Install Windows® XP in Toshiba® Satellite U500
Windows XP is a operating system that was released many years ago by Microsoft. This Operating System is still popular because of its user friendly interface. Most office users still prefer Windows XP as this OS is extremely light on system resources and for doing office related work. Toshiba® Satellite U500 is a new generation computer that will work with any OS. The latest of processors within this product is more than capable of handling even the most resource demanding Operating Systems. Windows XP will work well with Toshiba® Satellite U500. All Toshiba® SatelliteU500 users installing Windows XP should remember not to disturb the installation process as doing so will corrupt the OS. As Windows XP is a relatively old Operating System, Toshiba® Satellite U500 users must also remember to find all the high performance drivers required for the system.
- Ensure authenticity of operating system
- Clean installation of OS
- Proper power backup
Ensure authenticity of operating system
When installing Windows XP on Toshiba® Satellite U500, users are advised to make sure that the copy of the OS is genuine. This should be done by contacting Microsoft® via e-mail or other means. Pirated versions should not be installed as these are known to have issues with stability as well as security which will make your Toshiba® Satellite U500 prone to virus attacks.
Clean installation of OS
Toshiba® Satellite® U500 users installing Windows XP must ensure that the installation of OS is done cleanly. This means that the Operating System should not be installed without removing all traces of the previous OS in use. Errors or bugs left back by the previous OS should be removed by formatting the live partition of your Toshiba® Satellite® U500.
Before starting with the installation of Windows XP on Toshiba® Satellite U500, users should make sure that there is adequate amount of power backup available. The power backup is essential for performing the installation process. Power interruptions during the installation of Windows XP might make the OS corrupt.