Microsoft does not supply drivers. These are up to you to find. As to the boot menu, that's easy to fix. Research BOOT.INI on google.com
The drivers can be hard to find. As an example of the 10 or more drivers read http://forums.cnet.com/5208-7587_102-0.html?forumID=69&threadID=271360&messageID=2699006#2699006
I recently installed a new copy of windows xp professional, my laptop had xp home, i formatted the drive, but whenever i boot up the machine, it gives a dual boot up option for either os, when i click home it either did noting or it took me to xp pro, all of the sadden the laptop became very slow and it freezes constantly.
what could I have done wrong, or what did I have to do prior to the installation.
any help will greatly appreciated.