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Dell reinstalation problems with XP


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Mcaffee failed to catch a trojon that crippled Mcaffee after it got in. Was unable to go to a Mcafee site, so Mcafee told me to eliminate all files for it. In doing so I was unable to reload Mcafee from a CD as well. Now I erased my old version of XP that came from Dell preinstalled trying to start over , but I dont know how to find a compreable down load so I can start over. My internal wireless card does not show or work, so I have no access to the net. Help???
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Now I erased my old version of XP that came from Dell preinstalled trying to start over

Talking about recovery partition?
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I got smart and remembered the basic and went to the dell web site and looked up the configeration that dell loaded.......next down loaded the drivers I needed on to a flash and reinstalled XP.........problem solved....thanks anyway
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Nice job :)
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