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Yes, i believe it was formated. So what does that mean now? Thank you.

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Sorry, but it means that the Vista OEM software that was put on the hard drive is lost, unless you have a backup of the drive before the upgrade to XP.

You will need to get a vista CD and load it using the Vista product key on the PC.

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