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Posted: January 4th, 2009, 10:44am Report to Moderator
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1. I am contemplating a new PC.  Will the XP Boot Disk created on my "old" PC  allow me to boot into XP on the "new" PC?

2. The Restore Wizard defaults to WinXp Restore Points rather than to the User designated Config files.  Why?


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Posted: January 5th, 2009, 2:27pm Report to Moderator
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   By XP Boot Disk I assume you mean the boot floppy diskette that WinRescue XP makes.  Most new PCs do not have floppy diskette drives, so it would not work on it but if the PC has a floppy diskette drive then, it will work on it.
   The Restore Wizard has a screen that says, "Which of Backup to Restore".  If you select WinRescue, it will go to your Config files.  If you select Windows, it will go to the WinXP Restore Points.
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