Updating to window xp
Also make sure your PC’s processor is compatible with Windows 8 to avoid receiving “Your PC’s CPU isn’t compatible with Windows 8” error during installation.Procedure: Step 1: Switch on your PC and boot into Windows XP.All installed programs and Windows settings will be deleted.Also note that users who are running Windows XP 32-bit won’t be able to upgrade to Windows 8 x64.
For example, the new Office takes advantage of the modern Windows and will not run on Windows XP.
But Support refuses to answer any direct question, instead telling me some nebulous path exists and I must simply upgrade to the latest Service Packs and then run their vaunted Upgrade Assistant.
Finally, I also have the Win8 Consumer Preview software on a USB drive (which originally bridged the upgrade from XP to Win 8).
Step 3: Open up the DVD drive and double-click on file to launch the setup.
And if you are using the bootable USB, open the USB drive and then do a double-click on file to run the setup.