windows xp

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    simon Guest

    Hi Again,
    Just another quick question.
    What sort of job is it to install windows xp pro onto a new clean hard
    drive.I know you can boot from cd,but that's about all i know !!
    Any pit-falls to worry about or any nasties that might creep up on me ??.
    Any advice or tips would be very welcome,
    Thanks,
    Simon.
     
    simon, Jul 6, 2004
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    simon, Jul 6, 2004
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    IAN GARDNER Guest

    "simon" <> wrote in message
    news:ccf00f$hvl$...
    > Hi Again,
    > Just another quick question.
    > What sort of job is it to install windows xp pro onto a new clean hard
    > drive.I know you can boot from cd,but that's about all i know !!
    > Any pit-falls to worry about or any nasties that might creep up on me ??.
    > Any advice or tips would be very welcome,
    > Thanks,
    > Simon.
    >
    >


    Hello Simon,
    I wouldn`t worry about it. If the drive has nothing on it then try it. If
    it doesn`t install properly then put 98SE on it.
    --
    IAN. P. GARDNER
    ISLE OF WIGHT
    www.gardner44.freeserve.co.uk
     
    IAN GARDNER, Jul 12, 2004
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