Windows 8 Lenovo G580 quad Core i3 laptop to XP tutorial with hard disk replacement

Dual core i3 Ms Sherry Cheng of PC Magic Pro pointed out.

First posted
Friday February 15, 2013 15:52
Thursday August 20, 2015 15:46

Lenovo G580 Core i3 Solar powered laptop project.

Application programs installations on XP Lenovo G580 core i3

Best Buy Rocketfish MICRO BLUETOOTH® ADAPTER Tutorial.
Saturday July 13, 2013 06:29. Lenovo G560 project.

USB 3.0 hub about 4.6 GB transfer from 2.0 to 3.0 drive using $369 Lenovo Windows 8 G580 quad core i3 laptop running XP videos and time measurements.

Windows 8 Lenovo G580 running XP is under attack.

Thursday August 20, 2015 15:46

Intel Haswell/Gigabyte GA-H97-D3H 1150 motherboard
Windows xp installation tutorial

Thursday January 29, 2015 07:04

Microsoft has made its Word, Excel and Powerpoint apps for Google’s Android OS generally available, and also released new Outlook apps for Android and Apple’s iOS.

All three Office apps are available for download from Google’s Play store. The launch is a part of Microsoft’s strategy to become more cross-platform friendly across its entire portfolio of applications and services. 

Friday December 12, 2014 21:21

Windows 10 no 'loss leader' for Microsoft, but making money may rely on services

Wednesday November 26, 2014 07:38


Tuesday October 21, 2014 12:48

Java for Android book purchased. Kindle version downloaded to iPad Mine and Kindle.
One final note: These kinds of rates do vary wildly from ecosystem to ecosystem. It’s apples-to-oranges, or at least free-mobile-to-paid-desktop, but Windows 8 hasn’t even reached 14 percent of the market yet. It was released in 2012. And Windows XP, a 13-year-old piece of software, is still installed on almost 24 percent of PCs.

October 01, 2014 08:02

Windows 10?

Windows 10 should run xp apps to be really successful.

Sunday August 31, 2014 07:11

Windows 9 should run xp apps to be really successful.

Tablet sales slow as PCs find footing: IDC.

xp hardware support will likely not be dropped by Intel, AMD and BIOS vendors for app support reasons?

Friday August 22, 2014 20:51

Windows 9 inbound: Microsoft to unveil Windows 'Threshold' in September, reports say.

Wednesday August 20, 2014 17:01

HP earnings may show how much further PC rebound will bound.

Professional writers write for money. So who is paying Pressman ... or paying his employer?

Wednesday August 6, 2014 19:57

Microsoft's Surface Business Has Lost An Estimated $1.7 Billion Since Debut.

Friday July 25, 2014 07:35

3. Can Windows rebound? Windows still holds more than 90% of the PC market, but Windows 8 and 8.1 hold only around 12%, according to the web-tracking firm Net Applications.

Michael earned a BA in English from Stanford University in 2005 . Hahaha. Liberal arts 'educated' msm type.

Saturday July 19, 2014 21:018

Microsoft lays off 18,000, including half of Nokia, in largest-ever job cuts.

Hillary Talmadge niece.

Ms Ghasemi is fluent in American english. As well as Persian, of course.

Friday July 18, 2014 18:38

Liberal arts 'educated' media

Where do journalists come from? They are manufactured in America's universities in a liberal arts curriculum.

Mark Mathis

is dangerous because it can be used to sway opinion. Example.

USA Today, Tuesday July 15, 2014 PCS HANG IN TABLETS ... DON'T. Personal computer sales hold their own as XP fades away.

Microsoft lays off 18,000, including half of Nokia, in largest-ever job cuts.

500 million xp users remain.

Paid msm attack on xp? Or why would writers write 'fades away'.

Writers write for money. Very little. And are otherwise largely unemployable.

Underestimation of the power of msm is a serious mistake. MSM is dangerous.

