You technicly dont format windows you would format Your hardrive or in otherwords erase all data on it that includes Windows. the result is a dumb computer NO OPERATING SYSTEM. so you will have to get another OS disk to reprogram it with after a format. You have been warned. Get a windows 98 start up disk from a friend and start the system with it in the floppy drive. choose the way you want it to start and when you get a DOS Prompt looks like this C:/ type in fdisk.exe and hit enter follow instructions on the screen. to repartition your hardrive. Last warning !!!!! All data on your hardive will be lost.
Windows 7 and Windows XP are operating systems. You cannot format operating systems. But you can format your hard disk or hard drive. You can use Windows XP bootable CD to format HDD, but you will have to use Windows 7 Bootable Installation disk to install OS on your formatted drive.
No, XP will format the disk if that's needed.
Create a dos boot disk. Make sure that it contains FORMAT and FDISK. If you have access to Windows 98 then you can create a boot disk.
No particular action is needed. Just boot from the Windows XP disk. It will prompt you to format the hard drive and install Windows XP. Windows XP will supply a generic driver for the video card.
Open "My Computer" on the Desktop, right click on the disk you want to format under "Hard Disk Drives" and then click on "Format". Select the required options and then click on "Start"...
No. You must copy the data somewhere else if you want to keep it.
Step 1: Partition the hard disk. Insert the Windows XP CD into your CD or DVD drive, or insert the first Windows XP Setup disk into the floppy disk drive, and then restart the computer to start the Windows XP Setup program. ...Step 2: Format the hard disk and install Windows XP.
Download and boot from the Ultimate Boot CD available from http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/ 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
No. Windows XP is an operating system that allows applications to create and format documents.
chkdsk (stands for check disk)
it is possible but you will have to do it with a USB. To do that is download a software called wintoflash. Then fallow the steps and you can make a bootable windows xp flash drive to format your computer with.
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If you have Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate you can install Windows XP Mode. Or if you want to downgrade you can do a clean install of Windows XP with an installation disk.
Downgrade it, you can use a Windows XP install disk to undo the Windows 7 one.
To install Windows XP on an Acer Aspire 1640 Zl8 you would first need to format the hard drive. Then you would need to boot the system with an XP disk.
Simply put the program disk in the drive and when prompted, tell it to install. It will automatically format and install over the old OS.
Yes, you can but you have to have a windows xp installation cd.
you probably lost your drivers for your internet adapter. go to your device manger and check to see if there's a problem and if so reinstall driver's from install disk- if you don't have the install disk then truy using a windows xp OS install disk and ask windows to update driver's for network adapter.
In order to format Windows XP, you will have to use the installation disc. This will erase all the data that you have on your computer.
Sometimes, depending on the disk and the kind of xp, i.e. professional, home, buisness, also if its a 64 bit
The floppy disk has nothing to do with the operating system on the hard drive. You can use a floppy disk created in Windows XP to boot a computer that has Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, etc...
If you have had your computer since Windows 95 then it probably does not have processor speed and RAM that will give you an acceptable experience if you install Windows XP on it. If you want to try anyway I suggest a complete disk format (after saving to another medium any files that you could conceivably want to access later). the install Windows XP.
Boot from a Windows XP installation CD, and follow insructions.
Not directly. You can format the hard drive and install Windows XP cleanly. You can upgrade directly to Windows XP Professional (which is more expensive).