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Windows XP I have windowsXP on my computer(fully regiistered) but have no toolbar how do I retrieve this?

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Go to top pf screen right under the blue bar. Right mouse click and make sure your toolbar is checked. This should help/

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Toolbars


Ok, this feature is seems to be disable for the Best performance.

You can enable it after open My Computer --> Rt. Click --> select on Properties --> Go To System Properties --> Then select Performance Option

Here you can check the button and make it
" Lets Window choose what's best for My Computer"
or

Adjust for best apppearance.

Dont forget to vote me if this solves the problem, otherwise do post for more info.

Thanks
Scott

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WindowsXP professional, start up


Hi,

This needs some understanding of OS only. Don't worry.

Now, coming to ur first problem... u can change the bootup xp options by modifying the c:\boot.ini (be careful too...and u r right, it will not slow down ur pc)

reg. the bootup disk problem, ... u may need to create a bootable CD for installation... u may get the 'bootstrap' CD image from internet (but, r u having a licensed version???)


:)

Have a nice day

I hope, my suggestion was helpful

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Power001:
You have to create restore points first in order for this feature to work, to fully understand the system restore please go through this informative article:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/helpandsupport/getstarted/ballew_03may19.mspx
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