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help..!! help...! S.O.S i had dowloaded xp sp3 for free version at 23.00 wib/ 08/oct/2012, from softpedia but i don't know its Serial Number, when i installing it to my computer...who knows that? plz help me...

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Hi, I have bought used computer with license sticker for win xp sp3 media center. System needs to be reinstalled. I do not have win xp sp3 media center CD. Can I install win xp sp3 and use key from the sticker? Thanks in advance for help....

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Hi all, This is venkatesh, i have problem with usb drives . I need a way to access data card but not usb drives through usb port. I need to do this very urgently. The one way is when u disable usb ports my data card also not works. what can i do in this situation. Any one plz help me, Thanks in advance

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I have spent days reading different threads and trying lots of stuff, but nothing has helped my problem. My setup is a home network with one desktop PC wired to an ActionTec router-modem on ATT DSL and 2 PC laptops on wireless. Everything works on the two laptops, but I cannot get internet on the desktop. However, I can successfully ping everything from the desktop including the router/gateway, the other computers, other IP addresses and web addresses. I thought it might be the desktop-to-router cable or the wired side of the router, but I connected a laptop to the router …

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Hi, Could anyone please help me to understand what's involved when moving a hard drive (Windows and documents in three partitions) to a new PC? I have an XP SP3 setup that I've tweaked to perfection (for me at least) and would like to maintain those files and settings when I get a new PC. Both machines have ASUS motherboards, the old with Intel Core 2 Duo E8400, the new with Intel i5. I have done some research into sysprep but it seems able to be used in a number of ways. For example, to deploy many copies of the …

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I have a machine with XP Pro SP3, on an Asus P5L...something board and an Intel E5200 dual core CPU. The BIOS shows both cores, and windows shows both cores in device manager, but not in Task Manager. See screenshot: [url]http://edgebox.ca/singlecore.PNG[/url] From what I've googled, it seems to be a problem with the HAL ACPI thing, needs to be a multiprocessor one, but I don't know how to switch it?

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Microsoft has put the brakes on Windows XP Service Pack 3, which was supposed to be available yesterday through the [URL=http://update.microsoft.com/windowsupdate/v6/default.aspx?ln=en-us]Windows Update Website[/URL]. A [URL=http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=3262170&SiteID=17]Tuesday post[/URL] on its TechNet site said a “compatibility issue” between Microsoft’s Dynamics Retail Management System point-of-sale application and SP3 has caused the delay. The same issue effects [URL=http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/windowsvista/sp1.mspx] Vista SP1[/URL], but [URL=http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=b0c7136d-5ebb-413b-89c9-cb3d06d12674&DisplayLang=en]that update[/URL], released last week, has already been pushed out via Microsoft’s Automatic Updates. The XP service pack had already been released to manufacturing but was not in wide distribution otherwise. XP SP3 continues to be [URL=http://www.tipandtrick.net/2008/official-windows-xp-sp3-build-5512-final-download-links-from-windows-update/]available online at Tip and Trick[/URL] for those …

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With the lackluster adoption of Vista, perhaps Microsoft plans to migrate XP users by attrition—one service pack at a time. The company today released Windows XP SP3, which enables in XP a slew of features, many native to Vista. Available now as a stand-alone [URL="http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=68c48dad-bc34-40be-8d85-6bb4f56f5110&displaylang=en"]installer pack[/URL], the update brings XP users to Peer Name Resolution Protocol 2.1, the version of Microsoft’s peer-to-peer technology used by Vista to learn of and communicate with other Vista apps and Web-connected systems by name. It also will allow XP apps to do the same with those on Vista. PNRP 2.0 was introduced in Vista …

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