How can I install Windows XP on UEFI motherboard with USB.

Discussion in 'Windows XP Installation and Setup' started by Misa, Feb 3, 2019.

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    Misa

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    My old pc runs Windows 7 64 bit but it's not very well. So I wanna install WinXP but I can't. I tried to install in NTFS and FAT32. In FAT32, BIOS sees UEFI, so it can't install. In NTFS, BIOS sees Generic Flash Disk bla bla, but if i try boot with that, i see blinking underscore, so nothing. That PC doesn't have CD-ROM, I need to install with USB.

    THX.

    GIGABYTE H61M
    2GB RAM
    Intel Core i3
    --doesn't have graphic card *lol*--
     
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    Yeah, I enabled Legacy mode and IDE in BIOS. I can install Win7 and Win8.1 with USB but I can't install WinXP.

    I'll check links now.
     
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