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Type maxtor reformat in google and you will find instructions if needed. Assuming you are using Windows xp or lower use the format command. Make sure (if you have two drives connected) you do not format your master (good drive). Tango...

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Will not run on Windows XP (not valid 32 bit application message)


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I'm pushing 80 and still trying to keep up with the software advances! I recently purchased Aspire 4330 and would like to replace Vista with XP. I have the XP installation disk! If I'm reading your...


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Do all this with the machine unplugged of course. :>)

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