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Download the XP drivers from the Asus website, they are easy to find with a quick search. Once you have them downloaded, right click the file and choose properties. Once the properties box shows up, click the compatibility tab. Check the box that says "Run this program in compatibility mode for;" then in the drop down menu chose Windows XP SP3. That should allow you to install the drivers on your XP machine. Once the software is installed you will probably have to do this again to the installed .exe file so it will execute properly in Windows 7. Good Luck!
There can be a couple of issues there: - HW issue: Memory might have a defect Graphics card has a defect
- SW issue (most frequent): You have a virus. Get a bootable CD software like: http://www.hirensbootcd.org/download/ and boot your computer with this. Scan and remove the antivirus Windows issue: boot the PC with the windows installation disk and go to REPAIR function.
In order to check if the issue is HW or SW, boot the PC and got o safe mode. If the PC halts also then, most likely you have a HW issue.
Pretty much what it says. Some sw/hw come with, or has, electronic certificates of authenicity. If you have, say, reformatted since last use, you may have to reinstall the certificate (the sw/hw install file should do this, but in some cases you may have to register the product online to get the certificate).