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I want to put windows xp on my acer aspire one netbook instead of linux Limpus Lite how?

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I want to put windows xp on my acer aspire one netbook instead of linux how do I go about this? Help!!!!!!!
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Personally, I'd wait for "Windows 7" to be released as they are doing a "Netbook" version especially designed for netbooks!
#2
Look at the thread for the Asda Aspire One. There are some useful links in there.
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AndyToys
Personally, I'd wait for "Windows 7" to be released as they are doing a "Netbook" version especially designed for netbooks!


Like a windows 7 lite?
#4
I have done this on my acer aspire one.
Easiest way is to get hold of an external cd/dvd player and plug that in via usb.
Or you can look at this guide - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vt_8p0VllY
If you are going to do it this way then buy a NEW pendrive - I tried with my one but there were too many bad sectors (same with my mates used one), so Windows would not install.
Hope this helps
#5
spic
I have done this on my acer aspire one.
Easiest way is to get hold of an external cd/dvd player and plug that in via usb.
Or you can look at this guide - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vt_8p0VllY
If you are going to do it this way then buy a NEW pendrive - I tried with my one but there were too many bad sectors (same with my mates used one), so Windows would not install.
Hope this helps


How do you go about it with the external cd/dvd drive?
#7
leeds_united_afc
How do you go about it with the external cd/dvd drive?


you just plug it in and its like a normal xp installation, the acer's bios is set up to automatically boot from an external usb cd/dvd drive

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