Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
You will have to boot from the disc and erase the whole Vista install to make this possible.
1) Turn off the computer with the XP disc inside then restart.
2) Pull up the boot menu at the first screen that pops up (Usually the PC brand logo). You can do this by pressing F12 on most computers but it may be different, it's usually written on the first screen if it is.
3) In the boot menu there are choices like, HDD, PXE, etcetera. Pick the one that says CD-Rom OR Optical Drive OR DVD-ROM.
4) It should start loading. Follow the steps and do a full format whn it asks.
BEWARE! This will erase ALL of your data.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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