Recently i did format on my pc and i installed copied windows xp when i opened my computer i down loaded sp1.0 later the sp2.0 but when i did that i found a driver for my sound card that it could not open with sp 2.0 only with sp 1.0 what can i do ?this is what it shows me: The Microsoft UAA (Universal Audio Architecture) Bus driver provides support for High Definition Audio (Azalia). This driver is designed to work with the following versions of Windows: 1.Microsoft Windows Server 2003 2.Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) 3.Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (SP4)can u help ?The Microsoft UAA (Universal Audio Architecture) Bus driver provides support for High Definition Audio (Azalia). This driver is designed to work with the following versions of Windows: 1.Microsoft Windows Server 2003 2.Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) 3.Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (SP4)
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before you format your hard disk, make sure you have saved all important files that you like to keep on an external drive, for example a USB Stick. Formatting your hard disk will destroy all data.
If you want to format and reinstall Windows XP do the following:
Insert your Windows XP CD.
Restart your computer.
Your computer should then automatically start from the CD and show the Windows XP Setup.
In Windows Setup you can choose the partition on which you want to install Windows. There you can also format the partition, before installation. To do this, just follow the directions that are shown.
There are a variety of problems when installing Adobe Acrobat, try using this troubleshooting guide, hopefully it will elimate your problem.
First, make sure you computer can handle the program..the minimum requirements are as followed..
* Intel Pentium-class processor
* Windows XP Professional or Home Edition with SP1 or SP2, or Tablet PC Edition; Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 2 (SP2)
* 128 MB of RAM
* 90 MB of available hard-disk space for the full version
* 800 x 600 monitor resolution
* Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later
And for the Adobe Reader 6.0:
* Pentium-class processor
* Windows XP Professional, Home, or Tablet PC Edition; Windows Me; Windows 2000 Professional SP2; Windows NT Workstation 4.0 SP6;
Windows 98 Second Edition
* 32 MB of RAM (64 MB recommended)
* 80 MB of available hard disk space
* 800 x 600 monitor resolution
-- Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01 or later, Netscape Navigator 7.0 or later, or America Online 6.0 or later
Here are some other tips...Increase your available disk space.
Download where the activity is not so crowded.
Set your security levels and opions to default level.
Disable your firewall.
Best solution is to get and use the original restore discs.
If using a regular XP disc installation requires specific technical steps to boot from the disc , delete the existing partitions, format and install then download original drivers one at a time.
Getting the original restore discs would be alot easier than using an XP disc
hope this helps
As you said you have formatted Drive C:, and installed XP SP3 and back again XP SP2.
Why don't you try formating the whole drive and reinstalling fresh Win XP SP2 and always choose NTFS partition only because all the features are supported in this partition.
If HDD makes shshshsh.... or spinning sound or generates heat, your HDD might be ok. Next Try with XP sp2 cd. If it again cant detect HDD, go to BIOS setting and watch if the HDD is showing it's status. If Bios can not detect HDD check HDD cable and power cable inserted in HDD. Replace them if needed. Format the HDD with another PC. If you still have problem replace HDD with new one. One thing you might use your corrupted HDD as a slave drive later, i hope.
You need to get the product key for Windows from your friend. The days when you can just load an OS from any CD an unlimited number of times is over. Microsoft Genuine Validation requires that you have a Product Key, and you STILL may have to call Microsoft to validate your copy, if Microsoft registers that an OS has been loaded from a single CD too many times.
hi you update your pc format xp ???what is your configuration ???????? if you format your pc you load sound driver plz see you my computer properties then hardware then device manager then you look yellow mark ......if sound driver is not load plz setup your driver... or if your pc conect net hope some virus ....plz scan your pc..........