Install Windows XP on SATA Hard Disk – Part 3

This is the third post in the “How to Install Windows XP on SATA Hard Disk” series. Unless you have read the previous posts, please go to:
How to Install Windows XP on SATA Hard Disk Part 1
How to Install Windows XP on SATA Hard Disk Part 2
After you have setup the BIOS for installing Windows XP,

  1. Power on your computer
  2. Insert the Windows XP CD/DVD
  3. Proceed to install Windows XP

It should take approximately 40 minutes to complete installation.

Now, you are ready to furnish your Windows XP installation:

  1. First of all, install all the hardware drivers for your computer.
  2. Then install an Antivirus program.

After this you may install all the applications you had previously (which are compatible with Windows XP).
Don’t forget to update you Windows installation regularly!

Get the latest SATA driver for your computer if available. If you are unable to get it, there is no problem, but the graphics quality may not be so good.

Now you can do whatever you wanted to with Windows XP on your computer!

To learn how to Remove or Uninstall Windows XP please go to:
Remove or Uninstall Windows XP

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Samir Saurav Majhi
I'm a Generalist Researcher working on a Theory of Reality, Horticulturist, Blogger, Natural Systems Analyst, Amateur Architect and all around curious guy with deep interest in Buddhist Philosophy, Yoga, Holistic Medicine, Natural Mathematics, Homoeopathy, Reiki and a firm belief in Competitive Cooperation for Sustainable Existence.
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