But now can be countered with Internet, Facebook, Twitter, DISQUS.

Password invalidation appears to be a liberal arts 'educated' strategy to regain media power.

Twitter password invalidated about June 26, 2014 during three week trip to Florida.

Could not reset password. No email received from Twitter until late in the evening July 17, 2014.

No email received.

Clicked 'I don't have access to any of these'.

Finally after several hours of googling to try to discover why no email received from Twitter

password reset.

Facebook early-on invalidated passwords but quit after complaints filed.

DISQUS too claimed violation of rules to stop comment posting on large-scale solar generation of electricity alleged scam/fraud but then largely quit.

Liberal arts 'educated' are going into wind, solar, other altenergies, coal bashing, ... in addition to Windows 7 and 8 promotion.

used to find full URL for above jpgs.

Hahaha too.

MSM media manipulators.

Friday May 23, 2014 16:00

China is banning Windows 8 devices from at least some government IT purchases, in a mysterious move that took Microsoft off guard.China is banning Windows 8 devices from at least some government IT purchases, in a mysterious move that took Microsoft off guard.

Wednesday May 15, 2014 06:19

Articles like below are are written for economic reason. To convince you to abandon xp.

Microsoft is likely, or surely, paying the author to write. Or why would this dimwit write below?

For fun?
This is the first Patch Tuesday since the end of support for Windows XP and Office 2003. Even though Microsoft provided an update one week ago for all Windows versions, including Windows XP, this time they followed through on policy and did not release updates for Windows XP even though one of the updates patched today is critical and likely affects Windows XP.

Fear liberal arts 'educated' mainstream meda.
Where do journalists come from? They are manufactured in America's universities
in a liberal arts curriculum.

Mark Mathis

Do not fear the enemy, for your enemy can only take your life. It is far better that you fear the media, for they will steal your HONOR. That awful power, the public opinion of a nation, is created in America by a horde of ignorant, self-complacent simpletons who failed at ditching and shoemaking and fetched up in journalism on their way to the poorhouse.

Mark Twain
Thursday May 1, 2014 21:13
Microsoft has said users of its Windows XP operating system will also get the security update it has issued to fix a flaw in the Internet Explorer browser.

Windows 7 replacement of 8 offered by Lenovo ... as well as xp :).

Liberal arts 'educated' media types attempting to write off about 45 million lines of code used by about 500 million users, which includes governments, DOD, and businesses, may run into difficulties?

Windows xp future?.

Tuesday April 29, 2014 12:37

Microsoft appears to be working itself into niche markets with 7 and 8?
MacAfee/Intel now offers xp security support for xp.
Subject: RE: Ms Gilmore did not respond
Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2014 10:00:39 -0400
From: B. Joyce Gilmore

Hello Bill –

Thank you for your interest in the McAfee webcast. We’re sorry you weren’t able to attend the live event.

Here is the link to the podcast of the webcast, and attached is a pdf of the webcast slides:

If you’d like to view the webcast archive, you can do so at this link:

Best regards,


Then there is

Monday April 28, 2014 11:57

IE was so buggy and malware-invested that we switched to Firefox.
Hackers are already exploiting a new Internet Explorer flaw. Microsoft promises a fix -- but not for Windows XP.
Sunday April 27, 2014 11:33

Office Depot techles Logan, Trevor and previously-satisfied customer bill discuss
Windows 8, 7 and xp
on April 25, 2014 at the San Pedro store.

xp users?

and Facebook friend Rozi Arab.

Ms Gilmore did not respond.

Monday January 20, 2014 11:03

Friday April 18, 2014 06:47
Avast had previously reported that 23.6 percent of its users were still running Windows XP. In the days before Microsoft ended support of Windows XP on April 8, Avast surveyed close to 165,000 of those users. The results, released in in a blog post on Monday, indicate that 27 percent of Avast’s Windows XP users don’t plan on doing anything, even though Windows XP systems are theoretically vulnerable to attack from hitherto unreported vulnerabilities.

