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I just bought a asus eee pc recently . i was just wondering if that laptop has a window xp in it which is pre installed or just the linux operating system. if it does not have a window xp how can i install one.. i am not really a computer person just inquiring for my niece . thanksmyra

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Ok your gonna need a couple of things to put XP on the Linux Eee PC.

A usb 2.0 CD or DVD
The Offical windows XP service pack 2 disc from Microsoft
A usb flash disk larger than 1 gig or an external harddrive
ASUS PC Eee support CD from original package.

If you have those things the ASUS Eee XP installation instruction manual can be downloaded here

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