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Hp G62 107SA Installing xp

I have just purchased A Hp G62 Intel i3 Laptop with windows ...

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    I have just purchased A Hp G62 Intel i3 Laptop with windows 7 home premium OA, i am trying to install xp pro as i dont like windows 7, Iíve got several copies of xp pro some legit and some not I canít install any of them on this laptop. Any ideas

    Thanks battlebus

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    You will need to integrate the Sata drivers in windows xp disc and windows XP CD.

    No F2 function or DEL function will do the trick. You will need a second PC to make the disk

    1) Download NLITE from the web nLite - Deployment Tool for the bootable Unattended Windows installation - Download

    2) Visit HP.com and locate the drivers you require for the SATA Hard Drives

    3) Install NLITE

    Now copy your windows XP disk to a folder on the PC you will use to make the disk.

    4) Open Nlite

    follow the prompts as you require

    at the end it will ask you if you want to "integrate drivers" click on this button and locate the drivers you downloaded


    REMEMBER TO SELECT THE OPTION TO MAKE THE DISK BOOTABLE

    you can add as many drivers to the setup as you like

    Hope that helps

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    Thanks i will give it a go tonight, i will let you know how i got on..

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    The other way is:

    Go into the BIOS, select SATA Compatibility mode and install XP

    When finish install the SATA driver provided by HP and go back to the BIOS to put the things as it was.

 

 

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