Mini Windows Xp Sp3
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Before you download or install Windows XP SP3, first check hard-disk spaceDepending on where you obtain Windows XP SP3, you will have to have a minimum amount of space free on the system disk.
Start your computer, and then log on as an administrator.Note Administrators have complete and unrestricted access to the operating system and to its settings. You can use the Administrator user name to log on, or you can use another account that is a member of the Administrators group. To determine the groups to which you belong, click Start, click Control Panel, and then click User Accounts. If you need help to verify that you are an administrator on the computer, click the following link to verify your operating environment:
The software you are installing has not passed Windows Logo testing to verify its compatibility with Windows XP. (Tell me why this testing is important.)This software will not be installed. Contact your system administrator.
Unclean File System MessageInstructions Path to SAM fileC:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SAMClick the(Re)open Button Change the Administrator PasswordInstructions Click on AdministratorClick the Change password Button Change PasswordInstructions New password:Supply New PasswordVerify:Re-enter New PasswordClick the OK Button Save ChangesInstructions Click the Save Changes buttonPress Enter. Shutdown HirensInstructions Start --> Restart Restart WindowsInstructions Select Restart from the down drop menuClick OK Section 6: Proof of Lab Logging into Damn Vulnerable WXP-SP2. Instructions: Username: administrator Password: Use the new password Click the OK Button Open a Command PromptInstructions Start --> All Programs --> Accessories --> Command Prompt Proof of LabInstructions:net user administrator | findstr "last"date /techo "Your Name"Replace the string "Your Name" with your actual name.e.g., echo "John Gray"Proof of Lab Instructions:Do a PrtScnPaste into a word documentUpload to Moodle Power Off MachineInstructions:shutdown -s -t 0 Section 7: Configuring your original VMware back to play Windows XP Edit Virtual Machine SettingsInstructions Select Damn Vulnerable WXP-SP2Select Edit Virtual machine settings Configure CD/DVD (IDE) SettingsInstructions Select CD/DVD (IDE)Select the Use physical drive: Radio ButtonSelect Auto detectClick on the Options Tab Configure Operating System SettingsInstructions Select GeneralGuest operating system: Microsoft WindowsVersion: Windows XP ProfessionalClick on the OK Button Help ComputerSecurityStudent pay for continued research, resources & bandwidth
What do Linux and Mac users have to do? Install Windows in a virtual machine and run RDP in there. This is a good solution but with a drawback. A virtual machine hosting standard Windows usually takes a few gigabytes minimum and boots considerably slow.
It used to be that an application crash (unhandled exception) would create a mini dump in the %TEMP% folder on an XP machine, but it looks like Microsoft has changed this logic - maybe with an update.
next i went manually setting up as you mentioned above and everything was a OK, USB booted the machine to Windows setup and up until the Partition part. I see 2 partitions of which one can be deleted and repartitioned however the other one which comes up as either D or E is an NTFS about 30 GB and cant be touched by windows setup since it says its a system partition and needs it for files to copied later on for setup to complete, the USB drive comes listed separately so i m confused why.
the other problem is if i select the other partition to setup windows it goes until formatting is done and the point at which setup starts copying files it gives back an error that setup can not copy files _default.pif with only opton to quit to setup.
Just to let you all know for people who maybe having problems installing xp from usb there is a simple solution. I had tried every possible way to install xp on my netbook from usb and every way gave me a BSOD error. By then i pretty much gave up and stuck with windows 7. Then one day i sat down and tried again. Using wintoflash i put xp onto the usb booted up and same again BSOD so of i went into the bios to take a look at some settings. I then changed the sata setting from AHCI to IDE and bang it worked straight away and i now have xp on my netbook. I never looked in the bios before as usualy netbooks/laptops have very limited option in there but this litte tweak did the trick.
Well a nice post with simple guidelines, but you can make this more easily by using a tool called WinSetupUSB, you can visit -to-make-multiboot-usb-with-windows-7-xp-livexp-and-linux/ for more detail and full walkabout and video guideline. This article also describe how to make windows seven/xp and live xp multiboot usb disk.
Just tried re-installing xp on my mininote to sell it and have come accross a strange problem. Its gets to the point of loading files to copy after formatting and says bootvid.dll missing, even skipping this more files come up saying missing. Im using the same disk i used to install it the first time and that went ok. I even used another USB disk that i used to install xp on another mininote. I opened both disks on a windows 7 laptop and dll files show as .dl_ ? 1 or 2 show as .dll though? Dont understand this? Any ideas?
I have no boot menu on my laptop. And installation Windows 7 DVD was scratched. What i did was: 1) download windows 7 installation ISO; 2) unpack it on flash drive; 3) boot from any installation CD/DVD (just to get close to command promt); 4) format c:; 5) copy contents of flash drive to c:; (xcopy f:*.* c:); 6) reboot. The PC will boot from c: as it was some DVD and will actually install Windows on itself.
Tnx for the tutorial on preparing the usb stick..but when i had ti install the OS in my HP mini, it cant show the usb device when i tapped the F9..it only shows two options, the notebook harddrive and network ethernet..but i have tried my bootable usb on my desktop and it works.Someone can help me about this?Tnx
I tried to do something similar on a P3 VAIO sub-notebook. It did not have the option to boot from USB. Is your method here just for the HP mini note, or is there a means to get an older machine to boot from USB by something on the USB?
Just wanted to say thanks for this! Was cursing HP, SUSE Enterprise and all their ancestors when my mini note first arrived, but now have it all set up and working with XP and can start enjoying the thing!
is it okay to use windows service pack 3 for usb flashdrive installer? because im having a problem when im already installing windows xp in my mini-note. when im on the setup, the xp installer cannot detect the hard drive of my mini-note.
Hi everyone who has plobelms with the application and booting from the usb stick i currently have an hp mini note and i have used this application to install xp onto my eee pc with linux as defalt and it works great for those who has ploblems go to this website which has more detailed information [hi brad i am not stealing your traffic i just want them to know more about this application and please dont delete the link thanks also there are pictures for the xp to usb coping method]
Apple's web site reports your Mac can only run 32 bit XP, Vista and Windows 7. This probably is not true. You have a 2.0 GHZ Core 2 Duo 2.0 processor. I am writing this answer on a 2007 iMac with a 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo processor. The operating systems is Windows 10 Pro 64 bit. Apple is not entirely wrong. The Boot Camp Assistant will not let you install the newer Windows operating systems, but you don't have to use the Boot Camp Assistant. I guess your complaint is the Boot Camp Assistant version that comes with El Captain OS X 10.11 will not let you install the older XP operating system. Again, the Boot Camp Assistant is just an assistant used to make windows easier to install. It does not have to be used. 2b1af7f3a8