I have just formatted my drive and reinstalled windows.
I find that some of the drivers need to be installed. I have a Support Driver CD 200-0083v26 which I know I can use, but am not sure which drivers to use. In device manage under other devices I have error messages “Multimedia Audio Controller” and “Video Controller (VGA Compatible)
To which drivers on the CD do they refer please?
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Re: Drivers need installing
Hi. You need to install the sound card drivers and the video card drivers. I cannot find any reference to your cd, so I cannot tell you which folders they would be in. Have you tried using Windows Update to see if it finds your drivers? They would be listed under Hardware, Optional on the left once Windows Update finds the updates you need. Give that a try and let me know whether it works or not.
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Hi josephamy99 Yes , you can . Launch the install disc and follow instructions . Note : back up all your data and drivers ( very important , the drivers , some hadware could not function if you don't reinstall the drivers on your new system ) . Best regards , fanaudi .
If you are going to reinstall the OS or format the old drive, you should do the following first. 1) Back up all your important Data.
2) Download and install driver collector: http://www.drivermagician.com/download.htm save the drivers into your thumb drive for reinstallation after the hard drive is formatted, otherwise you will be doing a lot of searching for correct drivers for your PC.
3) Download and install Belarc Advisor: http://belarc.com/free_download.html This program will show a lot of information about the hardware and software that are installed in your computer, especially the serial number of the software you have installed, such as XP serial numbers. Print out this information also.
You can do a full installation, just make sure you set it so it leaves the filesystem intact (no format) so the windows will get reinstalled but all your files are still stored in the computer. I have done that many times on my own computer.
in case that u do not has the driver cd, u can download cpuz in order
to detect what kind of motherboard of your machine so that u can
download the respective drivers. After install, your pc should be able
*Suspect LAN driver not installed thus cannot online
the f6 you are pressing is for a RAID hard drive installation during the windows xp set up. DONT press it. Let it go through the regular installation process and when you Windows XP has fully loaded onto your computer, then install the drivers that came with your cd.
All you have to do is insert the right CD and reinstall windows. When you put the CD that came with your PC into the cd-rom, it well ask if you want to format the drive and reinstall windows. Click yes, and your off to the races.
I hope this helps, let me know if you need assistance and how you made out, an d please rate my answer.
First put the hdd installation cd into the cd drive and try to boot. This should install the hdd driver as well as start formatting the new hdd. After the drive is formatted take out the hdd cd & insert the Windows installation cd into the drive. Boot. Windows should start installing on your new drive. After Windows is installed check the Dell support site for updated drivers for your system. Install drivers as needed. Any other software you had on your old drive will need to be reinstalled to the new drive. Hope this helps & please rate my answer. Thanks.
First, i'd check with Toshiba to ensure that they have Drivers available for that unit in windows xp. Also, check to make sure you still have the recovery disks that come with the unit in case you do wan't to go back to Vista.
First you would need to buy the full version of windows xp wich tends to retail for $199. You should be able to follow the directions on screen once you insert the disk and reboot. The tricky part is finding the drivers for the unit once xp is installed. Some drivers will auto detect aside from video, sound & network adapters. Some times other drivers are missing as well.
If your not comfortable with this process, just bring it in to a pro. Geek Squad charges $129 for this process.