Windows® XP in Sony® VAIO F Series
Tips to uninstall Windows XP in Sony VAIO F Series
Sony VAIO F Series is especially meant for multimedia and gaming purpose.
Four variants of the same model have been released, all having a Pentium 2 processor. The screen has been kept at 15 inches width. The user always has a choice of uninstalling the operating system of his choice and installing it, as per his needs. He only needs to purchase the operating system from the retailer and run the CD or the DVD. This is a feature available in Sony VAIO F Series that will allow you to fluently uninstall this specific operating system. You would be able to uninstall Microsoft Windows XP operating system from the computer and install any other operating system, as per your choice. The steps for doing this are very simple.
The steps and benefits of uninstalling Microsoft Windows XP in Sony VAIO F Series are discussed in the following points.
- Tips for uninstalling Microsoft Windows XP
- Steps to uninstall Windows XP
Tips for uninstalling Microsoft Windows XP
While uninstalling Windows XP, we need to be aware about certain tips. We have to sign in to the computer using administration privileges. You also have a choice of installing an older version of Windows XP or a newer version. Another very important tip is to take a backup of all the necessary files, since Windows XP installation will not be able to detect the files that you may want to keep with yourself. To remove Windows XP, you must have upgraded from Windows 98, Windows 98 second edition, or Windows Millennium Edition. We need to ensure that the AC adapter is plugged into the computer, while the uninstallation process is going on so that there is no interruption due to low battery charge. It is very important, not to interrupt the process in any manner while the uninstallation is going on.
Steps to uninstall Windows XP
Restart your computer and keep on pressing the ‘F8’ key to reach the Advanced boot options menu. Once you reach there, choose ‘Safe mode option’and press the ‘Enter’ key. The safe mode will begin. Once you are there, you need to click ‘Start’ and then on the ‘Control Panel’ option. Double-click the ‘Add/Remove programs’ option. This will trigger the uninstallation process automatically.
The benefits of utilizing this feature includes saving your computer from causing any hardware driver conflicts, since some computers may not have the necessary capacity to run this operating system. By making use of this option, we can ensure that we install the most suitable operating system for our computer and avoid any error messages or interruptions, while working with the computer. By enabling the computer to uninstall this operating system completely, we could very well make sure that there are no further conflicts while another operating system is installed onto it.