Not Microsoft security vulnerability?

OpenSSL is a widely-used implementation of SSL, used in a diverse array of devices to secure Internet communications. Websites and online services are working diligently to patch and update in response to the Heartbleed threat, but browsers, applications, and connected devices that rely on OpenSSL are also potentially vulnerable to Heartbleed and/or Reverse Heartbleed.

Thursday April 17, 2014 06:59

Intel sells hardware.

Selling windows 7 or 8 may not benefit Intel.

500 million may wish to upgrade hardware for speed or reduced power reasons?

And still run softrware which predates 7 and 8?

xp goal was to run software which predated it!

Alireza Javid Nia.

With the end of support for Windows XP, Microsoft is taking an above-average number of approaches to scare people away from continuing to use it.

Macafee/Avnet an Intel company xp support.

500 million potential customers?

Tuesday April 15, 2014 07:04

Windows 7 and 8 future are both in danger because of Facebook

If your Windows version doesn't run

then relegate it to a niche OS to be used only with specialize apps.

Like apps which require a 64 bit OS and SSE instructions.

Ehsan Molavi.

Can Microsoft rescue Windows?


DOD applications depend on xp. And 8087 support.

End of support Microsoft malware pop-up may be viewed as treason?

Friday April 11, 2014 17:13

Sunday April 13, 2014 17:04

Hello Mr Marvin,

Please ack.


Don’t waste your money trying to upgrade your Windows XP PC.


Windows’ identity crisis

Windows has always been the operating system of the people, providing every capability its broad customer base might want. The result is generally messy, but for the most part Microsoft has gotten it right... eventually.

On the surface, Windows 8 and 8.1 seem to follow the same pattern Microsoft has inadvertently fallen into over the years. Windows 98 was a hit. Windows ME added too many moving parts, and Windows XP cleaned them up. Windows 7 restored users’ faith in the wake of Vista, and then Windows 8 departed from convention with a new touch interface that continues to confuse and frustrate desktop users.

Many are heralding Windows 9 as the savior, but there’s no guarantee it will right the ship. The circumstances have fundamentally changed, and Microsoft needs to rethink its philosophy.

Windows 8’s Metro makeover wasn’t driven by user desire, but by a reaction to the rapidly shifting mobile-first OS market. The “One Microsoft” strategy, extending the live tile interface across Windows for the desktop, tablet and smartphone, worked in theory, but in reality it didn’t go far enough in optimizing the mobile experience while simultaneously alienating desktop-based business users.

Windows 8.1 and its forthcoming Update 1 are Microsoft’s way of saying sorry, by once again pandering to the criticism of the masses. The update addresses customer feedback by clumping Windows 8 Metro and desk-top versions together with some quick fixes and the option to switch between interfaces. In so doing, however, Microsoft has compromised any sort of unified design while making the experience even more disjointed.

Microsoft needs to make up its mind. Will it stick with the one OS strategy, or let the desktop and mobile versions of Windows stand on their own?

There are too many platforms and too wide a cross-section of users to make every customer happy, so Microsoft should stop trying. Whether Windows 9 aims to create one truly universal user experience or strike a balance between two, Microsoft must pick a direction and stick to its guns.

Trying to bridge two worlds with one OS has made no one happy.

Software Development Times, April 2014, Issue No. 300, page 11.

Windows XP support will be available after April 8—just not for you.

Malwarebytes version 2 exercised.

Thursday April 10, 2014 07:45

Microsoft attempts to force abandonment of xp, malware, and possible future lack of electricity and
increased cost
may threaten the future of personal computing and even economies?

Switch 7 or 8 is expensive, disruptive and large unnecessary for most.

Desktop AMD 9950 quad core running xp and running Malwarebytes and Comcast Norton.

