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PC400 Motherboard, M930 Series

I performed a clean wipe of my hard disk drive in an effort to upgrade my PC from Windows 2000 to Windows XP. I am using a PC400 Motherboard, M930 Series, featuring Pentium-4 processor, 1.7 Ghz clock speed, ans 384 Mb's RAM. The PC worked fine using Windows 2000. However, after I installed Windows XP, all hardware features appears to work fine EXCEPT the onboard ethernet adapter, the PCI modem, and the wireless NIC card. I presume the difficulty may be due to driver files or BIOS setting associated with the motherboard installation CD coming in conflict with the Windows XP. Any suggestions? Please help!

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    Hi. I have lost my pc400 Driver CD. How can I get it?

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    hi, i am trying to put the DDR1 512mb 400 mhz , for that i did the jumper setting and shows ok but while i try to install Windows XP, it shows error message, please help me what to do.

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Upgrade you drivers and it should work fine... you got loads of them on the intel site for free... http://downloadcenter.intel.com/
download the most appropriate of drivers and then try

hope this hels... good luck

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Hi, Most device drivers are very OS specific. Though some drivers for Win2K will work with WinXP, it is preferable to use designated Win XP drivers, while still others will really require XP compliance/compatibility. Most drivers of your motherboard M930 are available from the PC Chips website (http://www.pcchips.com.tw/). Enter M930 in the Keyword Search Box (top right), select downloads and click on Submit. As for your Ethernet and WiFi NIC adapters, you need to get them from the manufacturer's site or from the chipset maker's site. Hope this be of some help/idea. post back how things turns up or should you need additional information. Pls include also brand/model of your Ethernet card and your WiFi NIC adapter. Good luck and kind regards.

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