Maybe you mean autoexec.bat because windows xp doesn't have autoexec.exe. even more windows xp doesn't use autoexec.bat anymore, it has it's own file which is called boot.ini. autoexec is important for windows 98/Me and so on. You don't need to recover it. Unless you upgraded your PC from windows 98/me or something like that it the autoexec has certain programs to boot. If you lost it comlitely there is no way to restore it. But you can create it in usual notepad, in Google you can find a lot of information how to create autoexec.bat
For windows XP get yourself a copy of diskternals. I have had some very good results in the past with this program.
You can download a recovery software. I recommend WiseRecovery to you, it helped me a lot
Place your Windows XP CD in your CD-ROM and start your computer (You need your XP CD is bootable as it should be - and that you have your bios set to boot from CD)..Read More.. http://techlatch.com/recover-windows-xp-password/
which feature of windows xp professional allows you to recover from installing the incorrect driver for a device
XP and 7 supports file sharing through network or any Windows supported storage device.
You use My Computer & Windows Explorer to browse the file system on a drive in Windows XP.
To createa text file in Windows XP or any version of XP, open any word processor or text editor and create your file. Once you create your file, save it with the .TXT contention to save it as a text file.
What is structure of window in windows XP
In the SAM file.
NTFS is the predominant file system although FAT is supported on XP.
Generally speaking, no. Most Windows XP installations are made onto NTFS partitions, which MS-DOS cannot read.
Usually when you delete something your computer doesn't actually delete it. Look in your recycle bin or trash can. Otherwise, you can download a file recovery application. Search Google for "file recovery for windows".
Paging File/ page file
There is no such thing as a "Windows XP Word file." You open the files in Vista the exact same way you do in Windows XP - with Microsoft Word.
There is no 'windows vista word file'. You might be thinking of the .docx format, which is MS Office 2007 format. You can get MS Office 2007 for Windows XP.
Windows XP and Windows 7 both use the same file system by default: NTFS.
About 1Gb, I believe.