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Installing Win2000 or NT4 on XP

I need help.

My old pc is very messed up.

I now wanna install w2k or nt4 bec i have the cds of them

Now is Xp installed

How i install one of the os's ,

Xp wobt let me install them and says "restart pc and boot from your OS install cd"

I tried that. It wont get booted at w2k ir nt4

Can anypne help me?

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What is your goal? You can't install NT4 or 2000 on top of Windows XP. You'd need to wipe the drive and install Windows. 

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That qas my goal :////

Is there any way to reinstsll win xp then without a recovery cd fron oem manufacturer?

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19 hours ago, Kerbwin98 said:

That qas my goal :////

Is there any way to reinstsll win xp then without a recovery cd fron oem manufacturer?

You need installer CD regardless. Doesn't have to be from OEM, it can be just same version otherwise.

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The Windows XP Normal installation cd works to reinstall windows xp 

Properly?

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23 hours ago, Kerbwin98 said:

The Windows XP Normal installation cd works to reinstall windows xp 

Properly?

It should. Though I don't remember if I've done that with XP. I have done it with Vista.

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