I would say just skip the repair option and do a reinstall. Very seldom do I see a great success in trying an XP repair here. Just my 2 cents. And I seldom use those dang OEM restore disks they put too much crap on during the restore. And 99% of the crap they stick on there is not needed anyways. First thing I do in fact when I buy a new computer is format their junk away and do a reinstall.
I spend lots of time restoring older computers to a usable state it is a fun hobby indeed. In fact I have a couple D600's out in the shop that I salvaged from the junkyard on Ebay. Not bad computers when they are slimmed down a tad. If ya wanta see one run really good stick Win2k on the sucker.
peace and goodwill to all as they say.