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  Liza 02:17 14 Sep 2009
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Hello

Can someone help please. I read in a Help forum article that one can convert their disk for Windows XP to Windows XP SP 3. One of the items needed to do this was Rar. I went ahead and ordered Rar although I have still not converted my Windows Disk. Recently however I was told by the telephone co there was a problem reading a bill on line using my Acrobet Reader. I clicked Open on the File menu of Acrobet Reader and it revealed my rar invoice which I received for the payment I made to Rar. Does this imply that I will have to pay for my free Acrobet Reader. Liza

  ambra4 04:24 14 Sep 2009

“I read in a Help forum article that one can convert their disk for Windows XP to Windows XP SP3”

You do not need Rar to make a Windows XP Disk with SP3

A rar file is a compressed file format, which can contain one or more files.

The files are compressed and so take up less space than the originals, but can be uncompressed back to the original with no loss of data.

Because of their small size .rar files are often uses for storage or transmission of files
(Such as across the Internet)

RAR files are different to, but server a similar role to other compressed file formats such as Zip

How To: Slipstream your XP Disk With SP3

click here

  ambra4 04:30 14 Sep 2009

“Does this imply that I will have to pay for my free Acrobet Reader”

No you should have to pay for the free Acrobet Reader

Free Adobe Reader 9 software

click here

You should check with the company that you order program from

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