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I have a Post-it Notes starter kit Y2010 with floppy for obtaining the program to run it. I have Windows Xp and wonder if there is a program to make usage of these Note forms? GIL

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SOURCE: New hard drive(s) in Dell4500s

You would have to contact dell for the OS disk.

I dont think you can install the hard disk in place of floppy drive. An external Hard disk would be a better option.

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SOURCE: Acer 4062LCi Laptop (I'm a

As a systems engineer I daresay you did not use any hardware updates from the Microsoft Update page? If so roll back the drivers you downloaded

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It is a straight-forward program called hijackthis it makes a log of the currently running processes and allows you to terminate ANY of them hence care is advised

I sincerely hope this helped

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Downloadable windowsxp boot disc winxp setup process


Windows XP Professional
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=55820EDB-5039-4955-BCB7-4FED408EA73F

or
Windows XP Professional SP2
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=535D248D-5E10-49B5-B80C-0A0205368124&displaylang=en
Step 2: Run the Setup disk program to create the Setup disks

When you download the Setup disks, the download contains only one large program file. When you run the downloaded file, it extracts the files. You receive the following message:

This program creates the Setup boot disks for Windows XP. To create these disks, you need to provide 6 blank, formatted, high-density disks.

Please specify the floppy drive to copy the images to:

Type the drive letter for the floppy disk drive (this is typically drive A). After you type the floppy disk drive letter, you receive the following message:

Insert one of these disks into drive drive letter:. This disk will become the Windows XP Setup Boot Disk.

Press any key when you are ready.

When you press a key, the downloaded file starts to extract and copy the files. Continue to insert the blank disks as you are prompted to do this until all six disks are created. If the process is interrupted, you must run the downloaded program file again to create all six disks.

Make sure that you label each disk appropriately with the number that is specified by the program. You must use the disks in the correct order during the Setup process.

Step 3: Start your computer by using the first Setup disk to begin a new Windows XP installation

After you create all six disks, insert the first disk in the floppy disk drive, and then restart the computer. The computer must be configured to start from the floppy disk drive. You may have to modify the BIOS settings on your computer to do this.

The Setup process starts. Insert the other floppy disks when you are prompted. You must use the Windows XP CD-ROM to finish the Setup process.

hope it helps

May 20, 2012 | Iwill XP4 Barebone

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Windows XP download


Windows XP Professional SP2
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=535D248D-5E10-49B5-B80C-0A0205368124&displaylang=en
Step 2: Run the Setup disk program to create the Setup disks

When you download the Setup disks, the download contains only one large program file. When you run the downloaded file, it extracts the files. You receive the following message:

This program creates the Setup boot disks for Windows XP. To create these disks, you need to provide 6 blank, formatted, high-density disks.

Please specify the floppy drive to copy the images to:

Type the drive letter for the floppy disk drive (this is typically drive A). After you type the floppy disk drive letter, you receive the following message:

Insert one of these disks into drive drive letter:. This disk will become the Windows XP Setup Boot Disk.

Press any key when you are ready.

When you press a key, the downloaded file starts to extract and copy the files. Continue to insert the blank disks as you are prompted to do this until all six disks are created. If the process is interrupted, you must run the downloaded program file again to create all six disks.

Make sure that you label each disk appropriately with the number that is specified by the program. You must use the disks in the correct order during the Setup process.

Step 3: Start your computer by using the first Setup disk to begin a new Windows XP installation

After you create all six disks, insert the first disk in the floppy disk drive, and then restart the computer. The computer must be configured to start from the floppy disk drive. You may have to modify the BIOS settings on your computer to do this.

The Setup process starts. Insert the other floppy disks when you are prompted. You must use the Windows XP CD-ROM to finish the Setup process.

hope it helps

May 13, 2012 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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I wanted 18 wheels of steel haulin' on my comp and was wondering if it worked on windows 7


Hello suttonplaya3, The game may work natively on Windows 7. If not you could try to run it using Windows XP compatability mode in Win7. To change the mode to XP do the following:
  • Right click the games icon
  • Select Properties
  • Select the compatibility tab
  • Check the "Run this program in compatibility mode" box
  • From the drop down menu select Windows XP
  • Click Apply then Ok
  • Try running the program again.
The compatibility mode has helped me play some of my classic games in the past. Post a reply with any issues or please rate this solution if you found it helpful. Thanks, Edward

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I am trying to download OmniFormPremium50.exe onto a computer running Windows XP Pro. I downloaded the software from the Nuance website and it is currently in the downloads section of my computer; however...


