I want to install garphics controller in my computer
I HAVE PIII COMPUTER I WANT TO INSTALL GARPHIS IN IT BUT I AM UNABLE TO INSTALL IT BECAUSE I HAVE`NT THE CD OF MY MY MOTHER BOARD. I HAVE SEARCHED INTHE MARKET BUT I COULD FIND.
I HAVE DELL COMPUTER PIII
MOTHER BOARD NAME IS ( INTEL(R) D82815 GARPHICS CONTROLLER)
I NEED THIS GRAPHICS CONTROLLER. NOW U CAN TELL ME SOLUTION.
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Re: i want to install garphics controller in my computer
Go to this link to download drivers, although you will have to input the operating system as you don't mention which you are using.
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The computer BIOS is in english.
The operating system you have installed might not be a english one.
You need to reformat your computer using a english
version of Windows Xp and install this to your laptop.
Now you have your computer in english!!!
This will work!
This is my solution! Please vote!!!
Here at my shop I have run into this exact same problem on several P3 Compaq's and a few Toshiba's. I found that some of these machines, not all, but some, will not accept the 5400RPM drive, but will take the 4200RPM drive just fine. It's just weird because some that do are the exact same model, and I'm not real sure why it won't accept them. I've looked into it and the best that I can surmise is that 5400 is too fast for the reading system in the bios, or it's a power issue. Go with a 4200RPM drive and you shouldn't have any problem. You won't be able to tell any difference in the machine's performance between the two RPM speeds.