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Re: Windows XP SP2 Drivers
Usually you need to check the model and brand of your laptop and then go to their site and look for their drivers, if the video card is built in you will be able to download the drivers there if its not then on the model number they usually indicate what video card is inserted on the laptop.
I suggest you go the the website of your laptop and then look for the model number of it (ex. Dell Inspiron 6000). Then look into their support or download page.
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in Xp SP3 that problum is so common that u have to install all or some drivers, now if u like the visual or other some thing of SP3, and u dont wanna install XP SP2 then u have to go to search over the Google to find the drivers for SP3, but i dont conferm that u will find them...
install SP2,,, its better O.S.... I think..
Due to the fact of the many people that wish to downgrade to Windows XP, many computer distribution companies keep current driver software that is compatible with the various Windows OSes. I checked the Toshiba website for drivers for the Satallite A205-S5809 and they have drivers for WIndows XP, XP SP2/SP3, Vista 32-bit, and Vista 64-bit. They have all the drivers you should need to make the changeover. I hope this helps.
Its true. the Bios or HDD driver wont allow you to install Win XP on it.. This BIOS is compatible with only Win Vista. The only easy way to do it is by creating 2 partitions while installing vista. once vista is installed- install XP with Dual boot and than format the vista partition.
ya might be able to get the drivers ya want this is a vista machine redid my wifes new dell desktop got rid of vista had a little trouble had to go to microsoft and download all new updates for Xp vista is not to bad once you reload it and install again all the **** goes away. i'm a linux fan but its a bit sticky to, gate way has propretary softwareput in by factory and all ya want is basic vista.