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Bikebrains
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Does Pavilion P6770T support Windows 10

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I have a Pavilion P6770T desktop PC.   Does the Pavilion P6770T support Windows 10?

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Hi,

 

Windows 10 has not been released and will not be until July 29th.  HP would need "production" level code to do certification.

 

HP will have to determine which PC models to do W10 certification.  The newer models that are still under warranty have a good chance of being certified for W10 but this is just my speculation.

 

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Please urge HP to create two categories of devices: 1. Tested and Certified, 2. Tested and Not Certified.   This protocol will prove to the owners of older products that their product was tested.   A third category could be added for those devices that were not tested and not certified because the device's known restrictions made testing unnecessary.      This compresive list of HP products  could be found as the result of a simple keyword search using "windows 10" and the product model number.   The list is thus useable by everyone, from expert to newbie.         

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@Bikebrains

 

I agree 100% with your thinking about the two categories. I can suggest it to HP but they haven't done so in the past with W7 and W8. There might be "corporate" reasons other than for convenience for not publishing such a list.

 

 

 

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Your suggestions are being passed onto the HP support teams.

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Custom PC - Z590, i7-11700K, 32GB, dual 512 GB NVMe, gen4 2 TB m.2 SSD, 4K screen, OC'd to 5 Ghz, NVIDIA 3080 10GB
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RE: " I can suggest it to HP but they haven't done so in the past with W7 and W8. There might be "corporate" reasons other than for convenience for not publishing such a list."

How can I respond to such a poor level of customer service on the part of HP and still follow the rules of netiquette?    Perhaps "corporate" should be asked: How much do you value keeping me as a customer?   My P6770T is my first HP PC and will definitely be  my last HP PC if I am unable to get an answer to such a simple and important question.   Many other HP customers need to have this question answered before they upgrade to Windows 10 because the question is so clearly business critical .      Perhaps "corporate" should be told that the Google search on "desktop pc reviews 2015" resulted in names like Acer, Asus, Dell, Lenovo, Maingear and Alienware.  SOURCE:   {Moderator edited link and pm sent] 

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Hi,

 

HP doesn’t have an official presence on this forum other than for administration and moderation. The assistance that you receive is mainly from volunteers.

 

 

 

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The currently available requirements for running Windows 10 seem to cover everything except the motherboard.  HP's description is available here: http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-p6700-Desktop-PC-series/5035348/model/5079779/docume...

 

The revelant information is :  "Manufacturer's motherboard name: Pegatron" and " HP/Compaq name: Cleveland-GL8".

 

A Google search on "Pegatron Motherboard" results in the hit:   http://www.pegatroncorp.com/company/whoWeAre.php  , the website for the Pegatron Corporation.   So Pegatron is the name of the manufacturer of the motherboard, not the name of the motherboard.   The above revelant information should have read "Motherboard's manufacturer's name". 

 

I am trying to get information from Pegatron but I need Pegatron's name for the motherboard.    What is Pegatron's name for the motherboard that HP has changed to Cleveland-GL8?    Thanks. 

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