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Trying again for help

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For some reason a similar topic I posted was deleted.

I'm trying to create a boot disc for my new laptop which is not letting me into Windows. My laptop did NOT come with a boot disc...only a recovery CD.

I've downloaded, to my old computer, a WinXP Home Edition RAR file

Is there some way, upon extraction, to know if I downloaded the correct version -- SP1 that is.

Please let me know. Someone tried to answer my question earlier, but he wasn't quite getting what I was asking. If this isn't clear, please just tell me why, and i will try to clarify further.
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sorry i cant help but i will get moderater for you
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This topic is being closed, as well. As stated in the other one, we cannot help you in using an illegally obtained copy of Windows.

Thank you.
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