I deleted my sound and graphic drivers and I'd like to recover them. My sound divice is 82801FB(ICH6) AC'97 Controller and my video divice is ATI Technologies Inc Mobility Randeon X700. Please, send me the drivers!
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exactly the same thing has happened to me before, but I was able to solve the problem using Avira Anti-virus.
Here is what you have to do to get your flash drive working again;
Avira Anti virus on on your computer. If you don't have Avira
anti-virus software, go to www.avira.com, on the Avira home page, you
will see Free download. Click on the free download. Allow the software
download on your computer. Go to the location where the software was
download and click on the software to have it installed on your
After the Avira nti-virus has been successfully or
completely installed on your computer, insert the flash drive into
the USB port of your computer.
The moment the flash drive
is inserted, the Anti virus will pop out with a dialogue box alerting
you about virus detected on the flash drive.
'Delete...", and the box might pop out over and over. Just keep
selecting delete until the whole virus is deleted from the flash drive and your flash drive will be okay.
You can format the flash drive thereafter or right click on the flash drive
from 'My computer' and scan the drive with Avira anti virus.
should fix the problem you are facing presently. But if it does not
solve the problem, please let me know so that I can give the next step
exactly the same thing has happened to be before, but I was able to solve the problem using Avira Anti-virus.
Here is what you have to do to get your flash drive working again;
Install Avira Anti virus on on your computer. If you don't have Avira anti-virus software, go to www.avira.com, on the Avira home page, you will see Free download. Click on the free download. Allow the software download on your computer. Go to the location where the software was download and click on the software to have it installed on your computer.
After the Avira nti-virus has been successfully or completely installed on your computer, insert the data-traveler 8GB into the USB port of your computer.
The moment the data-traveler 8GB is inserted, the Anti virus will pop out with a dialogue box alerting you about virus detected on the data-traveler 8GB.
Select 'Delete...", and the box might pop out over and over. Just keep selecting delete until the whole virus is deleted from the data-traveler 8GB and your flash will be okay.
You can format the data-traveler 8GB thereafter or right click on the data-traveler 8GB from 'My computer' and scan the drive with Avira anti virus.
This should fix the problem you are facing presently. But if it does not solve the problem, please let me know so that I can give the next step to taking.
Hi there I dont know if this will work for you but looking on the web I came accross someone who had a similar problem they fixed it as follows. They installed Tweak UI and then She was able to get the drive recognized using "Tweak UI", clicking on My Computer, Drives,and check marking Drive F. It did the trick. Hope this helps software link for you
Sometimes it happens in windows XP that you are not able to open drives
on your hard disk. When you double click on the drives icons or right
click on the drive>>explore in My computer ,the drive does not
This problem is generally caused by most of the viruses which
infect windows XP system. They block or restrict your access to any of
But donâ€™t worry this is not a big trouble it can be fixed easily.
Normally when a virus infects a windows system which causes a drive
opening problem, it automatically creates a file named autorun.inf in
the root directory of each drive.
This autorun.inf file is a read only ,hidden and a system file and
the folder option is also disabled by the virus. This is deliberately
done by the virus in order to protect itself. autorun.inf initiates all
the activities that the virus performs when you try to open any drive.
Very simple . virus create some bad registry if you want to solve this problem then delet this registry
Download and run the fix it program from here: Click here Then restart the computer and check for the drive again If it's still not there download and run it once more and restart again It should be there after the second time if it wasn't the first time
Sounds like you took out some drivers or other sound devices. Id recommend doing a sysytem restore from right before you started deleting "stuff". click on the start button, go to accesories, system tools, and down to system restore, click on it. A wizard should ask you to restore from a earlier time, pick the date before you deleted files and that should do it. Next time Id recommend backing up important system files before you start deleting programs and files :)
Bad news...it sounds like your hard drive is either dying or corrupted.
Here is what I would do first...Google "seatools" this is a set of software tools that you can use to test your hard drive. It's made by Seagate, but I've succesfully used it on other manufacturer's drives. Does you computer have a floppy drive? If not then you'll need to download the version of seatools that can be burned onto a CD. You'll also need software that will allow you to burn a "bootable" CD. If you don't have this capability and you don't have a floppy drive, then you're going to need to find someone who can burn the bootable CD for you.
Assuming you can get seatools put the CD (or floppy) in the computer and let follow the steps to let it test your hard drive. It's pretty straight forward.
If you're very lucky it may be able to fix your problems. If not you may need to reformat your hard drive or possibly you'll need a new hard drive.
If you have lots of important files on your computer that are not backed up then do not reformat the drive. Go buy a new one and install Windows on the new drive but also install the old drive. Many times the drive has problems that will prevent you from booting, but you can use it a bit longer as a second drive in the computer so you can recover your files.
What?s going on:
Your hard drive is suffering from read errors. It?s going to a spot on the hard drive to read some information it needs and can?t read it. Once that happens the built-in procedure is for the hard drive controller to put the read heads back into the home position (the clicking noise you hear) and go back out to the section it couldn?t read before. It will continue to do this a set number of times and then usually give you a read error or a blue screen of death.
What to do:
-You can try reformatting your hard drive in the attempt to get the operating system to block out the sectors it can?t read. Sounds nice in theory, however, if you have bad sectors developing others will probably follow which means you?ll have the same problem again. If money is a serious issue you can try this but chances are this will only be a temporary fix.
-Replace the hard drive and reinstall your operating system. At $80 this is likely to be your best option if stability is your primary concern.
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