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FIRST PLEASE INSERT THE OPERATING SYSTEM DISK.THEN RESTART THE COMPUTER.PRESS ANY KEY WHEN IT SAYS TO TELL YOU.THEN FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS.WHEN PARTITION BOX COMES .PRESS "D" TO DELETE ALL PARTITION&"C"TO CREATE PARTITION.AFTER THAT INSTALL THE OPERATING SYSTEM
there is no need for VGA driver. it should be installed in the BIOS.
it should work with any of the video card in the machine. all you have to to do is insert the CD and follow the instruction on the screen.
I believe the cheapest route to go would to buy a new Windows XP CD with the a new Product Key. I've seen it on some sites as low as $50. Ebay being one suggestion. If cost isnt really option and you wanted Vista then you might go ahead and get a new copy of Vista. I know Vista requires more system resources to run but since it came pre-installed on your system there shouldn't be any problem in putting that Operating System back on.
then another website opens, then on left side look for download
after downloading it you need to extract the zip file
then you need to double click on the theme file inside the folder where you extrated the files
a new theme is applyed.
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