Unable to install Windows XP on a Nettop Foxconn... Help, please

Buy Foxconn Nettop (nT - 1000 series i) with 60 Gig Solid State Drive computer.  Have also again Windows XP SP2 install disk (old but never used and clean).  Need to run applications that only run on XP.  Unfortunately, XP disk is not being seen.  Could load Linux but need to XP.

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1. is the Windows XP disc retail or OEM?

If you bought the disc for sale retail Windows XP from Microsoft, contact the Microsoft Supplemental Parts team.

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/326246

If you have the Windows XP through the computer manufacturer, contact the manufacturer of respective computers for Windows XP disc.

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