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DRIVERS PROBLEM WITH MY COMPUTER

by tof54 / September 16, 2009 7:46 PM PDT

Hello,
I'm French et I'm going to try to speak a good English!
My problem is that I formated the computer's girlfriend, I installed the drivers but I don't find the driver of my video board, even on the website ACER, the driver is not good! The PC is an ACER Aspire 3054!! Impossible to find on the fench forum!!
Thanks for your posts!!

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Re: drivers
by Kees Bakker / September 16, 2009 8:01 PM PDT

I don't think you formatted your computer's girlfriend, but your girlfriends computer!

And, technically speaking you don't format a computer, you format a partition on a disk. So let's assume you reinstalled the OS doing a format. Which OS? Possible candidates are Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or any Linux flavor.

If you install the original OS (the OS that came with the computer) - another thing you forgot to tell) - you best use the original driver. That could be on something like a 'driver and utility' disk or an integral part of the system recovery. But you also didn't tell what source you used to do the reinstall.

So with the information given, all I can say is: keep searching!

Kees

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Re: drivers
by tof54 / September 16, 2009 10:40 PM PDT
In reply to: Re: drivers

Sorry Kees!!
My OS is not an original, and I know that it's not good but I've not the original CD and I don't want to pay the license!! I search it but every drivers that I tried don't work!! I installed XP Pro Utimate Edition! I've every drivers for the audio, modem, etc.. but not the video!!
On the website ACER, there is a video driver for the series 3050 but it doesn't work!!
For the video board reference, I'll give her this night or tomorrow!

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by Kees Bakker / September 16, 2009 10:44 PM PDT
In reply to: Re: drivers

"I don't want to pay the license!!".

XP Pro Ultimate is a hacked version. And that's the reason, even if your problem would be the same with any version of XP.

Kees

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