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MOBO DRIVERS I PURCHASED A NEW M/BOARD & PENTIUM D/C E2160 PROCESSOR,NEW SATA H/DRIVE 300GB,NEW DVD-RW DRIVE,ISTALLED WINDOWS XP HOME EDITION.STARTS UP OK BUT WHEN I TRY TO INSTALL THE MOBO DRIVERS OR ANY SOFTWARE FROM DISK I GET THIS MESSAGE :-D:\ is not a valid Win32 application. ANY ADVISE WOULD BE APPRECIATED-THANKS. STEVE F.

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  • FRANNA57 Apr 24, 2008

    HI GUIDE2,

    M/BOARD= BIOSTAR GF7050V-M7.

  • mick ant May 02, 2008

    noihave the same bord runnig quad core intell goes like **** but i went 2 load xp pro wont load 4 luv or money help

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