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Many updated drivers ship with the Microsoft Windows XP Professional operating system CD. However, when critical device drivers, such as hard-drive controllers, are not compatible with Windows XP Professional or cannot be found, Setup might halt the upgrade until updated drivers are obtained. Note
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You cannot upgrade from Microsoft Windows 95 or Microsoft Windows 3.x to Windows XP Professional. If you are migrating from either of these operating systems, you must do a clean installation of the operating system, and then install device drivers that are compatible with Windows XP Professional.
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The 16-bit device drivers for Windows Me, Windows 98, Windows 95, and Windows 3.x were based on the virtual device driver (VxD) model. The VxD model is not supported in Windows XP Professional. An upgrade does not migrate drivers from Windows Me or Windows 98 to Windows XP Professional. If the driver for a particular device does not exist in Windows XP Professional, you might need to download an updated driver from the device manufacturer.
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Some hardware devices that are supported by Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 4.0 also work on Windows XP Professional; however, it is best to run Setup in Check Upgrade Only mode to check for driver compatibility issues before upgrading the operating system. Windows XP Professional does not support drivers, including third-party drivers, that
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worked on Windows NT Workstation 4.0. You need to obtain an updated driver for Windows XP Professional from the device manufacturer. Typically, you can address issues concerning deployment or upgrade of Windows NT Workstation 4.0 during the test phase of deployment. Note
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To access an NTFS volume that has been upgraded for Microsoft Windows XP, you need to be running Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 4 or later.
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Application Compatibility
Because there are new technologies in Windows XP Professional, you need to test your business applications for compatibility with the new operating system. Even if you currently use Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000 Professional, you need to test applications to make sure that they work as well on Windows XP Professional as they do in your existing environment. Also, enhancements included in Windows XP Professional, such as improved security features, might not be supported by some applications. Identify all applications that your organization currently uses, including custom software. As you identify applications, prioritize them and note which ones are required for each business unit in your organization. Remember to include operational and administrative tools, including antivirus, compression, backup, and remote-control programs. The Software section of Windows Catalog (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/catalog) is a list of software products recommended for use with Windows XP. Software products that are marked Designed for Windows XP comply with the Designed for Windows XP Logo Program requirements and were specifically designed to take advantage of the new features of Windows XP. Software marked Compatible with Windows XP are considered by Microsoft or the manufacturer to work with XP but do not necessarily take full advantage of the platform s new features. For more information on the Designed for Windows XP Logo Program see http://www.microsoft.com/winlogo.
Application Compatibility Migrating from Windows Me or Windows 98
System tools in Windows 98, such as ScanDisk and DriveSpace, cannot be upgraded to Windows XP Professional. Also, client software for other networks cannot be upgraded to Windows XP Professional, so you must acquire new versions of these clients to complete the upgrade. Note Novell has included an upgrade for their Client32 on the Windows XP Professional operating system CD. The upgrade detects and automatically upgrades a previous version of Client32 during the upgrade to Windows XP Professional. For the latest Client32 upgrade, contact Novell.
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Planning Deployments
Some applications written for Windows 98 or Windows Me might not run properly on Windows XP Professional without modification. For example, applications might do any of the following:
Maintain registry data in different locations. Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me store this data in different locations than Windows XP Professional or Windows NT 4.0 and earlier. Make calls to Windows 95 , Windows 98 , or Windows Me specific application programming interfaces. Install different files when installed on Windows XP Professional than when installed on Windows 98 or Windows Me.
There are four ways to address problems with applications that do not run properly on Windows XP Professional:
Reinstall the applications after the upgrade if the applications are compatible with Windows XP Professional. Create a new Windows XP Professional based standard configuration with compatible versions of the applications. Use migration dynamic-link libraries (DLLs) for each application that is not migrated during the upgrade. Run the application in Compatibility mode by right-clicking the application, selecting Properties, and then clicking the Compatibility tab.
For more information about the Compatibility mode tool, see 17, Managing Authorization and Access Control. Software vendors and corporate developers can use migration DLLs that move registry subkeys and entries, install new versions of files, or move files within the file system. These migration DLLs are used by Windows XP Professional Setup to resolve incompatibilities. Setup calls these DLLs to update the application installation. For more information about migration DLLs, see the Software Development Kit (SDK) information in the MSDN library link on the Web Resources page at: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/reskits/webresources.
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