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go to campaq (hp) site and download the drivers you need. Just follow the instruction where as laptop selection is concerned and download the relevant drivers. As for home edition, you will have to get that cd or download it from various sites, even torrents and burn it to disc.
Ask your friends to borrow either a "retail" Windows XP Home Edition CD-ROM (bought when XP was available in retail stores) or an "OEM" (Original Equipment Manufacturer) version. The OEM version was used by Microsoft-licensed "system-builders" (small computer-stores that assemble computers from the individual components, and then install this "generic" version of Windows).
If you have the "genuine Windows" decal on the side of your desktop, use that 25-character product-key and the "borrowed" CD-ROM to reinstall Windows.
Create 3 folders - C:\WINXPSP2 C:\SP2 and C:\XPBOOT
Copy the entire Windows XP CD into folder C:\WINXPSP2
You will have to download the SP2 Update, which is 250MB.
Rename the Service Pack file to XP-SP2.EXE
Extract the Service Pack from the Run Dialog using the command:
C:\XP-SP2.EXE -U -X:C:\SP2
Open Start/Run... and type the command:
Folder C:\WINXPSP2contains: Windows XP SP2
How to Create a Windows XP SP1 CD Bootable
( no download manager !! )
Extract xpboot.zip file (xpboot.bin) in to the folder C:\XPBOOT
Start Nero - Burning Rom.
Select File > New... from the menu.
1.) Select CD-ROM (Boot)
2.) Select Image file from Source of boot image data
3.) Set Kind of emulation: to No Emulation
4.) Set Load segment of sectors (hex!): to 07C0
5.) Set Number of loaded sectors: to 4
6.) Press the Browse... button
Select All Files (*.*) from File of type:
Locate boot.bin in the folder C:\XPBOOT
Click ISO tab
Set File-/Directory length to ISO Level 1 (Max. of 11 = 8 + 3 chars)
Set Format to Mode 1
Set Character Set to ISO 9660
Check all Relax ISO Restrictions
Click Label Tab
Select ISO9660 from the drop down box.
Enter the Volume Label as WB2PFRE_EN
Enter the System Identifier as WB2PFRE_EN
Enter the Volume Set as WB2PFRE_EN
Enter the Publisher as MICROSOFT CORPORATION
Enter the Data Preparer as MICROSOFT CORPORATION
Enter the Application as WB2PFRE_EN
* For Windows XP Professional OEM substitute WB2PFRE_EN with WXPOEM_EN
* For Windows XP Home OEM substitute WB2PFRE_EN with WXHOEM_EN
Click Burn tab
Check Finalize CD (No further writing possible!)
Set Write Method to Disk-At-Once
Press New button
Locate the folder C:\WINXPSP2
Select everything in the folder and drag it to the ISO compilation panel.
Click the Write CD Dialog button.
You can download the software from the link below:
Choose "Printer Driver v5.4aA Windows XP, Windows 2000"
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