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I’m planning on loading Windows 7 on my new Business Notebook are there any settings I need to change? What do I need to know?

 

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Hey Bill,

 

Windows 7 can be installed on some of the newer business PCs. There are some requirements and settings you should be aware of.

  • First, you cannot install Windows 7 on a computer with a 7th generation processor.
  • You'll need to either change the TPM version on the PC or install a hotfix from Microsoft.
  • You must use legacy mode (non-UEFI) in the BIOS.
  • You need your own copy of Windows 7 and a license for Windows 10 Professional.

You can find steps and more information at http://www.hp.com/support/Windows7and10TPMFAQ

 

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Wes


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When your system has a NVMe drive, you need to follow the steps in the following document.

 

CA

http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c05040446

 

Whitepaper

https://ftp.hp.com/pub/caps-softpaq/cmit/whitepapers/Windows_7_OS_Install_NVME.pdf

 

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Thank You ...

 

 

that is good it working For me 

 

i Delete my Windows 10 Original Becoz of that is very Slow Microsoft Cheat the Weast of software for Windows 10 

 

That  need to revert window 7 that is good . 

 

 

Spoiler

every day i loss 30 USD boc of Window 10 that is very Slow .  **bleep**ing Slow that why  i delete that .

 

and reinstall windows 7  :)  now i  am happy with that.. 

 

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Hi!You need to change the TPM version or install the hotfix from the Microsoft.You must use the legacy mode.

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If you have an Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3168 WiFi adapter, you may not be able to use it if there is no working Wireless Button Driver for Windows 7 for your model.

 

Using a USB WiFi adapter is the current workaround.

Replacing with a different PCIe adapter might also be possible but I have not investigated that option further. There might be complications related e.g. to the antennae, antenna connectors etc.

 

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Wireless-and-Networking/Function-Key-not-working-how-to-turn-...

 

 

 

 

 

People are using their precious remaining lifetime to try and help, so it is common courtesy to come back and tell what the solution eventually was even if you found it elsewhere. It is for the benefit of everyone.
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Добрый день. Прошу помочь сбросить Power on password на ноутбуке Hp ProBook 640 G2.
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@Pilot_Oleg

 

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