Install Windows 7 on HP 800 DM G4

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    Install Windows 7 on HP 800 DM G4

    my HP 800 DM G4 8600 is running Windows 11 Pro, I am thinking to install Windows 7 and reading all potential known issues as well as the solutions.

    will this HP 800 G3 install media work for HP 800 G4? In SIW2 your G4 TWR install, had you made it to boot in install?
    HP 800 mini G3 black screen when install Windows 7 BIOS CSM/MBR disk
    if boot, then I can try UHD630 driver (i5-8600/8th gen) on Windows 7

    UHD630 driver. the link of win7_8th_i3_i5_Driver_2.0.rar is broken.

    USB 3.1 driver. it doesn't exist on Windows 7 ?
    winraid has removed all of them.
    --- Due to the reason of non resistance, all Intel related mod drivers will be removed from the shelf.
    can I take it from Del web or Lenovo web?

    Chipset Q370. it's reported, even NOT install, G4 worked fine.
    besides, can drivers of SATA NVMe Audio be shared between G3 (Chipset Q270) and G4(Chipset Q370)? these hardware are with same specs between per HP.
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  3. Posts : 193
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    Thanks SIW2 for your prompt reply.

    I am reading the link you pointed to.

    for UHD630 driver, anyone tried this site?
    Intel UHD Graphics 630 (video cards) drivers for Windows
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    No, I cant recommend that site, I got it using SDI. I know SDI is good.
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  5. Posts : 193
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    Then I will go SDI solution you recommended.

    looks I am late on the game, previous posts were about 2-5 years ago. most links got "404". my present hope is SDI .
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    Its BIOS Admin is password-protected. (HP 800 DM G4)

    I am stuck here. need to enable Legacy to boot USB stick of Windows 7 install media.
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