Microsoft malware pop-up appeared on Toshiba L505D and Lenovo G560 laptop.

G560 is running licenced Malwarebytes PRO.

Malwarebytes reinstalled on Wednesday April 9, 2014 instead of updating database.

click here.

As of April 8, 2014, support and updates for Windows XP are no longer available. Don't let your PC go unprotected.  

What do I get with Windows 8.1? [An expensive incompetent mess.]

Wind and large-scale solar generation of electricity need subsidies to exist. Thus the increased
cost of electricity.

And both produce erratic power output.

Microsoft's cutoff of XP support prompted more organizations to upgrade to new computers, but PC shipments still dropped during the first quarter, say research firms IDC and Gartner.

Where do journalists come from? They are manufactured in America's universities
in a liberal arts curriculum.

Mark Mathis

MSM should not be believed.

Tuesday April 8, 2014 12:00

Microsoft will end support for the persistently popular Windows XP on Tuesday, and the move could put everything from the operations of heavy industry to the identities of everyday people in danger.

An estimated 30 percent of computers being used by businesses and consumers around the world are still running the 12-year-old operating system.

Rest in Peace, Windows XP. 8 stillborn.

Monday April 7, 2014 07:10

The Dutch government has followed the United Kingdom’s lead, signing a multimillion Euro deal with Microsoft for the company to continue providing support for its Windows XP systems.


Embedded Controller Forth ... ad seen at right.

American Genocide next book?

Friday April 4, 2014 10:57

Windows XP still going strong despite looming end of support deadline.

Ehsan Molav.

Thursday April 3, 2014 14:34

MATLAB and MAPLE don't work on 7 or 8 but only xp, bill was told at lunch by a numerical analyst.

April 15, 2014

System Requirements – Release R2014a.


Microsoft business ploy may be twarted by MacAfee/Avnet, Malwarebytes, and others?
On April 8, 2014, Microsoft closes the book on the Windows XP era after more than 12 years on the job. The software giant will cut off support, ending the crucial practice of issuing security updates in a move may prove potentially dangerous for small businesses that rely on the operating system.

MSM Writers are paid to try to scare users to switch, not upgrade, to Windows 8.

Microsoft paying?

Switch to 7, not 8, from xp may be required if Microsoft malwares xp?

Microsoft malwared Office 2000 Word to try to force upgrade to Office 2007.

Office Depot employee Joey Dias reinstalled 2000 on Lenovo N500 to fix Microsoft malware virus attack.

Wednesday April 2, 2014 09:28

xp support webinar was good.

Here's audio.

You may download the slides in PDF format here:

Saturday March 29. 2014 20:29

Microsoft is currently offering its Windows XP users $100, but there's a catch.

Those who are eligible for the latest Microsoft deal can only redeem the store credit if they agree to update to a new Windows 8 computer.

This $100 promotion is part of Microsoft's attempt to get the last remaining Windows XP users off of the old operating system and into the hands of Microsoft's latest PCs. Windows XP currently stands as a 13-year-old Microsoft operating system.

Sunday March 16, 2014 20:55

The real problem (for Microsoft) is not that Windows XP is three generations old, having been succeeded by Vista, Windows 7 and now Windows 8. It's that despite the company's best efforts to bump it off, XP is still the OS on nearly one-third of all Windows computers. And the refusal of users to abandon it is hurting sales of Windows 8.

Monday March 12, 2014 17:43

End of Support for Windows XP.

Saturday March 8, 2014 21:15

Microsoft Corp. will stop issuing updates after April 8.

General Information, Main Line Ph: (310) 337-5200

Malwarebytes saved our 6 xp computers, not Microsoft updates.

Windows XP Holdouts Get Ready To Go Over Support Cliff.

Heuristc malware fix requires xp reinstall with new disk.

Anita Langley.

Data may interfer with Leo's business plans?

Monday February 17, 2014 12:21

Visited Office Depot on San Pedro to deliver.

