And if that was a 320GB drive XP has that nasty 127GB size limit so you can research how to get around that.
My advice is to save yourself all the headaches and use the restore media instead.
I Have an E-machine bought approximately 2004. It had Windows XP Home on it. It has been hacked so I clean slate the hard drive and putting Windows XP pro SP 2 back on it. It installs all but about 5 minutes and then it tells me deleting unused files and restarts bringing up a blue screen saying check Hard drive for viruses I check 3 different hard drives and all coming up the same so I'm pretty sure there is another issue not that it has a virus. Does any one have an idea?
Here what the system has in it.
2 GB Ram
320MB Hard drive
Question: Do I need to get a Windows XP soft ware with no SP on it to install and manually install SP2 after it down loads?
Thank you for who responds to this, Jeffery