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Before installing Windows XP, you must determine whether the computer meets the minimum hardware requirements for the installation. The hardware requirements for Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home Edition are as follows:
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CPU Windows XP requires a 233-megahertz (MHz) Intel Pentium II/Celeron or AMD-compatible processor, although a 300-MHz processor (or faster) is strongly recommended. Windows XP Professional supports up to two processors. Memory Windows XP requires a minimum of 64 MB of random access memory (RAM), although 128 MB or more is recommended. Generally, the more memory a computer running Windows XP has, the better the performance. Windows XP supports a maximum of 4 gigabytes (GB) of RAM.
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Hard disk space Windows XP requires 1.5 GB of free space for installation. However, you may need additional disk space, depending on the applications and features you choose to install. Display Windows XP requires a Super Video Graphics Array (SVGA) compatible or better display adapter, with a monitor resolution of 800 x 600 dots per inch (dpi). Input devices The computer must have a keyboard and a Microsoft Mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse, or other pointing device. CD-ROM The computer must have a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive if you will be performing Setup from CD-ROM. Floppy disk drive The computer must have a high-density 3.5-inch drive if you perform Setup across the network using a network client or boot disk or if your computer does not support booting with the Windows XP installation CD. Network adapter card The computer must have a network adapter card appro priate for your network if you perform Setup from a network installation point.
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Exam Tip You should memorize the basic hardware requirements especially the amount of CPU, RAM, and hard disk space and be able to determine if a computer with certain specifications can run Windows XP.
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Microsoft maintains the Windows Catalog, which lists devices that Microsoft has tested and supports for use with Windows XP. If a device in the computer is not listed in the catalog, Microsoft does not support it. However, you can contact the device s manufac turer to determine whether the manufacturer provides drivers and support for the device under Windows XP. You should be aware that even if the manufacturer supports the device, there is no guarantee that it will function correctly with Windows XP. You can find the Windows Catalog at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/catalog.
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A computer s basic input/output system (BIOS) is a set of basic software routines that resides in a special area of permanent memory on a computer. When you turn on a computer, BIOS tests and initializes the computer s hardware, and then starts the operating system. If a computer has an outdated BIOS, it can often cause problems with disk partitioning, power management, peripheral configuration, and Windows installation.
Lesson 1
Installing Windows XP
Before you install Windows XP, you should check with the manufacturer of the computer (or of the computer s motherboard) to determine whether the BIOS supports Windows XP. You may need to download and apply a BIOS update prior to installation.
Understanding Installation Types
You can install Windows XP using three types of installation. The type of installation you choose greatly affects the decisions you will make during installation. The three types of installations that are available in Windows XP are the following:
Clean installation A clean installation is one in which there is no existing oper ating system on the computer or one in which you do not want to preserve the existing installation. You will always perform a clean installation on a computer on which an operating system is not already installed. The biggest advantage of performing a clean installation is that you can be certain that nothing is carried over from a previous installation, which usually results in somewhat better perfor mance and stability. The only real disadvantage of performing a clean installation over an upgrade is that you will have to reinstall all your applications and recon figure your Windows settings. However, even that disadvantage presents you with the opportunity to clean house, as it were.
It is possible to perform a clean installation on a computer that is already running a previous version of Windows. In this case, Windows Setup leaves the existing data on the hard drive intact (including application folders, document folders, and so on) and installs Win dows XP into its own folder. However, you still cannot use the existing applications until you reinstall them. The only advantage of performing this kind of clean installation is if you do not have a way to back up the data on your hard disk prior to installation.
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