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Trouble Downloading Drivers after Windows XP Re format

by javed_naser / May 12, 2009 7:05 AM PDT

i had to reformat my old faithful Dell Optiplex GX1, Pentium III, after having done that i have lost audio on the computer. I ran a couple of reputable Driver scans including versiontracker pro trial. Three drivers need to be updated however i am unable to download from versiontracker.com. I will appreciate any help in this regard. Thank you

Kind regards,
Naser. Javed

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Why not go to the source?
by lacsr / May 12, 2009 9:12 AM PDT
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Try This...
by djosue27 / May 12, 2009 11:03 AM PDT

Why don?t you figure out the name of your hardware devices needing drivers, then after that you put its name on google, download it. After that you go to control panel, then force the computer to detect the hardware, when it asks you to connect to windows update, you put no and next, after that, it will ask you for a CD, you put one option that says something like "I will select my driver's location" (or something like that), then you click on next. After that the wizard will ask you for the file or driver location, so you select the folder in where you have downloaded an unzipped the drivers, then click on next, and Windows will search the driver in the folder and install the driver by itself. After that you should have no problems with the drivers.

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