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From what I hear most games will run on win 2k with the latest service pack. I've never ran Win2K till now. an attempt to generalize the previous inequality Someone is using my (or has the same) email How to know if my webcam is used or not? XP Pro for OC'ing? his comment is here

solved Downgrading From Pro to Home No sound after downgrade from vista to xp pro How to downgrade from Windows Pro to Windows Home?? Please try again now or at a later time. Is the new Longhorn going to have a lot use less junk? And benchmark have proven that Win XP is faster..

Windows 2000 doesn't like to let anything other than the kernel talk to the hardware. when it restarts you will see a black screen with a prompt "Press any key to boot from CD" . . dinkster9May 28, 2003, 12:17 PM you are not from this planet if you think going from XP home to win2000pro is a Downgrade. (look at some of my previous posts if

Also most of the games I play are new games. I'd would do a clean install of XP right from the start. Fox interested in Firefly reboot. [Anime/SciFi/TV] by Snakeoil269. What you must do before starting though, is back up all important data, settings, etc., as although everything should be OK, it is possible to lose data in an operation of

So I'm satisfied as of right now. What happens to data file locations set by software when you install it? (eg video editing suite has automatically created a file in my documents on the current c drive) This said, you can install Windows XP Pro as clean, completely wiping Windows 2000. Thread Status: Not open for further replies.

I wasn't sure if the upgrade was reliable or if the clean install was a better option. Boot.ini is however fine.]Now you've completed the dual boot, and when you do select XP from the boot menu, you'll go into it without problem (hopefully).Finish with the w2k fine-tuning.If you Yes. totally man.

I think your system is fine.. This will delete all data on the drive so be sure you have your important data backed up. Not the answer you're looking for? Then the GeForce4, Pioneer DVD-RW DVR-105 and you get the picture.I am just curious as to what steps I should take prior to install.

In this instance, you should have used a virus scanner to remove the virus on the Windows 2000 installation PRIOR to installing Windows XP Pro. this content Book your tickets now and visit Synology. That message can pass quickly, so have a finger on the keyboard when you boot. However, WinME (with system restore disable) will beats both of them in PURE GAMING Performance, and also if you only have 64mb of memory, winME or 9x is the way to

There's a night and day difference in speed running Win XP between his machine and mine. I wouldn't bet on it that all games would run on it EVEN after SP2.. Overclockers Forums > Software > Microsoft Operating Systems > Win 2K pro much faster then Win XP! by tonyron227 / February 13, 2011 1:12 PM PST In reply to: Upgrade from Win 2K Pro to Win XP Pro When the system reboots, do not press any key to

However it is a Resource HOG, and unless you have a 500mhz or greater CPU with 256mb of RAM - XP isn't useable. I believe they are handicapped and cannot be used for upgrades. Uninstall, not just disable through the MSCONFIG routine (that wasn't part of Win 2K but had to be downloaded)?

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Boot Disk" here: Good Luck! ---- How to optimize Windows XP for the best performance: "Harry Keijzer" wrote: > I just read on the Web that if you install Yes Win XP is a ram hogger.. I have been trying >that for a number of days now, though, from a number of >different boot disks downloaded from different web sites, >but that won't work: the boot disks Goto this page < to read more and the get the file that will make the floppies for you.

Any suggestion?Thanks · actions · 2004-Jun-24 10:08 pm · tim_kButtons, Bows, Beamer, Shadow, KaseyPremium Memberjoin:2002-02-02Stewartstown, PA tim_k Premium Member 2004-Jun-24 10:18 pm I suggest a fresh install. mdcomp04-21-02, 01:04 PMI like xp, even though it is a little slower sometimes. Cause Win XP is a resource hog. So as long as I can still reimage the Win 2K system if something else is causing the problem, I'll be glad to give it a try (and let you know).

Such things are rarely compatible with the next OS and can thwart, break and corrupt the upgrade. I have been trying > that for a number of days now, though, from a number of > different boot disks downloaded from different web sites, > but that won't work: Enter Setup, and after the license agreement take New Install. i watched the tutorial.

We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. That means any games that run on XP will run on Win2k (even faster since win2k doesn't have all that extra useless crap). bdf2411-12-01, 09:50 PMI installed Win XP on my dads machine. The system uses an Intel D850MVSE, Intel Northwood 2.0 GHz CPU, 2 Seagate 160GB hard drives, 2 working optical drives--one a Plextor burner and one Sony, Radeon 8500 video card, Creative

Man win 2k is so much faster! Personally I found the eyecandy used up a lot of system resources for no good reason. XP is good though. I only tried that as a secondary resort after the looping referenced in my post occurred.

The PC in question is an old Dell Dimension P III 600. what will be the solution. 10 Answers Found I gather you are trying to install Windows XP? you might want to print one for reference during the install. Win2k has absolutely no issues with DX (i run 8.1 perfectly with no hitches) and 128-bit encryption was included in SP2 (that means you don't have to wait for SP3).

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