That is not always the case. There are quite a few netbooks that came from the factory with XP Home/Pro 32bit and Linux Distros (generally 32bit). Depends a lot on when the netbook was manufactured.
There is the matter of finding drivers before you install XP. Some of the newer netbooks simply can not run windows XP due to the GPU not sipporting it (only really applies to the ones running Intel GMA36** series graphics. If you have intel HD, AMD, or Nvidia graphics, then you have no worries).
I am not seeing any match to kav10 on the Acer support page, so can you please conform the model number please.
As for how to install it, you need to add your .iso to the flashkey. There are plenty of tools to do that, such as yumi. Once you achieve that, then it should be as simple as pressing F12/F8 (depending on the BIOS settings) and selecting the flashkey as the boot device. With the YUMI method, it would be as simple as setting the BIOS default boot to the flashkey (as it is a 3 step install method).
Edited by wolfeking, 18 October 2013 - 04:04 AM.
If you're in a war, instead of throwing a hand grenade at the enemy, throw one of those small pumpkins. Maybe it'll make everyone think how stupid war is, and while they are thinking, you can throw a real grenade at them.
I personally do not trust new products or webcams. This is why my desktop is 3 years old, and my laptops older than that.