Drivers installation problem where should I download?
I'm using Intel 945GCCR mother board for my desktop. I have loaded with Win XP OS. When I try to install the drivers provided by Intel for the mother board it is throwing some error. B'coz of this I'm not able to install Audio,Video and other drivers. Could you please let me know what could be the problem
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You should have downloaded drivers for your graphics, audio, LAN,WLAN and if required printer for Win 7 before you upgraded too Win 7. If you can, re-install XP+Sp3 and do the downloads that would be the best idea. An alternative would be to use a different computer and download the drivers. For reference, download all drivers for the new OS before you remove the old OS. Good luck.
Alternatively, set Windows 7 to look for hardware driver updates and install them (they might end up in the Windows Update section until you go there and install the update). I did this in Win7 by going to the Device Manager (Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Device Manager). Right click on the audio device and choose Update driver (or Properties and the Driver tab). If the Device Manager shows a triangle with an exclamation point, this is an easy solution most of the time.
Next up select Windows XP Professional as your operating system. Now click, "Drivers." The first result should be the Realtek drivers, which are what you're searching for. Download them. Once they finished downloading open the file and the drivers should be installed automatically.
If there's anything else I can help you with, let me know. If this solution solved your problem, please rate the solution.
If you've gone back from Vista to XP, you might have a little problem. Laptops going from Vista to XP usually work about 50% of the time (due to driver issues). Desktops, I'd say probably about 80% of the time. I have the web address for drivers for your computer, but it only shows they're for Vista. You can still try though. Click here. Hope this helps!