CD to PC is easy windowsxp you having that CD and install it and after that give a password of that windowsxp
you have to install win xp via a usb or by using an external CD drive.
You have to have a hard drive in your PC, a Windows Xp installation CD or DVD, a serial number, and data for activation (if required). After that go in BIOS settings, find boor order or boot sequence settings and choose as first bootable device a CD-ROM (DVD-ROM). Then insert the disk in CD/DVD device save settings in BIOS, you PC will restart and after that follow instruction of XP installer.
A CD is required. The language font settings are stored in a database on the CD, or in a separate folder on the PC which must be manually installed (no default)
Autorun CD Then select copy Music and copy it to your PC or any application just by giving path Visit http://latestxptips.blogspot.com for tips and tricks
i download windows xp service pack 3 and wright cd but this is not bootable, so you can help me how i can make bookable windows xp sp3 cd.
Assuming you are using a fairly standard x86 device, like the ASUS Eee PC, and the hard drive is large enough, all you need to do is boot from a Windows XP CD and follow the same steps as a normal XP installation. The ASUS Eee PC and similar devices will require you to purchase an external CD / DVD drive.
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/
first insert windows XP CD into CD ROM drive then press Del button setup bios setting first CD, second HDD, Third Floppy Disk or disables
some xp-installed computers do not have a feature to create backups of the system that came pre-installed. I personally had to pay $50 to hp to get a set of 8 recovery discs. no-it was not a single CD for just installing windows xp on a computer it was all the software that came on the hard-drive when i bought it. the assumption companies make is that the recovery partition on the hard-drive will never fail you. so if you don't have the windows xp CD you have to use the recovery partition of your drive or recovery CD set.
Change the boot order in the CMOS/BIOS.
You can upgrade to SP3 without a CD. You cannot install the entire system from scratch without a CD. yes. first install XP sp2 with CD, then upgrade via Internet.
It is in or on the box the software came in, the CD or on a sticker somewhere on the outside of your computer if you bought a computer with XP pre-installed(Microsoft first stop doing this at release of Windows 8). If you lost the box or can't find the product key on your computer then you can get it off the installation CD assuming you still have it. Without the installation CD there is no need for the product key since you would not be able to install the software without it. The manufacturer of the PC might store cheap backup recovery CD's. All XP Support ends April 2014.
Windows XP is a bootable CD, so you don't need one.
You set the bios to CD boot. After that reinstall windows with a windows xp cd.
Any USB CD / DVD drive can easily be installed; just plug it into one of the USB ports on the Eee PC. Both Windows XP and Linux should be able to see it; and you can boot from it in the BIOS.
in xp and 2000 CD it is stored in i386 folder
Insert the windows XP Disc into the CD Drive, and reboot the computer. Boot from the CD. Then follow the instructions.
A free Windows XP repair disk can be downloaded from Softonic, Tech Republic, Kioskia, Software Solution, Boot From CD, PC Support and Disk Internals.
Yes, you can but you have to have a windows xp installation cd.
Restart your PC then Press one of the F1 or F2 or F3.... Buttons and it will take you automaticaly to a screen ;)
You use a windows xp restoring CD or restoting CD from other companies such as WindowsPE, Windows XP usb edition and so.
You Can Buy A Completely New Windows 7 CD Or An Upgrade CD Which Will Upgrade Your XP to 7
In order to create a CD, you must have a drive capable of writing to CDs (also known as a "CD burner"). Youmust also have either an operating system that supports CD burning natively (Windows XP and later, for instance), or special CD authoring software like Nero.