You are NOT annoying me in the slightest. I NEVER get annoyed by anyone asking questions.
As you see on my signature notes
Please query any of my advice that you are not entirely happy with, or if you require further confirmation of how to proceed.
The link that my colleague has provided you with in his post 13 is the same link as I provided you with in my Post 2 - the recovery console disc image.
Firstly in my opinion it will be far easier if you just tell me what problem you are trying to SOLVE.
The installation CD that came with the computer if there was one, MAY include the recovery console.
If the computer does not have an optical drive ie: it is a netbook then just tell us that and we can move forward.
The answer to this is we do NOT know what reason you are asking the question for - if we did I feel certain we can help.
rshaffer61 has explained the situation re his suggestion that a certain Malware analysis tool includes the recovery console, but it is not as my colleague will confirm, normally a utility that is LEFT on the computer.
ADDITIONALLY from the Microsoft document of how to install from the CD - if you have XP setup in a certain way, then it is possible to use the command from Microsoft
that d:\ refers in this instance to the CD drive.
If you have the i386 folder on the computer depending on how that was installed when Xp was installed then that command can be changed to :
and if it is available that will also install it as a boot option.