While trying to install windows xp on my computer, it displays the search for previous versions of windows and then locks the system.

XP installation problem

while trying to install windows xp on my computer (processor i3), she shows looking for previous versions of windows and then crashes the system. So please give me a solution
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Hi deva_reddy,

Looks like you are trying to do a repair of windows xp installation.

You use a windows installation cd?

Refer to the link below for the procedure to install windows XP using different methods.

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/978307

Hope the helpfu.

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