Disabling cache and shadowing in BIOS option

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Disabling cache and shadowing in BIOS option

Postby Um9iIEQu » Sun, 16 Jul 2006 00:47:02 GMT

Hi,

I'm trying to upgrade from Media Center Edition to  XP Pro OS. During the 
beinging installation process I get an error that I should disable the cache 
and shadowing in the BIOS memory options.

How do I go into the BIOS options at start up on this machine? Please 
advise. Thanks,

RE: Disabling cache and shadowing in BIOS option

Postby Um9iIEQu » Sun, 16 Jul 2006 02:07:02 GMT

Uuuuhhmmmmmmmmmm.....where is your suggestion,please.





Re: Disabling cache and shadowing in BIOS option

Postby Tom Scales » Sun, 16 Jul 2006 19:48:44 GMT






How would we know. You don't tell us what machine!

Regardless, you cannot upgrade to XP Pro from MCE. You must do a clean 
install.  And why would you want to?  MCE is just Pro with a couple features 
disabled.

Tom 



Re: Disabling cache and shadowing in BIOS option

Postby Um9iIEQu » Sun, 16 Jul 2006 22:56:01 GMT

I want XP Pro because I want to add the machine to a domain and MCE doesn't 
allow it.








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