Friday, December 12, 2008

How to Install Windows XP

There are many ways to install Windows XP on the work station. If you install the hard disk format, and then boot the computer through a CD-ROM, this is called a clean install. You need to run a clean install if: 
  »Computers you use Windows 3.0, Windows 3:11, Windows 95 and Windows 3:51 
  »Computers you do not use products from Microsoft 
  »Computer you still do not have the operating system 
  Let me start by running the Windows XP installation from a CD. I will take your computer does not have any operating system on it. 
  1. Reboot your PC and insert the CD-ROM Windows XP Professional to the plate. You must first hand so that you can boot the system via the CD-ROM. 
  2. After the computer's finished running, the setup routine for Windows XP will begin. See Diagram below the following: 

Prefix program shows the process of copying the files that are required by Windows XP. During this process started, the setup program will run Windows XP (minimum version) before it can launch the setup program. Specifically, the current Windows will load pemacu (drivers) for certain uses of the hardware. 

  3. Once the setup program is complete load all the files pemacu necessary, you can see a list schedule for the partition of your system. See Diagram below: 

Diagram shows up in your system still does not have a partition. To create a partition, you can use this utility. NOTE: If you already have a system partition, you can remove the partition and replace it with a new partition. 
  To remove the partition, press a button D. To create a partition, press a button C. 
  4. If you choose to create a new partition, you will take to display the following. 

Diagram shows the display above the Partition. You are given the option to put a size that you want to partition created. If you do not understand the meaning of partition, I suggest you use the overall size of the partition is maximized, press a button to enter to the next rank. NOTE: Remember that Windows XP requires a hard disk size of at least 1.5GB. 
  5. Then, you will be asked for the format of your new partition. There are several options which is NTFS format (Quick), FAT (Quick), NTFS and FAT. Select the desired type of format and press Enter button to go to the next rank. 

6. After you select the type of format, the setup program will launch the format in the partition that created. Depending on the size and type of partition file system is selected, this process will take between 1 and 10 minutes to complete. 

Diagram shows the process of formatting the partition. 
  7. Windows XP will then launch the process of copying files from the source of the Windows XP CD into the new partition. This process will take several minutes. 

Diagram the process of copying the files into the Windows hard disk. 
  8. After copying the files of Windows, the system will reboot. Once completed reboot your computer, the setup program will switch to a GUI mode, the current system will identify and install the hardware in your PC. In this process will also cause your screen blinks for some time because the system seeks to identify the type of video card that is being used. 

9. Back in GUI mode, you will be asked to review the Regional and Language settings. You also need to enter the Product Key for Windows XP. Key Product numbers can be found in the Windows XP CD labels. 

10. Click Next. On the next shelf, enter a computer name and password Administrator. Click the Next button, and then on the display, select the Time Zone for your area. 
  11. In the next step, you will set the configuration in the Network Settings, there are two options given: Typical and Custom. If you choose Typical settings, your system will be paired with the following components: 
  - Client for Microsoft Networks 
  - QoS Packet scheduler 
  - File and Print Sharing for Microsoft Networks 
  - TCP / IP, DHCP configured for 
  If you choose Custom settings, you will be given the opportunity to add network configuration and set manually. You do not need to worry about this, if you make a mistake in the configuration, you can still change it later. 

Diagram shows the configuration in the Network Settings. 
  12. Next, you need to specify the type of network you want to be accompanied, as there WorkGroup or Domain. If you choose to join the domain, you will be asked to enter information username and password to confirm your identity. Then click the Next button. 

Diagram shows the display to select WorkGroup or Domain. 
  13. Now you can let your system menyalinkan files that are required. During the process of copying this, your system will install the program in the Start Menu, to register and cast components of the Windows files from the Temporary folder. 

14. When the setup process is almost ready, you will make the system upgrade and reboot. If everything is in good condition, your system will continue to load Windows XP Professional, and you may be using your new operating system. Make the installation of software third-party software programs such as utility, officials of software, Internet applications as soon as you enter the successful Windows XP desktop.

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