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  1. Question: Uninstall windows

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    computer

    Yes, you can format the hard drive and this will remove erase the entire hard drive so that you can start from scratch on a new install .
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    W2K support for more than one monitor

    Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 238886

    HOW TO: Set Up and Troubleshoot Multiple Monitors in Windows 2000

    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=238886
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    upgrade to WIN98 from WIN95

    I don't have an answer to your specific question as I never did that upgrade. What I can tell you is that if you can save whatever files you need to another computer or to some back up media then do...
  4. Question: Uninstall windows

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    uninstall windows

    Just format your hard drive and everything on it will be erased.
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    dual booting winxp and win98se

    Usually you would dual boot from the same drive... a partition for each and partitions for data... just make sure that they are both set to use the same file system, I know XP can use NTFS... I don't...
  6. Question: Microprocessor

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    microprocessor

    Go to the search engine www.google.com enter each one of those words and you should get a nice response.
    Google is a good site for general and tech searches.

    Enjoy
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    monitor? or video card? one's bad

    Hey,
    A rule of thumb for troubleshooting, when potentially replacing parts is to replace the cheapest one first.
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    The network path was not found

    Hi,
    Start by pinging the desktop, go to command promt and type ping (space) then type the ip address of the desktop... if the reply comes back, packets sent =4 packets received =4 packets lost = 0...
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