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  • 1. Installing Microsoft Windows XP
  • 2. Preparing to Install Windows XP Professional The hardware requirements Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) Computer's BIOS is compatible with Windows XP Professional (ACPI) ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) is an open industry specification co-developed by Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Microsoft, Phoenix, and Toshiba. Have Windows XP drivers Clean install and an upgrade which disk-partitioning scheme and file system
  • 3. File system data structure that translates the physical (sector) view of a disc into a logical (files, directories) structure, which helps both computers and users locate files. In other words, it records where files and directories are located on the disc. Default cluster size is 4kB FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, HPFS,ext2, XFS .
  • 4. Identifying Hardware Requirements CPU Memory Hard Disk Space 1.5 GB P233 MHz or Faster P233 MHz or Faster Networking Windows XP Windows XP Professional--64 MB Professional--64 MB Recommended 128 MB Recommended 128 MB Display HCL Accessories Other Drives
  • 5. Determining Disk Partition Options Create New Partition on Unpartitioned Hard Disk Create New Partition on Partitioned Hard Disk Install on Existing Partition Delete Existing Partition to Make Disk Space Available
  • 6. Selecting a File System Windows XP Windows 98 NTFS File- and Folder-Level File- and Folder-Level Security Security Disk Compression Disk Compression Disk Quotas Disk Quotas File Encryption File Encryption FAT/FAT32 Supports Dual Boot Supports Dual Boot Configurations Configurations No File-Level Security No File-Level Security
  • 7. Completing a Pre installation Checklist Use Supported Hardware Use Supported Hardware Verify That Hardware Meets Minimum Requirements Verify That Hardware Meets Minimum Requirements Verify 1.5 GB or More of Available Disk Space Verify 1.5 GB or More of Available Disk Space Select File System for the Windows XP Partition Select File System for the Windows XP Partition Determine Domain or Workgroup Name Determine Domain or Workgroup Name Language and Locale Language and Locale
  • 8. Step by Step Installation Process 1 Windows XP Professional
  • 9. Step by Step Installation Process 2 Windows XP Professional
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  • 42. Service Pack A Service Pack is an upgrade to Operating System or application software provided by the manufacturer to correct known bugs, security issues, or add new features. These are collection of service patches or patches for software versions that fixes the existing problem.
  • 43. Patch A patch is an actual piece of object code that is inserted into (patched into) an executable program. Also called a service patch, a fix to a program bug. Patches typically are available as downloads over the Internet
  • 44. Win XP Service Pack The latest Service Pack for Windows XP—Service Pack 2 (SP2)—is all about security, and it’s one of the most important service packs ever released. It provides better protection against viruses, hackers, and worms, and includes Windows Firewall, Popup Blocker for Internet Explorer, and the new Windows Security Center.

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