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Thread: Just Installed XP




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    Just installed XP on my computer. Good ****. Thanks XXXXXX

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    yeah tis kewl huh?

    btw, don't make it TOO obvious u got it off XXXXXdevil: ...all legit of course :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes::
    At the request of wiggo ;)

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    yes, all legit, nothing else :D

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    hf tweaking it:)

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    I'm getting ready to install it myself. A little nervous because I will be doing it on my primary hard drive, but I have a backup on a separate partition of important stuff in the case that it fails on me.
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    use NTFS and you should partition so that there is a fat32 main and a ntfs boot, faster that way

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    Why a FAT32 main partition? I will not be networking with any other machines, so a FAT32 partition would be senseless. There are no Win9x based machines that will be looking at my files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    I'm getting ready to install it myself. A little nervous because I will be doing it on my primary hard drive, but I have a backup on a separate partition of important stuff in the case that it fails on me.
    you'll be fine darth - you won't regret it :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    Why a FAT32 main partition? I will not be networking with any other machines, so a FAT32 partition would be senseless. There are no Win9x based machines that will be looking at my files.
    I wouldn't bother with it

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