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Installing Windows Server 2003


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MisterH

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I'm trying to install Windows Server 2003 from Windows 2000 server but it won't work, I know i'm past the system reqs With a Pentium II 300 Overdrive processor
and 128MB of ram but it says:
Your Computer does not meet the following requirements:
Minimum 128MB of RAM
Is there any way I can skip the RAM check ?
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peterm

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is your ram being used by your video. you may have 128 ram but 64 or so being used by onboard video. Check your bios.
If you don't know how let me know
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No i don't have on board video.
I'm thinking of taking my harddrive putting it in my friends computer,
Installing and then putting it back
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yep
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