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Gooseman

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when i bought my pc it came with windows ME ... dell sent me the XP home edition upgrade ... now i want to reboot my system to run like day 1 when i bought it ... do i use the ME or XP home edition to restore my system?
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Do you want ME or XP?

If you want it restored to the way you had it when you BOUGHT it, you would use ME and you will have a WindowsME machine....

If you're asking can you use the Home XP upgrade disk to install a clean version of XP Home, yes. Simply wipe the drive, reboot with XP Disk, and about three minutes into the process it will ask for proof of a previous OS. You pop in your ME disk, it checks it, then asks for the XP Disk again.
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