Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Backup all your files to a CD/DVD-writable or to a USB memory-stick.
Reinstall Windows from trusted media.
Access "Windows Update" to get all the security patches.
Reinstall your anti-virus software.
Reload your files from your backup.
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Windows XP Mode works in two ways-both as a virtual operating system and as a way to open programs within Windows 7. It runs in a separate window on the Windows 7 desktop, much like a program, except it's a fully-functional, fully-licensed version of Windows XP. In Windows XP Mode, you can access your physical computer's CD/DVD drive, install programs, save files, and perform other tasks as if you were using a computer running Windows XP.
When you install a program in Windows XP Mode, the program appears in both the Windows XP Mode list of programs and in the Windows 7 list of programs, so you can open the program directly from Windows 7.
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