|15 Feb 2010||#1|
Virgin Media broadband drivers in Windows 7
I bought an Advent Roma 2001 laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium on Saturday but when I tried to install the drivers for my Virgin Media broadband connection using the CD, I got a message saying that the OS was not recognised and I needed to upgrade to ME or XP. I phoned the Virgin Media helpline but they seemed to suggest the computer was at fault, has anyone else had this problem and is there a solution?
Also the Advent came with no manual so I don't know how to access the built-in webcam, I never used digital visual media before so I don't know the programs which one would use, can anyone help please.
Thankyou for taking the time to read this, your help would be much appreciated.
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|16 Feb 2010||#4|
Many thanks for your help, but I reckon I'll go back to the shop and see what they can do. I am also consodering using this computer as a DVD player because the screen is a dream and makes my opera and ballet DVDs look divine, so the thought of exposing it to the slings and arrows of the Internet is maybe best avoided.
Thanks again for your time.
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