sidebar unless you have Win 7 or Win Vista -EDIT- Unfortunately, the previous answer is incorrect. You CAN get a Vista windows sidebar for Windows XP. I'm not exactly sure if the package offered on Cnet.com is officially issued from Microsoft, but this download does …give you the "look" features of Vista: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/1089/make_xp_look_like_vista_longhorn_free/#sidebar Good luck! And hopefully this will look good. ( Full Answer )
Windows XP is slower and Windows 7 is buggish. If you want a REAL computer, get a Mac
If you mean will XP work on a 7 compatible computer, the answer is most often yes. If you mean can a XP program run on Windows 7, then mostly but occasionally not. In this case you can run in compatibility mode. If this doesn't work then you could dual boot XP on your computer. If you mean somet…hing else, edit your question. ( Full Answer )
Start the computer and insert the XP installing CD, and when the process gets the partitions management section, delete the partition in which the W7 is installed, create a new one for the XP, and begin formating the XP.
You would need to buy Windows XP and install it on your hard drive to replace Windows 7. However there are programs that can run a simulator of XP while running Windows 7.
Certainly, however it would be advisable to check if your hardware and software are compatibility beforehand. You can find out how to do this on the Microsoft website.
Yes. Some antivirus programs may wrongly detect it as a virus, but it is not.
Not directly they're two different operating systems XP being the older one windows 7 being the new one. But most Xp programs Are compatible With Windows Seven........ In fact I cant think of one that isn't. This is coming from a Basic Programmer. Both windows xp and windows 7 are independent from e…ach other. If you are asking will a windows XP program run on windows 7 then the answer will vary by program. There is a compatibility mode in most versions of windows 7 that will make running legacy software possible ( Full Answer )
You can upgrade to from older versions of Windows to the latestlike XP to Vista but installed programs will probably be removedand need to be reinstalled, and you need to be careful about thestored information on your computer. P.S. Windows 7 is newer and thus recommended instead of Vista incase yo…u already did not know. ( Full Answer )
Windows XP was released in August 2001 whist Windows 7 was released to manufacturer in July 2009 with retail release being October 2009. So Windows XP is around 8 years older than Windows 7.
In what regard? I assume you mean in a network? At home we have a Vista 64bit, XP SP2 and brand new Windows 7 system running on one wireless network. No issues with sharing of files, LAN gaming, ... everything runs smoothly. However, we noticed that you achieve the best results when setting up the… network on the Vista machine. Probably because it's in between of XP and 7. But as far as I can answer your question, yes they are compatible. ( Full Answer )
yes WINDOWS 7 go to control panel>system>change settings>computer name>hit change at the bottom and make a workgroup name. XP go to control panel>system>change settings>computer name>hit change at the bottom and put in the same workgroup name. now, in xp, go to a folder,CD drive,etc. right… click,sharing and select the options you want. 7,right click,sharing tab, advanced sharing,tick share. ( Full Answer )
No. Windows 7 is a newer, more advanced operating system. Both operating systems were launched by Microsoft Corporation. XP was releases on October 25, 2001 and Windows 7 on October 22, 2009. Other Windows 7 tips and tricks are available at the link below. Windows XP is considered better than Win…dows Vista or Windows 7 because it is more easily obtained, although not really legal; as well as a simpler design, stability, and less exploits ad bugs, especially when compared to Windows Vista, one of the worst Windows OS' to date. ( Full Answer )
XP stands for "Experienced". Microsoft had gained enough experience from their 9x or dos based operating systems like windows 95, windows 98 etc, and from their NT-based operating systems like windows NT 4, 2000. Therefore, they used all that experience to build an operating sytem having features fr…om both the lines, and named it Windows XP, or an experienced windows operating system. I told you what I knew, I could be wrong as well. ( Full Answer )
Nothing was techinically "replaced", but they booted in phases rather than specific files. This lead to adding bootmgr (Windows Boot Manager) which reads a registry type file that was not used in Windows XP.
you can change windows ce with any other operating system made for arm architecture,,,but not xp
If you have Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate you can install Windows XP Mode. Or if you want to downgrade you can do a clean install of Windows XP with an installation disk.
if your have windows 7, you have windows 7. if you have windows xp, you have windows xp. that's the difference.
Vista has a Sidebar feature that allows you to see variously running apps on your desktop.
By using the bar on the top to close, maximize, restore or minimize or the bottom right hand corner to adjust the window size (but only if not maximized)
Nope, "sp2" means "service pack 2". Service packs fix bugs and (rarely) add features, but do not upgrade you to a different operating system.
If you're talking about modloader, Find modloader's download button, and download it. Wait for the download to finish, and you have downloaded it. As for installing it, that's a completely different topic. Usually following the instructions on the page will help.
although windows 7 is more powerful, has a higher marketing value, and tends to preferred by users it is possible to replace as long as you have the windows 7 and XP disks. RECCOMENDATION: go to best buy and get someone from geek squad to do it, because if you make a mistake you could damage your c…omputer ( Full Answer )
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
It depends if you are trying to put it on and it won't work, or if it doesn't say it is designed for it. If you are trying to put it on and it won't work, you can't get it to work. If it says it isn't designed for it, it only means it was designed to have a different Operating System. So, it might w…ork. But if it is a really old laptop, chances are it won't work. ( Full Answer )
Windows XP and Service Packs cannot be compared because Windows XPis an Operating System (OS) while Service Packs (SP) are acondensed update package to the Operating System (OS). Each SP isassigned a number, with a greater number indicating the lastestversion. So Windows XP has: SP1 Service Pack 1 …SP2 Service Pack 2 SP3 Service Pack 3 The most recent update as of 2012. Each then is known as an update to Windows XP. ( Full Answer )
Following are the boot loader features of windows 7: a) Windows Boot Manager(Bootmgr.exe) b) Windows Operating System loader c) Windows Resume Loader
XP stands for Experience. Therefore, Windows XP is Windows Experience. There is a very common misconception that it's nicknamed "Xtra Profit" by Microsoft.