Windows XP SP1 Setup Disks

Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 1 Utility: Setup Disks for Floppy Boot Install

The Windows XP startup disk allows computers without a bootable CD-ROM to perform a new installation of the operating system. The Windows XP startup disk will automatically load the correct drivers to gain access to the CD-ROM drive and start a new installation of Setup. You cannot upgrade from a Windows XP startup disk.

Related: What are the differences between Windows XP SP1 and Windows XP XP1a?

Windows XP Home Edition startup disks will not work for Windows XP Professional installations and vice-versa.

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  • Version - SP1
  • Release Date - 9 Sep 2002
  • Estimated Download Size/Time @28.8 - 4,302 kb / 21min

System Requirements

Any x86 compatible system that meets the requirements for installing Microsoft Windows XP Professional.

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

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winxpsp1_en_pro_bf.exe - 4,302 Kb

IMPORTANT DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS

Select "Save this Program to Disk" to copy the download to your machine for installation at a later time.

Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 1 Utility: Setup Disks for Floppy Boot Install

The Windows XP startup disk allows computers without a bootable CD-ROM to perform a new installation of the operating system. The Windows XP startup disk will automatically load the correct drivers to gain access to the CD-ROM drive and start a new installation of Setup. You cannot upgrade from a Windows XP startup disk.

Windows XP Home Edition startup disks will not work for Windows XP Professional installations and vice-versa.

System Requirements

Any x86 compatible system that meets the requirements for installing Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition.

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

Download Now

winxpsp1_en_hom_bf.exe - 4,301 Kb

IMPORTANT DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS

Select "Save this Program to Disk" to copy the download to your machine for installation at a later time.

 

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