Set up Windows® XP in HP Pavilion® Elite HPE-180t
How to Set up Windows XP in HP Pavilion Elite HPE-180t?
HP Pavilion Elite HPE-180t system is designed for the multimedia applications. Each of the users could access different types of hardware and software options to improve the system performance. Each of these hardware and software are checked correctly before installing them to the system. After installing the Operating System you need to configure the settings. This is known as the set-up configuration process. The set-up configuration is done during the installation of Operating System. The user could do this configuration within the time period allowed for the configuration. The main processes in the setting up, the activation and the registration, are possible only for the users of genuine Operating System.
Following are the steps to activate, register and configure Windows XP in HP Pavilion Elite HPE-180t system:
- To Activate Windows XP
- To Register
- To Configure
To Activate Windows XP
Activation of Windows XP is the process of checking the genuineness of Operating System. This process is done by using the product key of the Operating System. Microsoft checks the product key provided during the installation process. The verification report would be sent back to the user. This activation is to be done within 30 days from the installation of Windows XP.
The registration of Windows XP is an optional process. This is only for registering the product under the user name. For this, the system would provide you some forms and you need to fill up the necessary details to complete the registration process. You would, from then on, receive notifications on updates from Microsoft.
The configuration of Windows XP is the process of making each component to perform according to the settings in the system. This includes the software, registry files, services etc. The “msconfig” command also could be used for the configuration process. After you open the system configuration utility, you could view one window, which describes each and every start up process, services etc in the system. You could enable or disable the needed and unneeded processes in the system.