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Installing Window XP

CHS Training
December 26 30, 2013

Mrs. Ganjet C. Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Objectives
At the end of the demonstration, the participants are
expected to:
Understand system requirements and hardware settings.
Install Windows XP on a machine using the installation
CD.
Install hardware and corresponding drivers.
Understand the process partitioning.
Explore the system BIOS.
Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Introduction
Windows XP is the most successful member of the
Windows Operating System Family developed by Microsoft
Corporation. As of today, millions of computers worldwide
are still using this operating systems. With the newer
operating systems sprouting in the market, XP upholds its
influential power in shaping the ICT world.

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Checklist before we proceed


A functional PC that is able to meet the following
systems Requirement of XP.

An Intel Pentium/Celeron family or AMD K6/Athalon/Duron


family 233 MHz processor. (Recommended is 300MHz)
64 MB of RAM (Recommended is 128 MB)
At least 1.5 GB of hard disk space.

Windows XP Installation CD
Internet Connection (Optional)
Drivers and Utilities for Hardware (MoBo, Video Card,
etc.)
System and Tuning Utility Installers

LET US BEGIN!

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Exploring the System BIOS


Basic Input/Output System(BIOS),
also known asSystem BIOS,ROM
BIOSorPCBIOS
The BIOS software is built into thePC, and is
the first software run by a PC when powered
on.

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Exploring the System BIOS


The fundamental purposes of the BIOS are to
initialize and test the system hardware
components, and to load abootloaderor an
operating systemfrom a mass memory device.
The BIOS additionally provides abstraction layer
for the hardware, i.e. a consistent way for
application programs and operating systems to
interact with the keyboard, display, and other
input/output devices.
Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Begin the Installation


1.

Insert the Windows XP


CD and restart your
computer.

2. If prompted to start from


the CD, press
SPACEBAR or
ANY KEY.

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On the Welcome Page


3. On the Welcome to Setup page, press ENTER.

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

License Agreement
4. On the Licensing
Agreement page,
read the licensing
agreement. Then
press F8.

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Delete the existing partition


5. Press D, and then press L when prompted
to deletes your existing data.

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Partition Selection
6. Press ENTER to select Unpartitioned
space, which appears by default.

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Format the Partition


7.

Press ENTER
again to select
Format the
partition using
the NTFS file
system.

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Format the Partition


FAT File System and NTFS are file systems created for keeping track of files in
the hard disks. A FILE SYSTEM is a set of logical construct that dictate how
the space on a disk volume is to be utilized.
NTFS (New Technology File System) is more robust and effective simply
because of its advanced features and functionalities. The functionalities are
far more over-powering since it makes use of advanced data structures to
improve reliability, disk space utilization and over-all performance.
FAT comprises of overly simplistic data structures, hence making operations
more time consuming.
Note:
If there is more than one operating system on a single computer, it is better to
format some volumes as FAT 32.
If there is only Windows OS, NTFS is perfectly fine. Thus in a Windows
computer system NTFS is a better option.
Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Formatting
8. Windows XP format the hard drive and
then copies the setup files.

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Select Regional and Language Options


9. After select,
click NEXT.

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Personalize your Win XP


10. Type your name and your organization name,
click NEXT.

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Type in your Product Key


11.Find your
product
key from
the CD
case,
type in
and click
NEXT.
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Type in Computer Name


& Administrator password

12.After type in,


remember
to write the
password
down, click
NEXT.

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On the Date and Time Settings page


13.Set your
computers
clock. Then
select your
time zone,
click NEXT.

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Networking Settings
14.Select
Typical
Settings,
click NEXT.

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On the Workgroup
or Computer Domain page

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Display Settings

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Monitor Settings
17.Click OK if you can read the text.

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Welcome to Microsoft Windows page


18.Click NEXT

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Protect your PC
19.Click Help
protect
my PC by
turning on
Automatic
Updates
now. Click
Next
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Check the Internet Connection

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Check the Internet Connection Method

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Activate Windows
22.Click Yes, if you
are connected
to the Internet.
Otherwise,
Click No.

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Register with Microsoft


23.Click
YES to
register

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Collecting Registration Information


24.Complete
the form.
Then click
NEXT.

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Type in Users Name

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Complete the Installation

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Partitioning

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Partitioning 101
Disk Partitionsare logical sections or
volumes on the same hard disk or a
data storage device that act as
separatedisks
for
all
practical
purposes. Each of these partitions
maintains their own address tables
(orMaster File Table) and file system
information.
Each disk device needs to have at
leastone partition to be useable, but
it is very much possible to create
many different partitions.
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Partitioning 101
Before creating partitions, you need to take into
consideration some of the factors that affect why and how
you would create partitions.
Operating System (OS) considerations: Some operating
systems impose restrictionson the partitions that you can
have or need to have.
Overall Size of the disk:Make sure that the disk you are
partitioning have enough and more space in it.
The size of the individual partitions:Map out the size of
each individual partition that you want to have and make
sure that you allocate enough space to each of them. Plan
ahead of time for the scalability of the partitions.
Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP

Partitioning 101
Advantages of Multiple Disk Partitions
Faster disk access
Isolating Data Corruption
Logical separationof data

Disadvantages of Multiple Disk Partitions


Lower disk space
Slower speeds between partitions

Mrs. Ganjet Castillon | Installing Windows XP