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Can't clean install.

So, I'm trying to clean install a new os (windows Vista home premium) into my computer and Lo and behold! Can't do it. I figured it's a problem with the bios. Whenever I try to install the OS I get this message.

"No Device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers and then click OK."

Well, the Home Premium CD is int here....what to do?

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If you have a system that requires the manufacturer's proprietary device drivers, you will most likely have to return the system to it's original configuration using the restore CD, and then upgrade. However, there's no guarantee Vista will even be able to use the device drivers of the original system configuration. After you restore your system, check the manufacturer's web site for new Vista drivers. Unfortunately, Vista drivers for older systems may not be available at all.

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