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I want to change Linux with Windows XP to my AXIOO CLASSMATE PC. how to do it?

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Hi,

  1. Take backup of all your data like picture,document, videos, etc...
  2. Put OS Cd in and As soon as you turn on tap F12 then select CD ROM on the list
  3. Then it will give a message " Press any Key"
  4. As soon as u see the message press Enter
  5. It Setup XP OS then it takes to partition Screen.
  6. For XP  click on the link for clean installation http://gur.in/clean.htm
Hope this helps
Regards,
Prem

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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