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usually, the more you copy a program, the worse it gets. every copyin process adds new single bit errors to the data. these can be easily corrected by the error correction codecs, but that takes processin time . so unless you're running a first installation off an original disk you are burning processing power to make up for the corrupted data.

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yep buy an windows xp cd...and u'll have no problems at all and if u do, u'll have the tech support at microsoft to help ya...just fork out the $$ and save urself alot of hassle

testmy does not endorse any illegitimate versions of any software...or any talk of such in this thread...

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