Setup Windows® XP® in Fujitsu® LifeBook PH520
How to activate, register and configure Windows XP in Fujitsu LifeBook PH520?
Fujitsu LifeBook PH520 laptop comes with an AMD Athlon processor, up to 4GB RAM and a 320GB Serial ATA hard disk. The system is equipped with an ATI Radeon HD 4225 graphics card for supporting multimedia capability. For providing network connectivity, the system consists of Bluetooth 2.1, Ethernet and wireless LAN. Fujitsu recommends Windows 7 Operating System for this model. The system is can support the Windows XP Operating System as well. In order to get full operational capacity with the Windows XP Operating System, you need to perform the setup process properly. Setup procedure involves three steps which includes activation, Registration and configuration of the Windows.
Tips to activate register and configure the Windows XP in Fujitsu LifeBook PH520 are discussed below:
- Activate Windows XP
- Register Windows XP
- Configure Windows XP
Activate Windows XP
You can activate Windows XP in your HP desktop by providing the product key of the Operating System to the Microsoft activation server. It is better if you activate Windows XP within its installation time. You can use an Internet connection or modem for activating Windows XP. You could get into the Windows Activation Wizard by clicking “Activate Windows” menu option from the 'Start' menu and click “Activate Windows over the Internet”. You can also use the phone to activate Windows XP.
Register Windows XP
When you register Windows XP, Microsoft notifies your Operating System. You can do this while activating Windows. During the Windows XP activation process you will get into a Windows registration page. By providing your name, valid email ID and your computer name you can complete the procedure for registration. After registering Windows XP, Microsoft provides you with the news about latest updates and products via emails.
For configuring Windows XP in your Fujitsu LifeBook PH520 you need to go with a clean boot. You can do it in one of two ways which includes using guided help and manually starting Windows XP with a clean boot. After logging on to Windows, you can enable or disable different features available with Windows according to your needs.