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setup boot error cant getby it

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Hi, I am currently trying to install Windows XP Professional 32-bit on a home desktop. While installing it gets past the windows xp boot screen, but immediately after it shows "Setup is being restarted............." then to another blue screen with an error window saying

Error - file not found
C:\WINDOWS\system32\presetup.cmd - FILE NOT FOUOND !
C:\WINDOWS|system32\setupORG.exe - FILE NOT FOUOND ! (setupORG.exe -> Original windows setup.exe)
1. "Presetup.cmd" not exist in the i386 folder on UXPCD
"setupORG.exe" not exist in the i386 folder on UXPCD
2. Check your "Txtsetup.sif" in the i386 folder on UXPCD
--- Txtsetup.sif: -------------------------------
setupORG.exe = 1,,,,,,,2,0,0; must exist
presetup.cmd = 1,,,,,,,,2,0,0; must exist

CD in the disk drive and try to boot from CD Drive but it does not work, and I have no other way on how to fix this problem. HELP NEEDED PLEASE!!!! THANKS
i wana know how to by[pass without using usb or cd iv tried installing other cds i have
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