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2011-09-12 22:22:51
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You use a windows xp restoring CD or restoting CD from other companies such as WindowsPE, Windows XP usb edition and so.


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You cannot install Windows ME over Windows XP from within XP. If you must (for whatever reason) install Windows ME, you will need to boot from the CD.

Normally, the computer will not boot. And you will have to reinstall Windows XP.


Windows XP is not downloaded. You will need to contact Compaq to order a Windows XP CD. If you find a copy of Windows XP to download, it is a boot leg copy.

so many type of boot file in win xp pro

Download and boot from the Ultimate Boot CD available from Use a disk utility to erase the partition and Windows will do the rest when you install it. thank you pretty good windows xp boot disk

Windows XP boot disks can be purchased at a number of different online sites. Amazon and eBay, for example, sell these boot disks for affordable rates.

You set the bios to CD boot. After that reinstall windows with a windows xp cd.

Boot from a Windows XP installation CD, and follow insructions.

This was taken out of Windows XP, but is still in Windows 98 and below.

you have to boot from something else, whether it be a floopy disk, thumb drive, or setup cd. you can't delete files that you are currently using. if you boot into windows xp you can't delete windows xp.

Using a boot floppy actually has little to do with Windows XP itself, as you are bypassing Windows XP when you use one. To use a boot floppy, place it in your floppy disk drive and reboot. If your computer is configured to boot from the floppy drive, it will boot automatically. If it isn't, you will need to enter your BIOS setup and change the boot order so that the floppy drive is the first boot device.

Yes. You can dual boot both operating systems at once. Or you can install Windows XP over Windows Vista

To change the contents of the boot loader menu in Windows XP, one must edit the boot.ini file.

Insert the windows XP Disc into the CD Drive, and reboot the computer. Boot from the CD. Then follow the instructions.

the three files in booting files in windows xp boot.ini ntldr and

Nothing was techinically "replaced", but they booted in phases rather than specific files. This lead to adding bootmgr(Windows Boot Manager) which reads a registry type file that was not used in Windows XP.

reinstall windows xp and then attempt to boot into the Advanced Options menu.

The following booting files are required to start Windows XP: NTLDR, Boot.ini, and The following files are optional when starting Windows XP: Ntbootdd.sys and Bootsect.dos. The following files are required to start Windows 7/Vista: Bootmgr (Windows Boot Manager) and BCD (Boot Configuration Data).

...with Windows XP Professional already installed on your computer. Windows Vista cannot be installed without Windows XP Professional installed first on your computer, it's the same with Windows 7; Windows' latest operating system (OS).

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