I've tryed to install windows xp home. It didnot install properly and I'm not able to uninstall without losing the driver on the mother board and because I do not have all the program for this mother board which is labed MEW-AV so what am I going to have to do to correct this problem.
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cnetdownload.comon the home page you should see the download software finder under that there will be a list platform, category, sub category , price,from the category drop down list select driversthen from the price drop down list select free or which ever applies to your needhope this helps dont forget to vote
no harddisk is not issue first uninstall all drivers from comnpute then try.
insatll first chipset identification utility it is on driver disk.
then inf update utility
then graphic drivers then sound and then lan
u can do it.if u have proper mother bord driver disk.
The USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 is a big issue regarding technology, the 1.1 has maximum speed of 12 megabits where as 2.0 has upto 480 Mbps. And all USB 2.0 devices are compatible with 1.1. Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Professional are both fully USB 2.0-compliant with the correct drivers.
So in your case it must work properly. But if the USB 2.0 from microsoft got currepted or badly updated by some thirdparty USB 2.0 driver then it will not work. I have been faced this problem. After doing some stuff I found that if I uninstall the USB drivers and reinstall it from microsoft driver then it works.
So, just go to the Device manager and un-install the USB drivers, then reboot the system to parmanently delete the removed driver. Then install the driver from Windows XP CD.