Question about Samsung Q1 Ultra Tablet PC
Suggest you use an external DVD drive, and put your installation disk in it. Then access the BIOS Setup utility.
In BIOS Setup, find the Boot Order menu. (Generally, along the top headings of the main menu, in BIOS Setup, or located in Advanced BIOS Settings) Set the first boot device to be CDROM. Be sure to Save your change.
This way the handheld, will boot from the installation disk, in your external DVD drive.
Should you be trying to downgrade from Vista to XP, you have to change the first boot device, in Boot Order to CDROM. If not, Vista won't let you overwrite it.
Vista is an upgrade over XP.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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