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Well, you can go back to W2000 but once you get everything sorted out with XP you will like it almost as much.
The biggest difference between XP Media Center and W2k is that Media Center is based on XP Home. Windows 2000 is of course, a Pro version.
The differences are primarilly related to increased security capability and the ability to be able to set policies in individual machine, network and domain with Pro, and 5 additional years of increased extended support from Microsoft when XP Home support terminates two years after Vista is finally released in its retail versions.
By the way, I found the following advice for HP printer installation:
HP Printers and Scanners install
On most recent HP printers, the printer must be completely disconnected from the PC. If this procedure isn't followed, Plug & Play gets in the way by trying to detect new hardware. After the HP software has had a chance to "educate" Plug & Play, the HP software pauses and prompts the user to connect the printer and turn it on.
Many scanners follow a similar procedure.
Posted 13 December 2006 - 05:46 AM
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