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The notebook DOES runruns XP 32-bit (Pentium M doesn't support the x64 instruction set). Unlike the Core 2 Duo XP systems, you don't have a choice.
The notebook DOES runruns XP 32-bit (Pentium M doesn't support the x64 instruction set). Unlike the Core 2 Duo XP systems, you don't have a choice.
 
Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooksmost. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end processor before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it)/ AMDATI Radeon 9600 (32MB) (a little surprising since it came with such a good CPU)/512MB RAM (original)/Unknown original hard drive (Removed by the old owner)/CD-RW Combo drive.
Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooksmost. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end processor before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it)/ AMDATI Radeon 9600 (32MB) (a little surprising since it came with such a good CPU)/512MB RAM (original)/Unknown original hard drive (Removed by the old owner)/CD-RW Combo drive.
 
Most of them aren't anywhere near as nicely configured, so that's why I'm looking at retrofitting a SSD in and bypassing the problems that will come with using old hard drives.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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The notebook DOES run XP 32-bit (Pentium M doesn't support the x64 instruction set). Unlike the Core 2 Duo XP systems, you don't have a choice.
 
Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooks. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it)/ AMD Radeon 9600 (32MB) (a little surprising since it came with such a good CPU)/CD-RWCPU)/512MB RAM (original)/Unknown original hard drive (Removed by the old owner)/CD-RW Combo drive.
Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooks. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it)/ AMD Radeon 9600 (32MB) (a little surprising since it came with such a good CPU)/CD-RWCPU)/512MB RAM (original)/Unknown original hard drive (Removed by the old owner)/CD-RW Combo drive.
 
Most of them aren't anywhere near as nicely configured, so that's why I'm looking at retrofitting a SSD in and bypassing the problems that will come with using old hard drives.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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The notebook DOES run XP 32-bit (Pentium M doesn't support the x64 instruction set). Unlike the Core 2 Duo XP systems, you don't have a choice.
 
Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooks. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it) and the 32MB GPUit)/ AMD Radeon 9600 (32MB) (a little surprising since it came with the near top spec CPU) and the CD-RWsuch a good CPU)/CD-RW Combo drive. Most

Most
of them aren't anywhere near as nicenicely configured, so that's why I'm looking at retrofitting a SSD in and bypassing the problems that will come with using old hard drives.
Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooks. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it) and the 32MB GPUit)/ AMD Radeon 9600 (32MB) (a little surprising since it came with the near top spec CPU) and the CD-RWsuch a good CPU)/CD-RW Combo drive. Most

Most
of them aren't anywhere near as nicenicely configured, so that's why I'm looking at retrofitting a SSD in and bypassing the problems that will come with using old hard drives.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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The notebook DOES run XP 32-bit. The Pentium32-bit (Pentium M doesn't support the x64 instruction setset). Unlike the Core 2 Duo XP systems, you don't have a choice.
The notebook DOES run XP 32-bit. The Pentium32-bit (Pentium M doesn't support the x64 instruction setset). Unlike the Core 2 Duo XP systems, you don't have a choice.
 
Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooks. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it) and the 32MB GPU (a little surprising since it came with the near top spec CPU) and the CD-RW Combo drive. Most of them aren't anywhere near as nice, so that's why I'm looking at retrofitting a SSD in and bypassing the problems that will come with using old hard drives.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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The notebook DOES run XP 32-bit. The Pentium M doesn't support the x64 instruction set. Unlike the Core 2 Duo XP systems, you don't have a choice.
 
Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooks. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it) and the 32MB GPU (a little surprising since it came with the near top spec CPU) and the CD-RW Combo drive.

Most
Most of them aren't anywhere near as nice, so that's why I'm looking at theretrofitting a SSD retrofitin and bypassing the problems that will come with using old hard drives.
Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooks. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it) and the 32MB GPU (a little surprising since it came with the near top spec CPU) and the CD-RW Combo drive.

Most
Most of them aren't anywhere near as nice, so that's why I'm looking at theretrofitting a SSD retrofitin and bypassing the problems that will come with using old hard drives.

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The notebook DOES run XP 32-bit. The Pentium M doesn't support the x64 instruction set. Unlike the Core 2 Duo XP systems, you don't have a choice.

Mine has a higher end configuration than most Pentium M notebooks. 1.6GHz Pentium M (1.7 was the original top end before the 1.8-2GHz options came later; my 2005 production unit probably never seen it) and the 32MB GPU (a little surprising since it came with the near top spec CPU) and the CD-RW Combo drive.

Most of them aren't anywhere near as nice, so that's why I'm looking at the SSD retrofit.

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