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    Describes how to prepare your computer for an upgrade to Windows XP from Windows 98 or from Windows Millennium Edition.
    Explains that you cannot run Office XP Setup on a computer that is running Windows 98 or Windows Me with a damaged active profile. To work around this problem, you can look for registry damage, use a different profile, or turn off User Profiles.
    When you work with Web folders, one of the following issues may occur: If you attempt to create or open a Web folder in Web Folders on a computer running Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Me), or if you attempt to create or...
    It's time to give Windows more tools and functionality. We show you how to keep your operating system up to date, and get the Windows XP look and feel No PC is the same. Oh, they may look identical on the outside, but even if they share identical...
    Explains why you receive an error message when you try to install the MOM 2005 on a computer that has SQL Server 2000 SP4 installed. Provides a workaround.
    Describes 2007 Microsoft Office Suite Service Pack 2 (SP2) and Microsoft Office Language Pack 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2). This includes a complete list of improvements and fixes that SP2 addresses.
    Contains general information for SQL Server 2005 Express Edition.
    Describes how to use Oracle with Microsoft Transaction Server and COM+ components. Includes information about how to download tools and links for more information.
    Explains an "Error 1402. Could not open key" error message that you may receive when you install Office 2000. To resolve this problem, look for registry damage, run Setup under a different profile, or turn off user profiles before you run Setup.
    Describes an issue where Exchange Server 5.5 users cannot see recipients from a pure Exchange 2000 administrative group or pure Exchange 2003 administrative group if there is no recipient Connection Agreement for the pure administrative group.

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