The above should be sufficient to have you in business. For more advanced users, there are many programs available in the Windows® Update on the Web site at www.microsoft.com. You may install just what is required, or you may do a complete Windows XP Update. In either scenario, you will need to use the CD that you obtained from your last step.
Network and Internet Connection Manager is an application that allows Windows XP to be setup to automatically connect to the Internet, for example when you start Windows. You will need the CD that you obtained from your last step. You will need to insert the CD at boot time to make the Internet connection work. This should only be done once.
The installer updates the firmware of your USB port. It will recognize your USB port when you run the XP Setup Wizard. Either use an external USB floppy disk, or USB CD, or USB hard disk to install XP. You should be able to shut down, restart, or lock your computer. It will show you information such as the free space status on your hard drive, and the status of RAM and CPU. Softonic, Softonic, and Today CNET all offer installer-based setups. SoftoTornix, an online software download site, is expanding.
Next you need to decide what edition of Windows Vista was originally installed, as your product key will only activate the edition of Windows Vista that was originally on your system. However the bit type does not matter a product key will activate both the 32 Bit (x86) and 64 Bit (x64) versions of your Windows Vista edition. If you make a mistake with any types or editions of Windows® for your computer, customer services can change your products, for free, after your purchase. d2c66b5586