what is hp esu for microsoft windows xp? thanks.Asked Jul, 03 2010
If you’re looking for simplicity and flexibility, you should try Linux! Windows XP will be dropped from Microsoft’s support very soon.
Do you have any other computers that have a CD/DVD drive? If so, you could copy the contents of the XP CD (presuming you have one) to a USB drive using WinToFlash and boot from that. You’ll probably need to edit your boot priority so that your BIOS chooses the USB over your hard drive.
If you “find” an ISO of Windows XP x64 on the internet you could also burn it to a USB using UNetBootin.
Alternatively you could probably buy a USB from a reputable seller at Amazon with Windows XP installed on it. Though, you run the risk of the key not being genuine of course.
There is a harder way of doing this, called a “network install” if you have a computer with a CD drive (and Windows XP x64) on your network.Answered Aug, 11 2011
It sounds like there was a toolbar or helper installed and it’s not there anymore. Try cleaning the registry with CCleaner. Also make sure that it is uninstalled completely. If not and it won’t let you finish the uninstall, you may need to re-install it first.Answered Aug, 27 2010
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