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Posted 04 June 2017 - 06:33 PM
Posted 04 June 2017 - 06:53 PM
You can't expect XP to boot if you move it between computers with different hardware and I doubt XP has the drivers for the advanced hardware of the 9010.
Even if you could get it to boot from the different hardware From this video it seems the 9010 has UEFI/SecureBoot enabled when installed with Windows 10. In order to boot from a UEFI enabled computer the disk drive has to be initialized as GPT vs MBR. XP cannot boot from a GPT disk on a UEFI enabled computer. Your only chance to boot XP would be if you disabled SecureBoot and enabled Legacy CSM boot along with enabling the Legacy Boot Menu each time you wanted to boot XP. Not practical even if XP could be booted on the 9010.
If you have the RAM the best option may be to download Virtual Box and install XP into a Virtual Machine.
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