Explains how to configure Windows XP for maximum control and flexibility, work effectively with the Registry, take advantage of the built-in firewall, and troubleshoot problems.Otherwise, if Windows XP wona#39;t start, you should use the following procedure to repair the installation: 1. Boot off the XP CD, as described in aquot;Installing on a New (Clean) System, aquot; earlier in this chapter. 2. When setup begins, it will display twoanbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows XP Annoyances|
|Author||:||David A. Karp|
|Publisher||:||O'Reilly Media - 2002|