Beware the G-Man
I'm thinking of upgrading my CPU to a faster Athlon and also my Mother Board. My board won't support the newest XP or MP Athlons (running an A-BIT KT7A-RAID with an Athlon 1Ghz), not the right version and bios update won't help. But I have read that XP will stop functioning if it sees too severe of an upgrade (some sort of configuration file that's recorded by the system). I had hear that there is something you can do with the XP disk to repair or replace this config file and then it lives again. I would like to know this before I upgrade. My machine is running fine now, and yeah maybe I should leave well enough alone... but. Any help please will be appreciated.