Install Windows XP without VGA Console


D

Duvvuri

I have an Intel MotherBoard without VGA Adaptor and hence I cannot plug in
Console. I need help in Installing Windows XP on this Motherboard. There is
provision for Serial Connectivity and hence Serial Console can be hooked up.
Any suggestions on how I should go about installing Windows XP on this
motherboard ?

Thanx
 
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S

smlunatick

I have an Intel MotherBoard without VGA Adaptor and hence I cannot plug in
Console. I need help in Installing Windows XP on this Motherboard. There is
provision for Serial Connectivity and hence Serial Console can be hooked up.
Any suggestions on how I should go about installing Windows XP on this
motherboard ?

Thanx
Standard XP needs a VGA adapter. You can normally add a video card
separately from the motherboard. These will use PCI-Express (new),
VGA (older) or PCI (oldest) slot.

If you can not add a video card to this motherboard, you can not use
standard XP but might be able to use "embedded" XP. Embedded XP is an
unique version of Windows for specialized device only motherboards.
 

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