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Dual Booting Windows 7/8.1 on a 10th Gen Intel(R) Core

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Pavilion Laptop 14 - ce3006tu
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hi there,
I want to dual boot Windows 7 on my HP Pavilion Laptop 14 - ce3006tu. Now the problem is the 10th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 1035G1, which only supports Windows 10 (which I obviously won't delete). So is there a way to dual boot both of them? Or even if I can boot Windows 8.1 I would appreciate that. Regards.

One other reason was since HP devices with 5th Gen Core (I believe because had an old laptop) and later has an option called legacy boot which needs to be enabled to boot Windows 7 or older, but then it won't be able to boot Windows 10. So please help.
Thanks in advance

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Hi:

 

You can't install or run W7 on your notebook.

 

You could install W8.1 on it, but there won't be any drivers for the major components such as the graphics.

 

Only W10 drivers were developed by the hardware manufacturers.

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