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I keep getting Microsoft Wizard notifications about finding new hardware and needing to seek compatible drivers--e.g. AGA video, etc.

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It means that there is hardware that windows is recognizing which you have no drivers for....go to my computer/right click then properties/then hardware/then device manager/ everything should have a + sign...if not you will see a yellow sign which will tell you what hardware drivers you need

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The Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) contains products that have passed testing with Windows 2000.
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If that doesn't work, i tried this program once at a frined of mine with the same problem as you have now and it worked perfectly.
Link below:
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Code 41
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