From what i have read of your other thread it seems that even a format doe not help to install windows. That is the reason for thinking that writing zero's to the drive may help. There is something stopping windows from fully loading. It may be a bad file or sector on the drive that formatting is missing. A couple of times i have wrote zero's to a drive and then been able to install XP from the CD. On these computers( 2 of them) a format would still not let me install from the CD.
I mention the 6 floppy disk set as the last resort to install windows. I had a Athlon 2600 computer i built that had a Bioster N7ncd pro motherboard that i just could not get XP to install from the cd. I tried at least a dozen times, formatting between, and trying different methods( including writing zero's to the drive. It just would not install. I read on a forum to try installing from the 6 floppy disk set so i downloaded the execute file that you use to make the floppy disks with and when i ran them i was able to install XP from the CD finally. The exe files to make the floppy disk set is here.http://support.micro...b;en-us;Q310994
You must choose the correct one from the three, thatis for your version of XP. Original release, SP1, or SP2 are the choices.