If you havent installed the security updates and have surfed the net (either by modem or by a lan line) you probably picked up one of the many worms wriggling all over the net. Keep those service packs updated and use firefox or some other NON internet explorer browser. If its an older computer you may have to troubleshoot some of your hardware which is a giant PIA. Try taking out any newer components that you may have upgraded before reinstalling your windows and disconnecting your ROM disc drives to see if you can get the OS to boot up and stay up. Bad drivers means bad news. Any upgrades might require you to install driver prior to equipment. Aside from the software issue your hard drive may be funking out. If its making funny noises you better get it somewhere you can back up your stuff. The most common cause for involuntary windows restarts are the worms but that doesnt mean the other problems are ruled out. Good luck.
Version 6.1 is installed on my Windows 7 computer.
The answer is Help.
If the hardware is compatible and you have enough memory you should be able to purchase an "Upgrade" version of XP.
Yes, there is. Even more most of installed on new computer OSes are x64.
All new netbooks come with Windows 7 Starter already installed. To install Windows 7 on a netbook with a previous version of Windows installed you get the Windows 7 CD and insert it into an external disk drive you have installed on your computer. Then follow the installation instructions.
If you have a version of Windows installed on your Mac then you can install a suitable upgrade otherwise you will need a full version of Windows.
That depends on exactly what brand of computer you have, and what operating system was originally installed on the computer being, "wiped" and the computer the Dell disk came from. There are two types of Windows besides the whole Home, Pro, Ultimate etc., Retail and OEM. If the registration information for Windows that came with the computer is going to be reused, and the computer was running the same OS as what is on the Dell disk, in most cases I think that the system will allow a complete reinstall of Windows. If the computer was not running an OEM version of Windows and never has, the Dell Disk would not be able to install properly. A retail version of Windows should be able to be installed on any system that it legally can be installed on that meets the minimum system requirements.
No. Windows XP is an operating system. Microsoft Excel is an application. It must be purchased separately. When you buy a computer you could ask to buy a version of Microsoft Office and have it installed on your computer, but it does not come automatically with your computer.
If you already have a version of windows installed, you could try upgrading from the version you already have installed, but that isn't really installing windows freshly. You'd need to reconfigure your BIOS to boot from the CD. Try checking the manual from your bios or motherboard manufacturer on how to do this, or read the documentation that came with your computer.
It depends on the version of windows you have installed on your computer. You will find the defrag options in the control panel. You simply follow the wizard and it will take you through it.
Only if you have a Mac version of this game or you have the Windows version and you have Windows installed on your Intel iMac.
I think that by Microsoft (the company's name) you mean Windows (the operating system made by Microsoft). The iPad does not come with a version of Windows installed on it, and Windows is not made to be installed an an iPad. All iPads have a version of Apple's iOS installed on it. iPhones and iPod touches also use iOS. The current iOS version is 4.3.5
You have to already have Windows Vista or XP installed on you computer to use the upgrade version. You need the full version if you have an older version of Windows or something else like Ubuntu.You can get round this if you are happy to mess with the registry see: http://www.downloadsquad.com/2009/10/23/save-80-on-your-windows-7-purchase-the-upgrade-does-full-inst/Hope that helps
It depends on which version of Windows you want. They all vary by how advanced they are. The newest Windows 7 Ultimate is about three hundred dollars just for the program. My friend installed ours for us.
Yes, you can, but you cannot charge for Windows 7 RC (it's free). Also be aware that the RC expires June 2010, the user of the computer must buy the retail version of Windows 7 in order to continue using it after that time.
On startup/logoff it will tell you on the bottom of the screen.
I tried to install word 2010 in my computer But appeared a message like this msxml version 6.10.1129.0 to be installed ion your computer?
To use the Windows version of any software on a Mac will require the Windows operating system be installed on the Mac. Microsoft is due to update the Mac version of Messenger any day now.
windows explorer is an older version of my computer. windows explorer can be found in windows 2000 and older, my computer can be found in windows xp, vista and windows 7
You need to have itunes installed on the computer, the latest version would be best.
Installing windows need to specify the Version of windows as Microsoft the Owner of Windows Operating System has changed eventually the way you install the respective version of windows
Yes, as long as you have a recent version of Java installed.
Because Windows 8 is the latest version of Windows, not Windows 7.
Yes. If it's already installed, merely point your bootloader to your Windows XP partition/hard drive. If it's not already installed boot the computer with a Windows XP install disk and follow the instructions. Note: Microsoft will be discontinuing support for XP soon, may want to choose a more up to date version.