After installing win XP or any other audio card... may be I think the board it self is damage . . . . or might try vista . . . . do not know I tried win XP 4 times did not work as soon as I enable or try to install audio drivers for the built in audio device the display went off and also damage the windows it self.... and then if i add new audio card it does the same.... may be video card is damage too or may be the board itself.....
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i would download the windows xp vga driver first and try installing in compatabilty mode (rite click the installer then select properties then choose run in xp mode and run as adminastrator) i belive ur system is a AGP one so u neeed a half decent AGPx8 graphics card these are quite old now you would probally be best checking a well known online auction site for 1
if you are using the built in vga card then the problem in vga card it self, try expanding or using a separate vga card, when we install win xp the o.s check the integrity of the computer part if this is happening to you and you restart all over again then the problem is your built in vga card, hope this help
Can't WinXP find appropriate driver for your lan card? If Asus did not provide a driver for its built-in lan, i think windows XP already has the driver built in its cache. try to install it using the wiz.
Intel Desktop Board D945GCNL HD Audio Controller 5605 Windows Vista(32/64)/XP(32/64)/2000
Installs the Realtek audio driver version 5605 for Intel® Desktop Boards.
IMPORTANT: Audio drivers may fail to install in Windows* XP 64-Bit Edition. Symptoms may include error messages, such as "Error in installation" or "Unknown error". Microsoft's Update for Windows XP x64 Edition (KB901105) fixes this issue. After installing this update, the audio drivers for Windows XP 64-Bit Edition will successfully install.
plz check wether u have installed xp service pack 2. if u have done this then go to the cmos settings and check wether the onboard audio is enabled or not. then install the correct driver for that device