Windows XP Max System Settings?

Discussion in 'Windows XP Help and Support' started by PCDesignerR, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. PCDesignerR

    PCDesignerR

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    Can anyone please kindly inform me of the maximum allowed hardware settings for Windows XP Professional (x86/x64)? Please and thank you for information!

    Max allowed RAM and level? DDR2? DDR3?
    Max allowed size and speed of HDD?
    Will Windows XP support a Raptor 10000 RPM HDD?
    What is the max resolution that Windows XP will support?
    What is the highest level of processor that Windows XP will support?

    Thanks for assistance!
     
    PCDesignerR, Jun 26, 2019
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  2. PCDesignerR

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    For x86 Windows, the max amount of RAM allowed is 4 GB. x64 supports up to 128 GB.
    Windows XP supports NTFS, which has a max partition size of 16 TB. The speed shouldn't make a difference.
    I see no reason that XP would not support your Raptor hard drive.
    If your graphics card driver has a resolution listed, XP should support it.
    XP should support any new Intel-compatible processor.
     
    Computer semi-expert, Jun 26, 2019
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