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    How to Use These Notes These release notes contain important information that was not available when the product documentation for Windows XP was written. Unless stated otherwise, all information included here applies to Windows XP Home Edition, Windows...
    Windows XP Setup includes the Dynamic Update feature. Dynamic Update downloads and uses critical content to enhance the Setup program. If the computer can connect to the Internet during Windows XP Setup, Dynamic Update prompts you to download critical...
    This article describes how to obtain the "Designed for Microsoft Windows XP" Application Test Framework 1.1.
    Describes a problem in which all user accounts are disabled or the computer restarts continuously on a Windows XP or Windows Vista-based computer which has Windows SteadyState installed.
    Describes known issues and provides other information about the Media Center Extender for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.
    Describes the Microsoft support policy for Fibre Channel RAID devices that are connected to Windows XP Professional-based computers.
    Text-to-Speech (TTS) capabilities for a computer refers to the ability to play back text in a spoken voice. This article describes how to configure and use text-to-speech in Windows XP and in Windows Vista. TTS is the ability of the operating system to...
    Describes support for Windows XP on the Opteron processor.
    Fixes the Stop error 0x00000005 (error 0x05) (INVALID PROCESS ATTACH ATTEMPT) in Windows XP Service Pack 2 or in Windows Server 2003.

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