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Yes, In theory.

 

LTT actually did a video like that for Windows 10.

It would have to be super fast, and it still might not work..


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you can do it yet, but its a horrible experience. 

 

 


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Just now, LlamaFamah said:

Yes, In theory.

 

LTT actually did a video like that for Windows 10.

It would have to be super fast, and it still might not work..

Yea... Well, this laptop only needs to run youtube and stuff.... And only on xp I have drivers for it

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1 minute ago, George_Bud said:

Yea... Well, this laptop only needs to run youtube and stuff.... And only on xp I have drivers for it

It would probably work.

You would need to clone another drive onto it to keep your OS


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, LlamaFamah said:

It would probably work.

You would need to clone another drive onto it to keep your OS

how do I do that ? got any suggestions or should I see on youtube what I found ?

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7 minutes ago, George_Bud said:

how do I do that ? got any suggestions or should I see on youtube what I found ?

LTT has a vid on it


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You can but it's not a very good experience, it'll be easier just to make a VM of Windows XP. 


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You should look into using Linux instead. Ubuntu for example works nicely with old XP machines.


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