Look for a folder named i386. That has all the system files for Windows.
It sounds like you want Linux. They have disturbutions of linux that run off the CD, and when you reset, it looses all customisied settings.
That seems really wierd. Did you set your folders as private? try going into safe mode and deleting it.
I hope you don't mind spending all night transfering the file, possibly a entire day.
It didn't work, but ASP Linux is the culprate. KNOPPIX ran at 640x480, but ASP only runs at that little screen size, and I didn't make any system...
Here's some more salt in the wound:
I ran KNOPPIX in the same virtual Machine, and it has a much bigger Desktop size. I'm actually posting in it...
I'm running ASP Linux in VMWare 3.2.1 and when I install ASP linux, it has an incredibly small desktop, and I cant even get the Display Properties...
Word should go to the fonts folder to get fonts, so I don't know why it's only showing a few of them. Try rebooting your computer.
Absoutely. Windows 2000 and XP are built on the same platform, so they have almost identical Networking systems
Try using the CD-burning program that came with the HP, not the Windows XP one. That should do the trick
in my network places, click "View my workgroup computers" and and in the address drop down menu, there should be a Windows network. Go there.
Try going into works and printing a page with a bunch of sizes of fonts. It may be the zoom in your programs that's causing this.
Pro has a lot more networking stuff.
You can get detailed information on the different flavors of Windows XP here.
I've heard Stomp's BackUpMyPc is very good at backing up your computer.
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