I looked at the specs for this program and did not see Windows XP listed as an operating system that this software on. It does say the program will run on "any platform" but the information may be dated. Here is the site that I looked at:

http://wareseeker.com/Business-Finance/omniform-premium-5.0.zip/3d1596d667

I found another site that has a version of the program that runs on XP, although it seems to cost more. Here's a link to that site:

http://www.nuance.com/omniform/premium/

I'm wondering if it is possible that you have a version that does not run on XP. I don't know where you obtained your version but I would check the source to verify that it runs on XP before trying to figure out this problem any further.

Hope this helps. Good luck!

Mar 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have a question the compatibility of a game called EVE. Is it compatible with XP Home Edition?


Getting older programs to run on Windows XP Your game should have compatibility info on the box or in the readme file on disc. Even if it was made to run on Win'98, you can change settings in WP so it will run.
Here are MS instructions to run a compatibility test:

To start the Program Compatibility Wizard, click Start, All Programs, Accessories, Program Compatibility Wizard.
You can also use this method:
You can set the compatibility properties for a program manually. The settings are the same as the options in the Program Compatibility Wizard.
To set the compatibility properties for a program manually
  1. Right-click the program icon on your desktop or the shortcut on the Start menu Or right click on the program Icon on your desktop.
  2. Click the Compatibility tab, and change the compatibility settings for your program.
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  • The Compatibility tab is only available for programs installed on your hard drive. Although you can run the Program Compatibility Wizard on programs or setup files on a CD-ROM or floppy disk, your changes will not remain in effect after you close the program.

Nov 13, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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No iede found


is the hard drive showing in bios? you may have a hd too large for the bios to read. has it been fdisked or formatted?how large was the od hd? was it the same type hd? either way when you reload the operating system you will need a disk. post back and let me know, i will try and help. just the info you gave is not enough to attempt repair.

Jul 19, 2009 | Compaq Presario R3000 Notebook

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On boot computer does not see Hard drives


Chose boot sequence to boot directly from the HDD . Also check if the Hard Disk is OK by connecting it to another PC. Check too that the power cables are snug tight and none of the pins are bent in the IDE slot. Now try booting first in safe mode & if successful go ahead and boot normally....sodeep

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Toy Story Interactive Incompatibility


You could try this.

To run the Program Compatibility Wizard
  1. Start the Program Compatibility Wizard.
  2. Follow the instructions in the wizard.
clip_image001.gifNote
  • To start the Program Compatibility Wizard, click Start, click Help and Support, click Find compatible hardware and software for Windows XP, and then, under See Also in the navigation pane, click Program Compatibility Wizard.
To set the compatibility properties for a program manually
  1. Right-click the program icon on your desktop or the shortcut on the Start menu for the program you want to run, and then click Properties.
  2. Click the Compatibility tab, and change the compatibility settings for your program.
clip_image001.gifNotes
  • The Compatibility tab is only available for programs installed on your hard drive. Although you can run the Program Compatibility Wizard on programs or setup files on a CD-ROM or floppy disk, your changes will not remain in effect after you close the program.
If this doesn't work you will not likely be able to play them.

Nov 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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USB external floppy drive


In windows XP and later the USB mass communication driver are in built, so you can use these devices like USB Floppy drive, USB HDD, Memory card, flash memory etc...

But before windows XP Microsoft did not supply the driver for USB mass storage devices. So, in your case you have to install the Driver for your USB Floppy drive, then you can use this drive as Floppy drive but after complete boot of your Windows 95.

If any problem or more question Just Ask me

Thanks
Iqbal

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Running a dos batch file in background in windows


Batch file for what?

I once ran across a software called Dosbox that I used to run a customers dos based notes program in XP. It worked well, not sure about batch files, but worth a shot I suppose.

You can find info on it here - http://dosbox.sourceforge.net/

 

Oct 17, 2007 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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