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This guide is a general guide to XP downgrade for all HP/Compaq consumers notebook, with NO affiliation what so ever with HP.
It is intended to help HP notebook owners. The resources are collected from XP downgraders in HP forum.
The guide will be divided into 3 categories, Easy, Moderate and Difficult Models, please check you own model before downloading the drivers.
Be sure to use your complete Model # (section 1) or P/N (section 2) from Service Tag when checking your specs to determine correct drivers
If you require more help, start a new thread in laptop forum, using full model # and P/N from Service Tag,along with drivers you have tried that work/didn't work and any features that are not functioning.
Things you should know
HP does NOT support XP for consumer notebooks, so if you have any difficulties regarding XP, do not expect HP will help you. HP may demand you to install back VISTA if you have hardware problem to troubleshoot it.
An option to consider-put your original Vista hdd away and install new one for XP. Some of the notebook features may not work in XP due to uncertified licenses pointed in this guide. Microsoft has released three (3) Service Packs for XP, use only SP2 for the first trial. Why? Since many of XP drivers are released based on XP-SP2. Always make Vista Recovery cd/dvd before downgrade to XP. see it here You have a folder with drivers & programs that may prove very helpful after XP downgrade.
Copy folder C:\Swsetup to DVD Before formatting your hdd. If you have a pre-SP2 XP cd, get the full SP to Integrate with Nlite: SP2 Nlite HERE
1. Easy Models
Notebook consumer models with model number BELOW Vx5xx for Presario and dvx5xx for Pavilion models. example_V3442TU.
Model BELOW V35xx and with Intel processor refer to V3000T for drivers.
Model BELOW V35xx and with AMD processor refer to V3000Z for drivers.
Model BELOW V65xx and with Intel processor refer to V6000T for drivers.
Model BELOW V65xx and with AMD processor refer to V6000Z for drivers.
Model BELOW dv25xx and with Intel processor refer to dv2000T drivers.
Model BELOW dv5xx and with AMD processor refer to dv2000Z drivers.
Model BELOW dv65xx and with Intel processor refer to dv6000T drivers.
Model BELOW dv65xx and with AMD processor refer to dv6000Z drivers. Model BELOW dv95xx and with Intel processor refer to dv9000T drivers. Model BELOW dv95xx and with AMD processor refer to dv9000Z drivers.
Some Notes: Use the option of disable native SATA in BIOS setting for Intel machine, AMD machine does not have this requirement. Always install chipset first Install MS-UAA before sound and modems Install .Net Framework before HP Quick Launch Buttons Install Windows Installer 3.1 before Intel Wireless
1. QuickPlay Windows for XP
QPW (QuickPlay Windows) version 2.3 for XP, here
Update to the final version of QPW for XP, here and Skin update,
In some notebook QPW will need a regirsty hack to install it,
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
If you don’t know how to do it, just download,QuickPlay.zip, extract it, double click run it.
2. Cyberlink YouCam 2.0 Software,
3. LightScribe System Software,
4. Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5,
5. MS UAA (alternative to sp33867),
6. MS UAA for XP SP3,
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