Updating windows xp cd
Also make sure your PC’s processor is compatible with Windows 8 to avoid receiving “Your PC’s CPU isn’t compatible with Windows 8” error during installation.
Procedure: Step 1: Switch on your PC and boot into Windows XP.
Step 9: Once the installation is done, you will see the Personalize screen where you pick color for the Start screen background, and tiles.
You can change select a different color after completing the upgrade process.
So far, this sounds like the official Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) that Microsoft offers, but Offline WSUS has another trick up its sleeve: After you’ve downloaded all the applicable updates, you can create a virtual CD/DVD (*file) per product, per architecture (x86 / x64) and/or per language.
Version 9.1 of Offline WSUS was released on April 4th, 2014 and is the last version of Offline WSUS.
The product key should be with the box the DVD came in or on your email receipt.
Step 6: On the next screen, select I accept the license terms and click Accept button to continue.
Step 4: On the first screen, you will see two options: Go online to install updates now (recommended), No, thanks option.
This, of course, is not the best of ideas: Every security expert has warned against connecting Windows XP boxes to the internet or your corporate network after April 8th…
Straight from my toolbox comes a tool that helps you with this task: WSUS Offline is an unofficial program, that you can use to update Windows installations for situations with no and low-speed Internet connectivity.
Microsoft has already announced that Windows XP users will be able to upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for just .99 till January 31st, 2013.
If you have downloaded ISO file from your MSDN or Tech Net account and not sure how to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 8, complete the below mentioned steps to upgrade your existing XP installation to Windows 8.