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probably not what you want to hear but i'd consider sticking with xp.
and i'm a fan of "nothing but clean OS installs"
with the price of PC's these days, what i always recommend is:
- keep your old pc and don't try to upgrade it; if it works well enough, leave it alone.
- when you are ready to move up, buy a new computer, with windows 7 (or whatever) on it.
- leave both machines in runnable state for a month as you migrate over any data, and take your time leisurely testing, etc.
- after a month or so when everything runs perfectly on your new pc, and you know all your data is on the new pc and fine, then you can consider putting the old pc in a closet in case you need it one day.-mouser (March 04, 2010, 01:27 PM)