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Ok, here is the way to fix your problem. You need to use another computer and either a flash drive or external hard drive. Go to the manufacturers website and download the drivers you need on the second computer, save them to the flash drive or hard drive. Once done you connect the flash drive or hard drive to the first computer and then install the drivers from the device you used. I would recommend just doing the lan driver or wireless driver only then connect the first computer to the internet and finish installing the drivers. The easiest way to do that is go to control panel, then devices and click on the ones with question marks and search the internet for the driver automatically. This will work for most or all of them. If it does not work you can just go to the manufacturers website and download them manually as you did with the network drivers. If you need further help, just let me know.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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