HP Pavilion dv6-1334us: Xp  w10, how?

Hi all:

As I posted there, I bought this HP Pavilion dv6-1334us years. The original operating system is win7.

I don't like the w7 and tried to downgrade to xp. The title of help from this forum, succeeded.

Now, the XP ceased to support by MS and Chrome being also withdraw support.

I have to install win10 to replace the good XP.

I downloaded the software MS w10: "win10_1511_English_x32.iso" (2. 8 g).  It is now in my

Hard drive.  I had no experience to install a *.iso software!  How to clean install or upgrade even? …..

I could learn the concrete way?



I read your post about wanting to install Win10 and wanted to help.

While you MIGHT have improved the Win7 PC to Win10, unfortunately, there is no "upgrade path" for older operating systems.  This means that you can not run the upgrader and choose to keep anything of the existing BONE.

Instead, you must do a clean install.

You do this by creating the installation Win10 - DVD or USB media.  Since you have the ISO, you can choose which of the following statements to make, based on what you need to start your DV6:

(1) USB stick (preferably, because it's faster): download RUFUS, install it, run it and select the downloaded ISO file.  This will create a USB bootable Win10.

(2) DVD: Download ImgBurn, install it, run it and select the downloaded ISO file.  This will create a bootable Win10 DVD drive.

Then, start from one of them and follow the instructions.

Once completed, you should have a working Win10 install.

If all the drivers are missing, then come back to these forums and ask for them.  He has "Trusties" here who are experts looking for drivers for older PCs.

Good luck

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