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With a thorough backup in place, we undertake the first step in reinstalling Windows XP: booting from the Windows XP CD, ...
selecting to do a clean install of Windows and selecting a filesystem to use when formatting the hard drive.
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Hi, this is Michael Callahan, Doctor File Finder and welcome to part three for special Butterscotch.com 10-part series on reinstalling Windows XP. So now, on the last segment I talked to you about the importance of backing up all of your data from your programs. Making sure you have all your photos, music and other things, your bookmarks, your favorites, your desktop items so that you have all these things ready. So now that we’re ready, you have your reinstalled disk. Put that in your CD or DVD drive then go to start, turn off computer, the dialog comes up, click restart.
Our Windows is trying to restart but we have a disk in the CD, DVD drive. So when it encounters that disk it’s going to give you a prompt to press any key to boot from the CD. So when you see that, press the key and what we’ll see is the beginning of Windows setup, just loading files, checking things out. So it’s moving right along. In a short time here it will have loaded all the files that needs to. We’re getting close to being finish with the loading of files here. Now, you see we have the screen and it’s saying to us to setup Windows XP now, press enter. To repair Windows XP installation using recovery console, press R. We don’t want to do that. We don’t want to repair. We want to do a fresh, clean install. So we’re going to take and we’re going to press enter.
Now, we get the license agreement that we have to agree to and now we’re ready to agree to it, we press F8. So we’ve pressed F8 and now we detected our current installation of Windows XP. I’m not saying if it’s damage to repair it press R. We don’t want to repair it. We want to completely reinstall it. To continue installing, a fresh copy of Windows XP without repairing, press Escape. Here is where we’ll stop and we’ll continue on in part four.