I have an HP computer that currently has Windows XP on the hard drive, and I was thinking whether I could install Windows 2000 on the computer. I assumed it might work because Windows 2000 uses the NT kernel and it has a bigger chance of running.
I used the Rufus software to create a bootable USB drive with the Windows 2000 ISO image. At first the setup program appears to start fine, but when I try to begin installation, it gives me this error message:
Setup cannot find the End User Licensing Agreement (EULA)
This error appears right after the initial screen offering the choices to begin setup, repair, or quit.
Although I could burn the ISO onto a CD/DVD, I would rather not.
If it's possible to install Windows 2000 from a USB drive then please tell me how; if not, it's OK, I don't mind.