Guidelines to uninstall Windows® XP from HP EliteBook® 2740p Tablet PC
HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet PC is a powerful laptop mainly designed for professionals looking for pen and touch input. It offers a 12.1-inch WXGA resolution ultra-wide viewing angle (UWVA) display with optional multi-touch features. It supports pen-input for accurate user-input. While uninstalling Windows XP, you need to ensure that you have a proper power backup. If the power loss happens, it might interrupt the uninstallation process. One way to uninstall Windows XP is by formatting the system. For uninstalling Windows XP, login the system in ‘Safe Mode’, click ‘Start’, and then ‘Control Panel’, and double click ‘Add/Remove Programs’. Then select uninstall Windows XP.
- Backup data and driver files
- Check for complete uninstallation
- Proper power backup
Backup data and driver files
Before uninstalling Windows XP in HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet PC, you need to create a backup of all the necessary files that you want and also save the driver files. You can format the hard drive during this process. Driver files are needed for the proper functioning of the hardware devices. The needed files might get lost, due to the uninstallation process.
Check for complete uninstallation
While uninstalling Windows XP from HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet PC, you need to check that the uninstalling process is completed. If there is a file that is not uninstalled, and still in the system, then you are advised to uninstall that file also. The errors might occur while uninstalling Windows XP. This might interrupt the process and certain files might get uninstalled. Ensure that the operating system is completely and successfully uninstalled from the system.
Before uninstalling Windows XP in HP EliteBook 2740p Tablet PC, you should have a proper backup. Because when the uninstallation process takes place, power loss might occur. If it happens you will have to repeat all the steps again and it would be a time consuming process. So it is necessary to have a proper power backup. The loss of power would interrupt the process.