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Try the C-Media audio driver ver:Integrate003 Windows XP driver at the page for the P4i65G at the website:
Sometimes the drivers for Windows XP works on Windows 7, but not all the time. If it doesn't try this:
Once downloaded, Right click on the ZIP file and choose Extract All...
Once extracted, Right click on the Setup file and choose 'Troubleshoot Compatibility'.
Your driver should then load in Compatibility Mode.
Are you trying to replace Windows 7? If so, I recommend you run WinXP in a virtual mode.
Assuming your processor supports virtualization (I think it does) then all you need is the professional or ultimate version of Windoows 7. You can then download the necessary program and a special copy of WinXP pro. This allows you to run WinXP inside Windows 7 without the need to reboot. Look at the links below.
You will need a legal version of Windows 7 pro or ultimate. I am not sure what you currently have.
The issue is some of the WinXP components are not getting loaded.
When computer starts, press F8, chose option Start in Safe Mode
let the PC come to the Desktop screen
then when stable, shut down and restart.....
if the solution above does not work then you may have to re-install WinXP again. you need to use a WinXP CD and do a Repair of Windows when the install feature askes for it....
1: Uninstall any unwanted programs.... (make
sure/Try to Clear your Hard Drive more than 50% as free) 2: Update virus software 3:Restart Computer IN Safe Mode 4: Run Virus Scan 5: Restart in Safe Mode 6: Uninstall Existing Driver Software From Device manager 7: Restart computer in normal mode 8: Start>Run> type %temp% and hit run. 9: Delete all files in this folder.... 10:Restart Computer 11: DEFRAG 13: Restart COmp. 14:Install Driver
>Troubleshooting for Error 38 The error message for this error appears as: "Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware because a previous instance of the device driver is still in memory." This error occurs when a previously loaded driver is preventing the new driver from loading. To fix this error follow these instructions.
Reboot Your PC
Open the Device Manager and in the device Properties box, select the General tab.
To fix the Error 13: Data is invalid problem, go to Start, Run... and type
"REGEDT32.EXE" without the quotes to run the Registry Editor. Navigate to
and you will see a number of keys of the form "VEN_xxxx", where xxxx are strings like
Under each of these folders will be another folder with a long numerical name.
Open each folder and look for the "DeviceDesc" which matches the hardware you are trying to
HIGHLIGHT THE ENTRY "VEN_xxxx" for that device and select
'SECURITY'-'PERMISSIONS' FROM THE WINDOW TOP MENU and then tick "Allow"
for "Full Control".
Close REGEDT32 and then continue with
the installation of your device.
This wil lremove the Error 13: Data is invalid from your wnidows 2000 / 2K / XP system. Repeat this for each hardware device you get the Error 13: Data is invalid problem with.
Try a Repair Install with your WinXP Bootable CD.
If Repair option fails you will have to do a Clean Reinstall of WinXP as a last resort. Some details: 1. Boot with your WinXP CD 2.At the "Welcome To Setup" screen, Choose the option: To setup Windows XP now, press ENTER.DO NOT choose !!!!To repair a Windows XP installation using Recovery Console, press R.IGNORE To quit Setup without installing Windows XP, press F3 3. Accept the License Agreement and Windows will search for existing Windows installations.
4.Select the XP installation you want to repair from the list and press R to start the repair.
If Repair is not one of the options, under the Circumstances you are in the next option will be Clean install
5. I this does not work it might be your memory --download and burn to cd memtest (http://www.memtest86.com/) and test your memory for errors.