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I have an antique xe 763 running ME which was preloaded. I want to update to XP. I have a copy of XP. Computer does not recognize XP software and will not except XP without loading a copy of ME off disk. Reloaded ME from recovery CD. Suggestions? Thanks PA

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I have an antique xe 763 running ME which was preloaded. I want to update to XP. I have a upgrade copy of XP. Computer will not complete loading XP software during boot up until a copy of ME is loaded from disk. Otherwise it does not seem to see ME. I reloaded ME from recovery CD and XP still does not see ME. Suggestions? Thanks PA

Posted on May 28, 2008

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I would just do a clean install if I was you. Just put in the XP disk and install as if it were a new system. If you have files on your system that you want to keep just save them to a DVD or CD to avoid any issues with upgrading.

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