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hp 600 g1

how to load xp on Hp Prodesk 600G1 SFF, and driver for xp.

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Re: hp 600 g1

Pages 35 and 36 of this QuickSpecs have  some information about XP:


Support for Cisco Security Features (proven compatibility with Cisco Aironet infrastructure products

through the Cisco Compatible Extensions Program Version 4) with Microsoft Windows XP only




Microsoft Windows XP Microsoft Windows Win 7

Configuration Utility

Microsoft Windows XP Wireless Network

Connection Manager

Intel PROSet for Microsoft Windows XP

(required for Cisco Compatible Extensions


Intel IHV extensions for Win7 available to

support Cisco Compatible Extensions


Page 46:

Operating system support

Windows® 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP Professional


And from page 50:


Operating system support Windows 7, Windows Vista Business 64*, Windows Vista Business 32*,

Windows Vista Home Basic 32*, Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional or

Windows XP Home 32* (No driver is required for this device. Native support is

provided by the operating system.), xpe,, Linux, XP-64

* Certain Windows Vista product features require advanced or additional

hardware. Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor can help you determine which

features of Windows Vista will run on your computer. To download the tool,

visit: For Windows Vista

system requirements, visit:


I was unable to find instruction for how to load it, but perhaps you can get something from the quickspecs that will help you.


I regret not being any more help, but this is all I could find.

Hope it is some help,

I work on behalf of HP.
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