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Reboot your computer and hit f2 when you first see the logo popup, this will take you into the setup. Arrow over to boot at the top of the screen.hit f5/f6 until your cdrom drive is first on the list. Arrow over to exit and save changes and exit. Before you hit enter, put your XP cd in the cdrom so it will boot to cd when you restart. You should be able to reinstall windows doing this. When you are done, to reverse the process and return your bootup to normal default, hit f2 at the logo, when you are in the setup utility hit f10 to load setup defaults and exit, your computer will reboot and you should be good to go!
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