|Installing on d: infers the original drive [or partition if a single drive] exists in the system.|
You would boot to xp on d: and from there copy your files to your new install.
DO UNDERSTAND that you can not remove c: drive [if a drv and not a partition] and whatever you do DO NOT delete any files at the root of c: since you need these for booting xp on d:
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