A software in which winxp works without any installation
I found a software cd , when a stranger insert that cd in drive on initial booting system works in winxp where that system only had win98 before that that system is pentium 3 processor so winxp takes initial mother board drivers if you know that software weblink please forward to me sir
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I believe the program you are looking for is called ERD Commander. It was made by Winternals and is no longer availible due to Microsoft buying them out. You may be able to find older copies still available for download on the net if you search for ERD commander or winternals.
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boot your computer with windows XP cd. it will install winXP automatically but remember to install windows XP other than the drive where your win7 is. for examp: if your win7 is in C drive, install XP in D drive.
hope you can do.
it wont work...(recovery CDs mostly dont work)
you need to have a WinXP boot and install CD...as many system files of windows are not re-installed by the recovery cD
get a Win XP CD(a bootable one)...i.e. original WindowsCD(even a pirated CD may work)
insert the CD in the CD drive and re-start the PC....(BIOS) must have boot seq set to CD ROM as the 1st boot drive...(if not then do it)...press F2, Del, or F10 key when PC starts...go to the boot menu and chose the boot seq and select CD ROM as the 1st boot drive...then save and restart....
let it boot from CD...
now you can repair the OS
Hi, you haven't said for what operating system, but for XP. First you will need to change your primary boot device to CD Rom, to do this boot into BIOS by pressing the F1 key during initial boot fase, save changes after boot device has been selected, insert windows CD into drive and reboot. Select boot from CD, which appears during initial boot fase. Allow files to be installed, once finished you will need to delete operating system and repartition hard drive, then format hard drive. Once this completes PC will reboot, ignor boot from CD and allow PC to boot normally and it will start to install XP.
yes you can install winxp if you have winxp bootable disk. Boot your computer with winxp disk. For that insert winxp disk into cd or dvd rom then when you power up press F8 or F5 or F12 to get first boot option then set first boot as your cd or dvd rom then you can boot computer with disk.
dont mind it... if you want to install xp to your computer while you are using utimate vista you can install it... but you must have a large space of memory to install xp, tnx anyway hope that i can help...
Hi, Please mention your problem clearly.... If its BIOS password (when system boots it will ask for password) then shutdown the system and remove the COMS battery for 2 minutes which is present in the one of the corner of the motherboard. If its user password (asking the user name and password) then you need to install a fresh copy of windows xp. to install a windows xp, Insert the XP bootable cd into the CD-ROM. Restart the system. Then the system will boot from cd. If its not asking to boot from cd then you need to change the settings on BIOS menu. When system restarts keep-on pressing the DEL or F2 keys or both. then it will take you to BIOS setup. there change the boot priority. Select first boot device as CD/DVD ROM. After please click on the below link or copy the URL and paste it in your web browser. Follow the steps.
If you boot to the CD (on boot with the CD in the drive you should get a screen with the option to boot to the CD, if your boot order in your BIOS is set to CD ROM before Hard Drive), you should (after loading files for a while) get to a screen that will allow you to select the drive/partition to install to. If trying to install from within the Windows environment it won't happen.