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Perfect wills, living wills will not load automatically on my windows xp. i tried the other directions given for when it does not auto start and can not get any posive results. any hellp appreciated.

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    Dan May 11, 2010

    Do you want it to start as soon as you have booted up the system? Or something else?

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Doesn't start when you pop in the CD? If nothing else does:
Start: My Computer.
Right click on your CD drive.
Properties
AutoPlay

Find the entry for applications, and select run automatically. You may regret this.

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hi santhos, i am happy to assist you just copy and paste the link i have given below to download PIC driver.

http://www.userdrivers.com/Motherboard/Intel-600SM-PCI-Phone-Adapter-Driver-Ver-1-4-1-for-Windows-XP-x86/download/

or click here

After page get loaded you can see this line

Intel(R) 600SM PCI Phone Adapter - x86 - Secure.exe

click it next page get loaded your download will automatically will get started

if not you will get text like this

Downloading drivers Thank you for downloading this driver. Your download should begin shortly.
If you are experiencing problems with the download please use this direct link (or Right click and Save as).


you have to click this direct link in that page to download your driver

GOOD LUCK

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