I have experienced the malfunction of most of my drivers due to an update from microsoft for Windows 7.  Most of my auxilary equipment dates back to the XP era. I have puchased a complete OEM  version of  XP professioal with service pack 3.  Since my drivers are originally for XP I want to go back to the XP os and say farewell to ms and their updates,

Iam fed up withMS.
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The best way to do it is to back up all of your files and documents you want to keep then format your hard drive and install XP on a clean hard drive.  You could also partition your hard drive and install xp on the new partition then on boot you should be able to choose which OS you want to run.
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