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Which do u install first the support disc or the os

Mobo support disc or os first

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Always install Operating system first so your driver disk has somewhere to put its drivers
No O/S no drivers

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Have a 2005 a1250n Hp computer with Hp ver XP SP3 OS installed. MOBO failed. Can it be replaced by same p/n 5188 1936 using current all ready loaded XP OS. Will GUID be a problem?

If you can get the exact mobo you may replace it. No driver issue will raise. You can also buy a new mobo with same chipset and replace it. Same chipset mobo will require to install Sound, ethernet and vga drivers

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Error code 10 on my intel mobo when I check the multimedia audio controller..

Error Code 10 problems are caused by incompatibility, corrupted or outdated device drivers.
Make sure that you have the latest & correct drivers installed.

Since you have not mention what model is your MOBO & what OS is on your system?
Your best options is to search & download the drivers for your Intel MOBO at the

Hope it helps.

May 09, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to fix ntldr problem

NTLDR problem meanas the BIOS cannot find the file system to continur to load windows.

Check the connection between MoBo and HDD. Unplug them and plug back in.

If it persists you need an OS disc to repair.

Sep 01, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Installing the game must have crushed your Operating System (OS).

Try making a new installation of your OS, that should solve the problem

Dec 29, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I need the installation disc for Maxtor

There is no such thing as an installation disk for a HDD,, The onl installation disk is for your Mobo,, try to identify your mobo if it is a MSI or PCI and find the appropriate disk for it,,, any HDD will work on any mobo as long as you have an ins disk on your mobo,,,,

Dec 14, 2009 | Maxtor Computers & Internet

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Me too

go to manufacture that makes mobo. download drivers for proper MOBO and proper OS. Install. Reboot. RUN.


Aug 25, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Boot system failure!

You need to start from the hard drive, or from hard drive with CD support. You can change the boot device priority in BIOS /change it so that the optical drive is not first but the drive you installed the OS is/, or in some boards there's the option to choose boot device. In case of a Gigabyte mobo it would be F12, that would bring a device list and after choosing your hdd the install would continue.

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Failed Southbridge in MSI P6NGM mobo

Whenever changing out a MB, you run the risk of having to do a complete re-install of Windows. A few caveats: If you choose a MB with exactly the same chipset and integrated peripherals, then you may only need to update a few drivers. Sometimes a repair install will do the trick, but there's no way to know until you complete the upgrade.

I absolutely agree with your idea to clone your boot partition to another drive if possible, then use the cloned drive to test the move to the new MB and see what hurdles you encounter.

Best suggestion is exact model replacement of the MB in question. Check

Feb 10, 2009 | MSI K7N2GM2-LSR Motherboard

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My motherboard doesn't make sound

check in device manager and see if the driver shows
if it shows click and update
let me know

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Hi, i have asus pd5sd2 motherboard

Have you accessed the device manager from control panel and checked for yello question marks indicating problem ,rollback driver if present,or updated driver probably need your mobo disc


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