2-Click on ''My Computer" and right click ''Properties." ''Systems Properties" should open
3-Click on the ''General'' tab. View the physical memory to ascertain the total RAM installed on your computer. RAM is usually 32 MB, 64 MB or 128 MB in older computers. Newer PCs usually carry 256 MB, 512 MB or even higher RAM.
Make sure your printer is Bluetooth enabled. Some printers come this way (read the manual to verify) but others require adapters. Shop online or visit an electronics store to find an inexpensive Bluetooth printer adapter.
Set up your adapter. All you need do is connect one end to your computer and the other end to your printer and it will install itself.
Right-click on your main hard drive's icon in the My Computer window. Choose the "Properties" option. Click "Tools."
Choose the "Check Now" option under the Error Checking heading. Select the "Automatically fix file system errors" option, then click "Start." Windows XP will find and repair corrupt files and file segments. Close the window when finished.
When you format a computer hard drive you will lose everything that is on the drive. Therefore, it is very important to back up anything you might want later. Additionally, if you are going to be formatting and installing XP you need to make sure you have the discs for any applications or third party hardware you use since you will need to re-install your programs and drivers after re-installing Windows.