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itslauryk
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I want to downgrade.

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HP X2-p000na
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Hello,

 

is it able to downgrade this tablet to Windows 8.1? The experience with Windows 10 is really bad on this tablet. It doesn't have needed drivers, but maybe someone has them for it? I'll be very thankful. 🙂

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Laurynas.
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Hello
Is this model?

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-x2-10-p000-notebook-pc/12499232/model/13574582

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-x2-10-p000-notebook-pc/12499232/model/13574582

 

actually there are no drivers available.
Although it may be possible to make the change, I do not recommend it.
Windows 10 may be a bit difficult to get started with at first.
Adaptation time is necessary, but it far exceeds windows 8!
Personally I went from windows 7 to windows 8 once and frankly, this system is a disaster!
Except I made the update from windows 7 to windows 10, and this system is just as good, it is very different, but very very stable!
First of all, create at least the reinstallation system if possible with this model

 

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