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To make this driver work on Windows 7 32 bit, download the official Dell driver from the link in rehnanahmed50's post. Then double click it to create he install directory. Finally go to the install directory and right click the .exe and select troubleshoot compatibly. Widows 7 will then run it as Windows XP sp2. Once installed, reboot and the sound and game port will work great.
generally when you install any drivers , after installing successfully the system will restart. i think you are not installing your correct sound drivers. Install your sound card drivers from the motherboard CD. If you lost your motherboard CD , then go to this website www.drivermax.com . Install the software,it will automatically detect your hardware devices and installs the correct drivers .
before installing device manager and write down drivers for
then with cd in drive while pressing f7 restart then choose option cd dvd\cd press enter follow instructions
will ask to delete selected click to delete read all instructions it will confirm deletion then once it returns to a selected
then continue winxp will install
The drivers will either bo on the Windows XP installation CD or they will download from the updates site as it installs. Make sure you allow Windows to connect to search for updates & drivers during the installation. All you need to do is put the cd in the drive and follow the onscreen directions. Good luck.
NTLDR is the NT Loader basically the instructions the bios needs to start your Operating system.
If it is not finding the NTLDR it could be due to a couple of things.
First thing I'd do is to check that the install disc is a full install disc for the OS and not an Upgrade disc.
If it IS a full OS disc then we need to enter the BIOS (Basic Input Output System) Usually done by hitting <Delete> or <F12> during boot up. Once in the BIOS there should be an option for "Boot order" we need to set it so that your optical drive (CD/DVD) is listed as the 1st entry in the boot order. press <F10> to save and exit. Put the CD/DVD in your drive and boot up your computer.
this should get you started with your installation.
If it does not, you likely have a faulty optical drive.
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if your sound card is in-built try installing from the motherboard cd you got..if then also it says some problem then try for the driver software in internet then too problem continues try installing the OS again..