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How i can load windows vista operatig system

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You buy a windows Vista installer disc from a website such as this one (Once the page loads navigate to Software>Operating Systems). After you buy the disc insert the CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive. Now start your computer. During startup tell your motherboard to boot from the CD-ROM drive. This is done before the Windows (or whichever operating system you use) loading screen. It will give you a message such as, "Boot From - F2." Press the button associated with the message for the boot sequence (In the above example it would be F2). This is where you select your CD-ROM drive as the primary boot device, then press ENTER to confirm the decision. The motherboard might ask you to press a key on your keyboard to boot from the CD-ROM drive. In this instance press any key on the keyboard and the Windows Operating System Installer will launch.

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Hello the drivers can be downloaded here:

http://www.msi.com/product/mb/K8MM-V.html#/?div=Driver&os=All

Please select your windows system.

Click on the file for download.

Unzip the file before you install the driver.

Windows 7 drivers are not listed because MSI does not support this system.
But the drivers for vista sometimes work on vindows 7.
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Hello here is the homepage:

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Windows 7 is not a supported system, but you can use the drivers from the vista system, but only the 32 bit.

Turn on or restart your computer and watch for a message during the post about a particular key, usually Del or F2, that you'll need to press to ...enter SETUP. Press this key as soon as you see the message.

After the post, BIOS will attempt to boot from the first device listed in the boot order.You need to change that, so the first boot device in the list is the dvd drive. If that device is not bootable, BIOS will attempt to boot from the second device listed, and so on.

Note: The boot order is a BIOS setting so it's OS independent. In other words, it doesn't matter if you have Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Linux, or any other PC operating system on your hard drive or other bootable device, these boot sequence change instructions will still apply.

Here is how you do this:

http://www.hiren.info/pages/bios-boot-cdrom

But ofcourse there could be a problem with the dvd drive or harddrive.

To install windows 7, you will need at least 1 gb ram or more, and a dual core cpu.

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Hello , i have a problem with my Dell Dimension 4700, the problem is that i recently uninstalled the SoundMAX driver and i don't know how to get it back could you please help. thanks


Follow the solution for your Operatig System;
Windows XP
1.
Right-click My Computer>Properties>Hardware> Device Manager>you will see a yellow icon>right-click icon >
select
a.Update Driver>note,this will take to the New Found Hardware Wizard>proceed as in 2 below

b.Properties>Reinstall Driver>note, also takes u to 2 below> proceed as in 2 below> Restart system. U should be good to go

2.
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3.Restart System.

4.U're good to go

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Right-click Computer>click Properties>click Device Manager>User Account Control console comes up> click continue>you will see a yellow icon>right-click icon >
select Action tab> Click Scan for hardware changes> you will see a yellow icon on your audio device> wait a while> You should be good to go
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b.Properties>same as 1b. above

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First of all partition a drive up. Make sure its a large capacity drive, something well over 100GB.

Boot the computer with CD/DVD set as the first boot device and pop the XPmag-glass_10x10.gif CD in the drive and allow setup to begin. When you come to the screen where you select the drive partition you should see the drive listed with all the space listed as unpartitioned. If the drive was in use previously, you'll need to delete all the existing partitions. To do this you'll have to hit the 'D' key followed by the 'L' key. The screen instructions will be visible to guide the process.

Once all the existing partitions are deleted the display will show the total unpartitioned disk space.
Hit the 'C' key to create a partition. Personally i partion mine to 80GB (81920MB)

On the newly created partition, (not the raw one) install XP on that. Carry on with the installation until its final restart, it will be a light blue screen.

Quickly pop the Vista disk into the drive and start the Vista install. When it askes where you want Vista choose the unallocated partition. If you let XP load up first then you will not have the dual boot option on start up.

If you have done this correctly then each time the computer restarts during Vista install you see a boot message on screen saying "older version of window(XP) and Vista.

Lets Vista fully install right up until it loads the welcome screen. Then you can restart the computer, choose older version of windows to complete and load the XP operating system.

You then have to switch between them both to install drivers, software etc.

If you want to use both operating systems at a time then you need a virtual operating system installed but they are not that good as memory is kept at a minimum.

Good luck and please post back if you need anymore advice.


Regards.

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