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XP Media Centre Edition 2005 drivers

I have just re-installed XP MCE 2005 after a crash and have a drivers disk . What are the recommended drivers to load after a fresh install?

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  • andyp275 Sep 23, 2008

    I am work at present and I will respond when I get home. Many thanks

  • andyp275 Sep 23, 2008

    Evesham E-Box (no model number on the box) Part Number is HCISTKKPCMS3-EBOXA

  • Steven Brown May 11, 2010

    Please specify the correct Model Number of your Media Center PC.



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Ususally the vga or graphics drivers,lan drivers,chipset and audio drivers are enough. If you are using more than one harddrives in raid 0 or raid 1 then you will have to install the raid drivers too.

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