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Save all needed files to an external media: my documents, desktop, emails, etc. Insert the XP CD in your computer and reboot. Your computer is probably configured to boot from cd , if it asks you follow the onscreen directions to boot from cd. In the installation, make sure you select fresh installation.
If your computer will not boot from cd make sure to enter the bios setup when you first turn your computer on either by pressing del or f2 or whatever it says onscreen. Find where it says boot order and make sure CD or DVD drive is first.
Warning: this will entirely wipe out your computer, but you won't run into compatiblity issues.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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