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VISTA ET XP

J'ai un PC portable qui a VISTA avec partision. Je veux installer le XP sans otant suprime VISTA. comment peut on proceder? Merci

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U want to install. xp on vista machine...
first u intall sata dirver on vista pc...
after take 2 inf file form that sata driver folder.. after u search on net. nlite softewar... on site nlite.. u get all solution .. how to create sata xp cd.,... compatable for vista sata hardrive machine...

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Il faut avoir un partition libre exampl: D: ou E:
lancer le CD d'installation et quand Windows te demande de choisir la route de la installation il faut choisir D: ou E: comme ça automatiquement se afichera un nvo ligne pour demarrer le windows

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Error in windows installation


Not sure if XP will recognise SCSI as the primary drives. Under Linux no problem but most Windows OS's were never designed to support SCSI since it is more of a server drive system not a common home PC setup. I am not a MS fan and have not used MS products for many years so things might have changed. Remember XP is no long supported by MS so you might run into more problems down the road. I loved XP and changed OS's once the Vista/7 garbage took place.

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FROM WHERE CAN I DOWNLOAD WINDOWS XP SP2 LAN DRIVER FOR HP PROLIANT ML110 G6


Hi ppswalia

Since this is a Server, rather than an ordinary Desktop computer, it is not designed to work with normal Windows XP Operating Systems. It is designed to work specifically with Windows, Unix and Linux Server Applications. See here:

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/DriverDownload.jsp?prodNameId=3577715&lang=en&cc=us&taskId=135&prodTypeId=15351&prodSeriesId=3577708

There are 2 things you can try.

You can try installing the LAN/Ethernet Drivers for the various Windows Server versions from the above official HP Downloads and Drivers Support Website and see if one of them just happens to coincidentally be compatible with XP SP2.

Assuming there are no further compatibility issues between other Server Motherboard Devices and Win XP SP2 Drivers, you could open the Server case and either bypass any on-board LAN/Ethernet/NIC Port or remove any separate LAN/Ethernet/Network Card installed and install, instead, a pre-confirmed Win XP compatible LAN/Ethernet/NIC Card and then install the drivers for the new card.

I hope this helps.

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Sep 18, 2011 | HP ProLiant ML110 Server

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Beeping


Hi,

Un-installing and reinstalling the Memory Cards (RAM) from their slots may solve your problem. If they didn't installed properly that happens.
And please check the memory card (RAM) whether they are faulty or not. If there is faulty one, replace it with the new Memory Card. (It beeps if it is faulty or didn't installed properly when you power on the PC.)

Before opening the case please turn off the computer, unplug it from the electrical outlet, then touch the metal casing to eliminate any static charge. Refer to the owner's manual if necessary to determine how to open your particular PC case.

You can find the instructions on how to install PC Memory by clicking THIS LINK.

Hope this helps.

Waiting your comments.

May 24, 2010 | MPC Computers MPC NetFRAME 3600 (NET-774)...

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Can i change this server into a home pc and what do i need to do first


I think you want to change the server operating system to windows XP or Vista. Is that it? If so yes you can. But there are things you need to do before proceeding. Here they are:
  1. Back up your data
  2. Make sure that you have the drivers of your third party device drivers (i.e. NIC, VGA, Sound Card etc...). check if your drivers are compatible with your new operating system selection. Otherwise download them from the manufacturer's site.
  3. Prepare a bootable installation cd of the Operating System (OS) of your choice. make sure you have the serial numbers ready as well.
when done doing this follow these steps
  1. Boot your PC. At the manufacturers logo page press F12 (commonly it is F12 but some computer models use F11, check it out on the logo page) to select the boot device.
  2. Insert the OS installation cd/ dvd into your drive.
  3. Select the CD/ DVD drive to boot from
  4. if you are installing a Windows OS, when the "Press any key..." message is displayed just press a key on your keyboard.
  5. After this check out this support page for installation detail of the OS of your choice
  • http://support.euro.dell.com/support/systemsinfo/documentation.aspx?~cat=6&~subcat=41

Nov 26, 2009 | Dell PowerEdge 1600SC Server

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Hp ml350 g3 how can i install window xp on it and run it as pc


The problem you will have is with the RAID drivers as HP does not support running XP on this box. You can try to load these using the F6 option during the XP installation but no promises that it will work. Try using a Server 2000 or 2003 driver.

You may get lucky and be able to find an XP driver for the specific SCSI chip set used on your controller. If so, then you should have no problems.

Jun 06, 2009 | HP NetServer E60

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May 02, 2009 | Computer Servers

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W2K3 O/S does see additional SAN drives


Although the system "sees" the drives, it also must have the new drives included in the RAID method you are using within the SAN system. Depending on the RAID type and controller used this can be accomplished in several ways but it should be done within your RAID manager. you are basically expanding the RAID. Then the SAN will be of the new dimensions.

CAUTION: backup first! Most RAID controllers can do this on the fly, but some will cause data loss during this operation!!!

-Good Luck

Jan 04, 2009 | HP Compaq ProLiant DL380 G4 Server

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Tive minha conta roubada!!!!


Hola,
Los unicos que pueden resolver esto es una Compania llamada Sierra; ellos son los duenos del juego. Tienes que llamar a sus tecnicos o enviarles un email y tienes que probarles que la cuenta es tuya. Puede que te pidan que les envies una parte del manual (copia) y ahi esta la prueba de que tu eres el dueno del juego.. Ellos deben poder crear un password nuevo para ti.

Espero este te sirva.
Buena suerte!

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Missing address book


Well your question is not clear. Someone has deleted you address book. Are you on a domain. Address book for your Exchange server

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