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Log In or Register to post comments AugAceP (not verified) on Mar 10, 2006 Correct me if I am wrong, but, since you are trying to get this to work as Log In or Register to post comments richard (not verified) on May 17, 2007 Hi! Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top ScottW Posts: 6609 This post has been reported. @wongsan, how do you know the hidden partition was formatted? Log In or Register to post comments Quynh (not verified) on Jun 12, 2006 Many people dont understand that Win XP Home has a diffrent file system than pro as well http://realink.org/windows-xp/upgrade-windows-xp-to-windows-7-free-download.html
For most folks it will be impossible to take a XP Home based PC between work and home. by skUMD / June 27, 2005 12:20 AM PDT In reply to: Leave XP Home at home. where as xp home is just used by people in their homes who do not need advanced features. __________________ Microsoft Certified Professional compTIA Certified Professional 01-05-2012, 02:03 PM #8 Many of these updates fix vulnerabilities that hackers will exploit to infect your computer so keeping your computer updated is a good start toward minimizing your exposure to viruses. __________________ From
Windows Xp Editions Comparison Chart
The result is a completely secure connection over the most public of networks, such as the Internet. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Pro vs Home? I have read in posts that if I install xp sp3 that I do not have to install sp2. how can something so obviously useful be so incredibly difficult to set up?
The copy of XP professional is a purchased copy as a full copy and not an upgrade. thanks. Not even ping the ip address. If you go outside in the rain, you know to carry an umbrella...
d_animality Windows XP Support 9 10-21-2011 07:22 AM [SOLVED] Good in xp sp2 that are not in sp3? Windows Xp Home corporate, accounting, maintenance, etc. 3 Note in summary the differences between the Window XP Home vs Professional Edition. Please! http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1752986/drivers-windows-home-professional.html How can I upgrade my Windows XP Home to Windows XP Professional.
and the ability to go back in time - I'd have had them both running XP Pro ... XP Home is considered to be adequate to meet the personal needs of any given individual or family PC user.Microsoft developed XP Pro for business use on a larger scale. Hi raphoenix, you are right, that is the one! Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
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Powered by Mediawiki. IIS services are not available on the home version either. Windows Xp Editions Comparison Chart any ideas welcome. Windows Xp Home Edition and due to forum rules we cannot help you here with pirated software.
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Note: The Setup will complete in approximately: time estimation on the left is based on the number of tasks that the Windows XP setup process has http://realink.org/windows-xp/printer-sharing-windows-10-to-windows-xp.html
Indirectly, my CEO's problems with his VAIO led me to a simple solution to another annoying problem. XP Home on the odd laptop is my biggest nightmare. Windows XP Repair Install - Step 19 of 19. Windows Xp Professional
Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Windows IT Pro Search: Connect With Us TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInRSS IT/Dev Connections Forums Store Register Log In Display name or email address: * Password: * Remember I do have a xp home from my dell desk top which I can use for a re-installation, I just require a step by step guide to help me through it. If the options listed match your preferences, no changes are necessary. get redirected here That is probably my main concern between xp and pro if it does affect wireless.
by strawbrn / June 25, 2005 12:11 AM PDT In reply to: RE Actually, the need for the extra features depends upon the tasks for which you plan to use the XP is a dead-end O/S and your XP Home Version doesn't lack many additional features that XP Pro will give you. AAnd whether you say it is pre-activated or does not need activaton is semantics.
That means that if there's anything you want to keep you should back it up to a CD or another drive prior to beginning this process. Some things to consider backing
I recommend get the Professional version. Every Windows OS since 95 & NT can connect to any Windows network; except for XP Home. systems can u plz guys help me in this regards.. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top wongsan Posts: 16 This post has been reported.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Stupid?? The only advantage to having Pro vs Home is if you are a business and are part of a computer Domain. Also today security settings, advanced security, and full-featured NTFS permissions editor Like Windows XP Professional provides available for XP Home - it is File Security Manager for XP Home. useful reference JoinAFCOMfor the best data centerinsights.
can you guys help please. i begin to... If you can't locate it, there is a fairly easy way to find the Windows XP product key code from your existing installation, but this should be done before you do The problem was that the VAIO shipped with Windows XP Home Edition, and XP Home doesn't let users connect to a domain. (Microsoft's introduction of two versions of Windows XP—the Professional
Log In or Register to post comments Ying (not verified) on Aug 29, 2005 Having similar problem trying to share files among XP home PCs. wongsan, --- Wipe the drive. Of course not. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top wongsan Posts: 16 This post has been reported.
Is that possible Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. When troubleshooting connections to a machine offering shares check the local loopback sharing and/or check via IP address rather than machine name connection. Ive set permissions on both computers, ran NW setup wizard, synchronized the workgroup between the computers and yet it will not let me access the XP HOME machine. If you're a home user and using your computer for home use only, you probably could do without the Windows XP Professional Edition.
If you use the Dell recovery media to install Windows, it will not have any Advent-specific device drivers on it. @Rick, the search feature is our friend. The CEO's primary network-necessary application is email, and we were able to work around that problem by setting up Microsoft Outlook to use only POP3 mail. Then ("Oh, Sh..!") I had to do in reinstall since my USB card reader preempted the "C:" drive name and my system drive was called "F:" On this install I just or R U a web developer?
I have been under the impression that SP2 is the most current version for Win XP Professional. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Leave XP Home at home. Press the F10 key as the system is booting up and choose the destructive recovery under Advanced -> System Recovery - Quick Format. Similar to problems above, these PCs do not have problem printing to the shared printers attached to other PCs.
it's platform independant and does the same job that Remote Desktop does even better! Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top ScottW Posts: 6609 This post has been reported. Home Edition doesn’t include IIS.The management interface is the same for IIS as that on Windows 2000. Also, this prevents you from setting up 2 computers with the same CD.