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Re: windows vista to windows xp sp2; the VGA and wireless...
Uninstall the wireless driver and then reinstall it again and then install the vga driver and do the wireless configuration from the router page,and then try and install the wireless driver of xp and also install the vga driver of xp.......good luck.....
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that means the drivers which you had installed is not working properly. u need to download the drivers of audio video & NIC card .
check out the site. support.acer-euro.com/drivers/downloads.htm. make sure you have SP3 for XP.
there is a link to all applications and drivers that are offered through the acer site including the erecovery software. Make sure that you are selecting the right operating system in the drop down menu the provide in the middle of the page.
Now you need to find a Windows XP install disk that can match the licence number printed on the sticker at the back of the laptop and reinstall XP using your serial key. You will have to download and install also the XP drivers, you find them on manufacturer website.
See links below on reinstalling XP on a Vista system:
I had the same problem and finally it worked after I have installed Foxconn Wireless LAN Driver (v.220.127.116.11) downloaded from acer Aspire 2930Z (not 2920Z!) drivers page. Now it works fine. Regards, Alexander
no there aren't any drivers, but the problem you will have is that the bios is updated to suit Vista and installing XP will cause problems with components in the notebook.
My advice is to keep Vista if you havent already uninstalled the operating system, but you will notice that your hard disk has two partitions, install XP on the other partition and have a dual boot notebook, if you have uninstalled then lend a friends copy of Vista and use your own instalation product key code on the underside of your notebook and re install.
Did you download the latest audio drivers from Dell.com? If not here is the link to the drivers for that device based off Vostro 1400 using Vista 32 bit Edition.
Hope that helps. If not let me know.