Thanks for the information (i ll try it with a little help from your side)
Dear Iqbal, thanks for the probable solution...i ll definitelytry that..however cou;d you let me know which driver to download from which website??? also I m not having a USB floppy drive handy with me....i tried the following websites but that didnt work....i think i m doing the slipstreaming proparly but the driver or controller required by my laptop are not available......IF YOU COULD PLEASE HELP ME TRACK THE CONTROLLERS I REQUIRE...I WOULD BE REALLY BEHOLDEN
heres the link for my compaq V3607tu specifications also there are some other links which might be useful for others but non working for me
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My openion is regarding USB floppy drive is not the solution, becoz windows XP setup could not recognize that. You can use USB Floppy only after complete boot-up of XP. So if you will put the SATA driver (i.e. RAID for F6) it will not work. Becoz as well as you will press F6 the setup will raise an error that no floppy drive is found as to access the USB floppy drive the USB driver must be loaded before of use.
Jigar here is the screen shot from my device manager:
Please take a same screen shot from your device manager and post it here. Then I can give you the actuall link for your SATA driver.
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I have NEVER seen "double-sided photo paper"; photo paper is specially coated to accept ink on ONE SIDE ONLY, so what you want to do is not possible. You can print photos on both sides of PLAIN paper, but you probably won't like the results.
The simple fact is that double-sided photo paper simply doesn't exist, unless it is NEW in the market and hasn't reached my neighborhood yet. You can't print on BOTH sides of photo paper because the paper is ONLY designed to take ink on ONE side.
Best of luck to you; hope this information helps you.
If there is not any sound, it could be due to either the audio settings or the lack of audio drivers. To test sound, you'll need to go into the control panel and click on the "sound" icon. If when you try to play sounds the little preview arrow is gray, then the sound drivers are missing. If it seems to be playing the sounds but you hear nothing, then the speakers are probably muted. Check that. Also check to see that the speakers are good and that they are plugged into the correct port (should be the green one).