I got vista with my desktop when i bought it, and i did change it with xp and my problem starts from here now i couldnt find drivers for this perticular series e-6610d with xp. can u help me out with this problem.
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download, save to desktop, unpack the file then go to start, then go to the device manager. You can open Device Manager by double-clicking on the System icon in Control Panel, choosing the Hardware tab, and clicking Device Manager.
Locate the audio driver (it should have a yellow symbol next to it which indicates a problem with the device or driver) right click on the audio driver that needs updating, choose update driver, update the driver automatically, if it doesn't find the driver you downloaded then locate driver manually and point it to the location on your desktop where the driver is located. This should solve your problem.
Well just yesterday i removed vista from a lenavo desktop. When i tried with the installation cd setup it didn't allow and got a lot of beep error from the desktop. Then I got a partition manager formatted c drive and then booted through a dos bootable cd which keeps the drivers and command files in ram and then inserted xp os cd and through command prompt started the xp setup by typing d:enter d:dir (got the list of files and folders then typed d:setup and xp setup started and installed later I got all the relevant drivers from the net. Its not easy to get drivers from net.
If your laptop is running Vista and your old desktop was running XP and the disk you got with your printer had drivers that worked with XP and Vista is not listed on them, it would be a case of incompatibility. You would need to go to the Dell website to download updated drivers for Vista if they are not of the standard Vista driver package. (The driver model changed between XP and Vista making XP drivers incompatible with Vista.)
I would suggest going with XP Pro first off but what you need to do is get into your bios and change the boot priority to the cdrive as the first device then harddrive as second. Put your XP disc in and reboot the computer after a few moments you should see press any key to install ...... this will start you off with the install from here on follow onscreen instructions.
Onsce at windows desktop you will need to get a ton of drivers and this is were the fun comes in. Use support.intel.com for all intel devices inside the system. After that you will have to goto your device manager and see what still needs to be installed. Now you will have to hunt down the manufacures websites and go to there support page and get needed drivers.
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PLEASE IF ANYONE REASDS THIS SAVE YOUR TIME!!! go into BIOS and change SATA mode to IDE... XP then recognises disks...
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all the drivers are avalible on there newer site including the lan drivers.