What websites can you not access, please?
FWIW: What commands did you use when you entered the Recovery Console by selecting the "R"? The Recovery Console does nothing on its own, the user must type in specific commands to attempt to repair certain elements of an existing XP install.
If you go that route, the command I would suggest first is chkdsk /r. An alternative to using the Recovery Console to run this command: XP Chkdsk, Using the Graphical Version (My Computer) - http://www.updatexp.com/windows-xp-chkdsk.html
Put check marks in both options (scan, recover), same function is performed as running chkdsk /r from command prompt or Recovery Console.
If you want to do a repair install of the XP operating system...then you have to elect the option to Enter and set up XP. This will result in new system files, while keeping your data files and programs intact. It will also require reinstalling all critical updates which have been issued since the creation of the CD used to flush old system files.