On Fri, 3 May 2002 07:42:03 -0500, Rob Rohrbough <Rob@ROHRBOUGH-
>I just purchased my dream notebook (Toshiba Satellite Pro 6100, 1.7Ghz,
>HD, DVD/CD-RW). I have a choice of leaving Windows XP Pro on it or
>downgrading to Windows 2000 Pro. All (most of) my friends have told me to
>avoid WinXP at this point, but the temptation for the latest is great.
>Knowing that SAS has disavowed supporting SAS 6.12 on WinXP, has anyone
>attempted to run it on XP anyway? Any other experiences with WinXP?
>Escpecially with SAS 8.2?
>Decisions, decisions - TIA,
>Rob Rohrbough, Consultant Rohrbough Systems Design, Inc.
>SAS Certified Professional V6/V8 A SAS Alliance Consulting Partner
>Rob@Rohrbough-Systems.com 9215 Dorcas Street
>(402) 343-1493 Omaha, NE 68124-2039
I've heared often not to use a Microsoft OS before at least service pack 2.
But: why don't you install both! With 40 GB space you can easily reserve a
half G for each and choice while booting with which one you want to work.
If you think after a while that all is ok with XP, just uninstall w2k.