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    Installing Windows Media Center
    I have Windows XP Home installed on my MacBook. I want to know if I am able to Upgrade to Windows XP Media Center since I already have Windows XP SP2 installed on my MacBook?

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    coltssaturday's Avatar
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    May 18, 2006
    There has already been a topic about this.


    EDIT: If you want more information about your topic then just search "windows media center" on the forums.

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    BlindingLights's Avatar
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    Feb 17, 2006
    iMac 17" Intel Core Duo 1.83GHz 512 MB Ram 128 vRAM 60GB HD
    hmm... if you read the manual, like so many people here tend not to, you would read that ONLY Windows XP Home and Pro edition with SP2 on a single installation disk will work.

    So, unfortunately, no you can't. Unless maybe that link has more clues.
    the back of our computer looks better than the front of theirs

    Quote Originally Posted by Super_boy22
    i can store many dvds on 1 floppy so it's essential to me

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