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soul40k

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LOL!!!! hold on, let me be a retard for a second.. LOLZROFFLY COPPTERRRRRERRERERERREREE

I had a USB stick in, and as soon as i took it out, it launched properly...

After the install with the old Dlink, it loaded windows nooo problemmm...

I am goin to try and install some windows drivers again.


Update: For some reason registrering my computer just wont work.. I have 3 different, legit, cd keys for xp pro, and none of them are working. So I cant do that, sooo I will have to figure this out..

Edited by soul40k, 02 December 2007 - 02:28 PM.

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soul40K,

I am sorry but my honest answer to this is call the activation number and have them work it out.
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Well... I reformated windows since I couldn't get it to validate even with them on the phone... They even suggested it. Now it validates with the CD keys i had, they couldnt figure out what that problem was either... I think i might be good now after this.. Ill make usre to stay away from everything that happened before.. (mainly the dlink driver lol)
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soul40k,

Glad you got your system working. I would recommend creating a "hard disk image" of your system in the state it is in. Various programs can be used to do this like Norton Ghost or Acronis True image. There may also be some free programs for this however I can not think of them at this moment.

Edited by tuxmaster, 06 December 2007 - 05:38 PM.

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That i shall.
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