Ok I had problems with the install, but got it to work by installing from a hard drive instead of dvd only after doing this did it quit asking for the cd driver
when it needed the chipset driver. Now my problem is with an ip conflict on my home network. Windows 7 will connect to the internet but when it does it kocks another computer off. The computers are connected to a router and then to the dsl modem. I can't set up the network as I did before because Windows 7 now has IPv4 and IPv6, IPv6 is a new protocal for me and I'm having trouble setting everything up with the new controls. I tried turning off DHCP and setting the IPs manually but I end up loosing connectivity either way.