or w10 64?
and using who's media kit HP or MS? wow, no hint there. wow.
why not ask HP .this.
if you want the drivers to work ask HP.
the rules at MS are even more strict now.
MS 32bit has one set of rules
and 64bit vastly more strict, (for reasons of security)
8 year old PC, it is, and matters !
are you in the USA ,like us?
did you buy it here? support varies by PC, country and OS.
it looks like a cheap AIO PC, all in one PC. that is IMO toy grade.
and the HP pages here on it show near zero support.
HP new Website is a mess, but here is the first pages that hit.
HP should rename itself to DEAD links dot com.... no really.
Dell has them beat miles here. GO DELL.COM
HP has no brains for link redirection usage, sadly..... for 3 years now.https://support.hp.com/us-en/products/desktops/omni-desktops
they show no model like yours of the 29 listed there.
why? seems the first ones sold were year 2009
so is now 10 years old by their terms
and at 10 years HP loves to delete support at that year.
and says so on page 1.
it is rare here in usa.
I see one sold for $1 here, but are rare to sell at all used.
so the answer is...... after deep checking is....
no W10 support for USA HP.com
so why not just get the w10 for free from and use the 30 free trial.
I best it fails for not just one reason
AMD Athlon II X2 260u (the bad)
the good.:Supports up to 8 GB on 64-bit PCs (DIMMs run at DDR3-1066) Supports up to 4 GB* on 32-bit PCstry w10 for free, get the ISO from MS, load it to usb stick
boot the stick 16GB min, and load w10 32 bit. 64bit is hopeless.!
32bit can fail for many reasons.
not just cpu, but no sound,or gpu support w10
no lan chip or wifi chip support .
but HP does not support this PC at all nor w10 forsure.
ok I found the DEAD HP links using powerful
GOOGLE SITE:search methods
here it is. w7 max
it will run w7 64 bit but not w10 64 bit
w10 is way to strict to allow that upgrade to 64bit. (now)