HP Compaq® 8000f Elite uninstall
The environment friendly HP Compaq 8000f Elite is a business class notebook with a towering design and sleek appearance. Compatible with Windows 7 and impressive integrated hardware and software configuration, HP Compaq 8000f Elite is an impressive choice for both, home and professional users. HP Compaq 8000f Elite has a hardware configuration of Intel Core 2 processors with Intel vPro technology in order to help improve its overall manageability. However, sometimes several networking users or individual who like using Windows XP, Windows Vista, and so forth want to uninstall Windows 7 from HP Compaq 8000f Elite. In order to uninstall Windows 7 operating system from your HP Compaq 8000f Elite, there are specific things users must keep in mind. You should perform the uninstallation process with utmost carefulness as it might lead to system crashing or failure.
The following section includes detailed information on the important things to be kept in mind while uninstalling Windows 7 from your HP Compaq 8000f Elite:
- Data backup
- Formatting the primary hard drive
- Re-installing a new operating system
Before you perform the uninstallation of Windows 7 from your HP Compaq 8000f Elite, it is imperative to backup any important file you may have on the hard drive that is not partitioned. You should also take a safe and secure backup of all images, pictures, software programs, important applications and documents. If you do not take a backup of all the important information, then you can face data loss issues.
Formatting the primary hard drive
When the startup screen appears, you must first go to the boot menu and set-up the start-up mode on a DVD or CD for uninstalling Windows 7 from your HP Compaq 8000f Elite through a bootable disk. Once you have set-up the start-up mode on the boot menu, you will be asked to enter Windows 7 set-up. Follow the instructions step-by-step till you come to a point where you are asked to perform an install on another drive because either the primary disk already has the operating system or it is has low disk space. Furthermore, just click on the options to process further, choose the primary hard disk and then click on format. Windows 7 is the latest operating system designed by Microsoft therefore it cannot be upgraded to an older version, and thus you need to format the current Windows folder in order to perform the uninstallation process.
This is rather simple. All you have to do is once again enter the boot menu and keep the start-up menu on the CD-ROM. Similarly, insert a bootable DVD of another operating system and follow the instructions.