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I have aol optimized pc how do you made your boot from cdrom Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows XP Home EditionForm FactorMini TowerProcessorIntel Celeron 1.7 GHzInstalled Memory256 MB (DDR SDRAM)Display17 in. CRT Display

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Restart the computer. before it starts windows on the bottom left of the screen it will say press f1 or f2 to setup. press it. go into the boot configuration and set your first boot device to cdrom. then press f10 to save. insert the xp disc and restart the computer. when it restarts it should say press any key to boot from cd. just press any key and it will start on its own.

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