Question about Gateway MX6710 Mobile Entertainment Notebook PC, 15.4" LCD, Intel Centrino Dual-Core, 100GB HDD (803281) PC Notebook
Hello, Its really hard to downgrade from vista to XP on dell laptops. vista and XP use completely different drivers and dell has stopped writing drivers for XP. But still you can downgrade. You need to setup external SATA harddrive from where your XP CD should boot as it wont boot from your current harddrive that has vista. Even if you set these up and downgrade, Since dell has stopped writing drivers your new XP will not work with many new softwares and applications as you wont have drivers for them. I would advice you to use Vista. Good luck, Please rate the solution. ~regards, Jegan
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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