I don't know what that means but here is how one repairs win xp.

Repair Install
A Repair Install will replace the system files with the files from the XP CD that is used for the Repair Install. It will leave your applications and settings intact. Windows updates will need to be reapplied. SP2 will also need to be re-applied if you are using an SP1 OS/CD.
Factory supplied Restore Disks will not work to do a Repair Install.

If possible, Before doing the rapair install copy the wpa.dbl file to a floppy and after the repair copy/paste the file to the C:\windows\system32 folder, This will save doing a re-activation of the OS. ( only if no Major Hardware changes are made.)

1=Set BIOS to boot from the CD/ROM as first boot device, With OS/CD in the drive restart the computer.

2=When the prompt to "Press any key to boot from CD/ROM appears (Do so now as you have only seconds).(Ignore when prompt appears on any reboot)

3=Windows setup, Loads files.

4=You will see Windows XP home or Pro setup.

5=To setup windows press "Enter."

6=Press F8 to accept license.

7=To repair selected Windows Installation press "R."

8=Copies files to the Hard drive.

9=Computer will Re-Boot

10=follow the on-screen instructions..

11=Enter the "product Key"

12=The computer will re-boot again during the install, do not use "the press any key" command at the prompt or you get to do it all over again.

13=Follow on screen instructions.