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mudhentrain

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Is there a method for my XP pro to continue working if I replace the motherboard? I know XP doesn't like too many radical new changes to system.
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Hi
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whaen you replace the MB you will get a message from windows that there as been a change all you need to do is call micro soft and the will gave you a new # to get you back up and running I just had to do this with my computer when I up grade my MB.
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Thank you. <_< I know hardware, but I'm dense when it comes to software. And XP and I don't along very well. I'd use 2000, but my 2000 CD is damaged.
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