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ive just looked everywhere i can think of also for the drivers.............what i would do is get a USB to Ethernet adapter so you can get an internet connection then download driver max from www.drivermax.com its free and it will auto detect and install all the latest drivers you need.....hope this helps ...those adapters are only a few dollars and im sure it will come in useful another time...they have helped me out quite a few times
First, connect the laptop with an ethernet cable to see if the standard windows ethernet driver will get you online. If it does, go to windows update and let it scan your system. Choose custom install and view the optional updates, here you will find the hardware drivers for the devices windows found on your system, check all that apply and install them.
When starting the computer, you need to enter the boot menu or set the machine to boot from the CD drive before the hard drive in the bios or utilities set up. Once you've done this, be sure the disc is in the drive upon start up. Then follow the directions.Keep in mind that the XP disc may not have all of the drivers or your machine, so you will have to go to Everex's support site and download them. You can see which drivers you may need in the device manager. Also, when updating XP, only install service pack 2, do not install three, it has issues and is really not needed.