No probs, power off and restart. Only the FULL edition will allow you to do a simple upgrade from your existing version, and then since you are only upgrading from Home to Pro, then you don't have Ask ! Thanks, that's better :thumbup 0 djmonsta London, UK Member Jul 2009 edited Jul 2009 Perhaps it may be better to do a clean install?? weblink
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I have a Dell Dimension 4700 nearing retirement age but works excellently with ZP Pro.sorceror65 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 13 total posts Popular The network card is essential, you must have this driver handy in case XP doesn't. But I don't know if that would work either because I've never tried that before (Home to Pro overlay install). 0 dvdchas May 2009 edited May 2009 Best thread about this
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Also, some functions such as RAID, EFS that are disabled or turned off through integrated switches which identify the OS version from the registry flag, might not work after the conversion. http://www.avoiderrors.net/upgrade-windows-xp-home-to-professional-without-reinstalling/ Have slipstreamed an XP Pro SP3 cd. Windows Xp Home Edition Upgrade To Windows 7 The copy of XP professional is a purchased copy as a full copy and not an upgrade. Upgrade Windows Xp Home Edition To Professional It seems the re-install process automatically kills in the post SP3 updates.
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Open Registry Editor (regedit). Windows Xp Professional Iso You'd be able to use any of the disks over and over as long as the key you entered differed with each installation. Choose Last Known Good Configuration and hit Enter.
Otherwise you will be downloading from another PC just so you can get on the internet. 2. So the question is how do you take a WinXp CD (lets say its the one with SP2 built in), and slipstream it with the SP3 installer? Even when I put it in my computer as a slave to try to retreive her pictures and document files, I couldn't get anything. Icrontian May 2009 edited May 2009 Would it be possible to uninstall SP2 to make it a lower SP version,then upgrade?
Working... Recently I've been digging m… drasnor Hawthorne, CA 25 Jan Cloud Storage 2017 Howdy folks, I just had a hard drive failure and was mostly able to recover my important stuff. I believe this will need a CD boot and redo of the HD mounted OS, using the same CD used to convert from Home to Pro. this content edcomcorporation 420,333 views 6:12 Windows XP Home Edition vs Professional-Bootup Timer - Duration: 2:12.
I also had IE8. By chance do you have a multi-HD machine ?? It includes information on SP3, drivers and programs. I just got a message saying that because it was locked, it couldn't be formatted.
Cheers. 0 mirage May 2009 edited May 2009 Thrax wrote: Mirage, I updated your post to include the link to Icrontic's slipstreaming guide.