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Help with downgrading to XP

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Old 09-27-2007
RyanH
 

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Help with downgrading to XP
I think I'm gonna downgrade to XP to try and solve my sound problem. Plus
it'll help me sort out a few other compatability issues I've been having but
now I need to know if I snould buy the home edition upgrade or the full
version. Its like a hundred dollar difference.
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Old 09-27-2007
peter
 

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Re: Help with downgrading to XP
The only way to get Vista off is to format the HD...unless you are aimong to
dual boot but thats another story.
If you have a copy of a previous MS operating system...win 98/ME...then you
can use the upgrade version of XP if not you will need the full version of
XP.
Around here,in the great white north,the price difference is like
$50.00............
peter
"RyanH" <RyanH@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I think I'm gonna downgrade to XP to try and solve my sound problem. Plus
> it'll help me sort out a few other compatability issues I've been having
> but
> now I need to know if I snould buy the home edition upgrade or the full
> version. Its like a hundred dollar difference.


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Old 09-27-2007
Mick Murphy
 

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RE: Help with downgrading to XP
Also, if your MB is brand new, make sure there are XP Drivers written for it.

"RyanH" wrote:

> I think I'm gonna downgrade to XP to try and solve my sound problem. Plus
> it'll help me sort out a few other compatability issues I've been having but
> now I need to know if I snould buy the home edition upgrade or the full
> version. Its like a hundred dollar difference.

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