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First time trying to do a full clean Windows setup (need your help =D)


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IcyShards

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Hey people, i surprisingly found a legal copy of Windows XP SP2 and i just started right away trying to set up because of excitement until...Im trying to figure out which BIOS settings i need to set to make booting CD start because when i press any key to start it just starts up my computer :) as it usually does without starting a setup. *I press (p) PEX whenever the screen shows SHIFT-TAB. My current boot sequency is the following-1st Boot Device= IDE-0: WDC WD1600JB-22GVA0, 2nd Boot Device= IDE-1: WDC WD1200JB-00GVA0 and 3rd Boot Device= CD-DVD: HL-GDT-ST DVDRAM SA 4165B. Your aid would be something so great for me that i would wish you have a happy life =) :)

Edited by IcyShards, 15 June 2009 - 02:53 PM.

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rshaffer61

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This is still related to your original post HERE

Edited by rshaffer61, 15 June 2009 - 03:01 PM.

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This is still related to your original posts HERE


No because i found a legal Windows Setup box somewhere in my desk office and i now i can follow the Terms of USe =)
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This is still related to your original posts HERE


No because i found a legal Windows Setup box somewhere in my desk office and i now i can follow the Terms of USe =)

Not Necessary, as the purpose still the same. We cant help you circumvent Microsoft End User Agreement.
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