After the installation of Windows XP Edition family, it won't connect to the internet via Ethernet or wireless. I am also unable to activate Windows.

just installed windows xp home edition on my laptop but it does not connect to the internet (both with a cable and wireless) and it also won't let me activate windows (cant conect to the Server Setup)

original title: windows xp is a pain
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