How to Install Windows XP - Part 2 - Step-by-Step Guide

I will continue to explain in very detailed steps about how to install Windows XP. This post is the second part of step by step guide to install Windows XP. You can read the previous part here: http://www.komku.org/2009/10/how-to-install-windows-xp-part-1-step.html


Step 15:
Press ENTER > select "Select the partition using the NTFS file system (Quick)" > and then press ENTER


Windows XP Setup

Windows XP Setup

Step 16: 
Setup is formatting....
Please wait....

Windows XP Setup
Step 17:
Setup is copying files...
Please wait...

Step 18:
Your computer will reboot in ** seconds....
Please wait or press ENTER

Step 19:
Do not press any key....

Step 20:
Please wait....

Step 21:
Regional and Language Options allow you to change the way numbers, dates, currencies and the time displayed. You can also add support for additional languages, and change your location setting.
The Standard and Formats setting is set to English (United States), and the locations is set to United States.
To change these settings, click Customize
Text Input Languages allow you to enter text in many different languages, using a variety of input methods and devices. Your default text input language and method is : US keyboard layout
To view or change your current configurations, click Details, and then click Next


Step 22:
Type your full name and the name of your company or organization and then click Next

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Step 23:
The 25-character Product Key appears on the yellow sticker on the back of your CD folder.
Type the product key > click Next

Windows XP Key
Step 24:
Setup has suggested a name for your computer. If your computer is on a network, your network administrator can tell you what name to use.
Type name for your computer > on Administrator password, just leave it blank > click Next

Step 25:
Choose whether to use typical or custom settings: Typical settings Creates network connections using Client for Microsoft Networks, File and Print Sharing for Microsoft, QoS Packet Scheduler, and the TCP/IP transport protocol with automatic addressing. Custom settings Allows you to manually configure networking components.
Now select "Typical settings" > click Next

Step 26:
Do you want this computer to be a member of a domain? (You may need to obtain this information from your network administrator.)

For now select "No, this computer is not on a network, or is on a network without a domain. Make this computer a member of the following workgroup: "


Type workgroup name > click Next

Step 27:
Please wait.... You do not need to do anything. Your computer will reboot...


And done.....



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