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You need an XP CD.
insert the disk to the CD/DVD drive and boot from CD
you can change the boot sequence in bios or press F12
when it says press any key to boot from CD rom
press anything on your kybd
and let the windows to load
it will ask you if you want to repair or install windows press enter
then press F8 to accept the EULA
then press ESC to install a fresh copy of windows
you can delete the partition by highlighting the drive that says
C:\Windows then press D to delete then Press L to confirm
and follow the onscreen instruction
hope this help
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