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Reinstall windows 2000 over XP


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I need to know how to install windows 2000 pro over XP pro. When i put the CD in it says that the operating system is newer than that on the cd so i will not be able to us it. Please help i just want to start over fresh. :tazz:

Edited by slapjaw2122, 03 October 2005 - 05:30 PM.

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Is there a reason why you cannot keep XP Pro
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I just moved from hawaii and cannot find the xp pro disk and have my 2000 disk is all.
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Microsoft will replace missing software

Have you any data on the PC you would prefer to keep
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Yeah, before you destroy your XP install, call MS - just give them the info on the current XP install and they should help you out.

You CAN get back into XP??
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http://www.petri.co...._windows_xp.htm
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