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Lost menu files for asus tv 7134 wdm

After recent repair my computer seems to have lost the start up for asus tv card, any ides please.

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You need to reinstall the drivers.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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    Ginko Mar 30, 2008

    If you have the original disks install the software from the factory disk. Ithink tou can get a download from this website, if you do not have the disks.
    You Sould also open control/panel/device manager / installed device to check that the rest of the hardware in your computer is fine, and if needed install additional drivers.


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    Ginko Mar 30, 2008

    Here is a different download for your Asus device drivers. If the others do not work, use this ones.
    In case you have still troubles after installing drivers and restart, give me the make and model for your computer, I can find the additional downloads needed.


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Re your queries:
1. "Is their any possible way to save my data from the other operating system which I can currently use?" - possibly

2. Also, can any one help me to attain the drivers for ASUS z91?
Most of the needed drivers for an Asus Z91E are available at the Asus Website >

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Hope this be of some help. Post back how things turn out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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