Many kudos from me, too! I picked up a Dell Zino HD 410 with the lowest specs not too long ago: Athelon II X2 P340 and integrated Radeon HD 4250 preloaded with Win 7 Home Premium. Unfortunately it had zero hardware support for XP out of the box. But motherboard (Mobility 880G/SB820) and DVD drive worked alright and installed XP Pro without undue fuss (did have to change AHCI to ATA in BIOS first or simply faced BSOD). The next challenge was Ethernet driver, which wasn't by any means difficult once I found out the maker (Atheros AR8151) and went to their site. Power to them for supporting XP still. The bigger challenge, which in my mind was inexcusable, was ATI's display driver for integrated HD 4250. This is where dansrfe's "modding" shined through, at least I believe for me. So far the little Zino HD is running XP like a charm, albeit with no sound and no "SM Bus controller" drivers. I am not worried about the sound as I don't think there is anything a USB sound bar couldn't fix and I don't need sound anyway for my purposes (otherwise I wouldn't be running XPP in the first place). What the missing "SM Bus controller" driver will hold for the system over the long run I am not sure. Time will tell. I just want to share the following with respect to using dansrfe's mods: Added to CX111984.inf this line: <"ATI MOBILITY RADEON HD 4250" = ati2mtag_RS880, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_9715>. Browsing to the "XP_INF" directory on my USB or HDD doesn't work for me and it still could not locate the driver despite the line above. But installing manually from a "Have Disk" option and then choose "Mobility Radeon HD 4250" from the list works. Be sure not to bury the files too deep in a directory system as there is a maximum character length limit of "88" characters. I found that out the hard way. All I needed was the "XP_INF" directory really as I have no use for CCC. I only install CCC on my other machines with dual monitors that rotate. Currently it is working well on 1680 x 1050. Routine browsing has no issues. Logmein works. There has so far been no instability of any sort after a half day's running. The goal is try it on a 1920 x 1200 monitor in short order. Once again, I just bumbled through and I am not at all sure what I did even made sense or if it was just dumb luck. But thanks a lot to dansrfe and others who offered tips!