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Nomally on a vista installed lap you will have reverse compatibility issues when you try to install xp cause vista is a newer editon than xp. So it would be advisible to use a virtual machine software to install xp inside vista.By doing this you can simultaneously run vista and xp at the same time.you can download free software line SUN VMWare.
Hp has not posted a driver for Vista for the laptop. The XP driver is available at http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareList?os=228&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=435618 Install the driver and check if it works. Comment if it doesn't
Hi there. The only way you can install XP on a Vista machine is to install "virtual XP" onto Vista using Virtual PC 2007. Here is a site that will take you through the procedure step-by-step and gives links to download Virtual PC and install it onto the machine. Please be aware that some drivers may not work whilst using XP when you have it installed.
try to download belarc advisor software. Run this in your vista OS and send it to me so I can check your hardware specs. This is the only way to avoid problems in the future or before you start the formatting.