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I have here, a software that updates all necessary driver for pc or laptop. Just download the software below http://www.mediafire.com/?ohcq1uuf01su00k
* next,install the software and run the program after installation. * if ask for Key registration, just enter this code : JCCQ-MAKC-KACK-6TSE-BN35 * Tick "Scan" to begin (it will detect all drivers that needs to be update * click start to begin downloading (you can choose which driver you want to download) * click "Install" and it will automatically install on your pc.
This are the supported drivers :
* Sound card drivers
* Printer drivers
* Video card drivers
* Motherboard drivers
* Webcam drivers
* Wireless drivers
* Bluetooth drivers
* FireWire drivers
* Ethernet drivers
* Windows XP drivers
* Windows Vista drivers
* USB drivers
* Chipset drivers
* AC97 drivers
* DVD drivers
* Router drivers
Once we re-format the computer, we need to load the drivers for video, audio and other attached peripherals that support different functions in computer. Provided the link that must be compatible and work for you. http://www.tipsdr.com/windows-xp-drivers.html & http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp-2k_archive.html
If your trying to install it over the current installation then select Format at the installation screen of XP setup. In order to do that you would have to boot from the disc, that way you don't have to load windows. Also when you have completed and installed XP, try to locate some software to detect what drivers you need. I use driver detective and it worked fine for me, or alternately send me a message and ill run you through how to check the motherboard for the version manually.
I had this problem on a computer recently. This particular motherboard may be needing the driver on the Windows XP SP2 disk. Your motherboard may have been made to use Microsoft SATA drivers. Othewise, there would have been a driver disk that came with the motherboard to let it see that SATA hard drive. If it's a new hard drive, you have to reinstall the O/S so use a disk new enough to have SP2 included.
I think you installed windows xp sp3, try re installing with windows xp sp2 because microsoft removed support for high definition audio in sp3 version of xp, if you dont want to re-install or you want to use sp3, download the high definition audio update (kb835221.exe).
You didnt say what operating system you are using. If you are using XP you may need to update xp then reinstall. DirectX 9 has to be installed before most of the newer sound drivers will even try to install. If your copy is XP or XP sp1 you probably just need to udate dx9