Install drivers for Windows® XP® in Sony® VAIO CW Series
Sony VAIO CW Series comes in various colors and style for its buyers. The system comes with a power configuration which includes high- end graphics processing with the NVIDIA GeForce accelerator graphics card. The system comes with an Intel i5 core processor and about 2 Gigabytes or RAM that could be expanded up to 8 Gigabytes. The hard disk space on the laptop is 250 Gigabytes, which is expandable up to 500 Gigabytes. The physical size of the laptop is about 1.5” thickness. The Sony VAIO CW series comes loaded with the Windows 7 Operating System. This could be downgraded to run the Windows XP Operating System as per the needs of the user. In order to ensure efficient working of Windows XP, you need to install it properly along with the relevant drivers on Sony VAIO CW series.
- Get Windows XP Compatible drivers
- Update the Operating System
- Update the BIOS information
Get Windows XP Compatible drivers
The drivers that are compatible with the Windows XP in Sony VAIO CW Series can be downloaded from the Internet. There are several drivers that are needed for this such as the SATA driver for the hard disk, Chipset driver, Ethernet Driver, Bluetooth Driver, Audio, Graphics and much more. The drivers need to be downloaded from a genuine source such as the Sony PC support website; this ensures that the downloaded drivers are malware free and will not cause any hardware faults.
Update the Operating System
It is possible that the Windows XP Operating System downloaded on Sony VAIO CW Series might not be the recently updated operating system. This would result in certain conflicts that might affect the normal functioning of the system. Updating the operating system to its latest service pack ensures that the operating system is compatible with all the latest hardware in the market and the one that is integrated on the underlying hardware.
At times the computer might fail to install the device drivers without following a proper sequence in the installation process. The drivers of the system must be installed in a particular order; that is the BIOS information must be installed first. After this, you should install the Intel Chipset Information. And, then follow the normal installation of device drivers relating to the hardware.