I had XP pro COrporate a month befor XP came out. And Alex it STARTS OFF as having no activation required, cause thats what I downloaded. Somehow some way it downloaded the next patch for the XP OS and it deemed my version invalid and thus is just randomly told me how much of the trial period I had left based on how long it had been installed. There's a way around it but I'd need DOS, a boot disk, and I'd have to monkey with it. I'm back on XP Home (not as bad as I thought it would be cause Home, despite what some people have lied about, supports two monitor systems). I also got back a few things I missed like the actual video and DVD drivers I needed so all in all Im glad I did it now. WeO. Oh and XP kicks any other Microsoft OS right in the nuts. Never before XP could I go half a month without restarting or shutting of my computer and still get great performance out of it.
[22:38] <DJ_Cyni-Cole> you're tell me, a writer, that books are lame?
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