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Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2 - Sistemas operativos (PC, Caja, ENG, Intel Pentium/Celeron, AMD K6/Athlon/Duron 233 MHz)
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Compatible con Mac: No
Conectar y usar (Plug and Play): Si
Espacio mínimo del disco duro: 1,5 GB
Memoria RAM mínima: 0,0625 GB
Procesador mínimo: Intel Pentium/Celeron, AMD K6/Athlon/Duron 233 MHz
Tipo de software: Caja
Versión de idioma: ENG
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Back to Windows XP. I must admit I am biased as I have used this program for a long time. To me the program seems very stable and works well for most programs. I know some day I will have to switch to Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit (Full) System Builder DVD 1 Pack, but for now I am happy with Windows XP. The program works and I highly recommend it.
What worked was F-disk and a new, clean install. I did a lot of research on this since I had not done one since Win 98. The clean install required a lot of prep and copying of drivers, files, SP versions, and some settings onto an external backup drive.
I have win 7 on my laptop and do not like it much, so I didn't want to do an upgrade and I didn't want to try in on my 32 bit processor. My husband uses this desktop and doesn't like the win 7 interface either.
So, I had to f-disk my previous botched upgrade from Win 2000. Once the prep was done, it went very smoothly.
The only problems I have had, even after bringing it all up to date, are a regular loading error for a missing file (br something - can't locate any info on it), I can't install Google Chrome on it (missing software which is not detailed in the error message), it counted as the "third" computer on my Norton Antivirus software (had a few other minor probs there) and it does not have the drivers for my hp deskjet 5550.
I can't find the hp driver anywhere and it's not on HP's website anymore. The printer is old but works great, and I can't find my installation disk. My new wireless Cannon works with this old desktop but sometimes I just want a quick serial print.
Would welcome any suggestions.
So if you are moderately geeky, as I am, fear not. There is plenty of info on the currently still neutral Internet on how to F-disk and install an operating system. And it's pretty difficult to actually damage a PC in the process.
My next computer will have the digital drive with no moving parts. Works like a thumb drive, only better. Dual boot will be a cinch with two of those.
Never ever go to the web, if that is even possible, any you might be able to use it but good luck.