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« on: April 12, 2004, 10:14:56 AM »

PLEASE SUPPLY RELEVANT INFORMATION:
Operating System Version: Prof. 2000 & Home XP
Problem Application Name & Version: Home XP
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I bought an old computer from work, it had Windows 2000 on it. I loaded Home XP (had it on my home computer) because I thought it would be nice to have the same operating system on both. Now the work computer is not working right and I want to remove XP and have only  2000 on it. I am going to try to create a wireless home network.
Help! I don't want to spend lots of money to take it in and get reformated....
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« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2004, 04:35:10 PM »

How did you install the XP into the machine? If you used the XP installation option to install into a spare FAT32 partition, then it's a fairly simple matter to delete the XP partition and edit the boot.ini from Win2k.
If you used NTFS, then things become a little more complicated Sad
You may well be best advised to go to a specialist Win2k newsgroup, such as
microsoft.public.win2000.new_user
and ask there - make sure that you include the details of how you installed XP in the first place (and whether you're using a third-party boot manager)

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