Hey guys, I'm currently in the process of "reselling" my old Toshiba Satellite A100 laptop that I had since 2006 and when I first bought that laptop back in that year, it was preloaded with Windows XP Home Edition. I've already started to do some major housekeeping along with the long process of wiping the hard drive of all of its data. In order for me to do that, I utilized a utility called DBAN (Darik's Boot and Nuke) - which basically wipes off all data along with "traces" of data that was supposed to be deleted but did not delete in full. Anyways, I wanted to know which particular advice you could give to me - if I were to sell this particular laptop (or possibly donate it to a charity). With Windows XP about to hit the "end of the road" in the matter of months (in technical terms, the end-of-support for Windows XP will end in April 2014), I've experimented this particular laptop with Windows 7 (the 32-bit edition, as this computer is only capable of running 32-bit operating systems) and found out that most of the drivers that were designed to work for Windows 7 - will eventually work, however there is no guarantees that 99.9% of the drivers for that laptop will be that way. I also wanted to know if its possible for me to upgrade this laptop with a new hard drive along with new memory and possible resell the laptop in question with the new hardware installed. Any suggestions?