i have install windows xp from a dell original windows xp cd, and its now showing 30 days for activation,it's my fifth and sixth time i continously format my computer and now i don't want to format it,So i want any cd key or any crack software for that can change it registry or something related to prblm.
and one more thing my system is old and every time i install a new win xp, it gets corrupt after 15 or 20 days,,,so is there is any light weight linux operating system which i can install in place of win xp,,,,,which support all types of games,,media files and drivers of my compaq computers(model-2007) just as win xp and at the same time being light but i don't want to download any further software or my computer drivers for it.
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And you should also know that using a Dell OEM XP disk to install onto an HP Compaq computer will inevitably result in the kinds of problems you describe.
There is a small chance that HP may be willing to sell to you, the original operating system disk for that computer at a reasonable price (Usually for under $30US) Contact HP to explore this option.
With the above out of the way, your second inquiry regarding Operating System options may offer some solutions for you.
Every Linux user has his own favorite distro.
For you, I would recommend Ubuntu because it installs with a relatively full functioning out-of-the-box experience, and is quite versatile.
As to your requirement that the Operating System be able to handle all of the files, functions, and games you are presently familiar with, that will be a bit of a problem.
Linux is not easily adaptable to Windows platform gaming. And developers are not showing a great deal of interest in writing modifications of games which may be well known and popular with you.
There are, however, a large number of well developed and interesting games available in the Linux community.
Here is just one link to get you started. http://www.techdrive...s-for-2012.html