Windows 8 Lenovo G580 running xp appears fixed.

Windows 8.1 tour by employee revealed that clicking Sart on 8.1 kicks back into 8.0.

Employee unimpressed.

Windows 7 over 8 support by HP and Lenovo discussed.

Sunday February 16, 2014 08:50

64 bit hardware with SSE extensions Windows 7, not 8, is the way to go for work such as

A different document from 2013 revealed that the Australian Signals Directorate had acquired around 1.8 million encrypted master keys, used for protecting private communications from the Telkomsel mobile telephone network in Indonesia.

32 xp bit xp should be avoided here.

But we are not doing this type of work any more.
public key is easy to break payne.

The black and white test of cryptographic algorithms.
So xp works fine.

64 bit with SSE extensions running 7 or 8 is expensive over-kill for most work ... including CAD/CAE.

Thursday February 13, 2014 10:18

Windows XP End of Life.

Wednesday February 12, 2014 19:14

Tuesday February 11, 2014 19:08

Mood music.

Leo Notenboom writes,

Windows 95 and 98 did not operate in the protected mode. No, not little, protection against Internet malware.

NT and 2000 used protected mode operations so some security possible.

xp is an upgrade to 2000. Windows XP contains 47 million source lines of code.
Around 5,000 perople work on windows. That's a pretty basic number and really depends on what you define asn Windows.
Windows 7 can be a 64 bit operating system.

Windows 8 simply sucks, you can read below.

Software vendors want to make money, your money, by trying to force downgrade from xp to 7.

Downgrade? Yup. 7 professional purchase required to run xp. :)

7 professional runs on our Toshiba L505D. And therefore, Forth86.

Office 2007 purchased for L505D. That's when we learned that Outlook is not part of Office 2007.

Only a trial version. Microsoft wanted money for Outlook.

That's when we installed Thunderbird.

L505 was underused because such programs as Textbridge pro, Epson Control Panel which run EPSON PERFECTION 1250 scanner, Printscreen 95 V7 ... didn't work on 7.

L505 disk replaced a upgraded to xp by Joey Dias at Office Depot on San Pedro.

Now we get some use out of the L505D testing software and hardware.

Engineer neighbor Nathan is a CAD/CAM software user.

Some CAD/CAM software companies refused to 'upgrade' their software to run under 7, Nathan reports.

No advantage. xp has 8087 support. 32 bits is apparently sufficient.

These CAD/CAM users are IBM customers. And IBM does the software for Lenovo.

Be prepared to spend significant money for downgrade from xp to 7 with new software and hardware purchases with little, if any, improvement.

Ms Sherry Cheng of PCMagic Pro reported that new hardware will run about 10/11 faster older hardware and will not run xp.

Tuesday February 4, 2014 10:55

Leo Notenboom writes,
I don’t have installation media for Windows. What if I need it? At some point, you're going to need your Windows installation CD/DVD. If you don't have it, you could be severely out of luck. I'll review alternatives.

Copy of xp used to upgrade :) Windows 8 Lenovo G580 to xp was used for Lenovo Windows 7, Toshiba L505D, and AMD 9950 WD 1TB desktop.

xp disk appears to be generic. The drivers are NOT!
Windows 7 recovery disks made for Lenovo G560.
Windows 7 disk replaced for xp upgrade :) to xp on Toshiba L505D.
Desktop core i5 or 7 running 7 purchase under consideration to test USB 3.0 hardware.

Thursday January 30, 2014

Monday January 20, 2014 12:26

HP's decision to bring back Windows 7 for its PC due to "popular demand" could be another headache for whoever succeeds Ballmer as Microsoft CEO

Adinasu Ayele.

Sunday January 19, 2014 16:38

Microsoft’s change of heart to provide antimalware signatures for Windows XP by extending the operating system’s support from Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE). In Microsoft Changes Its Mind about Security Essentials for Windows XP, the company reversed a decision made just the week before.

