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Windows XP's Install Problems - Windows XP's Install Problems
Wed, November 10 2004 | 2:06AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Generally speaking, installing Windows XP, either Home or Professional, is a walk in the park. Guided by pretty colors, loading bars that beam back and forwards and constant Microsoft messages that reassure you that you have made a worth while purchase, which is Microsoft Windows XP. However, at this important stage of file decompression, decoding and decrypting and extracting tyrant sized Windows files, odds are that your computer is highly susceptible to fault at this stage. However, theoretically speaking, certain problems with install might cause a lot of variables to turn sour, and as a whole, cause your install of Windows XP to become possessed to the core. Thankfully, most problems are solvable by yourself, just before you use the hammer, miscellaneous computer accessory, or your fist to manually correct the issue.
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