Winfast xp series model 3 will not install on vista home.
I have sound card fitted .I purchased a new computer and the supplier fitted the sound card and said they installed the software but could not test it .The winfast program was taken from my old xp computer and installed on the new one . Any suggestions please ppa1
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It can be done if: 1) the i386 directory was installed on the first PC 2) the first machine is being scrapped (must happen or you violate the Microsoft EULA) 3) you can burn a copy of the Vista i386 directory
There are additional things to do to complete the process, but the answers to the above will determine if it can be done.
Mother Board ECS or MSI,Processor AMDuron 2.8 Dual Core w/1333 FSB,1 to 2Gig DDR2 PC667,160 to 250Gig Hard Drive Seagate Barracuda(7,200rpm) or Western Digital,CD/DVDwrite,512Video Card inno3D/Nvidia or ATI Radeon,LG or Samsung,Tower Casing w/ ATX Power Supply 500 to 600watts and LCD/Flat Screen 19inches wide screen or it up to you what you size LCD..Thanks..^_^
it sounds as if your MoBo is seeing the video adapter as a source of ram. if that is the case, then installing memory in units of 1Gb will cause a stick to not be seen, therefore utilized. you may want to refer to you manual for memory limits and poosible comparibility issues. they are usually quite in depth. also, make sure that they are all the same make model and speed. these issues have wreaked havoc on the prettiest of pc's.
CM9880/8CH Azalia Audio CODEC onboard (found on ASUS boards) - basic microsoft UAA function driver installed by Vista works but misses soundinput. Install latest ASUS/C-Media software (set compatibility mode to XP for the installer) > reboot > set multiple streams enabled > switch input from microphone to wave and back > reboot
Creative Audigy (standard) -- No built-in support, but it works with beta drivers from Creative's site.
nForce3 (Realtek ALC850) - drivers obtained from windows update. (32 Bit)
Terratec 5.1 Fun PCI - sound works, controlpanel doesn´t work (32bit)
Terratec DMX 6Fire
SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio (Tested with ASUS P4S800 Motherboard) - Needs latest drivers available to work correctly, otherwise install chipset drivers for AGP and IDE. Sound may skip and studder if not using the latest driver
I'm located in New Zealand and purchased a motherboard for my T135 from www.trademe.co.nz. Possibly www.ebay.com and other trading sites could be helpfull.
If its any help the motherboard I purchased was a Winfast core series 760GXK8MC-RS. That supports an AMD Socket 754 cpu.
It seems to have done the trick but by the looks of it after replacing the motherboard I will have to install a new operating system as the orignal Windows XP was an OEM version (which means that it was pre-installed on the hard drive) and the recovery discs won't work with the new motherboard installed.
you need to to check the display settings and the system requirement before installing and running the game
System Requirements Windows XP/Vista 3GHz Processor (3.5GHz recommended) 1GB RAM 7GB Hard Disk Space 4x speed DVD-ROM Drive 128MB DirectX 9.0c compatible, Shader 3.0 enabled Video Card (256MB DirectX 9.0c compatible Video Card recommended) Latest DirectX 9.0c compatible Sound Card DirectX 9.0c (you may need to download the latest drivers for your video and sound card) Keyboard, mouse / X-box 360 Controller for Windows Online multiplayer: broadband Connection with 128Kbps or faster. *Supported Chipsets: ATI Radeon X1600-X1950/HD 2000 series / HD 3000 series / NVIDIA GeForce 6600/6800/7/8 series. Laptop models of these cards are not supported but may work. These
are the only ones that will run this game. Additional chipsets may be
supported. For an up-to-date list please visit http://support.ubi.com. System
Configuration may require minor adjustments to the configuration of
your operating system and/or updates to hardware component drivers Notice: This game contains technology to prevent copying that may conflict with some disk and virtual drives.
Sorry to inform you but you cant downgrade from vista to xp on this model I have found most systems that are designed to run vista lose several drivers when downgraded to xp.
the only solution that will restore drivers would be to reload vista by purchasing an upgrade version of vista (this allows an upgrade from xp to vista and will restore drivers only catch is your xp operating system must be xp home with sp2(service pack 2).
When you removed vista from your machine you actually downgraded by replacing the vista operating system with XP.