VirtualBox Image Windows XP SP3 Download Pc !EXCLUSIVE!
You can avoid downloading the correct ISO file, doing every installation step (Unfortunately, the Windows XP installations take a longer time) and additional steps by using this pre-installed image.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[580,400],'sysprobs_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_4',105,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-sysprobs_com-medrectangle-3-0');You may have unique reasons to have Windows XP on VirtualBox with Windows 11. It could be something you need to check the old legacy applications, play games that support only Windows XP, or open a file that can work only on Win XP. Using Windows XP as a VirtualBox pre-installed image (VDI file) will be handy in any of the above cases.
VirtualBox Image Windows XP SP3 download pc
1) Make sure you have the latest Oracle VirtualBox application. It is a desktop virtualization software you can download from the official website here.2) Download the XP preinstalled image from our website here.3) You need to have the 7-Zip program to extract this file. You can download 7-Zip from their website here.
4) After the pre-installed image is downloaded, extract it using the 7-Zip program.5) Open VirtualBox and create a new VM.6) Give a name for VM and select the version as Windows XP (32bit).
The first step towards the Virtual installation is to get an ISO image of this old operating system. As I mentioned above that it is free and avail by Microsoft itself officially along with License key. Thus, use this link which will open the page of Archive.org, where click on the ISO image link given on the right side under the Download section, this will allow you to download Windows XP Professional SP3 x86 ISO image. Just on the same page, the free but official professional key for the same will have been given. Copy that and jot down somewhere like NotePad.
Select the created VirtualMachine and click on the Settings button given on the top menu of VBox. From Settings -> click on the Storage-> Empty CD icon under storage device-> again on CD icon of Attributes and then Choose Virtual Optical Disk File.An explorer will open select the downloaded Windows XP ISO image.
If you want to upgrade to SP2 after installing the Service Pack 1 (SP1) version of Windows XP on the guest machine, download the ISO image from the table at the bottom of the article and follow the steps below.
1) Click HERE to download a copy of the Windows XP disk image file (ISO) from a trusted website such as the internet archive (archive.org)2) Open Oracle VM VirtualBox and create a new windows xp virtual machine3) Power on the virtual machine and install Windows XP using the ISO file4) Once installation is complete, shutdown the virtual machine, detach the Windows XP ISO file and power on the Windows XP VM.