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Solved: XP Home/XP Pro
I have a laptop which I bought with Vista and then made a clean install to Win 7 Pro. After install I ran windows asked me to run network setup wizard so, okay, I did. this is getting more complicated then I have ever imagine. Its very annoying and I would love to know it if you do. http://realink.org/solved-xp/solved-xp-home.html
When booting, the computer booted with Home and the Pro boot option was gone. Most modern HP etetc. That's how I found the previous discussion about the HPA. I did not log into the special admin account on XPP to play with anything. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/win-xp-home-edition-sp3-upgrade-to-win-xp-professional-1
The Home edition has SP3 like the CD I have. does any body know the best way to do this is it to set the computer to boot the cd rom first and have the xp pro cd in the cd XP Home supports no group policies. I can see the workgroup entirely, meaning the XP home laptop and the XP pro desktop.
If I get the connection working I'll be happy with XP Home SP3....That worked fine before the upgrade mess.... Check the copies are truly accessible on at least one other working system. Email Password Log In Forgot your password? any ideas besides get a new computer. ( I have a very recent model) Thanks See more Dell 2400 XP Home to Pro problem DELL windows xp ''home edition'' XP Pro
Hi raphoneix, Hi ScottW, Many thanks for your inputs. Is there one specific one for network adapter drivers? But probably need internet acess. Other computers can see the machine, but can't access it.
Booting back from home edition went well. I have added you as a friend. That should let the Professional XP3 installation begin the install process. Log In or Register to post comments srimankoduri (not verified) on Jun 15, 2007 i am using 2 systems one is connected with iBurst wireless internet(winxp home)another one(winxo proff.)am using crossover
How can I upgrade my Windows XP Home to Windows XP Professional. JoinAFCOMfor the best data centerinsights. I am sending you a private message as well. Home Where can i find a legit XP Pro ISO?
I am 76 and I guess a glutton for punishment. this page Log In or Register to post comments Danny (not verified) on Oct 29, 2009 One more thing, both of these PC are in the same workgroup, which is HOME. Join our site today to ask your question. do you have any suggestions?
Although it would be wise to safeguard your personal files now before going any further; copy them to external storage typically dvd and if possible an external hard drive too. What do do? Morry Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported.
systems can u plz guys help me in this regards..
XP doesn't care which card is installed and identifies the interfaces uniquely, so switching back and forth isn't a problem, even if users never reboot their computers (many users just hibernate ONLY GOD CAN SAVE US (not verified) on Feb 20, 2007 Yeah its retarded. I have SP 3 on my home edition and when I insert my copy of Windows XP Professional in the drive and try to install it says that it can not Now I just need to get rid of the boot option on boot menu and delete the Win NT folder on C.
However, as she had a friend already installed a different windows os (xp pro) onto the harddrive, the HPA is not there anymore! also my xp pro cd is a copy from a friend with all the codes will that work or do i have to buy a new one! If you feel you need/want XP Pro, back up all your important data from XP Home, then completely wipe the HDD & install XP Pro from scratch. useful reference Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password?
regards Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. The problem is that my office wireless network is heavily locked down: My company uses a lot of wireless networking security so that someone sitting in our lobby can't simply open It can be viewed/revealed this way:http://tinyurl.com/kugd7u6http://pcsupport.about.com/od/windo...And once revealed/"unhidden"...How to edit the boot.ini:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/289022http://best-windows.vlaurie.com/boo...http://tinyurl.com/9zntktIf your computer came with Home already installed - and with a recovery partition, then likely it's what is called/referred Hi raphoenix, thanks for your reply.
Thanks trvlr. If you have a retail Home (with a retail/non OEM key) then you naturally need a retail cd... Will that give me the correct drivers. safe mode?