[access-uk] Re: preparing for clean installation of XP

Hi,

It depends on what drivers are on it.  As I say, it depends on the
motherboard and whether XP supports it out of the box.  There may not
even be one at all.

As for Word, I managed to just now find a Word key I got from the
Internet a long time ago for Word 2000, so if you want it let me know,
or use Steve's suggestion.

Andrew.

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Andy Collins
Sent: 15 January 2007 20:48
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: preparing for clean installation of XP

Hi Andrew - I am not a Skype user!

I don't know now what I did to get Word from my old machine on to=20
this one! Think somebody must have suggested something I've sinse=20
forgotten.

Regarding the hardware cds, I was asking if when installing XP I will=20
need to have the motherboard cd to hand, or if that won't be=20
necessary?
-
Andy
On Mon Jan 15 20:27 , 'Andrew Hodgson' <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>=20
sent:

>Hi,
>
>I really don't know what CDs you have because I have no idea which
>machine you have or what came with it.  If you want to chat then use
>adhodgson as my Skype username.  Call before 21:00.
>
>As for Word, are you sure there isn't a code on the back or in a=20
book or
>something?  How did you get it onto your new machine?
>
>Andrew.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
>Of Andy Collins
>Sent: 15 January 2007 20:23
>To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [access-uk] Re: preparing for clean installation of XP
>
>Hi Andrew - It's an internet licence for JAWS, so it sounds like=20
all=3D20
>I need to do is go to the FS site, with my JAWS user code?
>
>So, will I need my motherboard CD when installing XP?
>
>I've got the CD for word2000, but as it was an OEM version on my=3D20
>first machine, I haven't got the code!
>-
>Andy
>
>On Mon Jan 15 19:35 , 'Andrew Hodgson' andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>=3D20
>sent:
>
>>Hi Andy,
>>
>>With Jaws you can re-activate with Freedom if you have an Internet
>>license, if it is a floppy based license you need to transfer the=3D20
>token
>>back to the disk before formatting.
>>
>>The sound card drivers are probably combined in a motherboard driver
>>disk or something, they won't necessarily jump out at you=3D20
>saying "these
>>are sound card drivers" unless the board is something like a=20
Creative
>>etc.
>>
>>Regarding Word, you must have had a code originally when you=3D20
>installed
>>it?  If not, did you have the original disks?  Sometimes it comes=3D20
>with
>>Works Suite, but if you haven't the disk you won't be able to=3D20
>reinstall
>>it from just copying back the items in Program Files.
>>
>>Andrew.
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
>>Of Andy Collins
>>Sent: 15 January 2007 19:22
>>To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>Subject: [access-uk] Re: preparing for clean installation of XP
>>
>>In respect of all this then Christopher, What do I need to do to=3D20
>get=3D3D20
>>another JAWS registration? My sound card is the Realtech ac97 I=3D3D20
>>think, it came with the PC, which came with XP preinstalled; I=20
was=3D3D20
>>never sent a CD for ac97, so do you think it will still work=20
after=3D3D20
>>the installation? As for word2000, is there a way to make a copy=3D20
>of=3D3D20
>>the programme so I can copy it back after the installation? I=3D20
>don't=3D3D20
>>have a code for it!
>>
>>Your help is much apreciated, I don't have muc knowledge about=3D20
>these=3D3D20
>>things when they stop working as they should!
>>-
>>Andy
>>On Mon Jan 15 18:54 , 'Christopher Hallsworth'=3D3D20
>>chrishallsworth@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> sent:
>>
>>>First, yes doing a clean install will affect your JAWS registration
>>>since a clean install will wipe your hard disk clean. Second,=20
you=3D3D20
>>will
>>>need to have your drivers ready as Windows XP does not come=20
with=3D3D20
>>every
>>>make and model of hardware that it supports. Under the hood, if=3D20
>you=3D3D20
>>hear
>>>no sound, then it means Windows hasn't recognized your sound=20
card=3D20
>and
>>>therefore you need to download drivers. Last but not least,=20
you=3D3D20
>>might be
>>>able to reinstall MS Word 2000 OEM, however you'll be stuck if=3D20
>you're
>>>asked for a product key. Somewhere on the packaging there should=20
be=3D20
>a
>>>product key. If not, I would consider saving up and buy Office=3D20
>2003.=3D3D20
>>I
>>>hope this helps, and have fun reinstalling Windows!
>>>P.S. Warning! After installing Windows XP You will have 30 days to
>>>activate it. After that you'll be locked out until it's activated.
>>>On Mon, 15 Jan 2007 16:52:15 +0000, "Andy Collins"
>>>Andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
>>>> Hi all -
>>>>=3D3D20
>>>> I've backed up all it seems I can in readiness for a clean=3D3D20
>>reinstall=3D3D20
>>>> of XP. Will this affect JAWS registration? Also, I've been=3D20
>looking=3D3D20
>>>> through my installed programmes, and I've got several=20
programme=3D3D20
>>files=3D3D20
>>>> I have backed up, but I wonder about things like things such=20
as=3D20
>my=3D3D20
>>>> sound card, for which I have no installation cd, and=20
therefore,=3D20
>no=3D3D20
>>>> driver files. Do I need to worry about this? Also, I have a=3D3D20
>>version=3D3D20
>>>> of MS Word2000 that I would like to reinstall; the original=3D3D20
>>>> installation for this was as an oem licence on an earlier PC,=20
so=3D20
>I=3D3D20
>>>> don't have a user licence code for it, evne though it is=3D20
>legally=3D3D20
>>mine=3D3D20
>>>> to use. Any way I can copy or back this up so as to reinstall=3D20
>it=3D3D20
>>>> after installing XP again?
>>>>=3D3D20
>>>> Regards -
>>>> Andy
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