Windows XP support ends on April 8, 2014. Once that date hits Microsoft will stop providing security and operating system updates. That’s it. No more. Kaput. Finale. The End.

But, Microsoft understands that many some are stuck with Windows XP after the drop-dead date for a number of reasons beyond their control. Most companies are currently embroiled in some phase of migration, with the majority of companies migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7 (not Windows 8). R

Friday January 17, 2014 13:23

Intel Corp. (INTC:US), the world’s largest chipmaker, forecast first-quarter revenue that may fall short of some analysts’ estimates as corporate demand fails to reignite personal-computer sales.

Subject at lunch Friday January 10, 2014,2817,2429647,00.asp

CES 2014: Intel demos Edison, an x86 PC the size of an SD card

Intel bungs PC on an SD: Tiny computer for Internet of Things and wearables

Who's right?

Intel Expects to Lower Work Force by 5% in 2014

Krzanich, for example, is boosting Intel’s efforts to target chips for wearable devices, as well as smartphones and tablets.

Wednesday January 15, 2014 07:58

Switch from xp to 7 or 8 unwise likely unless highly-specialized DSP numircal computations are requried.

But you must be careful about chipset since many X86 don't implement SSEx instructions.

Intel DDEx chipset instructions have destroyed the DSP business.

xp is probably preferable for ordinary 8087 numerical computations - like the US military uses.

Microsoft _asm eclipses PC/ASSEMBLER. But uses similar local label syntax.

Leo Nottenboom's advice to 'upgrade' from xp to 7 or 8 may be bad economic advice which may lead to eventual ruin.

upgrade?. Yup. Windows 7 home must be upgraded to professional to run xp. :)
SSEx instructions are impressive.

But so are the ARM 9's apparently with 32 128 bit floating point registers.

Too early to call a winner?

Monday January 13, 2014 05:51

Windows 9, as the next version is reported to be called, is no doubt a push to get more people to make the switch to the new Windows that Microsoft has so much riding on. The adoption to the current phase of Windows hasn't been great, according to Paul Thurrott of WinSuperSite.

Epson malware fraud?

Saturday January 11, 2014 07:00

China's Lenovo Group had the dubious honor of shipping the most personal computers in 2013, a year that is officially the worst in the industry's history.

Tuesday December 3, 2013 07:19

Based on latest figures from research firm IDC, the PC market will decline even further as this year's shipments will plummet by 10.1 percent, down from the previous projection of 9.7 percent. ...

"The Windows-based tablet market is expected to grow to 39.3 million units in 2017 from less than 7.5 million in 2013 and less than 1 million in 2011," according to IDC's Loren Loverde.

[Will xp work on these?]

Wednesday October 30, 2013 21:13

Windows XP security issues after April 8, 2014?

Windows 8 audio.

No XP security issues after April 8, 2014.

Third party software vendors will handle security on XP. Like Malwarebytes and others.

Commerical virus attacks documentation.

And these guys are better at plugging security holes and fixing problems than Microsoft or
Symantec/Norton Security Suite.

No college or university 'education' will help. This stuff not taught in colleges or universities.

Security issues emphasized by speakers appears to be merely a sales gimmick for their own business interests.

Regards InformationWeek and Pomeroy,

BA [mathematics] 1959 Whitman College
MS, PhD 1964 Purdue University
Computer Science faculty Washington State University 1966-79
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1972-3
Sandia National laboratories microcontroller hardware/software designer 1980-92
Windows C/C++/assembler vxd/wdm ISO-certified device driver writer 1992-02
Author: Embedded Controller Forth for the 8051 Family


Hemingway was contemptuous of writers who, as he put it, “never learned how to say no to a typewriter.

Microsoft’s Windows 8.1, the “do-over” operating system that Microsoft hopes will win back its fan base, is finally here.

