XP doesn't do this for us. You'll want what I call "An Install Plan."
Typically you install in this order.
1. XP (the OS)
2. Motherboard driver package.
3. MSUAA (if your system required that.)
4. Audio driver.
5. Video driver.
6. LAN, WIFI, etc. drivers.
7. Helper apps. For example Dells use that QUICKSET.
Ok, so i'm totaly lost.... heres the situation at this point
My aunt has a jerry built pc. it was running slowly so we formatted it and reinstalled xp. Upon trying to connect to the net we have had some issues.
-Device Manager does not list a network adapter, but does list an Ethernet adapter (not sure if this is even relevant)
-I have called tech support from the ISP and they have advised that i need a new network card driver.
- System Information shows two items in the list of network Adapters which say they are installed but show now location for a driver - they are: "Microsoft TV/Video Connection AND RAS Async Adapter
should i be looking for a driver for these items? could this be my problem???