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Multimedia audio and video controller drivers

Please help! I can't find multimedia and video controller drivers for win xp

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The display is very soft and dull in my labtop (toshiba-satellite A135-S2386) . I changed Vista and keep XP operating system, I am not able to install video controller,ethernet controller, etc I need the driver for the same

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Go to www.driveragent.com for a scan.

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You said "I reinstalled windows xp professional, and the multimedia sound driver will not work".

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