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The autorun.inf file is not crucial to the installation process; it only brings up the setup program automatically when you insert the disk. You can still perform an upgrade by running the setup program manually, or perform a clean install by booting from the CD.

Note that a Windows XP disc missing this file is highly unusual, and if this file is missing, it is quite likely other contents may missing, damaged, or have been tampered with.


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