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Re: operating system,xp tablet edtion
I can get you a copy of the 2005 xp tablet edition os, you would have to use your own cd key and activation to make it legal. Although it will install with it's own cd key, licensing requires you to use legal activation and the key that came with your unit. Check with mpcdrivers.com
I know it might not be...moral...but there are OEM ISO versions of XP Tablet Edition out there on bitorrent sites. Now I DO NOT CONDONE downloading one and using the Key supplied in the torrent, I simply am telling you a method to get your hands on an OEM Restore Disc from HP.
Your COA is located under your battery on your tablet. Use that COA in conjunction with the downloaded ISO to remain 100% legal.
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Either the Operating System (IOS) on the tablet or the tablet hardware itself is too old to run the app(s). Check for and install an IOS update and try again. If the hardware (tablet) is too old, you'll have to replace it to install the app(s).
If an app loads but you can't run it because it closes means there is a conflig of some part of this app with your operating system, means in simple words, you cany use it. Might be that app is not updated you you current OS version or you need update you current OS to use the app; or it got corrupt when you originally downloaded it If none of this your case, reformulate your question
The version of the Android operating system installed on your kobo tablet is likely incompatible with the game, not the tablet itself, whereas the version of the Android operating system installed on the Moto G is compatible with the game. Put it another way: it is as if you are trying to install an application designed for Windows 7 on a computer running Windows XP.
How to Reload Windows XP Without Removing Files
Deleting system files, modifying the registry and installing incompatible drivers to Windows XP can damage the integrity of the operating system, rendering it inoperable. Virus infections are often responsible for making the aforementioned changes to a system, but employees who have administrative access to the workstation can make deleterious modifications to the OS as well. Reinstalling Windows XP can repair the OS, but if work-related files are stored to the system partition, all of the data will be erased during the installation process. To reload Windows XP without losing files, you can perform an in-place upgrade, also known as a repair installation.
Step 1Insert the Windows XP CD into the optical drive and then press "Ctrl-Alt-Del" to restart the computer. Step 2Press any key when prompted to load the contents of the disc. Press "Enter" on the Welcome to Setup screen. Step 3Read the license agreement, pressing "PgDn" to scroll down the page. Press "F8" to agree to the terms. The CD will search for previous installations of Windows XP. Step 4 Press "R" to repair the selected operating system. The disc will begin reinstalling the operating system to the hard drive without affecting personal files. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the repair installation. Step 5 Log in to Windows XP and sign on to the Internet when installation completes. Click "Start," "All Programs" and then "Windows Update." Step 6 Click "Scan for Updates" to search for applicable service packs and hotfixes to reinstall to the OS. Step 7 Click "Install Now" to bring the in-place upgrade up-to-date.
Windows XP CD
Make sure you have your Windows XP product key (found on the CD cover or on the computer case) available prior to reinstallation.
If possible, back up your files previous to the installation in case something goes awry during the process.
You will need to reinstall all non-native programs and removable devices after performing an in-place upgrade.
I would reinstall it as per the instructions from HP. as there may be drivers missing. Copy attached.
HP Mobile Printing for Notebooks
HP Help and Support (XP Only)
Safety and Comfort Guide
Adobe Acrobat® Reader v. 5.10
Microsoft Reader v. 2.5
Zinio Reader v.1.4
Sun Java 1.4
Windows Media Player 9 for XP
HP Tablet PC Tour
*Intervideo WinDVD Playback Software v. 4* (Pre-loaded)
Availability of recommended
software applications or services may vary by region and may require additional
purchase and/or subscription
FranklinCovey PlanPlus (30 day trial period)
MindJet MindManager 2002 for Tablet PC (21 day trial period)
Alias SketchBook Pro (15 day trial period)
Zinio (see Digital Magazine icon on Tablet PC desktop for more information)
ScanSoft Omniform Filler 5.1 and Dragon Naturally Speaking Standard Edition
7.1 (available as a special configuration)
software available through the web
Client Manager Software HP ProtectTools Smart Card Security Manager QuickLook
for the HP Tablet PC TC1100 series
Software is loaded on the hard drive and must be installed by running the
Software Setup utility.
Each unit is shipped
with a recovery CD kit containing Operating System Recovery and Driver/Application
Recovery CDs. These CDs allow users to either recover or repair the tablet's operating
system and select drivers without losing personal data. The Operating System CD
also provides the option of reinstalling the operating system software provided
with the tablet.
Tried the same thing and got the same result using the motion computing DVD/CD external reader/burner.
Has anyone found an answer to this problem of trying to switch to a larger hard drive on the 1600 with format/installing? The new hard drive was not able to read the recovery disk with OS on it. Thanks.
seems like a hardware problem...Hard Disk Probably.but don't take chances...first remove any external hardware attached [usb,printer etc.remove the battery also]then try to install the OS use another CD or you can even use Windows XP.Make sure you change the SATA setting in the BIOS for XP.
You did not mention the error message or when does it hangs while installing Vista.Try changing the Hard Disk.If there's still problem then it's your motherboard.
As far as overheating is concerned you need to see how long does it remain powered on.And when you switch it on again does it turns off quicker than before.
Take it to the service center.