Laptop with Vista

Over the weekend I had the big challenge of installing one HP TX 1000 Windows XP and he had Vista installed. Even before I started, I realized that my mission would not be easy, so I inspected the available hardware and saw basically what the machine is armed with. I visited the Hewlett-Packard site and piled on whatever I could., but at least I had drivers for wireless -a and with a wireless router. The reinstallation went quite smoothly and normally, expectedly did not recognize the lan car is still with Nvidia chipset :). I logged in and installed the wireless drivers HD Audio and so far so good 🙂 no surprises everything ok. Then I went to the Nvidia site to download the video driver and chipset to get to know the tape, having previously tried one of my sister's bottoms because she is Nvidia 6100 built-in and it was on the laptop 6150 and I decided, that it will happen. But alas, no reaction. With the driver from the site again too. Hmmm 😈 shit. Then I went straight to the net looking for info and something else hit a nut. At one point I remembered to play Everest to see what info he would steal from me about the video, it turned out to be Nvidia GO 6150 I start again, I enter the site and go to see drivers for the GO series and opa beam only for the 7th series 🙁 Damn (double)!!! I'm starting again by digging through the net, I came across a forum with guys with a problem like mine on other laptops. I tried around 10 link from the given drivers again nut. At one point I wondered if the map is not just Vista addict ма but it was for a while there are no such things, after all, XP is up to date, the OS is not a cat, let's say 98 😉 after some more digging I found a Spanish site where a guy had installed Windows Tablet Edition on a similar laptop Tx 1030 bingo 🙂 generally the differences are in the size of the display, the fingerprint scanner is this. Unfortunately I'm dumb and I didn't keep the link to the site 🙂 So I start pulling a diver for the video at one point I see that it's something quite modified creature and was in some additional packaging installer not the official from Nvidia I think it was something reversed but I can only guess. I didn't check and I don't understand his shit in Spanish. Then I folded the chipset driver, this time it was special, that it was some old hava, and was only for chipsets without graphics drivers. I already had a great working video and lan. I pulled one AMD Trution The driver mainly boils the battery 🙂 and I think that new technology is enough to create insufficient performance of the XP. Super verse left to put the tablet player HP Quick Play some internal stitching that makes you a DVD cover in tablet mode and use the quick buttons on the side of the display 🙂 still the keyboard is pressed by the display 😉 Hmm unpleasant surprise current latest version 3 is supported only for Vista and for XP there is only up to 2.3 I put it nicely 🙂 the program was good enough to inform me about the update that turned out to be on the site of http://www.cyberlink.com/ it turned out to be a real hava with HP 🙂 With a smile on my face I enjoyed the player 🙂 it worked great. There was only a modem which is some kind of Motorola, unfortunately the link on the site of my Spanish benefactor did not work, I dealt with Uncle Google relatively lazily after I asked for details :). I started the reinstallation to 11 and successfully attached to 17 afternoon 🙁 Hell of a long time for such a thing. It turned out to be a lot harder than I thought, but I was satisfied, that I realized that everyone fagots for money and a lot of money. In general, my advice for anyone who has decided to lose the Vista and put on the good old XP is to download all the drivers in advance. If you are not sure for some to check with Everest a hell of a good program for info on your hardware. In any case, he can look on the net to see if he has done it or will he be the laureate.
After finishing work, I enjoyed the full power of the machine. There was no longer the same one to eat a lot of meaningless resources

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