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Your keyboard uses a driver(small pieces of sftware). Windows might have corrupted the driver with no intentions. You can get into safe mode by pressing F8 on some models and you can either restore just before the update or uninstall the knowledge base update that caused it.
IF u not having ur drivers for win xp service pack 2 u have no option beside taking help of internet u have two options 1. go to google web site and write the following statement " driver for your system model name with no. like compaq Presario for xp2 " u will get drivers 2. u go on www.freedrivers.com and follow the same as in step1. u jst include statement driver for audio or sound or display or bluetooth etc.
Its true. the Bios or HDD driver wont allow you to install Win XP on it.. This BIOS is compatible with only Win Vista. The only easy way to do it is by creating 2 partitions while installing vista. once vista is installed- install XP with Dual boot and than format the vista partition.
have an compaq presario cq40-301tu laptop want to load xp already vista is loaded in that while installing xp i get an blue dump error & no setting in bios found to make sata compatible please give me the solution how i can install win xp2-
For a Compaq Presario C740TU Notebook PC running Windows XP, audio drivers would be for Conexant High-Definition Audio. Importantly, SoftPaq Number SP31994, "Microsoft Universal Audio Architecture (UAA)
Bus Driver for High Definition Audio," (or later) must be installed on
the notebook before installing SP32823.
You MUST use the installation bootup disk to install windows it is the only way........... NOT THE RECOVERY DISK this is a MUST. Allow it to go through the motion of installing Windows until it cannot go any further. Then press the "R" key for the console. When in the DOS screen TYPE ... chkdsk /p Windows will repair itself and then you will recover all your data it should be back to normal.