HP Mini 210 HD Edition series Uninstall Windows® 7
How do you uninstall the Windows® OS? What kinds of conditions have to be met to consider uninstalling the program?
There are some conditions in which you would prefer uninstalling an existing operating system in exchange for a new one. There are so many reasons as to why an operating system should be uninstalled from your HP Mini 210 HD Edition series system. These cases could be caused by system performance failure, error in installation, affinity for other existing operating systems, and other reasons. It is important to understand how to properly implement the uninstallation procedure on your HP Mini 210 HD Edition series system so that the computer will safely run with the new operating system.
Here are some cases and conditions in uninstalling the OS like the Windows® 7.
- You installed the Windows® 7 over an older version of Windows® OS
- You did not have any other operating system installed prior Windows® 7
- You upgraded your Windows Vista® into Windows® 7
You installed the Windows® 7 over an older version of Windows® OS
If you have installed the Windows® 7 OS on the same hard disk where previous OS were installed, this means that during the installation of the Windows® 7, it has created a Windows® old folder that contains the old OS and personal files. This is found in the root of the Windows® partition. To implement the uninstallation procedure on your HP Mini 210 HD Edition series system and to revert to the old OS, you can follow some simple steps to do this task.
You did not have any other operating system installed prior Windows® 7
If you have no previous OS installed prior the Windows® 7, you can do the uninstallation on your HP Mini 210 HD Edition series system by first making a backup of all files which will be carried by the OS that will be installed in the computer. Once you have made your backup, start installing the OS of your choice and then follow the procedures for this one. Once the OS is running well, send back all files back to your system.
If you opted for an upgrade from the Windows Vista® to the new version but you want to revert back, you have to backup all the files again and install the previous OS. Once the steps are completed, you can go back and restore all your files again. This process is done because the computer does not have any existing OS since the Windows Vista® was just upgraded into the Windows® 7 operating system.