Getting rid of AntiWPA and other patches?

Discussion in 'Windows XP / Older OS' started by iNO12, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. iNO12

    iNO12 MDL Member

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    #1 iNO12, Mar 26, 2010
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    Hey guys,

    Got a computer here that has had Windows XP MCE SP3 installed for maybe 2 years now, something like that. Over the two years i've used AntiWPA to patch it and also installed some of those wga patches (supremophantom, eth0 etc).

    Was wondering if anyone knows how I can get rid of these completely so that XP has no cracks? The reason is that i'm going to do SLP activation on it :)

    Thanks,
    iNO12
     
  2. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    XP + 2 years = good time to do the full re-install

    sebus
     
  3. iNO12

    iNO12 MDL Member

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    I should be re-installing it soon but I need to get it activated properly until I find the drivers disc :)
     
  4. Computer Fixer

    Computer Fixer MDL Member

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    That driver disc is most likely outdated by now and not needed anyway. Unless your PC manufacturer went out of business all the updated drivers are on their website. There's also several "100'000 Windows Drivers" and even a "150'000 Windows Drivers" DVD around on the net for any drivers your manfacturer doesn't offer. You can also use Double Driver to backup your current drivers and save them to a pen drive or CD for reinstall.

    I agree with Sebus about the reinstall.. XP + 2 years = format c: