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While installing the xp professional iinstallation will get atruck at the registering components further it is not getting install

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Hello ,
i guess, it is taking long time for registering as there is a possibility of missing of files, so u can do 1 thing dat change ur windows cd and try installing again. plz reply after doing so n tell d result

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