Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Seems to me that you need to get the ethernet working first. If you can get a copy of PCWizard installed on the machine, it will identify all the chips and then you will be able to search - on your other computer - for the correct driver.
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
You need to download drivers for your different hardware. Did your PC come with a driver disk? Go to Control Panel > System > Hardware Tab > Device manager: Then on that window it will show you all your current drivers, I'd say a few of them would have exclamation or question marks on them.
Changing your display back to normal size: Right click on your desktop > Properties > Settings And then move the slider to the correct resoloution for your PC.
Alternatively you could download this file Link It will auto and download the correct drivers for your PC
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
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