Can Windows 7 be formatted with Windows XP?
Windows 7 and Windows XP are operating systems. You cannot format operating systems. But you can format your hard disk or hard drive.
You can use Windows XP bootable CD to format HDD, but you will have to use Windows 7 Bootable Installation disk to install OS on your formatted drive.
Yes, if it's formatted to FAT or NTFS.
if your have windows 7, you have windows 7. if you have windows xp, you have windows xp. that's the difference.
Windows 7 can read and write drives formatted FAT32. Windows 7 cannot be installed onto a FAT32 formatted drive though, it must be formatted NTFS.
Well, Windows 7 Professional comes with, "XP Mode." "XP Mode" is a program installed Windows 7 Professional where you can use XP on a Windows 7-upgraded/Windows 7-installed PC or notebook. Windows 7 Home Premium, and Windows 7 Ultimate DO NOT come with "XP Mode."
Sometimes, depending on the disk and the kind of xp, i.e. professional, home, buisness, also if its a 64 bit
Windows XP has existed on store shelves since October 25, 2001. However, it was originally formatted and designed on August 24, 2001.
It is Clear that windows 7 is new than windows xp
Yes,you can run Windows Live Messenger for Windows XP on Windows 7. And all of the other Windows Live Essentials for Windows XP work on Windows 7 without any problems. So you can install and run all of the Windows Live Essentials for Windows XP on Windows 7 and Windows Vista. You can get Windows Live Essentials for Windows XP from the Microsoft website.
It is not possibel to install Windows XP in a PC with Windows 7 without damaging the Windows 7 boot information. Since XP is older operating System it cannot recognise 7 and destroys the Master Boot Record created by 7. However,you can install windows 7 in a PC with XP and can simultaneously have both XP and 7. Windows 7 automatically recognises XP and allows you to install in a different partition and while booting… Read More
XP Mode only works on Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate, and Windows 7 Enterprise.
No to use and ipod nano you need windows xp or newer
Well look how much fancy graphics it has and if you upgraded to windows 7 from xp then your computer was probably built for xp not windows 7. But my computer is faster with windows 7...
windows 7 theme for XP are basically windows themes that can be installed on windows xp to give it a look similar to windows 7. See the link in the related links section.
You would need to buy Windows XP and install it on your hard drive to replace Windows 7. However there are programs that can run a simulator of XP while running Windows 7.
it is an operation system (windows) being windows 7 but modified to behave like Windows XP
Windows XP is slower and Windows 7 is buggish. If you want a REAL computer, get a Mac
If you have Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate you can install Windows XP Mode. Or if you want to downgrade you can do a clean install of Windows XP with an installation disk.
yes, from windows XP to windows 7, but only windows!
You Can Buy A Completely New Windows 7 CD Or An Upgrade CD Which Will Upgrade Your XP to 7
Yes, you can upgrade Windows Xp to Windows 7.
There is no need to have a copy of Windows XP, as Windows XP Mode (which is a feature part of Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate) comes with a fully licensed version of Windows XP with Service Pack 3. A step-by-step instructions on how to download and install Windows XP Mode for Windows 7 can be found at related links section of this question.
If you are running Windows xp mode on Windows 7 professional, ultimate, or enterprise
Windows XP and Windows 7 are examples of Operating Systems.
yes i tested my self in windows xp and windows 7 and now iplaying this game on windows 7
No, Windows 7 is Microsoft's New Operating system. There is also Windows Vista before Windows 7 but newer than xp. The operating Systems go like this, from oldest to newest. Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 7 is still currently in Beta stages and have released a RC (Release Candidate) of their Windows 7 Ultimate. Windows 7, in some versions, has a capability to run in windows XP mode, this may be what you… Read More
No. Windows 7 can be installed on a Windows XP system, as long as it meets the minimum requirements. However, it must be a clean install; a direct upgrade from Windows XP is not possible.
Downgrade it, you can use a Windows XP install disk to undo the Windows 7 one.
Windows 7 is newer.
No. Windows CE is not typically run on the same types of hardware as Windows XP or Windows 7. There is also no Windows CE version of the setup program on the Windows XP or Windows 7 discs, so even if the hardware was compatible, you'd have to do a clean install.
Windows XP and Windows 7 both use the same file system by default: NTFS.
Windows XP was released in August 2001 whist Windows 7 was released to manufacturer in July 2009 with retail release being October 2009. So Windows XP is around 8 years older than Windows 7.
Not directly they're two different operating systems XP being the older one windows 7 being the new one. But most Xp programs Are compatible With Windows Seven........ In fact I cant think of one that isn't. This is coming from a Basic Programmer. Both windows xp and windows 7 are independent from each other. If you are asking will a windows XP program run on windows 7 then the answer will vary by program. There… Read More
no, only can on a windows XP computer:(
I use windows 7 ultimate and i use *windows xp mode* which you can download if windows 7 is genuine
You'll probably have to reinsert the "Windows XP SP_ Installation Disc" and restart the installation again, and redo the events you did the last installation, until the Partitions screen occurs/appears (In Windows XP Installation Process), and select the Partition on which you previously chose to install Windows, and the select it to be formatted using NTFS file system as you did in the last setup. This will cause the partition to be formatted with NTFS… Read More
If you have perform a Custom install from windows xp to windows 7. You can speak to a technical support at 1 800 936 5700. They will guide you in reverting back to windows xp using windows.old folder in your computer. However, If you have perform a clean format install, then, Install windows xp using windows xp installation disc...
Yes you can windows 7 has what is on windows xp and more.
windows xp, windows 7, and windows vista
There is no "XP version of Skype." Skype provides a single Windows binary that runs on Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
windows 7 is a more advanced OS with better visual styles and less bugs and it crashes less. It is possible to change windows xp to windows 7 for free.
Windows xp will not install on sata hdd it's detected by bios and windows it's formatted then restarts to install windows but does not install it?
Windows xp does not have native support for SATA interface (except SP3). You have to download SATA interface driver from the motherboard/computer website and use F6 installation procedure.
It is fully compatible with Windows Vista, and Windows 7 Professional + Ultimate have XP mode, where it boots XP like an application.
You cannot upgrade from XP directly to Windows 7. You must upgrade to Vista first, or perform a new installation.
XP and 7 supports file sharing through network or any Windows supported storage device.
You can play games made for Windows XP on Windows 7-upgraded/Windows 7-installed PCs and notebooks depending on whether or not the game meets the same requirements as the edition of Windows 7 you currently have does.
it is the seventh NT that windows has put out (3.0,95,98,2000/ME,XP,Vista,Windows 7)
Most XP drivers from what I've seen so far work great in Windows 7. XP drivers for the most part work much better in Windows 7 than under Vista. Oddly, even older signed XP drivers work fine in Windows 7 without driver signing warnings.
Windows 7 is an upgrade of windows XP. I prefer windows XP mainly because im used to the software such as office 2003. Windows 7's office 2007 is much harder to use and takes a lot longer to get used to.. Comparing them both, i would say windows 7 is a downfall to Microsoft, they could of done a lot better with everything to be quite honest. Windows xp is the better option in my… Read More
If you own Windows 7 professional, you can install a virtual copy of Windows XP which you can download from windows updates. If you don't have a copy of the professional version you can download VMware's or SUN micro's free virtual machine and install a copy of XP on to that and run it within windows 7.
No. Windows XP is a downgrade.