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Some computers are "designed for Vista",
i.e., the manufacturer expects that Vista (or Windows 7) will be the ONLY Operating System that will be used.
So, the manufacturer has chosen to NOT create device-drivers for Windows XP for their hardware.
Use Vista, or upgrade to Windows 7.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Try uniblue's driverscanner. Some drivers may not be available when downgrading from Vista to XP, but driverscanner has worked well for me so far.
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