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Ok, can I delete everything, then reinstall Windows ME? I have all 3 re-install discs.
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Yes
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Ok, once that is done. Will my operating system (Windows ME) boot properly?
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It should do, ordinarily it has to as it has only just been installed
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Ok. I'll post when My C: is done deleting and I re-install it.

Edited by RiverDanceGod, 28 August 2005 - 01:45 PM.

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It will be done deleting in an hour or so. Also once it is re installed and everything is running fine. Should I just unplug and replug my router to get it up in the E:?
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Unplug the router and use its software CD to install and plug in when prompted
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About another half hour for the C: to be deleted.
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OK
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Ok, Windows Me has installed, and is now searching for any new hardware and plug and play devices. I think we killed two birds with one stone with the conversions. Now all thats left to do is connect the router. I'll message back if and when everything is running smoothly.
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Thank You for letting me know
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Mission Accomplished. Thanks for all the help, but stick around because I might have a little problem with the router.
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:tazz:
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Ok, everything is up and running. Now I just need to get the wireless router to work. I unplugged it and plugged it back in but nothing happened. I was wondering how can I make the internet connection. I was away for the week and the geek squad had installed it. So how should I go about getting internet on my Windows ME?
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On this computer (My downstairs legal XP Version) when I go to my computer and then click the E: I can set it up from there. But on the computer I just restored, there isn't an E:.
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