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Not recognise network card

Image Cast worked fine with Windows XP SP2. Have upgraded to SP3 now my boot disks don't recognise the net work card. Is it a non compatability issue with Win XP SP3? I have had trouble with other older software with the upgrade to SP3.

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Get the SP2 back since you have worked with that well. If the win Xp still suggest for updgrade to Sp3 express you can ignore it anyway. Just click cancell to any install command from the XP SP3 xpress.
Hope it might help you.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009


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