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I assume that when XP gives lot a choice of where you want to install it that you are selecting unpartitioned space ( which should be listed after your primary 98 partition) and that there is enough room on that partition for XP.
If that space is already partitioned, try delecting the partition and then tell XP to install in the newly created unpartitioned space. XP should then prompt to format that space after which the install should continue. If it does not, you must be getting some error message indicating what/where the problem is. If you let me know what the error messages are I may be able to provide further help.
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Install infrared module onto IrDA connector, and enable function from the BIOS setup. Make sure you have the correct orientation when you plug into the motherboard.
Towards rear of motherboard, next to first PCI slot, on AGP side. The number one pin is closest to rear of board.
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