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I heard that xp home edition does not support dual core cpus, is this true and if it isn't do both media center and proffesional cupport dual cores or just on of them?
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No, home does support dual cores. You will be fine with home.

Edit: Check here. Home is on the list.
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7200.10 RAID0 (640GB) Pioneer DVD +/- RW Vista Ultimate x64 Acer 22" WS + 17" LCD 
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