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My computer doesn't have partitions on the hard drive and the existing install of Windows XP was corrupted.

I tried all of the possible solutions that I found. My last option is to install the folder of Windows XP in the same hard drive, but I don't know the procedure.

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Do you have the Windows XP installation CD? – iglvzx Dec 10 '11 at 8:57
Yes, ihave Window XP CD. – Ngorodinho Jan 5 '12 at 11:23

One Bing search later for "how to parallel install windows xp" and I get the following:

TechNet article for windows 2000 (which XP is based off of)

Random computer info page. Has good scrren caps:

Microsoft Support page on reinstalling windows. Lots of text, no pics:

Hope this helps

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