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Rebecca C

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Hi Peter,

Hope you had a wonderful holiday and are enjoying the New Year!

I guess it is time for the parallel install.

First some questions:

1 Should I get a new video card?

2 Should I get XP for the parallel install or are we installing ME?

Thanks,
Rebecca
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peterm

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Hi Rebecca
May I suggest you do not waste your money on XP. You do not have enough ram to run it.
Do you want to try
1) One or two only goes at fixing this install.
2) A parellel install on this drive.
3) We install your new drive as a master and you current drive as slave. Add a new install to the new drive
and use the old drive as a backup or spare data drive?
Cheers
Peterm
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