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initializing a laptop with XP windows

I receive a lenove notebook 3000 N-100
I had a windows XP pro at home. I formated the computer and install the XP program. I need the drivers for this computer and how I install them. How I get to the internet. I have at home an Asus router to connect to the internet.

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I just did this on

Another lenovo. I went to and luckily they had the drivers. It took hours to figure out which ones but I read your post and you seem to have not collected the drivers from

Why not do that?

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Windows XP: initializing a laptop with XP windows

Thanks for your reply
but it seems I did not find the correct drivers.
so if you can help me i shall be very gratefull

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Try and find the driver page for your machine. See if they have the drivers for XP. This is what you do as you are venturing into what they call self support. Supply a link to the driver page and I'll take a look and see if it's one I would use.

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