BenoitRen Posted February 5, 2007 Share Posted February 5, 2007 Laptops seem to have customised BIOSs, so they don't have all the options that desktop BIOSs do.The minimal hardware required is a 233 Mhz Pentium with 64 MB of RAM; but I doubt anyone wants to run Windows XP on a computer of that vintage. I’ve installed XP on a P-233 with 64 MB of RAM, and know that I wouldn’t want that for my computer. It was slow. I mean, SLOW.It always amazes me how people don't (want to) realise that there's something wrong with the OS when it runs that slow on such hardware, when earlier versions run fine on it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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