Upgrade Windows® 7 in HP EliteBook® 2530p
HP EliteBook 2530p is a high performance laptop introduced by HP. HP EliteBook has a memory capacity of 8GB and is powered by Intel Centrino. This laptop provides an option to higher resolution display and a backlit keyboard. Display of this laptop includes LED backlit. A spill-resistant keyboard and a durable battery life are some special features of HP EliteBook 2530p. The HP EliteBook 2530p laptop comes with different model varieties, the varieties differ in their equipment and specification. HP EliteBook 2530p has an integrated Intel GMA high-definition graphics, which will helps the user to work in a better graphical environment. Windows 7 is a new operating system introduced by Microsoft Corporation. Windows 7 includes a number of features such as advance in touch and handwriting recognition.
- Checks the capacity of the system
- Upgrade without using product key
- Upgrade using product key
Checks the capacity of the system
If you are using the Windows Vista Home Premium version of Microsoft in your HP EliteBook 2530p, then there requires upgrading Windows 7. You should know the capacity of your laptop before upgrading a new operating system. If your laptop does not have enough capacity to hold Windows 7, then your laptop works slowly. There are some other options to upgrade Windows 7.
Upgrade without using product key
There are two different methods to update the operating system in your HP EliteBook 2530p. One of the commonly used upgrading techniques is upgrade the operating system without using any type of product key. In this process copy the complete executable files with hard drive disc. It will help you to install Windows 7 editions during the setup. After upgrading Windows 7 reboot your laptop.
The second method is upgrade Windows 7 using a product key that is available from any retail channel. To upgrade Windows 7 in your HP EliteBook 2530p insert the upgrading CD in the drive then restart the laptop and enter into bios. This CD contains a product key that is needed during the installation process. Start the installation process from bios and follow the instructions that might leads to upgrading Windows 7.