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I would start with the following.
#1). Uninstall vmware player 3.x completely
#2). Uninstall Windows XP mode completely.
#3). Delete the base folder for the XP Mode install
#4). Reboot your host
#5). Install XP Mode file. (Windows XPMode_en-us). I happened to install mine to D:\Windows XP Mode. Inside of that folder, is a tutorial folder, Windows XP Mode base.vhd.lck file, KEY, VXPEULA and Winodws XP Mode base.vhd
#6). Install vmware player. Reboot if it says you must
#7). Open VMWare Player 3.1, click on File, Import XP mode.
Let me know what happens.
Thanks anyway, though. I'm going to keep these instructions on file.
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