Is Satellite A300-15 b compatible with Windows XP Home edition?

Gys help me. I need to know in order to do my job.
Thank you

Hello

To be honest you can check only. Visit the download page for Toshiba under http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com > support & downloads. Choose your model of laptop (PSAJ4E) then WXP as operating system. You can see if the drivers for Windows XP Home edition are listed.

Post the output please. ;)

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