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Hi' i want you to save all your important files in a flash drive or CD-DVD copy before you start working on it again. windows XP sp3 cannot solve this probs, and you did not mention about your video graphics of what its Specs.. but any way try to upgrade your RAM into 512mb-1gb much be better.and if still it does not work properly ,you have to start all over again by installing another OS winXP SP2 version 4.5-126.96.36.199.or the dark XP. Just PM me for further assistance . thanks
The motherboard really isn't your worry. Windows XP pro requires a 300 megahertz or higher processor. You motherboard can take from 100 to 400 megahertz, so you need to know what your CPU is. If your running an intel P4 chip, and at least 128 mbs of ram, and you have at least 2 gb's of hard drive space left on your hard drive, then you can run XP Pro.
I install the winxp in MS9158E matsonic motherboard and after installation sound card not working. Mean sound not coming and i search the drivers from website but i didn't found the sound driver from web. So, I request you to please help me for download the driver for specific motherboard.
You need to install the correct version of the sound drivers from the MSI website under your motherboard type.
Third party or from Realtek sound drivers won't make you sound chip works.
If after installing sound drivers from MSI website still don't work then your on board sound chip colud be defective.