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For this reason, I had to go ahead and install SP2 and SP3 in order to access the internet and perform the activation.1.I have not used the diagnostic tool at the web site linke which you included in your message. Since there are similar, but somewhat different problems which have occurred on my friend's Compaq and my Dell, To keep them separate, my friend's XP disk for his Compaq is the "Home" version and mine, for my Dell, is the "Professional" version.Attempts to get advice over the internet have provided no solutions.
It also had a link to the Microsoft web site, supposedly for help (sic), where it steered you to a page to purchase Windows 7.
When my friend's Compaq computer became so corrupted as to make it unusable, I re-installed Win XP but was then not able to activate it either over the internet or by using the "telephone" method.
The XP installation disk had been purchased and used to initially install Windows XP several years ago when it had been purchased to replace the Windows Vista OS that originally came with his computer and used again a couple of years later for a "re-install" when he was again having problems.
As previously mentioned, my friend's Presario originally came new with Windows Vista installed but, after experiencing many problems with Vista, he bought the XP disk to replace the Vista OS installation.
As also mentioned, there had been the original XP "install" on his Presario and one later "re-install" using this disk and without any problems in validating or activating the installation.
My computers are on a wireless home network and to access the internet (for the purpose of activation), the connection between the computer and the wirless router has to first be "set up".