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Want to swap hard drives from a systen not working

The system not working was running xp pro the box i just got is running a os type system linex i think, don,t want to loose the info on the xp hard drive. The xp system was p4 1.7 ghz the new box is p4 but 1.6ghz,can i just plug and play
Thanks  Stephen

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  • CONSTANTIN SPYROU May 11, 2010

    I have a lot of experience with Linux software. We need from you the exact name of the Linux distribution. Migrating from XP to Linux should be no problem, but you will need a new Linux software, because the old ones are not complatible. I will be happy to resolve your problem, if you provide me with info requested.

  • CONSTANTIN SPYROU May 11, 2010

    Dear Stephen; I also have a Linux distribution called Mandriva and in my latop I have Ubuntu and they are working OK. Why did you change the OS? #1: You will not loose any data if you don tinker with it. So, be very careful of what you do. I need from you the exact name of the Linux distribution. Then we have to make up our mind, if you will stay with Linux or go back to windows XP. The main difference bewteen the two systems is that windows has a hole in the middle and lets all the viruses through and for this you need antivitus protection. The Linux on the other side, is designed with build in privacy. No one can look inside your work. But you might have to settle to what you had before, if you don't know how to install something that you are not familiar with. AS for the CPU speed, being 1.7 GHZ vs 1.6 GHZ, it is not even 10%. As a rule, if the speed is 1.0 GHZ and up, the computer will function well in the wireless mode. If you want to go Linux, we can do it but after we put your computer in the same condition as before. Please do what I asked you to do and send back the naswers , Greetings Constantin

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I have a lot of experience with Linux. Linux is totally free and the discs not only contain the OS, but every conceivable program you might need. Linux is a federation of engineers that work together. It comes in different "disrtibutions" and they are renewed once a year. Mandriva 2009 Spring edition was just released and is one of the most popular one, another is Ubuntu 9.04 which was released mid May this year. I find it to be the better of the two. The Linux encourages their clients to copy and distribute. If you are interested, I can send you a copy. You can also have two OS´s together and switch from one to the other. This is how I operated for over two years, until they perfected their system. Thank you very much for considering our service...
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