setup Windows® XP® in HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition
Tips to set up Windows XP in HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition
The HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition notebook computer are newly introduced laptops from HP with stylish look of butterfly on the laptop body. It has Intel Atom processor and 2 GB RAM that gives best performance with windows xp as an operating system.
Here we will discuss in detail about how to setup Windows XP in your HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition:
- Tips to activate Windows XP in HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition
- Tips to register Windows XP in HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition
- Tips to configure Windows XP in HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition
Tips to activate Windows XP in HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition
Windows XP requires you to activate the operating system, in order to continue the use of operating system after its trial period is over. There are two ways to activate the Windows XP operating system. If you have internet connection, you can activate it online by following this simple procedure. You may go to the menu Start >Programs > Accessories > System tools > Activate windows and choose Internet in further options. You will be required to enter the license key in the further steps. The license key may be found on the genuine Windows XP CD. To activate Windows XP through telephone, you may follow same Menu as Start > Programs > Accessories > System tools > Activate Windows > yes, I want to telephone…and follow the instructions given in the wizard to activate windows by telephone. You will need Product ID as well as License key while activating the XP from telephone, so please keep this information handy.
Tips to register Windows XP in HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition
After activating the Windows XP, you also need to register it with Microsoft as genuine operating system. To register your windows, simply go to Microsoft registration website or go to: start> all programs> accessories> system tools> activate windows> yes, want to register…> next> ok (after registration). Windows registration makes you a registered user of Microsoft and also makes you able to receive product updates news, various tips and tricks, offers etc through email. And for this reasons, it is not mandatory rather it is optional.
There are various ways to configure you operating system. Configuring your operating system gives you benefit of personalization and you may also get best performance from your operating system. After windows installation, every setting is settled to its default. Again, you may need some drivers to install your some devices. So, you must install your device drivers after windows installation. You can find the drivers from the drivers CD given with your computer or may download from the internet. Next you have to adjust the display setting by right clicking in the desktop and selecting properties. Here you can adjust your display setting. By going to Start> control panel> add or remove programs, you can install or uninstall applications and from Start> right click on my computer> properties> hardware tab> device manager, you can manage your devices.