Power off your device. My friend warned me, that XP is over 10 years old, and I would have difficulty getting it to run Your friend is clueless. The intel drivers won’t work with a Realtek Nic. I installed the latest drivers, and it still won’t work. Do you guys need any information?

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It runs just fine.

Follow the directions on the installation program screen. First install this Intel chipset driver. I Tried to uninstall the drivers and reinstall them. Now after a reboot once it’s done installing, check Device Manager and post back.


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Maybe there was a disruption between data being written from my portable CD-Rom drive and the netbook. Don’t install SP3 yet. Hi, Thank you for your reply. Here is the link to the RAR file: Mon Nov 15, 5: Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated http: I’m noticing that the Windows Activation icon is still in the system tray.


If not, definitely try Windows 7, but this may be a hardware fault of some sort. Jul 20, Posts: When you install Windows, select the default options for just about everything.

That way you won’t have to install 7-Zip or WinRAR before finding windws if your network drivers are working.

Maybe they gave me the wrong drivers? Let’s just get some drivers conteoller it. This is the website where I downloaded the new files at: Thanks for the advice. Windows XP is not setting up a lan network for me so I can connect to the internet using my DSL router that I have connected using a cable. Not too sure if this was the right area to post this question.

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Vendor American Megatrends Inc. Any one have any suggestions? My friend warned me, that XP is over 10 years old, and I would have difficulty getting it to run.


Any yellow question marks or exclamations in Device Manager? So you guys are suggesting that I may have installed the incorrect Intel chipset drivers for my motherboard?

Finally, your audio drivers are here: Congroller Nov 15, 2: Aug 9, Posts: So at the command prompt I tried to ping it by: But, yeah, you probably have the wrong drivers.

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I’d hate to see you waste money on a Windows 7 license that won’t work with your hardware. Do you guys need any information? Jun 14, Posts: Is there a software that would could run on my software to tell me what NIC I have?