Re: Fdisk help
Fdisk? Do you mean "format"? You can use a tool like GParted to wipe the disk, or Killdisk (these will just wipe the disk for you). XP will format the disk when you go to install it.
For either GParted or Killdisk, Google them to find and download them. Burn them to disk as an image. You can use CDBurnerXP to do it (it's free, just Google it). Boot from the CD (just like when installing XP) to use them.
The 2200+ was a socket A CPU. The 3000+ could be a socket A or a socket 754 (if it is the same speed it would be s754). The s754 is a 64-bit CPU, while the socket A was a 32-bit. There is a speed difference, but if you computer is bogged down you won't be able to tell it. Also, the amount of RAM in the computer will have a lot to do with whether or not the CPU can run flat out.
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