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Welcome to this forum.

 

Can you please give more details?

 

Microsoft's support for Windows XP ended in April 2014 -- three years ago.

See: https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/14223/windows-xp-end-of-support

 

MIcrosoft Vista was released in early 2007.

Any new computers purchased after date would have Vista pre-installed.

 

Thus, your computer, and especially your disk-drive, is probably over ten years old.

Sad to say, but it probably has "died".

 

The end of Microsoft's support for Vista was 2 days ago (April 11, 2017).

 

So, it's time for you to purchase a new (or "refurbished") computer, running Windows 7 or Windows 10.

If you are in the USA, see: www.bestbuy.com  and search for "refurbished desktop computer".

You'll find refurbished computers, with keyboard & mouse, for under $100 US.

Keep your current monitor.  You might have to replace your web-camera, scanner, and printer.

 

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