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Thanks for help Have look at Support Drivers here: HP United States - Computers, Laptops, Servers, Printers and more My System Specs 5 I think you misunderstand me.

I am trying to make dual boot with win xp and win7 is preinstalled. I am running into a problem trying to add Windows XP. But when I try to install Win XP after the intial setup by windows I get a Blue-Screen with the following message: Stop: 0X0000007E 0X0000005, 0XF78D1EA0, 0XF78D1B9C acpi.sys-Address F73B9D66 base at F73AE000, Date Stamp 480252b1 I never get to the actual windows setup. So do I have to choose sata driver for xp or win 7. Sorry but I am a new bee, May be its very stupid questions but thanks a lot.

OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit 6 I think you misunderstand me. My search of HP web site: General XP Downgrade Guide for HP Laptops - HP Support Forum THANK YOU VERY MUCH I managed to install it and now I am writing this msg from XP side. I made another bootable xp cd added the sata drivers with Nlite and first it gives error again then I started and I press F7 to disable ACPI setting and after that everthing did as normal xp installation. So Thank you very much, I really appericiated your help 16 I seem to be getting no where fast on this SATA floppy.

for those of us who dont have floppy disk drives ie basically everybody Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Self Built OS Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1 CPU Intel R Core TM i5-2500K CPU 3.30GHz Motherboard Intel R Core TM i5-2500K CPU 3.30GHz Memory 8GB 1333Mhz DDR3 Graphics Card NVIDIA Ge Force GTX 460 Sound Card Realtek Monitor s Displays Acer Al1980, Screen Resolution 1360 768 Keyboard Alba USB Mouse IT Works Wireless USB PSU 750W Cooler Master Case Cooler Master Haf X Cooling Cooler Master Hyper TX3 Hard Drives 500GB SATA WBC 1TB WD Caviar Green 80GB IDE Samsung Internet Speed 12Mb/s Down 1.2 Mb/s Up 26 Is there any alternative to using a Floppy Drive to load these, or does it require slipstream in that case.

27 Quote: Originally Posted by Ron Harries If you do not have a floopy Drive, the alternative is slipstream.

Purchased new HPE 150t and want to dual boot XP for older games that may be glitchy under windows 7.

Would like to make it less complicated as possible and already have external floppy, but I see you mentioned USB flash drives won t work so just curious, thanks. I currently have an xp pro machine running on a sata drive. I have since built a newer faster machine also with sata drives running windows 7 64 bit.

21 Yes after posting this it took about 30 seconds of research to figure out that was a bad idea.