Windows XP disk

  stuhellen 17:07 12 May 05

I run a PC with Windows XP Home and want to do a clean install. I only have the restoration disk I got with my PC. Is there any way to order a Win XP disc without having to buy another licence?

  DieSse 17:12 12 May 05

"Is there any way to order a Win XP disc without having to buy another licence"


But I don't understand why you don't just use the restore disc ????

  Howard-173749 21:18 12 May 05

why not try xp pro much better then home version.
post your e-mail address for a privet chat OK

  Jak_1 21:25 12 May 05

hungryharry : Best way to be innundated with spam!

  DieSse 22:22 12 May 05

The site likes to encourage public chats - that's the way we all learn from each others experiences. Public advice, given in public.

  woodchip 23:21 12 May 05

Check in Windows Explorer in the Windows folder for a folder I386 right click it to see what size in Mb if the size is round about 450Mb then that is the XP setup and can be copied to disc there will be a setup file in it like Setup.exe

  Eastender 00:01 13 May 05

In the I386 folder the Winnt32.exe is the setup program used when you are in Windows. The Winnt.exe file is for DOS.

  Eastender 00:06 13 May 05

Those files appear in upper case in my I386 folder i.e WINNT32.EXE and WINNT.EXE

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