Uninstall Windows® XP in HP Pavilion® Elite HPE-190t
Are you looking to uninstall Windows XP operating system in HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t desktop PC?
There is no doubt that Windows XP is a very good and reliable operating system as it is extremely light on system resources and simple to use. Your HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t desktop PC has been designed in such a way to handle most types of operating systems. But, in case your HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t desktop PC is running on Windows XP, it is advisable that this operating system should be removed and replaced with a newer version. By switching to a new version, you will get all the benefits of new operating system such as improved graphics, enhanced security, better application support, etc. Before uninstalling Windows XP in HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t desktop PC, it is necessary that you create a recovery disk of the current operating system so that even if some problems do come up during the uninstall, system can still be recovered. You must also remember to backup working drivers so that even if Windows XP needs to be reinstalled, this can be done.
Here are some of the things that you need to keep in mind while uninstalling Windows XP in HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t desktop PC:
- Operating system compatibility check
- Power backup
- Create data backup
Operating system compatibility check
It is of utmost importance that you check the compatibility of the operating system that you are planning to install, before uninstalling Windows XP in HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t desktop PC. This should be done with a view to avoid future problems.
While uninstalling Windows XP in HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t desktop PC, you must ensure that there is proper amount of power backup. Having power backup is a must as power related interruption will abruptly stop the uninstallation process which can damage sensitive hardware components and leave your HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t desktop PC in an unusable state.
Uninstallation of Windows XP in HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t desktop PC does not affect the data stored in the system. However, to be on the safer side it is recommended to create a backup of all the data on the system. This includes applications, restore points, images, videos, documents and user preferences.