i have reinstalled windows and the drivers, did the updates and stuff. now i want to install a game wich is 3.9GB, in the program files, and it sais there isnt enough space!!!!help?!
And when i click on Local disk drive (C:) and go to program files, ALL the old files are there!!!!
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Do you still have the unknown device in device manager? If so, you need to install a different driver. If not, go into device manager, expand Sound, Video, and Game Controllers. For each device under that heading, right-click the device, then click update driver software, choose "Search Automatically..." It will then go to the windows update site and see if there is a driver there that is listed as more recent, and it will install that driver, if such a driver is found. If that doesn't work, make sur ethat y ou manually find the correct sound driver installer, and then right-click whichever device obviously represents the sound hardware driver, and click Uninstall. Reboot afterward. Then reinstall the audio driver. If that doesn't work, you may have to reinstall windows.
Hi,you can try this uninstall the sound card driver,then reboot your computer.When you reboot the computer the operating system will automatically reinstall the sound card driver. This is how to uninstall the driver in windows 7,you didn't say what operating systyem you have so I'm hoping this helps. Click start and open Control Panel by default the window will open in Category view (top right) click the arrow and slect Large icons.Once that is done look on that page for Device Manager and left click. A new window will open called Device Manager,look for Sound,Video and game controlers and left click the arrow,You will see the installed Audio devices,right clicking the listed installed components will give the option to update or uninstall.After you finish uninstalling the driver or drivers reboot your computer windows will auto reinstall any needed drivers.I hope this has helped good luck.
You will not have sound without reinstalling the driver for it. Also, many other items will not be functioning properly until you reinstall the drivers. Go to your start menu and find "Windows Update". Click on it and do everything it asks you to do. If it asks you if you want to run Windows Update Express or Custom, pick CUSTOM. This will take a while. When it is done it should show you many, many updates available. Make sure to click "Hardware" on the left side under optional updates. This will usually have the drivers for your Sound and many other items. Check them all then "Review and Install Updates" Since you just reinstalled XP there will be close to 100 items (at least). You can uncheck everything but your Hardware drivers if you want to do those first!
Do it this way, go into bios and check "boot from disk" put your disk with Operating system in the drive, and restart, you will get some choices here you click on install, then it will ask you if you want to format, do a quick format, NTFS. it will format "wipe out " the old stuff, and begin reinstalling the new operating, dont try and save anything as you will just be dragging the ols problems along with you. Get your motherboard disks ready in case it asks for a raid driver or some Motherboard driver. and that is it , in around 45 minutes you will be done, you will need the serial numbers from your copy of windows. Have fun, when done just downlosd the updates, have fun Gym
Turn on the Pc & as it starts press the F5 key every 2 seconds. A window will open with a list of start options. Select VGA mode. You'll have to use your keyboard's up & down arrows here. Press enter to load VGA mode. Once in windows re-in able
graphics driver. Re-start windows. If that fails. Repeat the above to get back into windows. Re-install video drivers. Than restart the system.
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