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Windows 7: Driver problems. Please help

08 Feb 2010   #1

Windows 7
Driver problems. Please help


I have a Abit f-190hd board and have recently upgraded to windows 7

Iv'e managed to install the drivers for:

ATI Radeon Xpress1250 VGA driver
Realtek Gigabit Lan Driver
Realtek High Definition Audio Driver

But I'm having problems with the following:

ATI SB600 driver
Microsoft Framework

Ive' tried the Abit website but windows 7 is not yet supported there

I'm a bit of a novice so any help would be appreciated

Thanks in advance.. . . ..

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08 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64


First, do you need the drivers, or do the ones that came with Windows 7 work fine?

Second, you can usually use Vista drivers for Windows 7. If you need a driver that is not included in Windows 7, try using the Vista ones.

Third, acknowledge the possibility that there are no compatible drivers for your hardware. While unlikely, if your machine is too old (maybe before Vista), you may have trouble.

Hope this helps,
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