Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4427 (PSAD0U03H00P) PC Notebook
I have new, in-the-box unit with Vista Home Premium and believe I would better served by either getting it downgraded to XP or just selling it and purchasing a new XP based machine. I read the issues about doing the downgrade and it can apparently turn into a huge headache because of drivers and other compatibility issues. If it were to be downgraded I would likely have it done professionally if I could find a reliable source in the Phoenix, AZ area.
What would be your suggestions?
Let's start by not calling it a downgrade, Vista hasn't proven itself to be an upgrade yet.
I have litterally done hundreds of Vista to XP swaps at my shop. Don't be affraid to do an XP reload, manufacturers have realized the mistake of not offering XP drivers for thier hardware and now have them on thier site. Out of the machines I've reloaded with XP, I've only run into a couple of Acers that I had to break down to get the info from a video or sound card. You shouldn't have any problem loading it yourself.
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