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Uninstalling XP Pro - Windows XP/2000/ME

You can't just uninstall and go back to the previous version of windows that u had. u must wipe the hard drive clean and do a clean install of that other OS.  ...

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    Default Uninstalling XP Pro

    You can't just uninstall and go back to the previous
    version of windows that u had. u must wipe the hard drive
    clean and do a clean install of that other OS.
     
    Chris Guest

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    Default Uninstalling XP Pro

    You cant uninstall yur operating system. you can A;
    install an additional operating system(u can have more
    than one on yoour pc)or B: you can reformat your hard
    drive and reinstall adiffrent operating system. Also if
    you are not an administrator you have restricted access.
    xp only resticts what is told to restrict 
    Guest

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    As already mentioned, format and reinstall.
    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE backup all your doents and files
    before hand

    Jas


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    Jasdev Guest

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    Default Re: Uninstalling XP Pro

    Actually you can uninstall Windows XP if the install was an upgrade overtop
    of an existing Windows 98/Me setup.

    --

    Harry Ohrn - MS MVP [Shell/User]
    www.webtree.ca/windowsxp


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    Harry Guest

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    Unbelievable!



    "Kevin" <com> wrote in message
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    Donald Guest

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    " Ted" <"""""'""""""> wrote in message
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    retard!
     
    files, changed the filing system to NTFS, or deleted the previous OS 

    K-Man, you coward, I was replying to gizelda not the OP. If you hadn't
    ed up your ISP account you wouldn't have to use CDO in which case you
    would be able to follow the thread correctly.

    .. --

    Harry Ohrn - MS MVP [Shell/User]
    www.webtree.ca/windowsxp


    Harry Guest

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    you cannot uninstall an os! He is obviosly a newbie and
    was looking to uninstall it like a program!in either case
    (upgrade-vs full install)he would have to format to
    revert back to an older os. 
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    gizelda196 Guest

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    In 378b01c35572$0de88200$gbl, gizelda196 wrote:
     


    Sorry, but what you say is not so. Harry's reply below is
    correct.

    --
    Ken Blake
    Please reply to the newsgroup

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    Ken Guest

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