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Windows me pci cards

I am trying to add a wireles card to a old computer running windows me. i cant get it to work is this a op sytem issue?

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I found this by googleing wmp11 wireless.
http://www.nodevice.com/driver/WMP11/get43707.html

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Did you change the IEEE 1394 Host Controller to a legacy driver or did you just add one? You have to change IEEE 1394 to the 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller, specifically.

Did "Firewire Enabler" get installed in the Start menu? If so, give it a try. Make sure to download the latest PMI/O update from M-Adio if you haven't already.

Also, the old computer might of had a different PCI card. I remember there being compatibility issues with PMI/O and Express cards. Check the card type. There might be a firmware, patch or an update to fix the issues.

If the card is incompatible, just switch out with the other (if you still have it).

If the issue still exists, try Klinke's MCU plugin. It should work if nothing else. Maybe check for ASIO Driver issues. Other than that, it would have to be hardware or bad cables.

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Win 7 will actually find the best drivers for your devices.

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No sound


Hello

Make sure the audio jumpers on the motherboard is in the correct position.If possible,refer to the manual of the motherboard to verify the settings

)Are the speakers you using is working and powered on.Check out in another computer,if possible

Try to remove all expansion cards example modem,DVB-cards etc.Just install the video card thats all and then check the sytem.

Have you connected to the right ports of the computer.

Is the audio device built-in on the motherboard or is it a PCI card?

Try to remove all drivers from the device manager and extra software you might have installed and reboot.See if windows detects it or not.

Motherboard could be faulty or the PCI card whichever you have

If it is a PCI card,remove and reinstall.If possible try using different set of speakers

Remove the PCI card,if it is one,Try to reinstall windows,if possible and don't try installing the drivers at the start of the computer.Soon after windows finish installing,Shutdown the PC,insert the card and then boot system.See if windows recongnizes it or not.

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I want to install a graphics card since I updated to windows 7 (which won't allow me to use some programs because it requires a video card). Right now it has a standard VGA graphics adapter but I wanted to...


that's easy, but you never said what "some programs" are
(infinite possibles and high end games worse)
or CAD/CAM or other 3D engineering and rendering progs.?
or top flight, Video Editing? omg.
but if you open said PC and see that mother board
you will see slots, the largest slot is the one
called PCI-e (express)
this PC came with ONBOARD
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  • Graphics Processor Intel Extreme Graphics shared video memory (UMA)
the PC is a very old and low performance model.
this old PC has no express slots.
most cards sold now do not use PCI now, only PCI-E
express x16
your computer so old , it does not have AGP slot.
so is a relic.
but there are a few remaining companies that still make them.
even used PCI only VGA cards are hard to find, '
those slots are very slow as is all things there.
and will not ever run fast like a modern MOBO would do !
here is one, but I cant promise your unstated Prog will like it.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIACUE5MM1048


No AGP , NO PCI-Express slots at all. just old PCI (x 3)
It runs 32 times slower that slot than any modern PC (express)
1220-q3ynongdx4nnghasmode251e-1-0.jpg do not expect something this old to run modern bloated apps well.
it wont. nor will it ever.

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The 2 slots that you see on the system board with memory (RAM) already inserted are NOT for PCI cards. The PCI cards on your computer are enclosed within the card cage. The procedure is much different than with most computers, so here is a link to an Illustrated guide as to how a person is to properly Add/Replace PCI cards.

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim4500S/replace.htm#1118790

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After verifying this issue with a second monitor, it would seem a new video card would be in order. As far as I cant tell this model has built in video, often referred to as integrated. therefore replacing the current video component will not work. You will need to install a PCI-E video card. Often referred to as PCI express. This computer has one slot available for a PCI-E card. If that doesnt solve the issue then the problem extends past simply the video signal.

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Which USB card will work.


Almost ANY that list Windows XP on the side of the box.

Here is one for $9 that was rated 5/5 by 197 people. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16815124008

Anyways, USB 2.0 has been out for many years, is a standard on all computers, and is 400x faster than USB 1.0.

Either way, I recommend you goto www.newegg.com, as all of their products, including their PCI USB expansion cards, have honest reviews from users that purchased them. I always read the reviews there before purchasing. And I would think 80% of the reviewers there even, have WinXP Pro SP2, however they will even state it alot of times, in addition to the Specifications page listing it.

Either way, very easy upgrade, have fun.




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