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XP installatin on a new hard drive

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I just got my hard drive replaced, which is a good news but bad thing always comes after. I tried to install windows xp home edition and everything went just fine but when it got into the setup where the setup is copying files to the windows installation folders, it takes me freaking long hours; now almost 6 hrs and the copying process is still running but at a freaking slow rate. So, im wondering what might the problem be, my hard drive or my cdrom causing this event? Pls, someone pls enlighten me who is gifted with low intelligence on computer stuff.
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