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    I actually might be back.

    I am installing XP on my computer at the moment and I got some monaaaaay in the mail for my coming up bday this thursday and might go get a prepaid visa 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)

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    Happy Birthday early !

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    I.hate.xp. I cant connect to the frickn internet....

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    You will need to download the drivers for the MB most likely. That should include the ethernet drivers so you can get online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelkat
    I.hate.xp. I cant connect to the frickn internet....
    Download all the drivers for your Pc and youll be good to go. Hope to see you back in game hacking it up soon!

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    ....happy birthday as well! :wink:

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    I got back on to ubuntu without dual boot almost as fast as I could say ubuntu XP is poopy....

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    Happy Birthday. It would be nice if Linux had an option like MAC to run windows from bootcamp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelkat
    I got back on to ubuntu without dual boot almost as fast as I could say ubuntu XP is poopy....
    I love XP, light weight and no issues.

    Only thing is you need to have the drivers for your MB and GFX card handy and install them when windows install is complete. That's why you could not get online, no driver for the on board ethernet.

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    XP is the best and most bulletproof OS that Microsoft has ever had.

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