I can give you the driver if you give me the exact model of your vidcard... right click the desktop background then click properties, then click settings then look below the picture monitor and look for the Display...
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Hello There is a driver disc with this lan card. If you haven't got it when you buy it, it will be very difficult to install it from the net. Anyway, try to download it from the following links. Wich a CD, it will take about 30 to 40 minutes to install the sofftware fully. The disc will install both LAN card driver and Nvedia driver together. www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_udp_winxp64_6.25.html - United States www.pcpitstop.com/drivers/manufacturer/nvidia.html http://www.dataentryjobs.us/67948.html www.liutilities.com/device-driver/nvidia-nforce-10-100-mbps-ethernet/
Originally Posted by Realtek.com Q9: Why don't I find RTL8201x driver on the website? A9: RTL8201, RTL8201BL, RTL8201CL, RTL8201CP, RTL8201N and RTL8211B(L) are all PHYceiver. That is a driverless hardware device. Software driver are relative to Network controller ( MAC ) which is integrated into chipset in such case mostly. Please contact *********** board maker or chipset manufacturer to obtain proper driver support.
Your motherboard uses the NVIDIA ® GeForce 6100 nForce 410 (MCP61P) Chipset - its set of drivers can be obtained from the official site http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_nf4_430_410_winxp32_8.26.html
http://majorgeeks.com/DriverMax_d5260.htmlWin7/Vista/XP . DriverMax is a new tool that allows you to download the latest driver updates for your computer. No more searching for rare drivers on discs or on the web or inserting one installation CD after the other. Just create a free account, log in, and start downloading the updates that you need. You can also export all your current drivers (or just the ones that work ok) to a folder or a compressed file. After reinstalling Windows you will have everything in one place! Most of the situations when Windows is running slower are caused by faulty driver installations. Windows stores all versions of older drivers just in case you want to go back; sometimes it messes up older versions with more recent ones. The Export Wizard will only export the drivers you select by copying the needed files to a folder or a compressed ZIP file. After reinstalling Windows all drivers will be back in place in less than 5 minutes - sparing you of searching, inserting disc after disk and losing precious time. The Import Drivers wizard allows you to install all the drivers that you exported earlier. The entire operation might take up to 5-10 minutes. Just one single computer restart will be required after all drivers are reinstalled! DriverMax is able to display a complete report of all drivers (versions, release dates) installed on your system. This feature can also be very useful when you want to analyze the differences between the drivers installed on different machines. Hope this helps
If AHCI is not enabled by the motherboard and chipset, SATA controllers
typically operate in "IDE emulation" mode which does not allow features
of devices to be accessed if the ATA/IDE standard does not support
them. Windows device drivers that are labeled as SATA are usually
running in IDE emulation mode unless they explicitly state that they
are AHCI. While the drivers included with Windows XP do not support AHCI, AHCI has been implemented by proprietary device drivers.Windows Vista and Linux with kernel version 2.6.19 onward have native support for AHCI.
I beleive that you had downgraded and installed a retail version of XP by erasing the preinstalled version of Vista in your Notebook.
However, all the drivers required for your Notebook may not be available with HP if your Notebook is preinstalled with Windows Vista.
I recommend you to try downloading and installing the drivers for HP Quick Launch Buttons from the link below for the first Unknown device in the Device Manager :
Save the file on to the Desktop or My Documents folder and double click once the download is completed to install the drivers.
For the Ethernet Controller, I recommend you to download the LAN Card Drivers from the link below :
Coming to IEEE 1394 controller, you need to download and install the Chipset Drivers which are available through the link below :
Make sure that you download and save the files in the Notebook and double click them once the download is completed and restart the Notebook after installing each of the drivers provided above.
Hope this helps...
do you have your LAN adapter turned on in your BIOS - if you do not then that is your problem. also are you using XP or Vista. You can't load the vista driver for XP. Let me know these things and i can help you.