Early Thursday morning [October 17, 2013], Microsoft published the Windows 8.1 update to the Windows Store within Windows 8, following the OS’s release last month to its two IT channels, TechNet and MSDN. There will be no automatic update: Microsoft representatives told PCWorld that consumers must manually visit the Windows Store and download Windows 8.1 themselves.

Do you want it? Absolutely. [And you will also want new peripherals and new software too. For a price, of course.]

Windows 8.1, in it's vaguely ambitious futility, is a perfect capstone to the Ballmer era.

Monday October 21, 2013 10:01

Norton antivirus crashes on XP.

Symantek solution is to run Norton Power Eraser followed by Norton Removal Tool.

Microsoft security balloon warns that computer is now unprotected video.

IBM reported third-quarter earnings with a revenue miss of nearly $1 billion, sparking a sell-off in after-hours trading. The company blamed most of the revenue shortfall on a 40% drop in hardware sales in China, as the country gets ready to implement a new economic plan in November.

HooToo USB 3.0 PCI-E Card Problems and Solution with garbage Internet sofware comments.

Windows installation disk possession is important for disk replacement!
PC business still waning as Microsoft's Windows 8 fails to lift it [Mistatement]

Lenovo overtakes HP as the top seller, as worldwide shipments fall by more than 10% year on year in the second quarter

The question some commentators are asking is: If the predicted uptick in sales didn’t work after Ivy Bridge/Win8, what’s different this time around?

Well, El Reg has done a deep technical dive into Haswell here and here, but to cut a long story short, the 22nm Tri-Gate chips are touted as offering 50 per cent more battery life for notebooks than Ivy Bridge and double the graphics performance, with power consumption as low as 6W (SDP) – the biggest “generational leap” in Intel’s history.

What that means effectively is over 9 hours of active use battery life and up to 13 days on standby in some models, with wakeup speeds eight times faster than in a four year old machine running a Core i5 processor, Chipzilla said.

4th June 2013

Lenovo, the world’s second-largest PC maker by shipments, has warned of a difficult first half of this year but forecast a turnround of the PC market later this year.
Lenovo quad Core i3 G580 consumes about 13W idle while Lenovo G560 dual core P6100 37W.

G580 is about twice as fast as G560. Video work mostly done on G560. Hard disk about filled!

Both are impressive laptops.

Windows XP installation on G560 Windows 7 laptop was primary reason for purchase.

Windows XP installation on G580 Windows 8 laptop was primary reason for purchase.

G580 can be solar powered evidence mounts. :)

Solar charge controller User's Manual: English version

On the surface, the change in fortunes seems perverse; mobile phones are expanding in Mexico whereas Microsoft’s biggest weapon Windows 8 is a dud.

Friday February 15, 2013 XP installation to replace Windows 8 on Lenovo G580 tutorial.

Summary video.
Windows XP relevant articles.

The Motivator Behind the Windows 2000 Development Team.

Windows source lines of code.

2000 more than 29.000,000
XP                   45,000,000
MAC OS X 10.4  86,000,000

Mythical Man-Month by Fredrick Brooks is required reading.

YouCam 5 running on Lenovo G580 XP low-power laptop.

Youcam 5 initial failure caused by VGA driver problem. Fix was to install Lenovo/Intel VGA driver.

IBM/Lenovo PC business strategy revealed.

Dire warnings from Washington about a "cyber Pearl Harbor" envision a single surprise strike from a formidable enemy that could destroy power plants nationwide, disable the financial system or cripple the U.S. government. [Nuclear carrier cooling system faiiure missed by MSM?]

These guys are dangerous. Smart. Pissed. And have more expertise than anything the US government can rally to try to combat them.

Different legion.

They are anonymous.

And in trouble as of Thursday September 3, 2014

13 alleged hackers indicted in attacks on sites unkind to file sharing, WikiLeaks

Command and Control: Nuclear Weapons, the Damascus Accident, and the Illusion of Safety

nsa lawsuit morales payne

We are Visible. WD 1TB XP installation.

