Question by  Gr8Turk (22)

What is my windows xp boot device?

I need to reboot my windows xp and have no idea how.


Answer by  markochiguegmailcom (514)

The default Windows XP (tm) boot device is usually the hard drive partition on which the XP operating system was initially installed.


Answer by  Martha9999 (84)

To reboot simply means to restart. Click the start button and click "Turn off computer". Select the restart option. That's a reboot. Your boot device is the first hard drive, CD, DVD or other memory device that is accessed when you start or re-start your computer, which contains instructions the computer understands and processes, such as starting XP.


Answer by  windows (33)

windows xp boot device is CD-ROM. In the windows setup select the boot device priority from the boot menu and select CD-ROM as the first boot device. After that insert the windows xp cd into your cd drive and reboot your system.


Answer by  mooman2679 (1018)

Well "Reboot" means to just restart. If you need a boot disc, you'll need to search the internet for "Windows XP Boot Disks"


Answer by  LisaLisa (122)

This is typically your internal Hard disk. The machines internal setup can also make your CDROM,floppy disk or USB boot as well. All newer machines are setup to boot in a "Boot Order" first the CD, then the USB, then the Hard disk. The machine should boot regardless... unless the boot devices have no data or media installed.


Answer by  Antony (169)

You can change the bootable devices in BIOS setup by tapping the DEL key while turn on your computer or you can boot with a XP bootable CD.

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