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I want to format my old DELL (C: drive)  and put XP home edition. Is F5 for Bio. I want it to boot from CD drive. Need a little help. Thank you in advance.
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Try and Tap F12 for a boot menu and del for BIOS. It should tell you which one is for the BIOS if you reboot the machine.

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could also be F1 or F2 from memory
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