Install Windows Xp Home Edition

PART 1

To begin insert your Windows XP Home CD and reboot you computer. Setup will boot automatically and then inspect your computer hardware and configuration.

Setup now prepares your computer for install.

From this menu press “ENTER” to begin the install.

Windows XP License agreement, read, and if you agree press “F8” to continue, press “ESC” if you disagree. If you disagree setup will finish.

PART 2

Now you have to select where to install XP. Press “ENTER” to confirm the partition you want to install into.

Now you need to format the hard drive, NTFS is recommended, but you can also use FAT32. Make your decision using the arrow keys and press enter.

The hard drive will now format.

PART 3

and then setup will begin to copy files.

Setup now initialises the Windows XP configuration.

It is now time to restart Windows XP, press “ENTER” to speed up process, otherwise Windows will do it itself in 15 seconds.

Boot will recognize that the XP CD is in the drive, DO NOT press any keys, let setup bypass the CD boot.

Windows is now booting.

PART 4

The install process continues.

Now your regional and language options. Your mouse should now be active, so click on “CUSTOMIZE”.

Now select your Standards and Formats, plus your location, then click “OK”.

Now click on “DETAILS”.

Next select your default language, click “OK” when done.

Now that you have made all necessary changes click on “NEXT”.

PART 5

Now it is time to personalize Windows. File in your name and if you wish you can also file in the Organization section. Click “NEXT” when ready.

Now it is time for your product key. The product key will be on the packaging that XP was supplied with. It is 25 digits long. Some OEM computers will have a sticker on the side or back with your product key. Input the key and press “NEXT”.

Now select your computer name and your admin password. Confirm the Admin password and press “NEXT”.

Date and Time settings are next, change as need be, then press “NEXT”.

Windows will then continue installing.

PART 6

If a network card has been detected then you will get the following menu. Select “TYPICAL SETTINGS” and press next. This configured later in Windows.

More network configuration, change workgroup name if need be and click  “NEXT”.

Windows will continue installing.

Windows install will now finalize.

It is now time to restart Windows XP again, press “ENTER” to speed up process, otherwise Windows will do it itself in 15 seconds.

Boot will recognize that the XP CD is in the drive, DO NOT press any keys, let setup bypass the CD boot.

Windows will continue loading.

PART 7

Windows will now adjust your resolution, click “OK” to continue.

If you are happy with the changes, click “OK” otherwise press “Cancel” to return to the old settings

“Welcome to Microsoft Windows” screen now appears, press “Next” to continue.

Internet connection option is next. If your computer connects to a home network or directly using the network card, or is on a network then select “Yes”, otherwise select “No”.

PART 8

Activate Windows option appears next, we recommend that you select “No, remind me every few days”, that will allow you to make sure everything is correct and running OK before you use up one of your activate attempts. It also allows you to setup your security options and internet connection correctly. Click “Next to continue”

Windows now thanks you, click “Finish” to continue.

Finally setup the users for the computer, you must fill in option beside “Your name” the other four users are optional. Click “Next” once you have finished to continue.

Windows will now apply your settings…

Now Windows “WELCOME” screen.

and finally the Windows XP Desktop. Windows is now installed.

If you are lucky you will have no drivers to install, but chances are the next step will be to install them. Check out device manager for unknown devices, likely items are Network Cards, Sound Cards, Printers, Scanners, Graphics Cards, Digital Cameras, plus  any other item you have.

Also consider installing anti-virus software, spyware software and possibly a 3rd party Firewall.

THE END

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