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Reinstall I got a computer at a yardsale thats supposed to have windows millenium. But its got XP. I would like to get the original millenium back on it and i have the product key . how can i do it?

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You can format XP and take necessary data on some disk or pendrive and then format it. And install your millenium in pc. Otherwise insert your millenium cd and reboot your pc. in bios select boot from cd option. Select other drive except in which xp is there. Then you will get 2 options of two operating systems. Select any one you want.

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