You should be able to go to this web site and download the correct driver that you need. also they have Pundit manual in English.. Without knowing what driver you need, you should find them all here. It will be under the Pundit -S.
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on the left you'll see "Desktop" then under that "Barebones" then scroll down in the middle to "Pundit" and you'll see the models on the right - select which ever is yours and it will take you to all the drivers and support.
one long sound signal thats means there was a problem with RAM,RAM was faulty or not connected properly,
Firstly remove the RAM and reconnect the RAM and check,if the system working fine thats good otherwise please change the RAM.
It's possible that a power surge took out your power supply. If that is the case, then it may have caused further damage beyond just that part.
If possible check the computer with a different monitor to isolate that as a possible problem. If there is still no display then you most likely have problem with the on-board graphics. This system does not use a separate video card ( unless you have added one). The graphics are built onto the motherboard.
There are two options to fix this. One would be a new motherboard if they are still available. The other would be to add a graphics card to the system. This unit does not have an AGP slot but should have an open PCI slot. You could purchase a PCI graphics card and try it in there. Once the display is up you will most likely need to turn off the on-board graphics in the BIOS settings. One nice thing about this fix is that you should notice increased graphics performance.
One warning though, since you have no display we can't be sure that this is the only problem with the unit.
A repair shop should be able to do this for you if you don't feel confidant in attempting this.
Your best bet is to go to the Microsoft website. Look under Windows XP and see if all of the drivers are there. Second option, go to your PC manufacturers website. Some of companies scan your system from a remote location and are able to tell you which drivers you need and allow you to download them from the website. Hope this helps, plz rate accordingly.