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

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" Lets Window choose what's best for My Computer"
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Adjust for best apppearance.

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

Thanks
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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???)


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Have a nice day

I hope, my suggestion was helpful

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