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3 versions of windows xp on my computer

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I am having big problems with my pc. my boyfriend installed a windows xp pro onto my computer which already had xp home on it, without realizing he needed to activate it. i now have 2 versions of home and one version of pro on my pc, and none of them will run, i keep receiving a system shutdown notice by NT AUTHORITY SYSTEM. i really don't want to lose all of the data on my computer- and i don't have a clue as to what i should do!
(I have my original disks for xp home and the passwords)...if that helps at all.
Can anyone help me??!!

Edited by lacers5, 14 March 2006 - 05:51 PM.

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Duplicate thread.. Being helped HERE..

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