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CF30 Panasonic Tough Book

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I purchased a used CF30 in excellent shape, it has Vista on it, I want to go to XP, I have read that you MUST have the Panasonic image OS installed or you can not calibrate the touch screen and pad, is there a way to calibrate with simply a clean install of the OS??
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This is the details for the CF-30 and it states there is an option for the downgrade to XP.
http://www.panasonic.com/business/Toughbook/fully-rugged-laptops-toughbook-30-details.asp

If you register for support on the Panasonic support page you may be able to find the particular drivers that are for the CF-30. If they are available then you might be able to put XP on it, but I would question Panasonic support about how they go about downgrading to  XP on this model.
https://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/TCCHomePage?langId=-1&storeId=15001&catalogId=13401
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