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lizzyizmenow

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;) OKAY HERE IT GOES,
SOMEWHERE BACK I CANT REMEMBER WHEN A FRIEND OFFERED TO LET ME DOWNLOAD HER XP BECAUSE MY 98 DIDN'T HAVE SOME OF THE PROGRAMS XP OFFERED, SO NOT KNOWING WHAT WE WERE DOING AND NOT KNOWING IT WAS ILLEGAL WE DID IT . I GUESS I WAS SUPPOSED TO GET RID OF 98 FIRST OR SOMETHING. SO WHEN IT WAS RUNNING SOOOOO SLOOOW I DECIDED TO GET RID OF SOME OF XP. ANYWAY NOW MY COMPUTER IS A MESS, IT'S TO SLOW I LOST PROGRAMS I NEEDED AND ON TOP OF THAT I KEEP GETTING THIS STUPID MESSAGE THAT SAYS; VIRTUAL MEMORY LOW CHANGING SETTINGS OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.
PLEASE! PLEASE! ;) :tazz:
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Are you able to save your documents and images to disc so that you can format the drive.

The problem with trying to remove XP is that you have already removed bits of it, without knowing which bits, it may be you have removed files XP needs to uninstall.

However, you can try here

http://support.micro...kb;en-us;314052
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