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Let's share the experience using winxp and what hardware req

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Let's share the experience using winxp.

What is your hardware settings for xp?

Epox 8KTA3+

WD 6G

HY133 -- 320M

Duron 800

ATI Radeon LE 32DDR

SB Live Digital

NEC 32x CD-ROM

NEC 8x DVD-ROM

The startup speed of xp is as the same as that of win2000. Feeling faster when running prog. under xp.

Running 4 2 monthes, no crash down!

Most prog. are compiatable with xp, while some are not like AutoCAD.

Xp supports lots of hardware which are not supported by win2000. I got a Mircotek Slimscan C3 USB. It cannot be regonised by win2000 but accepted by xp. Great!!!

Bye for now, Until then!

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PIII 1ghz OC@ 1200

CUSL2 Asus Motherboard !815 chipset

Elsa Ge-force 2 ultra

Santa cruz SC

512 Ram

Plextor CDRW

LG CD-Rom

9 USB Ports

Intel Webcam

Creative DTT2500 soundworks speakers

Microsoft Sidewinder Pro

Visionneer 4400 usb scanner

Epson 777 printer

Standard Logitech keyboard and optical mouse (I have the wireless keyboard and mouse in box next to me but drivers for them arent out on logitech site yet)

Samsung SyncMaster 955df Monitor

IBM Deskstar 45 gig

Maxtor 40 gig

Kingston Ethernet card

XP has been ok....Only time XP has crashed was self done due to testing dozens of apps and games that have effect XP...So I just formatted and reinstalled.Eveything working ok.

-Chris

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Duron 800

256MB Ram

Seagate 40 gig

Soundblaster PCI128

Asus V7700 Geforce 2 gts Deluxe

Plextor 8/4/32

Philips 4x DVD

Had win2k before, but then it mysteriously deleted boot.ini, and then explorer looped error, starting it over and over....

XP seems to run fine.

/Zech

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Athlon 700

Golden Orb TermalTake Cooler

Asus K7V 266 FSB

512 MB Apache PC133

SB Live!

Asus GeForce 256 DeLuxe 32 MB ram

Aopen 10/40 DVD

Plextor 16/10/40A

IBM 75 GXP Deskstar 30 GB

IBM 75GXP Deskstar 40 GB

Adaptec AHA7850 SCSI Controller

Creative 3 webcam USB

Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro USB

Logitech MouseMan Wheel USB

Cambridge SoundWorks 4+1

Lexmark 3200 Printer

Philips Brilliance 19 Monitor

Realtek Ethernet 10/100

No problem at all.

30 sec from boot to desktop

XP used from beta 1, newer crashed.

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Processor: Pentium II 400MHz (Not Overclocked)

Memory: 192 MB PC100 SDRAM

DVD Drive: Toshiba 4.8x DVD-ROM Drive

CD Burner: Sony 8/4/32x CD Burner

Hard Drive 1: Western Digital 5400 RPM 4 GB

Hard Drive 2: Western Digital 5400 RPM 30 GB

Hard Drive Controller: Promise Ultra ATA66 Controller Card

Network Card: 3Com 3C900B

Video Card: NVidia TNT

Sound Card: Creative SoundBlaster Live MP3+

Operating System: Windows XP

please dont laugh :)

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Chipset: Intel I840

Processor: Dual P-III – 1 GHz

Memory: 512Mb

CD: Lite-On 48x Max

Hard Drive 1: Seagate ST318451LW – 18Gb - SCSI

Hard Drive 2: Seagate ST318451LW – 18Gb - SCSI

Hard Drive Controller 1: Adaptec AIC-7899 Ultra160

Hard Drive Controller 2: Adaptec AIC-7899 Ultra160

Network Card: 3Com 3C905B-TX

Video Card: Matrox Millennium G400 DualHead Max

Sound Card: Crystal Sound Fusion

Operating System: Windows2000/WindowsXP Professional

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Dual Pentium III (800 MHz)

Compaq/Intel 840 w/ 133MHz FSB

512 MB Crucial (ECC) PC133

Integrated Intel Audio

3D-Labs Oxygen GVX1 32MB

Sony CD-RW Drive

IBM 7500rpm Deskstar 30 GB

IBM 7500rpm Deskstar 30 GB

Microsoft Intellimouse Optical USB Mouse

Compaq Premier Sound PS 300 3P speakers with Sub

Xerox 4505 Laser

Compaq TFT 8000

Integrated Intel Pro/100+

Absolutely love XP - seems much more responsive than 2K which I used since beta 2. Been using XP since beta 2 as well - even the beta was better.:)

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