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katmandu

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Hey folks, i have a new mobo/ram/cpu to install over old parts in my pc. Do i need to reinstall windows cos of the new parts? i'm going from a 2.6ghz celeron socket 478/1gig pc2700 ddr/p4ge - fsc mobo to an athlon 64x2/2 gig ddr2 677mhz/gigabyte ga-ma69vm-s2
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Practically you don't have to reinstall unless you change the motherboard, if you've changed this you will need to reinstall.
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Oh cool, are there compatibility issues installing a 32 bit version of xp? is there a 64 bit version i should buy? i don't really wanna get vista yet though.

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