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You can download the "ATI Mobility M7" Drivers @ Dell Support Site for your XP OS. Run the installer to reinstall your Graphic Card Drivers.
Your maximun resolution for your "14.1 in TFT active matrix" screen is 1024 x 768. If you do not get this resolution after installing the above drivers, "Using your mouse, Right-click on your desktop ->Properties-> Click the Settings tab & adjust your screen resolution".
You need atleast one driver to connect internet and then you can solve your problem easily, just go on your vendor site and then click on technical help/ Drivers and software and then type your model no. etc. and then you can download your required driver free for life time.
If you do not have ethernet driver to connect internet. You should you go any netcafe or friend's home where you can connect with internet and then follow my instructions. I assure you that you will get 100% authentic solution. Just go on your vendor site and then click on technical help/ Drivers and software and then type your model no. etc. and then you can download your required driver free for life time.
The recommended solution is to upgrade for version 18.
I'd guess you already tried running the installer by choosing Run this program in compatibility mode (by right clicking and choosing properties) and then right clicking again and Run as administrator.
Your next option is to run a virtual PC within your Win7 computer (or a dual boot system) with a compatible OS running on the "other" machine. With Win7 Pro and Ultimate, there is an option to download two programs and install them for a free WinXP virtual computer (XP mode). For the other primary OS's you'll need to have a valid license of the compatible OS to install in program that runs the virtualization or the second boot disc. Then install the Printmaster in the "machine" with the correct OS. You may find you need to save the files to external media to transfer them. (The virtual computer won't let you have one printer installed on both the virtual system and the real computer.)
more than likely you need to download a driver for your scanner for your version of vista. Go to the link below and select your scanner and OS and download the driver. Install the driver and restart your pc. Let me know if this fixes the problem
yes there are seperate versions for 32bit and 64 bit . check on majorgeeks.com for the drivers, also check cnet downloads for drivers. If the mother board is more than 5yrs old you might not find the 32 bit drivers on the manufacturer's website. also check microsoft , if they have any drivers for that motherboard. good luck
Try the audio driver on this page:http://www.laptops-drivers.com/toshiba-drivers/download-driver-for-toshiba-portege-m600-ppm61-windows-xp.htmlI searched all over and it was all I could find. Toshiba for some reason doesn't have it on their site.