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Old 11-22-2008, 09:36 PM   #11 (permalink)
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thanx its doing it now
im kinda new at this
it took me a minute or two or three to figure it out but it is doing it now
how long does it take to reformat and have the info off of the disk to load up?
thanx
im just ignorant
but i will learn from hands on experience
No problem at all.

Usually it takes around 20 to 30 mins to complete, but it depends on your PC's performance.
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^ yeha my pos pentium d is stupid. i dont know why vista installs faster than xp
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HELLO just wanted to take some time to say THANK YOU folks for your help. i followed the instructions you folks gave me and it worked perfectly.
again thank you very much....peace and gods speed to all.......f.p.
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