Computer with preloaded software with no backup system disk is a terrible idea for the reason what we're doing can't be done.

Saturday February 16, 2013

BIOS changes to install XP on a Windows 8 laptop.
BIOS menu.
Configurations 1.
Configurations 2.
Exit 1.
Exit 2.
Thursday February 21, 2013 11:52

'Novo' button pressed.

Reviewed BIOS setting to discover that

that UEFI should have been changed to

Fortunately was a benign mistake.

Laptop placed on placemat.

Small Phillps screwdriver from precision set used.

Two very small screws near battery removed

then bottom cover slid forward and placed aside.

Two very small screws removed to remove disk. See hole on WD 500GB disk frame.

Tweezers can be used to hold the screws at start of insertion. But be careful not to squeeze to hard for reason that a screw may slip out of the jaws an get catapulted and lost.

Windows 8 disk seen in static protective bag removed by removing two screws on either side of
frame. Repacement disk then inserted into laptop and bottom cover replaced installing two screws

Screw assembly difficult, espectially for those who have BIG fingers.

Solution considered and now suggested.

Glue screw to screwdriver.
Coat screw end with

Then insert precision Phillips head screwdriver.

install screw. :)

Toilet paper will remove residue. :)

Our first installation of 2.5 inch laptop disk.

Ability to think-out solutions is more valuable than BS liberal arts 'education'?

Two copies of XP located.

Copy at right is Egyptian XP purchased from a book store in Denver. Not used yer.

Laptop started.

All BIOS work is done in one which is entered with the Tab key.

Attempts to access 2, 3, or 4 cause redirection to 1.
Three changes to BIOS from Windows 8 require modification to install XP.
Video to show these soon.

Windows XP CD inserted

Must set SATA disk Controller working mode from AHCI to Compatible, or on other laptops, IDE.

No changes made in Security

OS optimized default must be changed.


XP installation starts doing it thing automatically.

Enter keyed.


Nothing customized.

Formatting takes several hours.

More than an hour later.

Oh s...!

Office Deport employee José received key by phone for XP installation on Lenovo G560 Windows 7 laptop.

A G, not a 6?

G580 shutdown at this point pending load of Norton Antivirus from Comcast.

Driver issues may remain but the Lenovo driver web site has downloads available.

Lenovo laptops are speced by IBM, Keith Cheung told bill.

IBM does software maintenance on Lenovo laptops, bill know from personal experience with Lenovo N600.

Project planning in January. 

Wait for Ivy gate

abandon when Stony gate G580 came on CLEARANCE.

Windows 8 and power consumption were primary objectives in purchase.


Project success!

XP installation does not include drivers for Ethernet and Wireless.

Lenovo Drivers for XP must be loaded onto a Flash from

Drivers downloaded.

Lots or space left.

Start. My Computer, right click on Properties, Device Manager.

No yellow ? must be present!!!

[Reason Processors is expanded is that it appears the core i3 is a quad core?]

Strategy is to get Ethernet and Wireless drivers installed first so that you can download.

Then work at getting rid of Yellow ? marks.

Antivirus should be the first program loaded.

AVG is used in this tutorial.

Programs loaded on to G580

AVG and YouCam 5 are prompting for money. :(

Good information here.

Especially good post used in this installation.
The problem was solved this way: Start>Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs>Energy Management>Change>Modify is high lighted by default>click Next>unchecked Energy Management.

When I returned to the Power Options Properties window, cited above, it was no longer grayed out. I was able to change the settings.

Core i3, 5, 7 power

Introduction video next.

Summary video . :)


Notepad, not wordpad. Tuesday February 26, 2013 10:07

Mary Winston

Wymer is Whitman College 1958 classmate.

Ghazal Sorhabi is cousin of Yahsin Sorhabi and fluent in American English.

MSM attempt to shape news


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