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Re: XP Help

Jan 6, 2007


Snowmàn wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


guitarplayer16 wrote:
Open up "Control Panel"...click "Performance and Maintenance". Click "System". Click "Advanced" tab. Beside "Startup and Recovery", click "Settings". In there you choose the default operating sytem you use and under it uncheck "Time To Display List of Operating Systems". I had this once and thats how I got rid of it.


Message Edited by guitarplayer16 on 01-06-2007 09:55 AM

Okay, I did that now let me restart and see what happens


its like christmas all over again!!!

i cant wait to see the results


Yeah! How'd you know Smiley Surprised

And yea it worked!! YAY! Now my pc boots like soo much faster
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Re: XP Help

Jan 6, 2007


Rogers Bell Problems wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


Rogers Bell Problems wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


Rogers Bell Problems wrote:
Reformat the entire hard drive, and install it fresh


But then there goes all my music You know how bad that is rbp


Back it up on your 360 or use Windows XP Pro... Why are you using Home? Smiley Tongue


I can't on my 360...the hdd is too small and theres no way to transfer files to it Smiley Tongue And I'm too poor for XP Pro man


Bootleg bro... Bootleg...


I did that on my old pc and it messed that **bleep** up soo badly
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Re: XP Help

Jan 6, 2007


nyzballa12 wrote:


Snowmàn wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


guitarplayer16 wrote:
Open up "Control Panel"...click "Performance and Maintenance". Click "System". Click "Advanced" tab. Beside "Startup and Recovery", click "Settings". In there you choose the default operating sytem you use and under it uncheck "Time To Display List of Operating Systems". I had this once and thats how I got rid of it.


Message Edited by guitarplayer16 on 01-06-2007 09:55 AM

Okay, I did that now let me restart and see what happens


its like christmas all over again!!!

i cant wait to see the results


Yeah! How'd you know Smiley Surprised

And yea it worked!! YAY! Now my pc boots like soo much faster


I had this problem before...My pc just corrupted and we had to install EVERYTHING back again. Then I googled up the problem and it told me with a Microsoft answer which I told you...
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Re: XP Help

Jan 6, 2007


guitarplayer16 wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


Snowmàn wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


guitarplayer16 wrote:
Open up "Control Panel"...click "Performance and Maintenance". Click "System". Click "Advanced" tab. Beside "Startup and Recovery", click "Settings". In there you choose the default operating sytem you use and under it uncheck "Time To Display List of Operating Systems". I had this once and thats how I got rid of it.


Message Edited by guitarplayer16 on 01-06-2007 09:55 AM

Okay, I did that now let me restart and see what happens


its like christmas all over again!!!

i cant wait to see the results


Yeah! How'd you know Smiley Surprised

And yea it worked!! YAY! Now my pc boots like soo much faster


I had this problem before...My pc just corrupted and we had to install EVERYTHING back again. Then I googled up the problem and it told me with a Microsoft answer which I told you...


Thanks alot man
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Re: XP Help

Jan 6, 2007


nyzballa12 wrote:


guitarplayer16 wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


Snowmàn wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


guitarplayer16 wrote:
Open up "Control Panel"...click "Performance and Maintenance". Click "System". Click "Advanced" tab. Beside "Startup and Recovery", click "Settings". In there you choose the default operating sytem you use and under it uncheck "Time To Display List of Operating Systems". I had this once and thats how I got rid of it.


Message Edited by guitarplayer16 on 01-06-2007 09:55 AM

Okay, I did that now let me restart and see what happens


its like christmas all over again!!!

i cant wait to see the results


Yeah! How'd you know Smiley Surprised

And yea it worked!! YAY! Now my pc boots like soo much faster


I had this problem before...My pc just corrupted and we had to install EVERYTHING back again. Then I googled up the problem and it told me with a Microsoft answer which I told you...


Thanks alot man


No problemIt came from the experience
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Re: XP Help

Jan 6, 2007


guitarplayer16 wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


guitarplayer16 wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


Snowmàn wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


guitarplayer16 wrote:
Open up "Control Panel"...click "Performance and Maintenance". Click "System". Click "Advanced" tab. Beside "Startup and Recovery", click "Settings". In there you choose the default operating sytem you use and under it uncheck "Time To Display List of Operating Systems". I had this once and thats how I got rid of it.


Message Edited by guitarplayer16 on 01-06-2007 09:55 AM

Okay, I did that now let me restart and see what happens


its like christmas all over again!!!

i cant wait to see the results


Yeah! How'd you know Smiley Surprised

And yea it worked!! YAY! Now my pc boots like soo much faster


I had this problem before...My pc just corrupted and we had to install EVERYTHING back again. Then I googled up the problem and it told me with a Microsoft answer which I told you...


Thanks alot man


No problemIt came from the experience


I'm trying to make my pc a little faster by cleaning out some files, defragging, updating all the M$ updates, etc and that just helped I'm trying to procrostante(sp?) upgrading my oced Athlon 3200+  Smiley Tongue
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Re: XP Help

Jan 6, 2007


Rogers Bell Problems wrote:
Reformat the entire hard drive, and install it fresh


Indeed. But... Why would you reinstall it anyway.
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