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Hi Everyone, I want to get rid of XP and I bought a copy of Windows 10 and 2 DIMMs of 2GB RAM. Before installing it on my HP DC7600, I want to ask you all what will happen with the drivers: on the HP drivers site, the most recent are for Vista or XP operating system, Windows10 is not mentioned.
The drivers seem not to exist. Can anyone tell me if I can go on safely with the installation, and if the devices/peripherals will be recognized? Or do I have somewhere/somehow download them before?
Thanks in advance. Hi: The oldest model I have installed W10 on is the dc7800. W10 worked just fine. With the dc7600, I anticipate that the only driver you will need to update is the audio driver, which you can get from Realtek at the link below.W10 should install everything else-including the sound, but it will only be a generic Windows audio driver. Accept the agreement.
Download and install the 1st driver on the list for 32 bit. If after you install W10, you need help with finding drivers for some device your PC is missing a driver for, please let me know, and I will be happy to assist further.
> I want to get rid of XP. All Microsoft support for XP ended in 2014. All Microsoft support for Vista ended in April 2017. All Microsoft support for Windows 7 will end in January 2020 -- two years away. > and I bought a copy of Windows 10 and 2 DIMMs of 2GB RAM.
For about the same cost, you could have accessed and done a search for 'refurbished computer', to find computers much newer than yours, with Windows 10 installed, for about $200 US. > Before installing it on my HP DC7600, From: updated device-drivers for Windows Vista were issued in 2007. So, your computer probably was manufactured in 2006, or earlier.
How old is the disk-drive? It probably had a one-year warranty.
It would be proactive to replace it, before it dies from 'old age'. If you have not opened the packaging on your Windows 10 software, do not do so, yet. > Can anyone tell me if I can go on safely with the installation, and if the devices/peripherals will be recognized? > Do I have somewhere/somehow download them before? Instead of using your purchased software, there is a free download of Windows 10, at: From this web-site, you can create a 'bootable' Windows 10 installer.
Disconnect your computer from the Internet -- disconnect the Ethernet cable. Boot your computer from it, and install Windows 10. When prompted for the 25-character product-key, click 'I do not have one'.
The installation will complete, giving you a 'trial' version of Windows 10, good for a few days. Open 'Device Manager', to see if the correct device-drivers have been installed.
If a device-driver is 'missing', reconnect to the Internet, select the 'missing' device's 'properties', and choose 'update driver', to see if Windows Update can provide a device-driver. After trying to update, disconnect the Ethernet cable, to avoid having Windows Update spending the next few hours from downloading a large quantity of software updates. If the 'trial' is not satisfactory, you may be able to return the Windows 10 software for a refund. > I want to ask you all what will happen with the drivers: on the HP drivers site, > the most recent are for Vista or XP operating system, Windows10 is not mentioned. > The drivers seem not to exist. They do not exist on the HP Support web-site. They may exist on the Windows 10 media.
Certainly, your computer is old-enough to have been available to Microsoft when they were developing & testing Windows 10 on many HP/Compaq/Dell/Lenovo/ systems. ----------- Welcome to this forum. Please click the purple/white 'Thumbs Up' icon for every response that is helpful. Also, please click 'Accept As Solution' for the best response. Here is what I use to make a DVD that works 100% of the time.
First of all, make sure you get the whole ISO file. With W10 normally it checks the file for accuracy and completeness. Then, install this free DVD burning software. After you install CD Burner XP open it, and you will get a window with 6 options. Select the Burn ISO Image option from the menu. A window will open for you to browse to and select the W10 ISO file to burn. On the right side of the window, next to the target device, is a burn speed drop down list.