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Windows 2000 boot screen
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16) Windows 2000 boot screen: (Image 2.1)

The new Windows 2000 boot screen is displayed.

Windows 2000
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17) Windows 2000: (Image 2.2)

Sit back. It may be awhile.

Setup Wizard
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18) Setup Wizard: (Image 2.3)

The Setup Wizard will be displayed. SelectNext to continue on.

Installing Devices
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19) Installing Devices: (Image 2.4)

Windows 2000 will begin installing devices, such as "mouse and keyboard," even though you have already been using them. :)

Region and Input Languages
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20) Region and Input Languages: (Image 2.5)

A little while later, you will be prompted with options of configuring your Region and Input Languages. The default was fine for me, so I selected Next.

Options include Customize buttons plus the standard Back and Next.

Enter in your name
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21) Enter in your name: (Image 2.6)

Enter in your name and optional Organization information, then select the Next button.

25 digit Product Key
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22) 25 digit Product Key: (Image 2.7)

Thought you could get away from it? Think again.

Enter your unique 25 digit Product Key that came with your CD, then select the Next button.

Enter a Computer name and an Administrator Password
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23) Enter a Computer name and an Administrator Password: (Image 2.8)

The "suggested" name for the computer is always really whacked out. Choose one that meets your needs.

Enter an Administrator Password now. It is very important that you keep this information safe and remember what it is!

"01Pa$$word" is not a good choice. Think of something secure and never lose or forget it.

Date, Time and Time Zone
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24) Date, Time and Time Zone: (Image 2.9)

Configure the proper information for the Date, Time and Time Zone here.

Network Setup
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25) Network Setup: (Image 2.10)

Networking information is now setting up.

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