Setting Windows® XP in HP Mini 210
How to set up Windows XP in your HP Mini 210?
Mini 210 Edition from HP gives you diagonal high definition display. The high definition display is made possible by Broadcom’s Crystal HD video accelerator. You may choose either Windows XP Home Edition or Windows 7. It uses Intel Atom N45 processor, I GB DDR2 memory expandable to 2 GB, 160 GB hard disc if selected Windows XP or 250 GB for those who selected Windows 7. The Quickweb feature enables you to connect to internet, e-mail and other applications in the internet. There are three USB ports available which makes it easier to transfer data. Also there is an optional mobile broadband facility, integrated webcam, VGA port etc. with your HP Mini 210 . If you choose Windows XP in your system you need to activate, register and configure it.
Following are the guidelines for Windows XP set up in your HP Mini 210 laptop:
You need to activate your copy of XP in the Microsoft website within thirty days from the day you started using it. You would be able to continue use it only after activation if the thirty day period is over. There are mainly three methods to activate your copy of Windows XP. With the use of Internet, by modem or through phone. You need to use the Activate Windows option available in System Tools. If you do not have a connection, the wizard would establish a connection to the server from your modem through your phone line. If modem is not installed, you need to contact the Microsoft customer service representative and process the activation.
In order to register your product you need an Internet connection and use the 'Activate Windows' option from the 'System Tool'. If you have already processed the activation, you only need to use the 'Register with Microsoft' Option and enter all the required information in the registration page and click 'Next' to complete the process. If you have not activated your copy, start from the activation process and continue to registration.
In order to configure Windows XP you need to meet all the requirements for the Operating System. You need to set up your system with all the hardware and software needs of the OS and state working on it to get the optimum performance. If it is not configured as per the requirements, you would not be able to function properly with Windows XP.