After trying to downgrade to XP, press a key, the system gets stuck on black screen

Hi, I am currently using windows 7 when I try to setup windows xp he see press any key. After that Windows inspects your hardware configuration. After this black screen will come. How to solve this problem?

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There are two obstacles with your question.

first of all, what you try to do, is "downgrade" your system - inadverdently.   This ability is not in the setup / installation protocols.  You can upgrade or replace the OS.

Second, if your current computer is running win7, then it is highly unlikely that xp will not have engineering and pilots to operate your advanced machine.  Remember xp is designed to run on "now" older machines.

to take, for example, that you want to uninstall win7 and replace it with xp.  Then, you will have to place of origin of the machine and download drivers xp for machine.  If none is available, xp is unable to operate the machine.

However, there is a scenario for xp under win7.  This will require you to virtualize xp by installing the virtual pc to microsoft program.  then installing xp in virtual pc.  and for the most part, you can install and run most xp programs in the environment to virtualize xp.

but remember that a pc virtualization has its limits.   one example relates to the graphics.

a virtualize xp has not the power graphic to run fantasy games and most accomplished will scanner virtualize xp for graphics capabilities and interrupt the installation.

also, you cannot install xp drivers for hardware in a virtualized xp in an attempt to circumvent or replace hardware drivers your machine win7.

HTH.

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