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“EyesOnMeStudios” wrote: Before Xp can install it has to check that your system is combatible so click the 3rd button first and then if combatible it will allow you to install.
If your system isn’t compatible it will most probally say “install anyway”
He cant install xp if he still has vista on there.
ok amped do u really think that i havent tried google hundreds of times? thats the first thing you do.
Spelling everything in lower case with “u” instead of “you” doesn’t exactly show your intelligence.
Amped, was trying to help. You’d be surprised how many people come with a question without having googled it.
You should check with the people who sold you the computer. Even if you qualify for a downgrade to XP (I think downgrades are not available for Vista Basic), your machine may not support XP fully (some Sony laptops do not have XP drivers available).
The basic process is to obtain an install disk for XP (you don’t need to own it, just borrow one from someone), wipe your harddrive clean, install XP, and then contact Microsoft for activation. You will need your Vista activation code.
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