Talk:HP/TC1100/Windows Vista Installation Notes
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- Video playback under Vista appears to consume up to 100% more CPU. (The 'Recorded TV' samples use 30-40% under XP, 60+% under Vista), although this may be a (display) driver issue.
- Although the video does not work by default under Media Centre, the same samples play back fine under Media Player
- The WildPackets Wireless driver can also be used as an alternate driver for HP's Atheros based 802.11 a/b/g card - although this may not interoperate correctly with the QMenu.
Vista Audio Drivers
Conexant CX20468-31 AC97 Audio Driver
Type: Driver - Audio Version: 188.8.131.5240 B (31 Mar 2005) Operating System(s): Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Professional File name: sp30157.exe (980 KB)
Conexant CX20468-31 AC97 Audio Driver EQ
Type: Driver - Audio Version: 01 A (31 Mar 2005) Operating System(s): Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Professional File name: sp30158.exe (316 KB)
SD Card Works
Got this note from Pirnie.
- I finally got the SD card working. Quite by accident, I think.
- I downloaded the driver patch from Microsoft, unpacked the files, and manually copied the files to the Windows System 32 directory. Then I uninstalled the existing drivers, and had windows search for new drivers. Don't know if this is related, but I also had a San Disk USB drive installed when Windows searched for new drives. In the SD slot I had a 512 Mb card.
- Vista found the drivers, installed them, and saw the SD card.
- I don't claim any knowledge as to what I did correctly, but it's working, for now.
WNewquay 04:11, 17 October 2007 (GMT-8)
As a completely unrelated note, if you are looking for some eye candy, you might consider dual-booting Linux. I managed to get Compiz Fusion to work on TC1100 under Debian and Ubuntu. Compiz Fusion has plugins that look exactly like the Flip 3D switcher in Vista and some more interesting ones. The performance is good enough to use Compiz in daily work. I do not however recommend playing movies with Compiz enabled because of tearing issues. I posted some info on at the Linux Questions wiki. The only things that I didn't manage to get to work are the stylus-activated buttons (I have some clues about how to do that, but this requires hacking the Wacom driver) and the SD card reader. --Tweenk 06:27, 27 November 2007 (GMT-8)
i used the driver from http://www.station-drivers.com/page/texas-ins.htm, the one marked texas Instruments PCIxx20 integrated FlashMedia ((Media Card Reader)). works well using compatability for xp sp2 user kpatj, 19 feb 2008
Windows XP Pro and Windows XP Tablet PC instalation
For the past 5 days I have been trying to install Windows XP on my tablet pc hp 1100. So far, no luck. The problem that I am having is that when I come to the part "setup.exe" the install option is not avalible. This is happening even if it is from the cd on the server, if the cd was copyed on a partition on the tablet pc, or even if the copy of the cd is on the flash drive. I have tryed almost everithing, I even installed it on another pc, and then cloned the hard drive, still no luck. I used a program to pre install the windows on the HDD as a USB jump drive, and then returned the hdd to the tablet pc, still no luck.... I have tryed almost everithing u can tink of, no luck... HELP ME, please, anyone, help me to install it. for contact please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org