Hi, I wanna ask about VGA driver installation. I cannot install it from the CD. Always said that 'one or more files required for installationare either missing or corrupt'. How to solve this problem? Thanks.
I am facing the problem in bios and in os installation, when the os is compleate the installation will shoutdown autometecaly it wornt be the restart, when system is on it show the press the f1 key to contune
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I would recommend NOT using the CD. Uninstall any current version of vSpace. Reboot. Makesure you have no missing or conflicting device drivers inside of devicemanager. Then run the NComputing cleanup utility located here:www.nc-eng.com/tools/ncuninstall.exe. Download current version for XP(v4.03.104.1) from here: www.ncomputing.com/download/x300. Unpack the.ZIP file and install. Reboot and register.Do NOT, I repeat, do NOTinstall from the provided CD and upgrade. Simply install straightfrom the download file I provided in the link. Lastly make SURE you REGISTER the CARD and the XD1 boxes.
Hi, just install the CD installer of the motherboard and then look for the existing vga and sound drivers. Double-click on the icon for the downloaded file, then follow the instructions after downloaded the driver, restart the computer, that's all. Feel free to ask whatever the result.
For driver installation you should have driver CD or setup file of driver.
If you have CD then do the following steps :
Put CD in cd drive and open the CD, in CD you will find a file which name is setup, just double click on setup file. Whenever comes a prompt and ask for "next" then click on "next", at last you will find finish, just click on this button. Driver will install.
Whenever you connect a new peripheral to your pc it detects it and tells you that it has detected a new hardware and tries to install necessary driver files for it. If your OS is not having necessary files it asks you to insert the drivr CD. In order to let the OS know what is configuration of the H/W .ini file is required which remains in the driver installation CD. You have to show the path to the OS where the .ini file is located. If the PC does not detects the camera on Plug n play then you can go to control panel camera and scanners and add a new one over there once asked for driver you have to give it a path to the installation CD. Now a days vendors do not give away open drivers they put it in autoexe cab under this situation you should not connect the camera to the PC untill you run the exe or setup file in the installation CD after running it you can connect the camera and windows will detect it. Hope this solves your prob. If any further assistance required kindly ask.
Thats easy when your looking at the front of the case unscrew the left hand panel.(2 screws on the back) Now look at the agp slot its the one closest to the power supply. Punch out or unscrew back back blocking plate where the card pokes out. (Great cut warning on that if its the punchout type never use your hands! Always use a tool! They cut real bad!)
Now earth youself on the case by touching it before touching the card. Slip the card into the slot and screw it into the back plane on the top. Once the card is installed fit the side cover back on. Now plug the VGA D shaped connector (15 pin) into the back of the new video card. Now your ready to start up the machine. While the computer is booting with the new card insert the driver cd that has come with the card. When windows boots just follow the prompts and it will install the drivers. Its as simple as that. When you install a new card you don't need to remove the old one because its a part of the motherboard. The motherboard realises that you have a new card in and it uses that instead.
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