Solved problems installing windows xp on netbook

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June 7, 2011 at 18:53:27
Specs: Windows 7 Starter, Intel atom 1GB of Ram
Well im trying to install windows xp home on a netbook. its a HP mini 110-3100. the problem is that i get a BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) at the blue part of the setup . im trying to boot via usb cd/dvd drive. i think the error code is 0x7b. dont know how to solve this problem. can you guys please help me!! Im also downgrading from windows 7 starter.

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June 7, 2011 at 21:29:21
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Well for starters WinXP does not support SATA controllers natively so you need to supply those drivers. In addition to that you will need to supply drivers for every other sub-system.

You will also need to have SP3 on the install CD.

You need to slipstream SP3 if not currently on the CD plus the chipset and all the other drivers for WinXP into your files on the WinXP CD then burn a new CD.

Get nliteos from the link below to perform that slipstream.

The other two links below are to the specs for your netbook and to the driver page. You need to select one of the 10 models listed.

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