After reinstall of XP cant I get a network driver anywhere
Vell I cant find my original install CD, and I cant find anyplace to download new drivers to my beloved board.
Are there any help to get some drivers to the network in the card... not much fun with surfin without networkcard
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Re: after reinstall of XP cant I get a network driver...
The only other things I can recommend is an online system driver scan that will detect the ID's on the unknown network controller and tell you which driver to download. The only problem with this is that you would need to install another NIC to do this unless you arleady have one.
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control panel admistrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll down universal serial bus controllers or network adapters you should see a yellow question mark? right click to reinstall drivers hope this helps
Excellent motherboard. I've owned two of them, best socket A motherboard ever. Nvidia nforce chipset, soundstorm audio. You can definitely burn the drivers to a disk or pen drive for installation after you've reinstalled windows. Windows xp may even have drivers that will work for the network card. So you may just be able to go to asus's website with that system and install directly to the system. You will know if the network card is working when xp asks to activate, try to activate and it will tell you if you have a network connection or not. I would burn all the drivers and software to a disk though just in case. Downloading the drivers and saving them on a CD is easy. Just download and save the drivers/software to your "my documents folder" when downloading from asus. Then open my computer double click on the cdrw drive or dvdrw drive whichever one you have and drag the files from your documents to the cdrw//dvdrw window. Once you've done this you will see at the top of the window "files ready to be written to cd". At the top in the left column in window you will see "write files to cd". Insert a blank cd-r or cd-rw and click write files to cd. That's it once its finished you can use the cd to install the software. If you have any trouble or questions reply to this and I will be glad to help you. I miss my A7N8X-E I sold mine to my friend 5 years ago and its still running strong and I used it for 2 years before him.
please follow this link of HP and you can have origional driver to download and install.
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XP doesn't have the drivers for SATA - so it can't see them during the installation, and has nowhere to install to. You will need to make up a driver disk/CD/USB and use the "F6" installation option during the XP install to load new drivers.
Well, This is the last piece of solution I can give you, in case you already knew it, please ignore.
Your motherboard has a 6-channel non-HD audio, consequently you might have probably downloaded drivers meant for 2 or 4 channel or HD ones.
The appropriate driver for your motherboard is Realtek ALC650 you can download it here: http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/NETWORK-CARD/REALTEK/ALC650-v349-02092003-Win-98-ME-2k-XP.shtml Since it is just 6MB , I suggest you give it a try as a last option. Hope it help !
Focus on getting your network card driver. Once you get that, you can download the others on your desktop. I can't tell you where to find it because I would need the make and model of your pc.
If it's Dell for example, go to the Dell.com website and go to support. Enter you make/model and find driver downloads. Then download the appropriate driver for you NIC.