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5. After the network setup is finished, the graphical portion of the installation ends and the computer restarts. Windows starts for the first time and gives you the option to create user accounts and activate Windows.
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If a computer is already running Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation 4.0 Service Pack 5 (SP5), or Windows 2000 Professional, you can upgrade it directly to Windows XP. This includes computers with partitions that are formatted by using FAT or NTFS because Windows XP can recognize both file systems. You cannot directly upgrade computers running earlier versions of Windows such as Windows 95 or Win dows NT Workstation 3.51. These operating systems require interim upgrades to a ver sion of Windows that supports a direct upgrade to Windows XP. Table 2-2 shows the available Windows XP upgrade paths.
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Note Although you can upgrade previous versions of Windows operating systems by using interim upgrades, keep in mind that the computer on which the older operating systems are running most likely will not meet the minimum hardware requirements for Windows XP Professional.
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Upgrade Path Must first be upgraded to Windows 98 and then to Win dows XP Direct upgrade to Windows XP Direct upgrade to Windows XP Must first be upgraded to Windows NT 4.0 SP5 and then to Windows XP Must first have SP5 applied and then be upgraded to Windows XP Direct upgrade to Windows XP Direct upgrade to Windows XP Direct upgrade to Windows XP Professional
Current Operating System Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows Me
Windows NT 3.51 Workstation
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation
without SP5 or later
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation
with SP5 or later
Windows 2000 Professional
Windows XP Home
Note You cannot upgrade computers running Windows NT 4.0 Server and Windows 2000 Server directly to Windows XP In addition, you cannot upgrade computers running Small . Business Server or trial editions of older Windows versions to Windows XP.
Before starting an upgrade, there are a few considerations that you should take into account. These considerations include the following:
Ensure that the computer meets the hardware and software compatibility require ments for Windows XP. Consult the Windows Catalog on the Web for supported hardware. You should also generate a system compatibility report prior to starting the upgrade process. This report analyzes potential problems that you might encounter after an upgrade and provides possible solutions. You can generate this report by selecting the Check System Compatibility option on the splash screen that appears when you insert the installation CD. You can also generate the report when starting Setup from the command line by typing winnt32 /Checkupgradeonly. If the compati bility check reports any hardware or software incompatibilities, you should obtain and apply the proper updates before proceeding with the upgrade.
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Installing Windows XP
Uninstall any incompatible software until you can load new compatible replace ments. Check the system s basic input/output system (BIOS) version to verify that the ver sion is the latest revision available. You should also verify that BIOS-based virus protection is disabled before initiating the Windows XP upgrade. BIOS antivirus features interpret attempts by Setup to modify the boot sector as virus-like activity and prevents the modifications, causing Setup to fail. Back up important files and data before performing an upgrade to avoid potential loss. There is always the possibility of system failure during any major operation. Scan for viruses and remove them from the computer before performing an upgrade. Uncompress any drive that is compressed with anything other than NTFS com pression before performing an upgrade. The only type of compression that is supported by Windows XP is NTFS compression. Windows XP does not support DriveSpace, DoubleSpace, or any third-party compression formats.
Real World When Not to Upgrade
Upgrading to Windows XP from a previous version of Windows has advantages, the most important of which are that applications that are already installed remain accessible, and that most user settings are retained. However, installing Windows XP to a blank hard drive presents a great opportunity to clean out some of the mess that accumulates when a user has been running Windows for a long time (and has possibly already upgraded the computer once or twice). Unless time is a limiting factor, talk to the user about the advantages of backing up their computer, reformatting the hard drive, installing Windows XP, and then installing only the applications that the user needs. Although this method takes more time and requires more care (especially in making sure everything is backed up), the user is also ensured a more stable and less-cluttered computer.
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