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Fdisk creates, deletes or change a partition on a hard disk and then you need to Format the hard disk so it can be used to store data. Fat32 is a format file system and it is used when you want to read and write data between a PC and MAC computer. If you only want to use the hard drive on a PC and using windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 the format the hard drive using NTFS not FAT32.
e2220 is the model number for the Intel Processor. It doesn't have integrated graphics or sound. You need to tell us what the video card and sound card is on the computer. If you are unsure, you can find this information on newer versions of Windows by going to the Control Panel > Device Manager, or through Control Panel > System > Device Manager and looking under "Display adapters" and "Sound video and game controllers." Once I have that, I'll should be able to help.
The term motherboard is a bit outdated in respect to what a "motherboard" actually does noways, in the early days the motherboard was a series of PCB sockets that various cards would plug into, and originally the motherboard had very little else on it. these PCB would be the active components and would contain the CPU, video cards, I/O (input output) cards to connect to drives etc, memory cards would all be separate circuit boards that plugged into the motherboard hence its name it was kind of a parent device to all the cards that did the work, a bit like a windows folder, doesn't do anything but contain the files that are actively important.
As time has progressed , things got smaller and essential components to a computer system began to get integrated into the motherboard to ensure compatibility and to streamline interoperability.
First things to be integrated were I/O devices such as coms ports, drive controllers and of course the CPU board however the CPU has nearly always been interchangeable although during the times of 286 & 386 occasionally they would be hardwired onto the board. Then came integrated video and audio as standard practices not as technology moved on, obviously they were integrated where needed much earlier for example in the instances of laptops and SFF devices.
as a result of this progress the correct term should be "System Board" but nostalgia a familiarity breeds so we still term them "Mother Boards"
Realtek 8201BL chipset is the network drivers you will need. You should be able to find this online. When you do download the drivers, be sure to download the 64 bit drivers for your systems or you will run into further problems.
I am assuming this happens when you are trying to go in to windows? Have you tried safe mode? hit the F8 key before you get to windows then choose safe mode. If you can get in go to device manager and take off all video display adapters and then try to reboot normal. If you get in then you can apply the drivers for your card or integrated video.