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Re: review the EXIF file information
The feature for reviewing EXIF file information is built into the Windows XP operating system.
To review EXIF file information:
Right-click a picture file, and then select Properties.
Select the Summary tab, and then click the Advanced button. The Advanced window provides details about the picture file.
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Which version of xp are you trying to install 32 or 64 bit ?
Your ability to install a second operating system on your Windows 7 system hinges on one thing: partitions. If your computer has only one partition, you can't dual-boot your system without erasing all information on your computer. Two hard drives, or two partitions, enables you to dual boot. Check this information first, before proceeding.
Click "Start" and type "disk management" into the search bar. Click on "Create and format hard disk partitions" in the list of programs to open "Disk Management." Look at the list of partitions and available drives. The information here will be different on every computer. "C" is your primary hard drive and active operating system partition, and this drive contains your Windows 7 installation. You can't install Windows XP here without formatting the system. Check for secondary drives and partitions in Disk Management. Your system may have a "D" or "E" drive. Some computer manufacturers create a hidden partition with recovery software: don't remove this partition. If you have a secondary partition called "D" with more than 2GB of free space, you can install Windows XP here. b> Installing XP b> Insert the Windows XP Setup disc into your CD or DVD drive and close any windows that appear. Shut down your computer with the disc in the drive. Turn the computer on and look for a message saying "press any key to book from CD." Press any key on your keyboard when this message appears. Most computers are configured to look to the CD or DVD drive first, before booting to the operating system. If your system doesn't recognize the disc, you will have to enter your BIOS and change the boot order. Look to your manual for information on changing the boot order. Press "Enter" on the "Welcome to Setup" screen to load the Windows XP setup program. Read the license agreement and press "F8" to accept. Windows will detect that an operating system is already installed on your primary partition and present a list of other partitions to install XP. Use the arrow keys to select your secondary partition ("D") and press "Enter" to confirm that you want to install XP here. Then choose what to do with the partition: leave the file system intact or format the partition using FAT32 or NTFS. Windows XP supports both file systems, but requires NTFS on partitions larger than 32GB. You don't need to format the drive to install XP. Follow the prompts on screen to enter your personal information, serial number, and date and time. The setup program copies files to your PC and reboots -- don't press a key to boot to the CD. When you have to operating systems installed, a DOS screen appears asking you to choose an OS; press the down arrow key to highlight Windows XP and press enter to complete the setup. You will have to choose this every time to boot into XP, otherwise your computer will boot to Windows 7 by default. Hope this helps.
* Drivers: o The drivers needed to connect your Sony camcorder to a computer and transfer files are already included in the operating system. * Not Supported: o The USB streaming feature is not supported with the Windows 7 operating system. o The Windows 7 Starter edition is not supported.
* Drivers: o The drivers needed to connect your Sony camcorder to a computer and transfer files are already included in the operating system. * Not Supported: o The USB streaming feature is not supported with the Windows Vista operating system. o The Windows Vista Starter edition is not supported. * View Detailed Windows Vista compatibility information.
* Drivers: o The drivers needed to connect your Sony camcorder to a computer and transfer files are already included in the operating system. * Not Supported: o The Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit operating system is not supported. o The Windows XP Starter edition is not supported.
When you upgrade your computer to Windows XP, you may receive an error message
that is similar to one of the following:
C0000221 (Bad Image Checksum)
STOP: C0000221 - Bad Image Checksum
in ModuleName -or-
STOP: C0000221 - Bad Image
Checksum. User32.dll is possibly corrupt. The header check sum does not match
the computed check sum.
please give a littlew advice about your computer oporating sytsem windows xp windows vista? windows 98se? also please check if it is a 64 bit oporating system or 32 bit, windows system information tool in tool acessories system informationwill give you all the info you need. then just click catagory and select copy or save or export the fiole to desktop and copy to notpead or forum for review, sounds like you need the all in one software to run on a im asumming windows xp computer and tyhe software is not running this can be cause microsoft windows update service and bits is probably turnedoff, if you update the microsoft critical updates and recommened updates things will start to run due to out diated installer files and windows also might require a few updates to run the installer class files. hope that help you. and good luck.Please note: thease are basic sugestuions tyou can try theirs far more complex things but this is going to easily determ the what needs to be done next.
You will have to download the windows xp service pack 2 from microsoft's official site.Downloaded file will be in .exe format.You just have to run this .exe file and follow the instructions.After completing installation restart your system.
If you want to check if it is installed or not then just right click on 'My Computer' icon on your desktop and select 'properties'.You will see all the information about your system with which service pack your operating system is running.
Actually all Norton products slow down the computers. Why dont you uninstall Norton 360, and see whether the performance of your computer has increased,if it does, ill recommend you to install Bitdefender Internet Security 2008, please check link below: http://internet-security-suite-review.toptenreviews.com/ it is a review of all the security softwares. and also ill recommend you to install, Tuneup Utilities 2008, it will keep your computer clean of junk files.