1. You need a bootable Xp, Vista or 98 CD.
2. Slot the CD into the CD drive as soon as you turn the system on.
3. Enter the boot sequence in the bios setup *** depending on your computer brand, you can enter the bios setup by pressing F2 that's for Dell and Compact is F10.
4. Once you set the system to boot from CD follow instructions on the screen.
Few Simple Steps to install window:
First:: You Should Have Bootable CD of (XP,98,Vista)
Second: Insert into CD/DVD Rom & Restart Your Computer.
Third: After restarting Window Setup will start and ask about simple settings and will install.
you must have a bootable CD windows.
1. insert the cd into the cd room
2. press the delete / F2 to enter the Bios. Then find the "first boot". change the first boot to the CD room. then exit and save.
3. follow the installation process etc.
Visit my hub about indows installation I hope this could be a great help. http://rhenop86.hubpages.com/hub/How-to … -beginners
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